- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
The Sony SNC-VB770 full colour low light camera will for the first time be demonstrated in a third-party housing as part of a PTZ solution, and video technologies such as the latest video management solutions (VMS) from Cathexis. Maxxess eFusion can integrate with more than 60 security and fire systems as well as business management solutions, the developers say.
The SNC-VB770 camera configuration will be demonstrated with the Ulisse PTZ housing from Italian manufacturer Videotec. The camera captures 4K/30 frames per second (fps) colour video in almost pitch-black 0.004lx conditions, when it hard for the human eye to see. It achieves this thanks to its 35 mm full-frame Exmor CMOS sensor, optimised e-mount lenses, and signal processing engine, the firm says.
Cathexis’s VMS (video management software) enables video surveillance operations for banks, hotels, retailers, government and other blue-chip users and have been integrated with eFusion on projects over the last few months in the Middle East and Europe. These deployments include the Bluewaters Island development in Dubai, the Taj Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) and the Taj Exotica Resort on Palm Jumeirah.
Other integrations with eFusion on show include a line-up of Third Millennium access control readers and the latest servers from Stratus, for mission critical use.
The ability to integrate all elements of an organisation’s existing or new infrastructure – including the latest cameras and VMS software, access control, alarm and fire panels, weighbridges, perimeter monitoring systems, logistics, visitor management and building controls – allows multi-function, multi-site operations to be managed and controlled, says Lee Copland, Managing Director, Maxxess EMEA, pictured.
“Maxxess eFusion is not only transforming the way security managers monitor, manage and control risks, it’s helping them to improve customer service and introduce cost saving efficiencies across a wide range of systems and functions.”
eFusion sits alongside a suite of integration and systems management resources from Maxxess, including: the new InSite cloud-based data handling tool, which allows response to incidents; the Ambit family of mobile apps, allowing communications with users; and the Maxxess MX+ client, which gives web access to eFusion controls and functions via smartphones and tablets.