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6MP
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0.001 ~ 0.1
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MOBOTIX Cameras Utilized In Conview Care Solution For Savelberg Nursing Home, Holland
MOBOTIX Cameras Utilized In Conview Care Solution For Savelberg Nursing Home, Holland

The Savelberg nursing home has implemented smart domotics to provide elderly people affected by dementia with a wider range of movement. Depending on individual abilities, residents can move freely within three living zones. Savelberg has chosen the Conview Care solution from Leertouwer, which uses MOBOTIX cameras. Integrating Residential And Care Services Savelberg in Gouda is part of Zorgpartners Midden-Holland. Zorgpartners is a full-service organization offering diverse residential and care options for elderly people in the Central Holland region. A lot of attention is paid to integrating independent living and care provision. Conview Care is a complete care solution for organizations that wish to improve their processes with the help of technology One of the fifteen centers, Savelberg is managed by Irene Feenstra, who said: “We have been investing for years in care for elderly people affected by dementia in order to increase their quality of life. In late 2014, prior to commencing the planned renovation of two sections that house elderly people affected by dementia, we started looking for a new call-for-assistance system. "Zorgpartners Midden-Holland have been using the IQ Messenger communication platform for some time, which is one of the reasons why, after comparing several solutions, we decided on Conview Care from Leertouwer.” Conview Care is a complete care solution for organizations that wish to improve their processes with the help of technology. It stands out in the market due to its open integrability, vendor-neutral technology, and ease of management. Video And Audio Care Solution As soon as a resident ventures outside their allowed living zone, the care givers are notified through a message on their smartphone" "Here at Savelberg, the care solution includes video surveillance, sound and motion detection, and electronic wristbands", says Jasper Coppes, Care & Technology specialist at Leertouwer. "This combination automatically informs the staff if one of the residents exits the approved living zone. "High resolution Q25 MOBOTIX cameras function as smart video and audio sensors. In addition, an infrared ring developed by Gold-IP is provided thus allowing for night-time surveillance. This naturally happens with the consent of the customers or their direct family, and without saving any images." "Each residence is equipped with a smart sensor with camera which automatically sends a message once a resident gets out of bed," says Feenstra. "If the person returns to bed after going to the toilet, there is no problem and nobody needs to go and check on them. If said resident needs help, the care giver in charge notices immediately enabling them to react adequately." 24/7 Wander Detection Using the Conview Care solution, Leertouwer has created three living zones for Savelberg, allowing for 24/7 wander detection. The innermost zone consists of the floor where elderly people affected by dementia live. Within this zone, they can move with a greater feeling of freedom, as the previous boundary using air-lock doors has been removed from near the elevator. The second living zone consists of the entire building with nine floors and all shared areas, while the third zone has an additional open terrace and garden. "Since we removed all physical boundaries our dementia patients have visibly thrived," says Feenstra. "As soon as a resident ventures outside their allowed living zone, the care givers in charge are notified through a message on their smartphone. If a resident leaves the outermost zone and thus our premises, we can immediately bring him or her back.” We plan to work with Leertouwer to equip all flats with Conview Care and smart MOBOTIX cameras over the coming years." New Domotics Give More Freedom Although Feenstra prepared a business case for the new solution in late 2014, the greater freedom for all residents and the staff are more important than financial savings. "Our employees no longer need to do unnecessary night-time rounds which may disturb the sleep of residents, but can nevertheless immediately intervene if there really is a problem. Moreover, they feel that the new domotics ensures a lighter and happier atmosphere in the ward, which helps them enjoy their work more. "Approximately 40 flats over two floors have currently been equipped with a MOBOTIX Q25 camera connected to Conview Care. Until now, they have been working flawlessly. Implementing them was easier than expected and our care givers are also remarkably enthusiastic about and happy with them. They perceive it as a new way of working which increases the well-being of our residents. "Given these positive experiences, we plan to work with Leertouwer to equip all flats with Conview Care and smart MOBOTIX cameras over the coming years."

