Wifi enabled Body Worn Camera to be showcased at DSEI

Edesix, a global market leader in body worn camera (BWC) solutions, is to showcase its new WiFi enabled VideoBadge, the VB-300 Series, at DSEI (Defence & Security Equipment International), the world’s largest trade show for the security and defence sectors.

The VB-300 series is a body worn video IP Camera styled like an ID card holder. Its simple operation makes it extremely versatile and suitable for all types of users and applications. Key features of the VB-300 series include:

  • Wireless Security Cameras capability which allows streaming and uploading of video in real-time.
  • Extended battery life – the VB-340 can record for up to 14 hours of continuous video coverage, with up to 96 hours of battery capacity when on standby.
  • Extra wide angled lens, giving a 1300 horizontal field of view.

Complementing the VideoBadge is Edesix’s VideoManager; a slick, user-friendly and highly functional video management software suite. VideoManager is web-based, and suitable for handling, editing and sharing your captured footage. It comes fully equipped with state-of-the-art features, such as redaction, to prepare and share evidence-ready footage without extensive training or expensive resources. VideoManager is a secure platform, equipped with encryption keys to protect data upload and allow a comprehensive audit trail, as well as implementing sophisticated multi-level role-based access controls. This allows close monitoring of which users can view, edit, share or delete footage.

Headquartered in Edinburgh, UK and established in 2002, Edesix manufactures BWC’s for those in public facing roles, helping to improve safety, while producing compelling legal evidence when needed. Edesix currently supplies key markets across the globe, including the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, South America, China, the Middle East and Australasia. All hardware and software is designed, developed and manufactured in the UK.

Edesix currently provides VideoBadges and VideoManager software to security and enforcement personnel, police forces, bailiffs, transport firms and emergency services/first responders.

“All the studies examining body worn video cameras show they make a real difference in protecting frontline staff and the public,” explains Richie McBride, CEO of Edesix.

“Body Worn Cameras help prevent crime and anti-social behaviour, and record unbiased evidential footage for criminal prosecution. There can be no doubt that Security Camera deter aggression and in many cases eliminate the need to activate a panic alarm or radio during an incident. When members of the public know they are being recorded, their behaviour tends to change to a more positive attitude. BWC’s also help staff feel safer and more protected.”

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In May, Reuters reported that Apple was looking into how to charge electric cars and hiring engineers who were knowledgeable about the battery technology.

The move comes as companies including Google, Tesla and Uber are gearing up to compete for the self-driving, electric car market. Google’s prototype car is learningwhen to honk, and Uber is testing self-driving cars in Pittsburgh. Tesla released its autopilot feature in some vehicles last year, though a driver was recently killed in a crash involving autopilot.

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Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Axis introduces an outdoor network thermal camera

AXIS Q1941-E offers outstanding high contrast thermal images. It is the first thermal Security Camera that supports both Electronic Image Stabilisation, which helps reduce the effect of vibrations, and Axis’ Zipstream, which lowers bandwidth and storage requirements.

AXIS Q1941-E is the first thermal camera that supports both Electronic Image Stabilisation, and Axis’ Zipstream technology.

Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, today presents a strong addition to its Q-line of fixed thermal cameras, AXIS Q1941-E Thermal Network Camera. The affordable and bullet-style IP camera is designed for 24/7 detection in challenging conditions. The camera is outdoor-ready out-of-the-box, and is ideal for perimeter protection of facilities where early detection of an intrusion attempt is critical.

“We know that thermal cameras are not only reliable for round-the-clock detection, but they are also useful for verification, helping to distinguish between a nuisance and a real alarm. The new addition to AXIS Q19 Series supports a powerful processor, which is highly capable of running video analytics via the AXIS Camera Application Platform (ACAP). This is appreciated by our ADP Partners whose applications are fully compatible with our IP cameras.” says Erik Frännlid, Axis’ Director of Product Management. “By boosting our AXIS Q19 Series, we believe that customers can find a tailored surveillance solution that works in all conditions”.

