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22/04/2012

Geutebruck releases latest 16 bay dual processor storage system

Windhagen, Germany

The Gevistore-IP/16bay-2P is Geutebruck's new dual-processor storage server system. It is a complete solution for stand alone or networked IP video applications requiring high performance and survivability.
It boasts two Xeon processors, a redundant power supply and integral hot-swap level 6 RAID for up to 16 HDDs and video databases of up to 32 Tb.

The Gevistore-IP/16Bay-2P records 800 images per second and streams 800 images per second simultaneously. It has virtual matrix functionality for IP cameras using all common compression processes and formats, both standard CCD and megapixel.

This new product supports state-of-the-art video content analysis and processes up to 1600 pictures per second for display on a separate display computer in full D1 resolution. — Performance which is achieved by running Geutebruck’s Geviscope video management system on the latest server hardware components under the 64Bit operating system Windows Server 2008 R2.

This is a complete solution designed to meet high end video security requirements in stand-alone and networked applications in environments such as airports, prisons, power plants, pharmaceutical companies and casinos.

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Gothenburg hospital upgrades to Pacom Unison security management platform

Healthcare vertical improves efficiencies with Pacom

This past year, several major hospitals across Europe have chosen to implement an open, superior security management platform in order to provide a high level of safety of both staff, employees and visitors. The latest roll-out is made in Angered Hospital in Gothenburg, which has chosen Pacom Unison to secure their facility. Unison will collect and display information from access control, alarm, fire, video and intercom on a single user interface from which the system automatically can act on different events and prevent unwanted events from happening.

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Etherwan PoE switches provide IP solution in Taiwanese hospital

Etherwan helps ensure stable IP video for hospital

Etherwan Systems, Inc., a leading Ethernet connectivity solution provider, is working with a system integrator to implement Ethernet switches in an IP surveillance project for a regional medical centre in Taiwan. To ensure stable video surveillance with simultaneous recording, monitoring, and archiving, the hospital decided to replace the previous analogue CCTV system with a digital one. Etherwan’s EX17082, EX17162 and EX17242 PoE switches provide 8, 16 and 24 PoE/PSE ports for powering up the newly-installed IP cameras over CAT.6 cables; each switch also features 2 Gigabit uplink ports for building-to-building communications through fibre optic cables.

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Navtech radar Clearway using radar AID

Radar AID specified in tunnel refurbishment project

Navtech was recently involved in a significant venture involving the renowned underground highways tunnel world of Norway. Navtech supplied its Clearway solution for both the 4.5 km long Mastrafjord Tunnel and the 5.8 km long tolled Byfjord Tunnel near Stavanger in Norway and at thhe Intertraffic show last year found that feedback from around Scandinavia on this was both enthusiastic and extensive. Both Mastrafjord and Byfjord are subsea road tunnels and the new Clearway solution is part of a recently completed tunnel refurbishment project.

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ME people screening market identified as growth area

In the sixth edition of The Market for Explosives, Weapons and Contraband (EWC) Detection Equipment report, IHS expects the global education industry to grow by a CAGR of 1.2% to $19.8 million in 2018. The slow growth is the result of sluggish adoption of people-screening technology at educational institutions worldwide. However, IHS found the Middle East and Africa people screening market to be one of the better performing regions, worth more than $18 million in 2014 with a CAGR of 9.4% from 2013 to 2018.

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