"Vision Catcher, in the bright red stand was there and well noticed in the centre aisle. We received so many guests on the stand wanting demonstrations and explanations of our DVRs." This was the elated reaction of Vision Catcher's Caroline Muir who explained that the company had a highly successful Securex 2003.
Vision Catcher used Securex to launch Premium, a new product that adds to other known products, the VC2000, Join and FleetVu (mobile DVR). Premium runs from a standard 12 fps up to a realtime recorded 25 fps per input, dependent upon hardware configuration.
"Our well renowned VC2000 is still a major drawcard due to its stability and we have now fully integrated it into various management information systems," adds Muir. "Much interest was expressed here especially when demonstrated on the stand. Join, our realtime and sync audio per input solution drew great curiosity from both the mining and casino representatives at the show.
"FleetVu continued to interest many parties with its options for total integration to management systems making the mobile DVR for trains, buses, trucks, aeroplanes and ships even more adaptable to the ever increasing demands of cargo management."
The company also introduced Qwatch, a budget system for the lower end user. This is presently in beta testing and will only go on sale once it has undergone rigorous testing. Many visitors expressed interest in distributing this product and liked the ATX case in which it is built.
"Securex 2003 was a great success at the new venue. Few people could have missed our bright red presence and yet again visitors to our stand confirmed in their statements that we are the DVR specialists. Vision Catcher had a very successful show and many of our colleagues in the security industry were very complimentary of our stand and our products," concludes Muir.
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