AXIS Q1941-E offers 384×288 thermal resolution and outstanding image contrast that gives reliable detection and quick verification. Thanks to a selection of five different lens alternatives (7 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm, 35 mm and 60 mm) that optimise detection performance, customers can be sure the camera will meet their requirements. In addition, the following capabilities make AXIS Q1941-E the flagship for AXIS Q19 Series:

• The camera can easily be integrated with other existing IP security equipment and with third party applications

• Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) provides smooth live viewing when the camera is mounted on instable places, where vibration can be perceived as an issue.

• With Axis’ Zipstream technology, areas with no motion are filtered out, the cctv surveillance camera just focuses on the parts of the image that are moving. This significantly reduces the bandwidth and storage required.

AXIS Q1941-E Thermal Network Camera is planned to be available in Q4 2015, through Axis’ distribution channels.

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Another Cowboys suspension is looming. Their need for a pass rush is heightened. Yes, the beginning of training camp in Dallas will have a familiar feeling.

Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory, suspended four games to start this season, is about to be suspended a lot more. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport
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This news clearly goes beyond football. Rapoport reports that Gregory has shut
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The suspension especially stings the Cowboys because it’s a trend. Starting middle linebackerRolando McClain is suspended 10 games. Starting defensive end Demarcus Lawrence was also suspended four games for substance abuse. It’s not as if the Cowboys’ front seven has great depth. They have also seen offseason surgeries for defensive end Benson Mayowa, linebacker Sean Leeand rookie defensive tackle Maliek Collins.

This should have been an uplifting Cowboys offseason with the healthy returns of Tony Romo andDez Bryant. Instead, the defense has suffered constant issues without easy solutions. Jerry Jones has taken some big risks lately from Greg Hardy to Gregory to drafting second-round pick Jaylon Smith, who is expected to
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Training camp is officially underway. We’ll post “what we learned” each day to recap all the news.

Concerning injury news of the day

1. Jordy Nelson was quick to tell reporters that his surgically repaired right ACL is fine. But thePackers receiver’s start to training camp has been delayed because of an injury to his left knee.

It’s impossible to know which camp injuries will stick. Nelson and coach Mike McCarthy said they believed the team’s No. 1 receiver would be ready before Week 1, but they were vague beyond that. There is always a risk in any recovery that a new injury arises in compensation for the original problem.

This injury is a reminder that Nelson is 31 years old and ACL recoveries aren’t always simple. It’s another reason why the Packers need someone to step up in the battle between Davante Adams, Jeff Janis, and Ty Montgomery.

2. The Browns got a boost on Monday when they learned Josh Gordon could return to the team during training camp and would be suspended for only the first four games of the regular season. On Tuesday, reality set in. He’s expected to miss a couple of weeks of practice on the active/NFI list. It’s worth remembering Gordon has played only five games in the last two seasons, and he didn’t particularly help the Browns’ offense in that stretch. He will need all the practice time he can get in Hue Jackson’s offense.

Sensible signing of the day

It’s great to see Anquan Boldin back in the league. One of the smartest and toughest receivers of the century agreed to a one-year deal with the Detroit Lions, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. While Matthew Stafford will
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Update: Even more sensible signing of the day

Is it possible that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider are somehow underrated? What they have accomplished in Seattle tops anything we’ve seen in the NFL in the last 20 years aside from Bill Belichick’s reign in New England.

Tuesday’s late news that Carroll has signed a contract extension through 2019 was a no-brainer. In a league desperate for parity, Seattle has been one of the best 3-4 teams in the league four years running. The extraordinary amount of homegrown talent signed through the next three seasons means that this run isn’t ending anytime soon.

It’s interesting to note that Schneider’s recent extension goes through 2021.
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Guys not showing up for camp

1. There will be no midnight deal to get Ryan Fitzpatrick into camp, likely because the Jets are concerned he’s going to turn back into a pumpkin.

