CCTV systems have long been based on analogue cameras, coaxial cable and VCRs. However, the trend for some years now has been towards digital IP-based networks, and with the recent introduction of IPv6 and its scalability, the future of such networks seems assured. In this seminar we will look at where security networks may be going, with emphasis on the deployment of optical fibre, secure addressing, VPNs, the use of wi-fi, li-fi and mi-fi, and we’ll unravel the complex jargon involved.
Growth in the capabilities of network audio technology has the potential to revolutionise the way in which audio is used in many different situations, from customer experience to security. In this presentation, we look at some of the hot topics in networked audio.
Video Insight (VI) is an affordable and flexible end-to-end solution, which has the ability to support devices from over 150 manufacturers. Offering zero on-going licence fees when used with the Panasonic cameras, VI provides end users with lower total cost of ownership than any other VMS enterprise.
This presentation looks into how Panasonic, the only manufacturer with this end-to-end solution, breaks the mould in total cost of ownership (TCO), almost eliminating OPEX costs with no ongoing license fees, while being compatible with Panasonic Secure Communication. Learn how our cyber security offering can work with Video Insight, to mitigate the risk of cyber threats and provide you with the freedom to focus on what you do best.
Since the first tentative steps into the world of Li-Fi almost 5 years ago, the technology has developed at an amazing pace, and there are already many Li-Fi-based systems installed and working. So what’s it all about? What’s its USP? What does it offer that, say, Wi-Fi or 4G or 5G mobile doesn’t or can’t? In this presentation we’ll get to the heart of the matter and look at the how, what, why, when and who of this exciting new technology.
Cybercrime, also called computer crime, is any illegal activity that involves a computer or network-connected device, such as a mobile phone. Cybercrime can be divided into three categories: crimes in which the computing device is the target; crimes in which the computer is used as a weapon; and crimes in which the computer is used as an accessory to a crime. This seminar will examine these aspects of cybercrime and look at proven ways of counteracting these methods of computer-based fraud.
With today’s projects requiring more integration between traditionally separate security systems and the tools to achieve this becoming more freely available, just what do you need to consider when deploying one of these projects? This presentation will run through the deployment process of an integration project, highlight the areas where delays can occur, the skills required from key personnel and the information required at each step of the way to ensure the project gets delivered.
The aerial threat of drones challenges all existing risk strategies for security. Education and understanding of the drone capability is still at a very low level. ISIS are using them for mortar delivery, spying is a regular occurrence and your walls and CCTV have limited protection from an unwarranted visitor. Your foe has a technology advantage that can easily be acquired from any high-street – the time is right for you to get the edge back!