Cathexis to showcase CatVision IP VMS at Security Twenty 13 London

Cathexis-catvision-mainCathexis Europe will be demonstrating its CatVision IP video management software at the Security Twenty 13 conference, to be held at the Hammersmith Novotel hotel in London on 3 July.

Catvision is a video management solution which offers the ultimate in simplicity for installers, integrators and end users alike.It benefits from Cathexis’ 18 years of experience in supplying high end analogue systems, and builds on an in-depth understanding of the needs of installers and users to deliver a cutting edge suite of digital technology, well adapted  to today’s IP-based security demands.

Anyone who is interested in CatVision is invited to download a free trial version from to try it for themselves.

Cathexis sales director Mark Ross said: “CatVision generated a lot of interest at IFSEC, primarily because we have produced a powerful VMS which addresses the specific needs of those installing and using IP video security systems. This means CatVision is extremely easy to load, configure and commission. To reduce complexity, we have introduced a Wizard process that takes the engineer through the entire camera set-up process step by step. Multiple cameras can be added with just a few clicks. To save even more time, the recording configuration process is equally simple, incorporating a ‘cut and paste’ option to set up multiple identical events, rather than having to do them all one by one.

Mark Ross, Cathexis sales director

Mark Ross, Cathexis sales director

“The end result is a simple and easy-to-use engineer interface overlaying a very powerful VMS platform, meaning less training, less time on site and easier maintenance. And Cathexis backs this up with the highest levels of support in the industry.”

CatVision supports the ONVIF interoperability standard, and integrates with the majority of IP camera brands including Acam, ACTi , AMG Panogenics, Arecont Vision, Axis, Bosch, Canon, Hikvision, Honeywell, Mobotix, Oncam, Panasonic, Pelco, Samsung, Sony, and Vivotek.

Installers, end users, consultants, people who work with private security in the police or the armed forces, and buyers of security services will qualify as a VIP and be able to attend the Security Twenty 13 conference for FREE – if they register in advance. Manufacturers are able to attend on a manufacturer delegate or exhibitor package.

Security Twenty 13 is organised by Professional Security Magazine and supported by Videcon. Places are limited, so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment. To see more about the programme, and to register, please click here.

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