MOBOTIX IP Video Surveillance Solution Protects Glencairn Museum’s Unique Collections In Philadelphia
MOBOTIX IP Video Surveillance Solution Protects Glencairn Museum’s Unique Collections In Philadelphia

The museum installed 49 MOBOTIX cameras including the Q25 Hemispheric IP dome, S15D FlexMount and MonoDome D25 Located about 20 miles northeast of Philadelphia, Glencairn Museum is home to an impressive collection of religious artifacts from around the world. The museum is part of the Bryn Athyn Historic District, a National Historic Landmark that also includes the Bryn Athyn Cathedral and Cairnwood Estate. Erected between 1928 and 1939, the Glencairn Museum features a Romanesque-style architecture and consists of 90 rooms on 11 floors. Opened in the early 1980s, the museum boasts a collection of 8,000 artifacts, depicting religions from the time of ancient Egypt to Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and various other faiths. Some of the museum’s most notable pieces include 11th capitalize stained glass from the Abbey of St. Denis and a life-sized statue of the goddess Minerva. Aesthetics: A Primary Concern Having never had a surveillance system in the past, the administration at Glencairn knew it was time to update the museum with a state-of-the-art video solution to provide security. However, it was important that the solution also blends seamlessly into the building’s surroundings. According to Drew Nehlig, Project Manager of Historic Buildings for the Academy of the New Church, which manages the site, the organization reviewed three or four camera vendors over the last several years but none met the stringent needs of the museum. That is, until they were introduced to MOBOTIX. "We are a museum in a museum," Nehlig explains. "The building is unique with lots of great aesthetics in it, and it was going to be a real trick to install cameras, conceal the devices and run wires. MOBOTIX offered technologies that streamlined the installation process, limited infrastructure requirements and fit in with our existing environment." The administration at Glencairn saw a demonstration of the capabilities of the MOBOTIX cameras, and Nehlig says the high-resolution video surveillance solution "blew everybody else out of the water." Of course, more work was yet to be done in terms of raising funds and building a robust IT network to support the new MOBOTIX system. The new MOBOTIX-based video system is completely PoE, and museum ran fiber optic cabling throughout the building "As a museum, security is always a concern," adds Nehlig. "Our administration was pushing for new technologies to enhance the protection of our unique collections. We have a secondary school and a college across the street that we’re a part of and, traditionally, they have installed what you would consider ‘typical’ camera systems. But once they saw the capabilities of the MOBOTIX system, they copied us and installed their own MOBOTIX solution." Building The Backbone To get the surveillance coverage officials wanted, the museum installed 49 new MOBOTIX cameras in the first phase of the project, including the Q25 Hemispheric IP dome, S15D FlexMount and MonoDome D25. The new D25, S15D and Q25 5-megapixel IP camera models deliver high-contrast images without motion blur, even in poorly illuminated environments. As a result, the devices are more light sensitive and have twice as many pixels as Full HD. The D25 is a compact dome camera designed for indoor and outdoor use that can also be equipped with vandalism protection. The S15D FlexMount is a weatherproof IP camera with two miniature sensor modules. Thanks to the hemispheric dual lens, two separate rooms can be secured simultaneously without any blind spots. The hemispheric Q25 delivers 180-degree panoramic images with further improved details. The panoramic image technology uses a single camera to secure an entire room without any blind spots, ensuring a better overview than several individual cameras. All MOBOTIX cameras are based on the decentralized concept. All recording can take place internally on an SD card, or externally on a USB stick or via the IP network on NAS hard drives. The recording of the cameras themselves via the network makes it possible to use up to 10 times more cameras per server, compared to the central VMS based recording of the competitors. No PC or additional software is required. In the future, adding cameraswill be very economical dueto the system’s inherentscalability. We could probablydouble or triple our cameracount Before the cameras could be installed at Glencairn, the museum invested in a new, more robust network infrastructure to replace the existing IT backbone, which was limited in terms of available bandwidth. The new video system is completely Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), and the museum ran fiber optic cabling throughout the building to six individual node locations. There are PoE switches within those nodes, which are all connected via fiber to the server. The switches can be expanded as the museum scales the camera network. "In the future, adding cameras will be very economical due to the system’s inherent scalability. If we needed, we could probably double or triple our camera count on the existing IT backbone right now," explains Nehlig. Nehlig says their integrator on the project, Feasterville, Pennsylvania-based Starlight Digital Media, was vital to the success of the installation and responsible for designing the network. Although a separate electrical contractor ran the cabling, Nehlig credits Starlight with being able to set up the switches, servers and cameras to maximize system efficiency and surveillance coverage. High-Resolution And Flexibility Now that new MOBOTIX system was up and running, Nehlig says he is very happy with the image clarity and functionality of the system. The museum also benefits from remote viewing and management options, allowing operators to change camera settings remotely. With the installation of a new fiber optic network and nearly 50 MOBOTIX cameras completing phase one of this project, Nehlig says he expects they will double the camera count over the next couple of years. In fact, the servers and PoE switches were all purchased with future scalability in mind. Installed in about four and half months, the MOBOTIX surveillance system is already proving its value at Glencairn. "We haven’t had any major break-ins, but we’ve had situations in the museum that you typically run into with guests and vendors in which we’ve pulled the video footage and said, ‘Well, that’s not exactly what happened.’ If somebody upstairs calls me and says, ‘Can you go back and look at this?’ Within a couple of minutes I have an answer for them," concludes Nehlig.

