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20/03/2017

Pelco debuts Exsite Enhanced explosion proof cameras at MIPS

Moscow, Russia

Pelco by Schneider Electric will be featuring several of the company’s advanced security solutions at Securika/MIPS 2017, taking place at the Expocenter Fairgrounds in Moscow from March 21st-24th.

Highlighted innovations that will be on display include the powerful open platform Videoxpert video management software (VMS) designed to control with confidence, a sneak peek of Exsite Enhanced Explosion Proof IP cameras engineered to survive in the most challenging environments, and Sarix Enhanced IP cameras that have been engineered to deliver the highest levels of low light performance when nothing but the best will do.

“Security operations and procedures have become a core priority for businesses and organizations across every vertical market around the world as security professionals seek the most efficient and effective means to protect people, property and assets. This is especially pertinent for high-traffic public venues such as casinos and arenas,” said Diane Feliciano, VP, Global Marketing, Pelco by Schneider Electric. “At MIPS, attendees will witness firsthand how Pelco video surveillance and security solutions deliver higher levels of situational awareness, protection and even prevention when and where customers need it most.”

In addition to highlighting system solutions with specific benefits for the casino and stadium markets, Pelco’s Securika/MIPS 2017 display features strategic solutions for the oil and gas, city surveillance and hospitality vertical markets, and includes highlighted products from across the company's wide portfolio.


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