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Telenot And Securiton Among Other Market Providers Have Confirmed Participation In Security Essen 2020

Security Essen is continuing to consolidate its position as a platform for the security industry. Numerous companies have confirmed their participation in the leading international trade fair, which will take place at Messe Essen from 22 to 25 September 2020. Particularly pleasing: In addition to many long-standing customers, the registrations also include companies which will take part in Security Essen again for the first time after a break. Amongst others, Telenot and Securiton will present...

Sony Showcases Video Security Technology And VMS From Milestone At Security Essen 2018

Visitors to this year’s Security Essen can experience powerful video security technology from Sony for a wide range of applications. From 25-28 September, latest innovations will be presented on Booth 5E10 in Hall 5 together with our regional distribution partner VIDEOR, as well as on Booth 5F10 in Hall 5 in live applications with video management software from Milestone. Reliable Detection A focal point at Security Essen is the new SNC-HMX70 360 degree hemispheric-view camera that cover...

Aimetis Announces Recipients Of Its 2013 Vision Awards

The annual awards honor the top performing Aimetis distributors and resellers worldwide Aimetis Corp., a global leader in intelligent IP video management software, recently announced recipients of its 2013 Vision Awards. The annual awards honor the top performing Aimetis distributors and resellers worldwide. Award recipients were selected from more than 800 Aimetis partners in more than 100 countries. Recipients were required to meet or exceed a set of criteria that included...

For The Private, Retail And Restaurant Sectors: Reliable And Reasonably Priced Monitoring System

The PCS-19/DVR-08 comes with anintegral motion detector and alarmcontacts Not every installation requires installation of an extensive surveillance system consisting of different components. The requirement for reliable video surveillance systems, reasonably priced with simple operation exists particularly in the private sector, in small retail stores and in restaurants. You can now offer your customers such a solution with the PCS-19/DVR-08 surveillance system from eneo....

Netavis And Videor Form An Alliance

With annual sales in excess of 60 million euros, Videor E. Hartig GmbH in Rödermark close to Frankfurt is one of the leading providers of professional video technology for security applications in Europe.  And Videor will now also offer its customers the whole network video surveillance product range produced by the software manufacturer Netavis Software.  The core product is the "Observer II" program available in different product variants.  In addition to cameras...

Security With 360° Video Surveillance: Use Of The Eneo Almira Camera In The Jewish Museum, Frankfurt, Germany

The Jewish Museum in Frankfurt is one of the three major Jewish museums in Germany.  It traces the interrelationship between Jews in Germany and their environment based on the example of Frankfurt.  Prior to World War II the city of Frankfurt had the highest percentage of Jewish inhabitants with over 26,000 Jewish citizens.  The building is secured today by 360° video surveillance.  Its open character was intentionally selected, as the changing exhibitions are to be acces...

All Gates In View

Fujitsu CG-311 Day/Night cameras monitor all movements at the gates in the front security zone at Frankfurt Airport.  The current video surveillance cameras are being replaced by Japanese leading technology in stages to view the most sensitive areas of the largest airport on the European continent around the clock.   Equipped with 18x motor zoom lenses (F1.9/11-200 mm), the Fujitsus’ strengths fully come into their own for the 24-hour video surveillance.  The compact 1/...

Safe And Secure Into The World Cup Final

Preventative measures in and around the Berlin Olympic StadiumWorld Cup 2006 means an increased operations level lasting several weeks for the security agencies in Germany.  Over 3 million football fans are expected at the 64 matches between 9 June and 9 July. Players, fans and journalists should feel secure while hooligans, terrorists and thieves are to be kept away.  This is why the twelve German World Cup stadiums have been equipped, at the cost of millions, with CCTV tech...