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V&A embraces IP surveillance technology

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) has selected Canon network cameras as part of a new visual surveillance solution. The museum houses some of the most valuable collections in the art and design world, and needed a security solution that could effectively monitor the safety of both visitors and exhibits. 66 Canon cameras are already in use at the museum, including 14 VB-H630D and 52 VB-H730F, with plans to expand this number exponentially in the next few years as the project progresses.

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Exacq upgrade improves archive search

The latest Exacqvision version 7.8 video management system (VMS) software increases local client video performance and also includes new direct archive search, camera connection diagnostics, hard disk drive serviceability, faster searching in Exacq mobile and license management functionality across all Exacqvision servers in Enterprise System Manager (ESM), a health monitoring programme for use with Exacqvision Enterprise network video recorders (NVRs).

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Hotel management wanted to ensure that the cameras wouldn’t be the first thing guests noticed.

Hotel clarifies issues with improved surveillance

Arecont Vision technology has recently been deployed in a hospitality industry surveillance project for the Davenport Grand Hotel in Spokane, Washington, where the management needed to not only ensure the safety and security of its guests, employees, and visitors while helping to prevent theft and other loss but also to be able to capture images of vehicles that come and go from the public garage used by hotel guests. This would enable the hotel to better deal with potential vehicle damage claims, which is a common issue in the hospitality industry.

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