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Video analytics at ST19

CBC (Europe) are among the exhibitors at Security TWENTY 19 Manchester, the next event in the ST series, on Tuesday, July 2. CBC will showcase their video management software (VMS) CORTROL, with video analytics

Set at the Principal Hotel in Manchester, a new venue for the ST series, this event will bring together such security industry speakers as Trevor Jones, head of security at the University of Salford; and is supported by an exhibition of security products and services.

For more details click here:

https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/manchester/.

If you register in advance and are an installer, an end user, a consultant, or someone to do with private security, in the police or a buyer of security services you will be able to attend the day for free. And you can enjoy a free breakfast bap or lunch, or both, if you plan to spend the whole day there. We hope you will be able to join us!

Register here: https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-twenty-register/.

About the exhibitor

CBC GANZ presents CORTROL a new security and video surveillance software, offering a scalable stand-alone multiple-server solution. CORTROL’s system core, now in 64- bit version, has an intuitive user interface that provides better functionality, as well as a long list of add-ons, the developers say. Cross-functional and modern, CORTROL GLOBAL supports over 4000 cameras and other network devices from major manufacturers. The software is designed for single or multiple server surveillance systems with up to unlimited channel license and allows hybrid solutions.

The company’s VCA analytics can capture data to help businesses achieve a greater understanding of people behaviour. VCA also provides security personnel with a tool to detect and combat theft and other crime. This can help remote video monitoring centres (RVRC) in receiving more accurate information resulting in a reduction of false alarms, it’s claimed.


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