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12.06.2019, 14:27

Visual Verification Solutions at IFSEC 2019

Company News, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, EMEA

OPTEX Europe will be showcasing two intruder identification solutions it has recently released at the IFSEC 2019 security industry exhibition in London from 18-20 June.


The first, the VXI-CMOD, allows users of the manufacturer's 12 metre outdoor intrusion sensors to add visual confirmation of an intrusion via a dedicated App and 180° day/night WIFI camera which broadcasts live or recorded footage and sound.


A second intelligent visual verification solution for monitored alarm systems will also be launched at the event for the UK market and combines a specialist hardware bridge and software package powered by CHeKT which combines separate intruder and ONVIF compliant CCTV technologies installed on the same site into a seamless, integrated monitored solution to allow for verification of intruder alarms.


The company will also be exhibiting enhanced short- and long-range LiDAR sensors from its REDSCAN series which offers an extended detection range.


Compact surveillance radar systems from OPTEX business partner, Spotter RF, which are capable of detecting and tracking people, vehicles and drones, will also be on display.


Masaya Kida, managing director of OPTEX EMEA says:

"OPTEX is excited to be returning to IFSEC in the year of our 40th anniversary.


"Although proud of our heritage, we know we can never stand still and will continue to design and innovate new products and solutions for an ever-changing world.


"Our management, sales, technical and marketing teams will all be at the show to demonstrate the new sensors and visual verification solution, and discuss new opportunities."






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