Video-based fire detection with AVIOTEC is taking the next step offering flame and smoke detection also for applications with low illuminations. This allows fire detection and remote optical verification during night time. In addition, it offers scheduled sensitivity adjustments for fire detection enabling up to three individual surveillance modes depending on the activity and the time of the day. A higher robustness and at the same time an increased sensitivity improve detection performance and reliability.
By collaborating with wireless specialist LumenRadio, SKF has developed a new wireless sensor as part of a condition monitoring system for improving rotating equipment performance programs on a scale previously considered uneconomic.
The ONVIF compliant 4, 8 and 16 channel plug & play NVR with PoE devices, which are supplied with a new intuitive, user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI), are designed to be suitable for virtually any small to medium size video surveillance applications which require a cost-effective, robust and reliable video recording and storage solution. As such, they are ideal for office, retail, warehouse and office type environments which do not need a high number of cameras, but where users wish to have the ability to record images captured by ultra-high-definition cameras.
The rapidly escalating global emergency caused by the recent on-set of the coronavirus infection, has quickly paralysed our normal lives. Those who can work remotely have been confined to their homes, security checks to enter some workplaces have become tougher while some workplaces have shut down. The ones who do operate offer limited real-time knowledge to the employer or building manager of how many people are moving through their buildings and if they are authorised or not.
The latest version of SAUTER’s building management system opens up new possibilities for energy and building management. This includes a new chart module with various chart types and display options. In addition, there is the new master schedule and the use of collective alarms. As part of a complete solution, other SAUTER devices can also be recorded and listed in the cloud via MQTT. The new features are complimented by the support of the latest BACnet standard – and full compliance with the new B-XAWS certification is guaranteed.
Large installations, critical infrastructures and a wide range of commercial and public buildings face a real challenge when it comes to investing in an effective alarm management system. Not only must building owners be sure of an adequate alarm response to events or security breaches, any solution must also integrate with a diverse range of other systems to make it easy to control everything from security and safety to building automation.