- Security TWENTY Home
Barry Byrne, Sales Director UK and Ireland for G4S Fire & Security Systems, said: “The Xtralis eGuard solution leverages the best detection, verification, and remote response capabilities in the market to enhance our guard patrols. Our network of customers rely on 24-7 threat protection that requires state-of-the-art intrusion detection coupled with remote command and control capabilities. At G4S, we’ve deployed the FastTrace 2E & IntrusionTrace to a number of sites to enhance our existing guard patrols and enable remote command and control all while lowering our operating costs. We are pleased to hear that the XOa 3.2 software upgrade for eGuard takes what is already one of the best security threat prevention solutions in the market to a whole new level with enhanced detection, functionality and features.”
Ghassan Habelrih, Executive Vice President and GM of Security & Life Safety Divisions of Xtralis, said: “Xtralis pioneered the concept of the eGuard and continues to perfect it over the years, affirmed with today’s release, we deliver enhanced capabilities that enable a new economic model for guarding companies. The top 15 guarding companies deploy over a million guards globally in medium to large premises; ADPRO solutions with XOa 3.2 enhances guarding service performance for current customers and enables them to offer affordable services to a much larger group of end-users.”
Elements for eGuard include: perimeter detection; remote visual verification; remote prevention to ward off threats; and tools to provide situational awareness for first responders. With ADPRO XOa 3.2 software, Xtralis brings together these elements. XOa 3.2 works with IP cameras, supports 6TB hard disk drives, and provides integration over IP with ADPRO PRO E-PIRs, the perimeter detection devices. With a free download, existing XOa customers can enhance detection on field-deployed RMGs. ADPRO XOa 3.2 is available immediately from License.XtralisSecurity.com.
With XOa 3.2, the IntrusionTrace video content analytic offers greater control parameters for suppression of common causes of false alarms. Improved sensitivity controls offer intuitive five-way contrast and five-way object setting for up to 25 sensitivity levels for precise detection. The sensitivity controls virtually eliminate issues that plague other analytics, like cloud shadows, poorly lit areas, and blurred insects, it is claimed. Sixteen zones per camera can be configured, essentially creating 16 independent intrusion detectors, and permit the zones each to have detection criteria.
Migration from existing control parameters is automatically mapped to new controls. Xtralis has also expanded the number of IP cameras supported by XOa 3.2, including from Axis, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony. Visit www.xtralis.com/eGuard.