Security Ready For Take Off: MOBOTIX Helps Protect 11 Million Passengers At Major Italian Airport
Security Ready For Take Off: MOBOTIX Helps Protect 11 Million Passengers At Major Italian Airport

Security at airports has become indispensable, and entails continuously increasing requirements. The only way to keep satisfy the most demanding standards day after day, is to constantly further develop the technology in use. Video surveillance is a crucial contribution to airport security; this technology has a great deal of potential, as long as the current configuration is not taken as the final goal in terms of development. Il Caravaggio Airport Expansion Phase “Since the technological developments and the need to increase the level of security were clearly evident, we could no longer put off considering a flexible video surveillance system, one that would be ready to meet the security and analysis requirements and guarantee a high level of performance,” says Ettore Pizzaballa, Manager of Information Systems at SACBO S.p.A. The important expansion phase at the Il Caravaggio International Airport terminal, which involved building a long gallery of shops and expanding the passenger boarding area, made the situation even more complex and challenging. This added another piece to the puzzle, alongside the usual airport security scenarios. The video analysis software allows us to better understand how the flow of passengers moves inside the terminal" Improving Surveillance Image Quality Il Caravaggio International Airport is the third-largest airport in Italy in terms of traffic, with a volume of over 11 million passengers. Security is crucial when it comes to an airport infrastructure of this size, and a great deal of attention is required to maintain the necessary level of surveillance. Introducing MOBOTIX technology (offered by the systems integrator Tecnosystem) enhanced the quality and resolution of the surveillance images. In turn, this further improved the activities carried out together with the constantly present police forces operating at the Il Caravaggio International Airport terminal, thereby providing suitable support for investigations. “Inside the airport, not all the halls are homogeneous in terms of height and lighting; thanks to MOBOTIX, we were able to achieve excellent image quality under all conditions.” Analyzing Aircraft And Vehicle Movements Video surveillance has also turned out to be a valuable additional tool for improving operating procedures related to safety: “We can analyze aircraft and vehicle movements in the maneuvering areas to help train operating personnel. Even the luggage is constantly under surveillance: If a piece of luggage stops or is stuck where employees can’t see it, the system immediately sends a notification to employees”.Several different models were used in keeping with needs, including the c25, i25, M24/25, 24/25, S15, S15 SurroundMount, M15/16 and T25 The parties involved aim to complete the project within two years. That may appear to be a long period of time, but it is actually rather short considering the complexity and scale of the task at hand. Over 300 MOBOTIX video cameras have been installed, both indoors and outdoors. Several different models were used in keeping with respective needs, including the c25, i25, M24/25, 24/25, S15, S15 SurroundMount, M15/16 and T25. Each one of these cameras is active 24/7. The new VoIP infrastructure and NAS recording allow the different control rooms to share the images. Perfect Synergy Between Hardware And Software When it comes to ensuring state-of-the-art security, though, even the most advanced hardware technology does not suffice to cover all of the related tasks. A less visible component plays an important role in ensuring the efficiency of MOBOTIX solutions. “In addition to the image quality, we were also impressed by the option to receive thoroughly customizable software based on our specific requirements – not to mention the video analysis functionality.” At this point, it is actually easy to spontaneously develop ideas for the future, expanding the field of application of a system that boasts continuously developing potential, and utilizing the video surveillance infrastructure and its video analysis applications in order to obtain immediate and concrete results. The benefits are numerous: “The video analysis software allows us to immediately detect abandoned objects, locate the optimum route for vehicles in the maneuvering area and better understand how the flow of passengers moves inside the terminal (which we need to plan optimal routes), studying which type of traveler goes directly to the gate and which one stops instead to make purchases at the shops. The software also allows us to constantly monitor the lines at security checks and check-in and boarding areas in real time,” summarizes Pizzaballa.