Posts Tagged ‘Predator’

iPhone, iPad and CCTV

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

We blogged some time back now about iPhone/iPad requests for CCTV accessibility…………….

Just recently, a new app ‘app’eared (like what I did there!) in the Apple App Store that gives access to the 360 Vision OpenVision range of DVRs and NVRs



Called iDVR-Vue, it draws on the… Continue reading

CCTV NEWS, MEL release their Thermal CCTV camera Unit!

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

MEL Secure Systems have launched an innovative new PTZ Thermal Rapid Deployment unit called the ThunderHawk Thermal…..

Incorporating the previously blogged 360 Vision Predator Thermal IR PTZ camera unit, MEL have added their incredible RF and battery capabilities to launch the World’s first, dual camera, IR and Thermal Rapid Deployable.

Inside is the tried and tested FLIR technology, offering lens choices to 35mm, which in turn delivers… Continue reading

International Security Exhibitions

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

We may be based in the UK, but we always like to follow some of the up and coming International Exhibitions!

Volcano ash permitting, we are looking to bring good information on emerging technologies from the following exhibitions in 2010

ESSEN – Essen, Germany 5th to 8th October

ASIS – Texas, USA 12th to 15th October

ISC EAST – New… Continue reading

Black Hawk IR dome from 360 Vision

Monday, August 9th, 2010

Answering the age old problem of how to illuminate PTZ dome pictures at night time, 360 Vision have announced the availability of their Black Hawk IR Dome range

Drawing on over 20 years of CCTV Manufacturing,  the 360 Vision Technology Black Hawk IR Dome with twin LED IR illuminators is available in a choice of either Cool Grey, White or Black.

Options include:-

  • Dual

Navtech Radar

Friday, July 30th, 2010

An interesting twist on Perimeter protection!

We became aware recently of a new, emerging technology in the Security Industry……….Radar

It’s not a new technology, but certainly new in our industry.

Is it expensive?

Well, yes…….but, you need to look beyond the capital outlay and see what it replaces…

historically, protecting a huge perimeter, such as that of an airport, would involve 10’s or even 100’s… Continue reading