|The system has been running continuously without interruption and provided Mixed Freight services|
A state of the art CCTV system installed by Touchstone Electronics Ltd has completed over two years of recording both standard PAL and Megapixel CCTV video at Mixed Freight Services, a specialist air cargo X-Ray company.
J2K Video's SharpView system was selected by TEL to upgrade an analog system with J2K Video's flagship SharpView Corporate solution that includes multi-Megapixel cameras from Arecont Vision including AV3100DN and AV1300M and 8 analog cameras streamed through JVC's video encoders VN-E4E.
The system has been running continuously without interruption and provided Mixed Freight Services with a solution that not only meets mandatory Department For Transport regulations for air cargo X-Ray services, but also provides essential security video evidence at the site near Heathrow Airport.
Of the system, Adrian Soper, Technical Director of TEL said "we are very impressed with J2K Video's solution as we have never had a call out at our customer during the past 12 months that the system has been in operation." He added, "using SharpView significantly reduced our installation and service costs as the system was very easy to install and the software is very easy to use."
Steve O'Keefe of Mixed Freight Services said that he is delighted with the system as it has just kept running without any hitch since it was installed. It is also likely to exceed new stringent regulations that are due to be enforced by the Department For Transport for CCTV at air cargo companies so it actually reduces their future cost of operation.