Graphic Image Technologies

Securex 2017 preview CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Graphic Image Technologies (GIT), specialists in both remote and enterprise CCTV and control room technologies, will be showcasing its latest range of SerVision and FLIR products and solutions that feature innovative features, functionality and integration capabilities, bolstering security for businesses of all sizes.

The SerVision range, that will be displayed by GIT, includes applications and fleet management solutions that enable companies to keep an eye on both the driver and the surrounding area, allowing the control room to proactively monitor situations. For example, reckless driving can be monitored in real-time or potential highjackings thwarted. A new addition to the SerVision mobile range is the introduction of a new IP mobile NVR with the ability to record and stream video up to 1080p as well as integrate with telematics products such as Mobileye. This new model (IVG400N) will be on show.

In addition, GIT will also be showcasing a number of FLIR solutions including its thermal cameras and video analytics solutions for perimeters such as housing estates, solar farms, industrial or large warehousing environments and more. The advantages of these solutions include investment in fewer cameras to monitor a larger area more effectively as well as intelligence that alerts the control room to real threats proactively.

FLIR’s enterprise Latitude IP-based Video Management Systems (VMS) allows users to monitor and detect threats from any mobile device or platform across a number of sites and cities.

See more in Hall 2 Stand F05.



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