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2. Rapoport reported that unsigned franchise player Eric Berry won’t be at Chiefs camp, which is no surprise. Berry is expected to train on his own and show up to work in time to be ready for the regular season.

Coach Andy Reid also confirmed that outside linebacker Justin Houston won’t be back from his ACL injury during camp. He was given a six to 12 month timetable to return.

Saying Goodbye

The Falcons released return specialist Devin Hester, which also didn’t come as a big surprise. If he doesn’t land a job, Hester will make an interesting case someday as a Hall of Fame candidate. It is tough for specialists to get to Canton,
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Saying hello

The 49ers have been wondering who will step up at right tackle this offseason. The answer: Their oldPro Bowl right tackle that retired early before the 2015 season. Anthony Davis’ agent Drew Rosenhaus told Mike Florio on PFT Live that Davis and the 49ers have patched up their patchy relationship, which is great
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The Silent Sentinel Oculus camera oversees Britain’s motorways

P&D: protecting Britain’s highways
Specialists in electrical and civil engineering, P&D support the UK’s rail infrastructure, highways, power distribution, and major tunnel projects. Focussing on safety, great workmanship and delivering on its promise, there’s no margin for error; it has to be quality first time, on time.

Undertaking a significant project with AMG Systems to relieve congestion along the M1, M3, M60 and M62 highways, P&D needed to deliver a real-time overview of the 99 kilometre stretch of works, linking all images back to a 24/7 manned control room.

P&D faced challenges with its previous cctv surveillance camera supplier; the cameras weren’t reliable as the pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) kept wearing out. It meant the company was failing to deliver on its promise of quality and unable to provide images that were clear and actionable. Furthermore, a poor relationship meant the camera supplier was reluctant to honour warranties. P&D needed a new supplier it could trust.

Silent Sentinel: a trusted and respected partner
Choosing Silent Sentinel enabled P&D to create a partnership that worked well to deliver the best possible solution for its customers. Speaking of the partnership, P&D Managing Director, Pat Musgrave, commented:

“We have a great working relationship with Silent Sentinel, which is built on trust and respect. As a UK-based organisation, Silent Sentinel is able to respond quicker than our previous supplier to ensure any issues are resolved properly, and they genuinely care about working with us to deliver quality solutions first-time, on time.”

Oculus: a rugged PTZ camera with HD or SD video options
Initially, Silent Sentinel has deployed over 300 cameras:

  • M1: 78 cameras deployed between J15 and J19
  • M3: 109 camera deployed between J2 and J4a
  • M60/M62: 142 cameras over 35km stretch of road as part of Manchester ‘smart motorways scheme’.

However, the project is ongoing as more sections of highway are being added to help improve the flow of traffic on our roads and relieve rush hour congestion.

A compact, rugged, vandal-resistant unit that has been specifically designed for harsh and challenging environments, the Oculus is a high-speed continuous rotation PTZ camera that can provide analogue, HD-SDI and IP Camera video outputs.

Everything is integrated into a single unit, which is fully housed within a hard anodised aluminium casing. Toughened, optically correct glass provides clear images and can be kept clean at all times with its compact wiper. Plus, optical encoders for both the pan and tilt axis provide highly accurate positioning and repeatability, with a self-correction system that counteracts any external interference with the moving head.

Oculus in the spotlight:

  • SD video with 10x, 18x, 28x, 36x and 40x optical zoom options
  • HD video with 20x and 30x optical zoom options
  • Ruggedised for extreme environments
  • Day/night operation
  • Optical encoders for accurate positioning and repeatability
  • Optional heater for reliable operation down to -40°C
  • Flat, toughened glass window
  • Protected to IP67 (IP68 option)
  • 316L stainless steel option
  • Built-in camera lens wiper
  • Pre-sets, tours and privacy masking
  • Multiple control protocols

A robust, reliable, quality and cost-effective solution
Commenting on the project, Pat Musgrave said, “Silent Sentinel provided us with a better, more cost-effective solution, with longer warranties at a good price. Protecting the UK’s highways is crucial, with no margin for error, and Silent Sentinel helped deliver the quality needed to ensure the project was a success.

