IFSEC 2012 is one of the most important dates in the security industry calendar and exactly the right time for Panasonic System Communications Company Europe to announce its latest security and surveillance solutions. The following announcement previews just some of the many highlights that you can expect from Panasonic at IFSEC 2012 with more information becoming available from the Panasonic communications team in the build up and opening of IFSEC 2012. All Panasonic IFSEC 2012 announcements will also be made during the Panasonic Media Briefing on Monday 14/05/2012 from 15:00 on the Panasonic stand Hall 5 C101 and a media kit will be sent directly to accredited security media inboxes upon the release of all Panasonic IFSEC 2012 information.
Panasonic System Communications Company Europe
Panasonic System Communications Company Europe (PSCEU) is now formed as a single European business technology operation, integrating twelve different business to business product categories, project management and integration in to one organisation. PSCEU’s Professional Camera Solutions operation is now composed from three camera technology business units with surveillance solutions taking the central focus for the security industry.
Panasonic launches a new customer approach.
With a long heritage of accomplishment in customer centricity across everything from R&D to service and support, Panasonic will define its security solutions by the clients’ requirements. At IFSEC 2012 Panasonic will show how this vertical approach can be delivered in industry examples from transport to retail and banking to logistics.
Panasonic appoints Ian Compton for Professional Camera Solutions.
PSCEU is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Compton as Head of Security Division UK & Ireland for its security solutions operation. IFSEC 2012 will be a chance for customers and members of the media to meet Ian who brings to Panasonic rich experience from the security and electronics industries.
Panasonic i-Pro Smart HD WV-SP509 identified as the best HD surveillance camera in the industry2.
The first in the SP500 series of full high definition 1080PPanasonic surveillance cameras recently edged out all the other major video surveillance camera brands it was pitted against in a test conducted by Milestone Systems. Whilst the full details of the test are freely available now they will also be available from the Panasonic communications team for the duration of IFSEC 2012.
End-to-End Full-HD 1080P solution.
Whilst Panasonic will introduce additional full high definition 1080P solutions in the i-Pro Smart HD camera line up, the announcement of a new software update for the coveted WJ-NV200 network video recorder will also denote a major development of the Panasonic end-to-end Full-HD surveillance solution with everything covered from 1080P image acquisition to recording, storage and viewing.
Additional business intelligence enhancements for WJ-NV200 NVR
Whilst running existing WJ-NVF20 additional business intelligence kit software, Gender &Age Profiling intelligence extends system capabilities for surveillance in commercial and marketing applications where profiling can provide valuable insight. Measure consumer behaviour in the retail environment or analyse activity in logistics. With enhancements for 1080P, new software updates are expected to improve face matching capabilities to enhance suspect detection and improve performance in commercial applications to previously unsurpassed levels.
Innovative camera technology launches.
With IFSEC 2012 established as the platform for surveillance camera launches, Panasonic will announce more than twenty new H.264 IP camera solutions many of which will be exhibited on the Panasonic stand. With some exciting new concepts and extensions to existing ranges the complete line up will cater for a wide gamut of industries and end user requirements.
With Panasonic as the AV Worldwide Sponsor of the Olympic Games and 2012 being the year the UK’s capital will host the Olympic Games, Panasonic will make information available to the media that will explain how the latest Panasonic audio visual technology is being used to help bring the experience of this vast sporting event to the world. Panasonic technology and solutions already announced around London 2012 include the latest video codec technology3, innovative new camera systems including integrated solutions for 3D acquisition and the kinds of high definition display technology that are being used inside and outside Olympic Games venues to ensure everybody can enjoy the 2012 Games and witness the exciting action from wherever they may be.
Plus lots more
with more excitement in store and plenty more Panasonic technology that will help organisations operate with better security, more efficiency whilst reducing costs the best way to find out more will be to visit Panasonic at IFSEC 2012 in Hall 5stand C10.