Monday, November 26, 2007
EAS integration will allow retailers to not only receive alarms when an un-scanned item attempts to leave the store but will trigger exit door video to automatically be recorded and marked as an EAS event. This video will even be available in live time to store management using their PDA’s, thus allowing for faster and more appropriate responses to potential shoplifting incidents.
The EAS system will not only record video when an EAS tagged item leaves the store but will also be able to match it up with video of the shelf where the item is stocked. In this manner the GeoVision surveillance system will be able to quickly provide a video trail of the attempted shoplifting incident.
Through more effective EAS video integration retailers can take advantage of their GeoVision CCTV security camera system to reduce loss and the costs associated with preventing and or prosecuting shoplifters.
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Tuesday, November 13, 2007
John Beagle, CEO of CameraSecurityNow.com, said his goal for the new Online Security Camera E-Store was simply “To improve the speed at which we process orders for those customers who have a straight forward security camera or DVR need”.
Beagle went on to say that unlike the firms main Security Camera website, that targets complete security systems for medium to large scale businesses, the Tech-Army E-Store is designed for smaller, and simpler security camera needs.
There are however several complete security camera packages in the E-Store and security consultants are always available for free phone consultations. Should any security system have the need for onsite installation those services are offered from Camera Security Now by way of their nationwide Tech Army installers.
Thursday, November 08, 2007
The GeoVision Server Configuration Video Project Continues!
This is now the 5th "do-it-yourself" style DVR setup video produced by Bryan Wood of the Tech-Army for Camera Security Now.
In this video Bryan talks about how to use a Motion Mask to mark off certain areas of your video for either special attention or for exclusion from the motion detection software.
A must watch video that can make your GeoVision DVR system all the more useful.
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