“In particular, image quality was vital to ensure the team working in the control room has clear, detailed visuals on what’s happening out on the highways. With 28x zoom, the Oculus provided this clarity with ease. Overall, a robust, reliable, quality and cost-effective solution.”

Silent Sentinel: vision & motion control
Silent Sentinel design and develop specialist cctv surveillance camera platforms, including long-range detection platforms and ancillary equipment. With over 30 years’ experience in camera design and manufacturing, surveillance technology, vision, detection, protection and security are in its DNA.

360 Vision Technology fields massive display of cameras at IFSEC

Supporting the security industry’s leading manufacturers and solutions providers, CCTV IP Camera design and manufacturing company, 360 Vision Technology, will be fielding a massive range of their high-performance surveillance cameras at IFSEC 2016.

To be found on five different IFSEC stands, 360 Vision’s high-performance Predator, Centurion, Black Hawk and Predator Stainless Steel PTZ cameras can all be seen at the exhibition. Being displayed in a variety of camera/control combinations, models on show include analogue, Infrared, HD, thermal and integrated IR & white CCTV ir illuminator – illustrating 360 Vision’s breadth of video surveillance imaging technology.

Visitors to the show can see the cameras in action at Wireless Security Cameras (stand no E375), IndigoVision (stand no E900), Ogier (stand no F800), Altron (stand no B710) and Geoquip (stand no F1500).

Mark Rees, Business Development Director at 360 Vision says:

“We’re very pleased to be supporting our integrator, control manufacturer and technical solutions partners with a wide range of camera technology at IFSEC 2016. Showcasing 360 Vision camera technology, various specifications of our high-performance Predator, Centurion and Black Hawk camera range and integration within some of the industry’s leading technologies, reinforces the use of 360 Vision Technology cameras to obtain video imaging performance, reliability and benefits for any system application.”

Wael Tanoukhi appointed IDIS Technical Manager to support growth in Security Camera Area

IDIS has appointed Wael Tanoukhi to the position of Technical Manager to support its growing customer base on security cameras in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

Based out of the IDIS MENA regional headquarters in Dubai, Wael will lead pre- and after sales technical support across the region. He will also oversee the IDIS training program for both installers and end-users as well as driving product-marketing initiatives across the region.

18 years experience

With a strong technical background, Wael brings with him over eighteen years’ experience of delivering tightly integrated security and ICT solutions, most recently at Weqaya Security Consulting L.L.C where he held the position of senior project manager. Wael has also held technical and commercial positions at Interconnected Security Systems following a six-year tenure with Genetec.

Commenting on his appointment Wael Tanoukhi, Technical Manager at IDIS MENA, noted: “This is an exciting time to join IDIS during a period of major global expansion and growth. I’m looking forward to putting my security and ICT skills to work in order to build upon the rapid success IDIS has had since launching the IDIS Total Solution in the region and opening its MENA headquarters in Dubai.”

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“The IDIS Total Solution meets the surveillance needs of a wide range of businesses and its inherent flexibility, low total cost of ownership, reliability and quality are proving it to be a smart choice for organisations big or small. I look forward to working closely with our customers to ensure they maximise these and the many other benefits that IDIS technologies deliver.”

Harry Kwon, General Manager of IDIS MENA, added: “Opening our offices here in Dubai in January 2015 already yielded a number of new installation partners and saw us win some major end user customers including SEDAR and Majmaah University both utilising the IDIS Total Solution across multiple sites. I’m thrilled to welcome Wael on-board. His appointment ensures we will continue to provide first-class technical services at a local level, while supporting our continued growth in the region of  IP CCTV Security Camera.”

Speaking fluent Arabic, English and French, Wael holds a Master’s degree in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering and a degree in Computer Software Engineering both from the University of Ottawa, Canada.