Integrated surveillance reduces operational costs

October 2013 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

With over 11 000 employees and nearly $2 billion in revenue, the Brazilian transport manufacturer, Randon Group, has selected IndigoVision to provide an IP video security solution for its assembly plant in Guaralhos, with plans for future expansion to all locations.

The security project requirements were reducing theft, providing real-time monitoring from multiple, remote security workstations and increasing operational efficiency. The project also required reusing existing security camera hardware as well as offering the latest IP camera technology with the ability to scale to meet future expansion requirements. The final goal is for all Randon locations worldwide to be monitored from a single security solution.

Using IndigoVision’s video security solution, existing cameras were converted through IndigoVision’s IP encoder hardware, delivering benefits including dramatically improved recording quality. IndigoVision’s video compression technology meant that video from existing cameras could be easily streamed to remote sites, which was impossible with the existing security system.

In addition to using IndigoVision’s IP encoder hardware, IndigoVision’s IP cameras have been installed providing additional benefits that analogue cameras could not deliver, such as higher image resolution. All video from the IP encoders and cameras is stored on multiple IndigoVision network video recorders (NVRs), with total system management provided by IndigoVision’s Control Centre software user interface.

Having deployed IndigoVision’s solution, it is now possible for operators to monitor live video and playback recorded evidence from the main Randon HQ, located over 805 km away. IndigoVision’s unique Distributed Network Architecture (DNA) removes the need for a central management server making future expansion for monitoring all of Randon’s sites incredibly easy.

The project was installed by local Brazilian partner, Jetlink Comercio de Equipamentos, alongside security architect and consultant, Villa Segura.

“IndigoVision has provided Randon with a class leading security system which not only protects the site but has reduced operational costs by 20%. The solution is future proofed, enabling easy future expansion and addition of new sites onto the network regardless of global location,” stated Percival Campos Barboza, director security architect, Villa Segura.

“With corporate networking commonplace, organisations are starting to demand multi-site monitoring of their security operations in order to increase operational efficiency,” stated Lopez Martin, IndigoVision, Latin America president. “Unfortunately organisations are dissatisfied when looking at other IP security systems. These systems struggle to deliver over wide-area networks due to poor technology design. Organisations choose IndigoVision as multi-site monitoring and project scalability is extremely easy.”

For more information contact IndigoVision, +44 131 475 7200, press@indigovision.com, www.indigovision.com





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