Emergency Reaction Services

April 2005 Conferences & Events

Visitors to Emergency Reaction Services' stand at Securex saw the integration of remote video monitoring and 3G for the first time. The system demonstrated was the Neteye remote video transmitter system and a 3G card installed on a laptop computer. The Neteye was connected to a CCTV system in Rivonia and visitors to Securex were able to watch the system live.

Video Domain produces a range of remote CCTV monitoring products. This includes the NetEye family of remote monitoring systems. The NetEye features the most innovative 'transmitters' on the market today. Rich in functionality, NetEye units send quality video streams, colour images and full duplex audio from remote CCTV cameras to management control centres as well as monitoring from remote sites.

The possibilities with these inexpensive systems are almost endless. Companies with branches can dial-in anytime to manage these stores. Owners of 24-hour businesses and late trading stores such as filling stations and food franchises can dial-in from their home to 'keep an eye' on their businesses. Alarm activated in the middle of the night? Dial-in, switch on the lights and check it out. You can even talk through the NetEye system.

The NetEye family's powerful processors digitise analog video and audio signals in realtime and send them over either telephone lines, ISDN, IP or cellular networks. All this is done from a small box attached to your existing CCTV system, with no need for a PC at the monitored premises or any hardware attached to your home PC or laptop. The units also feature internal high-speed, high-quality pre- and post-alarm image capture, selectable recording and transmission image/video size, PTZ support, full duplex audio, programmable alarm inputs and control outputs.

Leading the way in video monitoring software solutions and equipment, the NetEye systems include the comprehensive Observer remote monitoring software application. The economical, easy to install and versatile NetEye family of 'transmitters' are the winning choice of installers, monitoring stations and proprietors alike!

There are two NetEye systems. NetEye Lite is a four colour-camera solution incorporating four sensor inputs, four audio inputs, four dry contact outputs, two video out channels and one audio out channel. The NetEye Lite enables transmission to management control centres and monitoring from remote sites.

The second system is the NetEye Gold. This is an eight colour-camera transmitter incorporating eight sensor inputs, eight audio inputs, eight dry contact outputs, two video out channels and one audio out channel. The NetEye Gold enables transmission to management control centres and monitoring from remote sites.

As a complete CCTV system, NetEye compresses, encodes and stores quality video on flash memory for immediate, easy access to recorded events and event logs. NetEye is accessed through regular telephone lines, ISDN and cellular communication.

NetEye also features internal high-speed high-quality pre- and post-alarm image capture, selectable recording and transmission image/video size, PTZ support, full duplex audio, programmable alarm inputs and control outputs.

For more information contact Morris Maram, Emergency Reaction Services, 011 234 6000, info@ersos.com, www.emergencyreaction.com



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