Apr 9 2010
Kastle Systems International will launch the most advanced security systems technology that features the integration of services for monitoring videos remotely and the utilization of the IP technology.
This technology will be showcased at the metro Washington region Vornado/Charles E. Smith properties in 2010.
The Kastle IP Platform, the core of Kastle System's solution, integrates divergent in-building systems enabling additional information to be gathered and correlated for complete and quicker insights into crucial events. This solution, besides access control, also incorporates enhancements in analytic technology, which empowers surveillance cameras to be used as proactive sensors to facilitate real-time identification and deterrence. For example, it will be possible to detect automatically persons wandering in alleyways during night and then establish an audio channel to talk to these persons, followed by the transmission of related video/image clips to the property manager. Experts of Kastle man and support the information and monitoring of events in these systems.
The video monitoring service of Kastle is considered by the commercial video estate domain as a revolutionary technology. Video surveillance, a widely used feature for most office buildings, is in fact utilized as a passive tool. But this new technology will enable active monitoring and be proactive in terms of safety and security according to the COO of Vornado/Charles E. Smith, Patrick Tyrrell.
Kastle Systems International’s CEO, Piyush Sodha, revealed that disparate building systems are currently used by most property owners for their portfolios that include access and video systems. He informed that the IP platform of Kastle facilitates seamless systems integration, along with the capability for transforming passive videos into active solutions.