Norbain SA distributes SeeTec

June 2011 News

Norbain SA recently signed an exclusive agreement that gives Norbain the right to solely distribute the comprehensive software solutions offered by SeeTec.

John Loftus, MD of Norbain SA, stated: “SeeTec has more than 13 years of experience in creating IP video management applications and with over 20 000 installations worldwide; it is rated as the number one software for video security in Germany. It offers the first IP video management software and is listed among the leading vendors of open platform VMS in Europe. Norbain SA recognised the need for video security software of this quality in this country and thus the partnership with the German based company made perfect sense for us.”

The great product offering that SeeTec brought to the table consists of two main types of software, namely, the ProBox which is entry level software and Enterprise Edition which accommodates for more complex, vertical models, licence plate recognition and video analytics (VCA) used in logistics, retail, financial institutions as well as in supermarket and automotive chains to name but a few.

By pre-qualifying alarms automatically through the use of particular detection rules, video analytics disburdens the security staff and thus saves valuable resources. The SeeTec Analytics product line provides superior intelligence based on solid video analytics technology by Object Video.

SeeTec’s IP based video solution is flexible, scalable, reliable and user friendly. It supports up to 250 cameras per server using 64-bit technology, providing elaborate features such as multistreaming (use of multiple streams per camera) or cropping (display of several views from a single camera). Another benefit of SeeTec solutions, especially for the finance industry, is their data security concept, including SSL/3DES encryption of client/server connections as well as a very detailed user rights management. In addition, all data exports can be locked with a password which is of great importance in the current climate where the protection of data plays a prominent role.


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