Press Release: GIT offers customer training on

DVTel analytics solutions

 September 2014 Graphic Image Technologies (GIT), specialist in remote CCTV and control room technologies, video compression and transmission, is now offering training to integrators and value-added resellers on DVTel ioimage cameras and encoders with Edge-based analytics. This full two-day course equips attendees with the necessary skills to enable them effectively to install, configure and operate DVTel video analytics systems, from cameras to hardware, servers to client workstations and all associated technology. It also includes troubleshooting procedures and techniques, to enable resellers and integrators to effectively address common challenges and problems when it comes to installation and configuration of the solutions. “Never before has there been so much choice and flexibility in a video analytics solution. DVTel offers the most comprehensive video analytics portfolio in the security industry today, for all sites, topologies, architectures and detection applications, regardless of current infrastructure. The analytical capabilities of the DVTel solutions are incredibly powerful. However, in order for end users to be able to take advantage of this capability, it is critical that the solutions are installed and configured correctly. By offering training and certification on the entire process, we are helping customers to fully leverage the power of advanced video analytics to improve their security,” explains Laurence Smith, Executive at GIT. GIT’s two-day training programme covers the DVTel Meridian 8-channel and 16-channel Network Video Recorder (NVR) with on-board Power over Ethernet (PoE) as well as the Horizon NVR which supports up to 100 cameras. For resellers and integrators wishing to offer the Latitude NVR, which supports limitless cameras, a three-day programme is on offer. Integrators are required to be certified on the Latitude system in order to be able to install and maintain these solutions. “By offering a full training programme we are empowering resellers and integrators with a better understanding of the products, enabling them to effectively create the correct set up for the analytics solutions. This in turn minimises the number of false alarms generated by the analytics tools, which leads directly to better product performance. Training also ensures that all end users receive professional installations conducted to the highest quality standards, which in turn enhances the reputation of the resellers and integrators,” Smith adds. The first DVTel product training session was held in August 2014 with five of GIT’s resellers attending. Colin Joffe Electronics, OPM Technologies, Mobeni Integrated Systems, Baeletsi Technologies and Cubed Systems / 7 Arrows all achieved certification to resell, install and maintain DVTel analytics solutions. This training course will be offered on an as-required basis going forward. Additional training courses will also be on offer in the future. About Graphic Image Technologies Graphic Image Technology (GIT) was formed in 1991 and specialises in remote CCTV and control room technologies as well as broadcast technologies including video playout, compression and transmission.  The company targets organisations that require CCTV technology and broadcasting companies with its solutions, delivering technology that has been specifically chosen due to its quality and best of breed status. The company features a level 2 BBEEE status. Editorial contacts: Graphic Image Technologies Laurence Smith Executive Tel: 011 483 0333 Email: laurence@git.co.za Evolution PR Lesley Rencontre Tel: 011 462 0679 Email: lesley@evolutionpr.co.za  
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Press Release: GIT offers

customer training on DVTel

analytics solutions

 September 2014 Graphic Image Technologies (GIT), specialist in remote CCTV and control room technologies, video compression and transmission, is now offering training to integrators and value-added resellers on DVTel ioimage cameras and encoders with Edge-based analytics. This full two-day course equips attendees with the necessary skills to enable them effectively to install, configure and operate DVTel video analytics systems, from cameras to hardware, servers to client workstations and all associated technology. It also includes troubleshooting procedures and techniques, to enable resellers and integrators to effectively address common challenges and problems when it comes to installation and configuration of the solutions. “Never before has there been so much choice and flexibility in a video analytics solution. DVTel offers the most comprehensive video analytics portfolio in the security industry today, for all sites, topologies, architectures and detection applications, regardless of current infrastructure. The analytical capabilities of the DVTel solutions are incredibly powerful. However, in order for end users to be able to take advantage of this capability, it is critical that the solutions are installed and configured correctly. By offering training and certification on the entire process, we are helping customers to fully leverage the power of advanced video analytics to improve their security,” explains Laurence Smith, Executive at GIT. GIT’s two-day training programme covers the DVTel Meridian 8-channel and 16- channel Network Video Recorder (NVR) with on-board Power over Ethernet (PoE) as well as the Horizon NVR which supports up to 100 cameras. For resellers and integrators wishing to offer the Latitude NVR, which supports limitless cameras, a three-day programme is on offer. Integrators are required to be certified on the Latitude system in order to be able to install and maintain these solutions. “By offering a full training programme we are empowering resellers and integrators with a better understanding of the products, enabling them to effectively create the correct set up for the analytics solutions. This in turn minimises the number of false alarms generated by the analytics tools, which leads directly to better product performance. Training also ensures that all end users receive professional installations conducted to the highest quality standards, which in turn enhances the reputation of the resellers and integrators,” Smith adds. The first DVTel product training session was held in August 2014 with five of GIT’s resellers attending. Colin Joffe Electronics, OPM Technologies, Mobeni Integrated Systems, Baeletsi Technologies and Cubed Systems / 7 Arrows all achieved certification to resell, install and maintain DVTel analytics solutions. This training course will be offered on an as-required basis going forward. Additional training courses will also be on offer in the future. About Graphic Image Technologies Graphic Image Technology (GIT) was formed in 1991 and specialises in remote CCTV and control room technologies as well as broadcast technologies including video playout, compression and transmission.  The company targets organisations that require CCTV technology and broadcasting companies with its solutions, delivering technology that has been specifically chosen due to its quality and best of breed status. The company features a level 2 BBEEE status. Editorial contacts: Graphic Image Technologies Laurence Smith Executive Tel: 011 483 0333 Email: laurence@git.co.za Evolution PR Lesley Rencontre Tel: 011 462 0679 Email: lesley@evolutionpr.co.za  
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