Ultrak Europe announces enterprise security solution for banking

May 2000 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Ultrak Europe recently launched an innovative security solution based on digital technology for the European banking industry: a multifunctional digital surveillance system for banks and financial institutions based on one of Ultrak's latest products, the EuroCorder II. Surprisingly cost-effective, this digital security solution answers surveillance needs typical to the banking sector, such as customer and employee safety, and fraud and theft protection requirements.

User-friendly, this single compact component, complete with the necessary recording, playback, back-up, picture transmission and remote access features, is customised to the individual banking organisation, creating an expandable digital surveillance system.

According to Ultrak South Africa's Jacques Bester, "Thanks to its flexible design architecture, EuroCorder II banking system users can monitor whatever is important in their particular branch office. This versatile, freely compatible unit enables security personnel and managers to view strategically placed digital video and audio recording devices - even remote devices - while recording, transmitting and archiving events at the same time.

"The security staff can view activity throughout the bank - at the entrance, self-banking facilities, ATMs, cashier counters, safe deposit boxes and vaults - on the remotely accessible station's monitor while the manager might opt to view several images at one time on a PC monitor," he says. "Remote security teams and the head office can also review activity via internal or external communications networks system protected by multilevel passwords. This flexibility means that users only invest in specific hardware needed onsite."

An advanced product concept, the EuroCorder II banking system is tailored to the banking sector and includes programmability to maintain permanent image records for a specific amount of time before and after an alarm and direct connection capability up to four ATMs and/or card readers. Recorded images are identified by date, time, alarm, bank account, routing and transaction numbers.

Additional features include pre-programmability for random incident recording and event response, automatic archiving, alterable rates of transmission and adjustable image quality resolution and compression per camera.

For details contact Ultrak South Africa on tel: (011) 454 0590, fax: (011) 454 0591 or e-mail: jacques.bester@ultrak.co.za





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