XtraVision moves to new offices XtraVision recently purchased a new office at 141 Pretoria Road, Rynfield, Benoni. This move was prompted by the company outgrowing its current home in Kempton Park, which it moved into early last year. Nick Grange, managing director of XtraVision, says, “Our new home allows for future growth and expansion […]
Insight: Fire Safety in malls Shopping centres are large retail spaces, typically covering thousands of square metres, requiring a complex multi-networked fire detection system which can quickly and easily be accessed from a number of locations across the premises. Due to the large number of stores and thousands of daily visitors, it is also […]
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The surveillance market has changed over the past few years, even if we exclude the impact the Coronavirus is having on all markets and economies today. But as the market changes, what is happening to what was (and still is) the foundation for surveillance projects, the video management platform?
The TNO-6010M from Hanwha Techwin, distributed by XtraVision, is a front-facing mobile camera designed for in-vehicle (car or train) use, powered by the Wisenet 5 network. This camera is designed to withstand being mounted inside a vehicle, with adjustable length and a dual-joint design to adapt to any vehicle.
In the event of a rescue operation, it is impossible to predict what dangerous elements lie ahead. Challenges in such an unstable environment, which can be completely dark or filled with smoke, fire, heat, dust and falling unstable ground, is life threatening to both the rescuers and the rescued. Time is therefore of the essence and is one of the greatest factors when carrying out any rescue operation.
When one starts to design a perimeter protection system you need to consider and evaluate the site, taking cognisance of international best practices, such as the four Ds for perimeter protection systems: Deter, Detect, Delay and Defeat.
XtraVision, a distributor of electronic security and fire solutions in Africa and South America, has changed hands. Anthony Rosenbaum founded the company in 2010 and he has sold his 50% stake to Nick Grange, who now takes on the role of managing director. Grange’s partner in the company, Theuns van Schalkwyk, remains on board in the role of technical director.
The FF Group offers a cost-effective Serverless ANPR solution for parking management, in partnership with Hanwha Techwin. The solution enables the ANPR cameras to communicate directly with each other without the need for a server.
The Arteco Video Event Management Software (VEMS) focuses on ease of use and resource management. The company’s research and development principles have united video analytics and video management software on a single platform at competitive price-points to standard VEMS products. The company views video analytics as an enhancement to the video security experience and not as a costly addition or complication to standard video management.