Unity video solution reduces the cost of fibre in security networks

 
Sara Taylor, Deputy Managing Director at Incentive Lynx Sara Taylor – Balancing the Gender Gap in Security In her latest blog , Sara Taylor of Incentive Lynx discusses the gender gap within the security industry. Read on »
David Ward David Ward – Industrial Tribunal fees In his latest blog for Infologue.com, David Ward of Ward Security discusses the recent  Supreme Court ruling. Read on »
Peter Webster - Chief Executive of Corps Security Peter Webster – Ignoring 50 per cent of the available workforce makes no sense Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, a regular Infologue.com blogger, discusses gender diversity within the private security industry. Read on »
Sunday, 24 September 2017

Unity video solution reduces the cost of fibre in security networks

MEL Secure Systems, the leading developer of surveillance and security solutions, has launched the Unity Video solution.  This innovative new technology enables users to quickly and easily upgrade existing fibre-based security networks with additional hard-wired CCTV cameras without requiring modifications to the network, involving the fibre provider or installing wireless links.  The Unity Video solution will deliver cost savings of up to 90% compared with traditional methods of expanding fibre networks.

The Unity Video solution is the result of many years’ extensive research and development by MEL Secure Systems and allows up to twenty cameras of any brand to be connected to a single existing fibre link.  It is quick and easy to install and will significantly enhance the functionality of installed CCTV systems in a wide range of applications.  The Unity Video solution allows security services to be expanded and maintains the high reliability of fibre without the high ongoing monthly costs associated with this technology, an ongoing challenge that affects control room managers everywhere.

According to Peter Druzyc, Managing Director of MEL Secure Systems:  “This innovative new solution will be of particular interest to the public sector as it comes under increased pressure to reduce spending.  It will enable CCTV networks to be extended whilst meeting the ‘capital expenditure’ approach now being taken by local authorities moving towards having borough-owned infrastructures without line leasing commitments.”The Unity Video solution delivers real-time D1 images for each channel using the latest high quality, low delay H.264 compression technologies.  It enables additional CCTV cameras to be connected, regardless of brand, transmitting full resolution images to control rooms wherever they are located.

The Unity Video solution is compatible with both PAL and NTSC formats and can be specified in a flexible range of configurations including 4, 8, 16 and 20 port versions.

MEL Secure Systems Website


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Interconnective Security Products