IFSEC Submission: CCTV wherever you are, on

a single platform, with low bandwidth

consumption

April 2013 CCTV solutions are integral to security in South Africa today, enabling users to monitor people and situations for enhanced safety and improved productivity. However, bandwidth has always been and remains a challenge for digital and remote CCTV surveillance. The more cameras added to a network, the greater the total bandwidth necessary to transmit footage, which can increase the expense of these solutions beyond the returns they deliver. Graphic Image Technologies (Pty) Ltd (GIT) has a variety of solutions based on the SerVision proprietary compression technology for all surveillance environments, including patrolling guards to mobile vehicles to remote sites. GIT’s solutions transmit high-quality footage at four frames per second using only one kilobyte of data per second, in any data environment, including Diginet, ADSL, VSAT, 3G, EDGE and even GPRS. GIT’s wearable CCTV solutions, mobile CCTV for vehicles in transit, and remote CCTV systems all support this optimal data transfer rate, and all of them can be integrated into a single viewing application for ease of use. Users can access this footage from wherever they are, using their PCs, laptops, smartphones or tablets, so security and productivity can be assured at all times. GIT’s solutions also address another challenge common in the CCTV environment – watching and analysing hours of footage to identify problems, challenges or security threats. With Briefcam, an intelligent video synopsis tool, users can browse and review hours of video in a matter of minutes, enabling them to identify and investigate incidents quickly, provide evidence and take action. Visit GIT’s stand at IFSEC 2013 to find out how our efficient CCTV solutions and video synopsis tools can revolutionise your security environment. For further information, please contact: Graphic Image Technologies Laurence Smith (011) 483 0333
SerVision MVG400 DVR’s
Remote CCTV
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IFSEC Submission: CCTV

wherever you are, on a

single platform, with low

bandwidth consumption

April 2013 CCTV solutions are integral to security in South Africa today, enabling users to monitor people and situations for enhanced safety and improved productivity. However, bandwidth has always been and remains a challenge for digital and remote CCTV surveillance. The more cameras added to a network, the greater the total bandwidth necessary to transmit footage, which can increase the expense of these solutions beyond the returns they deliver. Graphic Image Technologies (Pty) Ltd (GIT) has a variety of solutions based on the SerVision proprietary compression technology for all surveillance environments, including patrolling guards to mobile vehicles to remote sites. GIT’s solutions transmit high-quality footage at four frames per second using only one kilobyte of data per second, in any data environment, including Diginet, ADSL, VSAT, 3G, EDGE and even GPRS. GIT’s wearable CCTV solutions, mobile CCTV for vehicles in transit, and remote CCTV systems all support this optimal data transfer rate, and all of them can be integrated into a single viewing application for ease of use. Users can access this footage from wherever they are, using their PCs, laptops, smartphones or tablets, so security and productivity can be assured at all times. GIT’s solutions also address another challenge common in the CCTV environment – watching and analysing hours of footage to identify problems, challenges or security threats. With Briefcam, an intelligent video synopsis tool, users can browse and review hours of video in a matter of minutes, enabling them to identify and investigate incidents quickly, provide evidence and take action. Visit GIT’s stand at IFSEC 2013 to find out how our efficient CCTV solutions and video synopsis tools can revolutionise your security environment. For further information, please contact: Graphic Image Technologies Laurence Smith (011) 483 0333
SerVision MVG400 DVR’s
Remote CCTV
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