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Vista At IFSEC

by msecadm4921

Vista is exhibiting three new products for the first time at IFSEC 2004: VNPR Lite, Vista TEAM, and the latest models in the Vista PowerDome range.

The Vista VNPR Lite number plate recognition system is designed for the small and medium commercial market, covering up to two lanes and operating as a standalone PC. It has all the recognition technology of the full VNPR system. TEAM – Transaction EPoS and ATM Monitoring ‘ is a till monitoring solution.
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What they say
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Huw Edwards, Norbain’s Marketing Manager, said: "Billed as ‘The World’s Leading Security Event’, IFSEC is a very important vehicle for us to release major new products. Our take-up of new products is now so rapid that we have three important Vista releases on display for the very first time at IFSEC. We are confident that there will be enormous interest in seeing these products put through their paces on our stand." Vista TEAM, Transaction EPoS and ATM Monitoring, is a till monitoring solution that provides users with a highly efficient and easily searchable method for recording and reviewing integrated transaction and CCTV data, from a multitude of EPOS (Till) machines. Vista TEAM helps to pinpoint store crime and can help eliminate all the common types of suspect sales by providing incontrovertible evidence at the point of sale. The Vista PowerDome has proved popular since the first domes in the range were released at IFSEC a year ago, the distributors report. The latest extensions to the range are a colour/mono dome and a vandal resistant model. They boast the spec of other PowerDome variants, including 24 dynamic privacy zones, 128 pre-sets with 0.01 degree accuracy, and 400-degrees per second pan and tilt movement, plus plug and play installation.
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Ian Fowler, Technical Training Manager at Norbain SD, is among the invited speakers at IFSEC, on the topic of ‘Hybrid Networks: the best of both worlds’. He will cover the concept of ‘Distributed Intelligence’, which he describes as a way to combine IP technology with traditional coaxial transmission and avoid the exponential growth in IP addresses that could otherwise generate a very significant growth in programming and commissioning effort and cost. He said: "IP is already having a highly significant effect on the development of the CCTV industry but it will be some time before IP dominates the scene. In the meantime, hybrid networks offer the best route for existing CCTV users who want to enjoy the benefits of IP transmission without investing in a completely new system.’

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