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New systems for mobile and remote-site surveillance

by Andy Clutton

synecticsSynectics has expanded its Synergy range of surveillance solutions with the launch of two new products, Synergy Compact and Synergy Tablet. The announcement follows the roll-out of Synectics’ evolved Synergy 3 command and control platform earlier this year.

Synergy Compact, with on-board Synergy 3 software, offers access to camera controls, recording, video playback and incident management tools in one secure and robust hardware platform. The solution is ideal for local or remote sites (federated site applications) that require on-site surveillance command and control, while also connecting to an over-arching command and control centre.

Available in two formats, Pro and Ultra, and with a touch screen interface, Synergy Compact can support up to 32 IP video channels and is compatible with over 25 manufacturers’ IP cameras and encoder ranges for maximum flexibility.

Units can also be stacked to support up to 128 cameras on a single site, giving the added advantage of scalability according to changing site size and requirements.

David Aindow, Synectics’ Product and Technical Director, explained: “Any multi-site, security critical business is likely to require a centralised surveillance monitoring and control solution with full network reach, but on site video recording and management at specific locations, particularly those in remote areas, is often beneficial too. Synergy Compact is designed to offer a reliable and effective mechanism for achieving this.”

Synergy Tablet takes the concept of localised surveillance support a step further, offering mobile situational awareness for security teams in the field.

Through wireless connectivity, users can access Synergy command and control functionality via their ruggedised Synergy Tablet device. As well as being able to select, view and control both live and recorded footage, users can access maps, alarm data and management work flows at the swipe of a finger.

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