Geutebruck CCTV now compatible with Blackberry

Windhagen, Germany

Geutebruck CCTV systems can now be fully accessed and operated from BlackBerry phones. The user can call up pictures to their smart phone, control dome or pan/tilt cameras, have pictures and alarm information automatically forwarded wherever they're needed, and rely on the alarm handling system to document all alarm responses and resets.
In airports, stations, and stadiums and the like, control centre operators can now send pictures of suspects or incidents from their CCTV screens direct to the hands of the mobile patrols to enable them to identify and apprehend suspects quickly and confidently. In remote monitoring situations, mobile patrols can have CCTV pictures, site plans and full alarm information sent automatically to their mobile terminals, so they see exactly where to go and what to expect when they arrive on site to deal with an incident.

The integration of Geutebruck CCTV systems with the Mobile Secure Interaction System (MOSIS) is the result of technical co-operation with Netzlink Informationstechnik GmbH.

Business News

Microsemi and Thales partnership could save millions

Microsemi Corporation has signed a reseller agreement with Thales e-Security. Using Thales e-Security Nshield hardware security modules (HSMs), custom firmware and the state-of-the-art security protocols built into every Microsemi Smartfusion 2 system-on-chip (SoC) field programmable gate array (FPGA) and Igloo 2 FPGA, customers can automatically prevent overbuilding of their systems in any manufacturing facility anywhere in the world, saving millions of dollars in lost revenue.

Product Suppliers
Back to top