Security solutions provider Webeye Ltd is exhibiting at IFSEC, May 17th-19th. The company will showcase how its cloud video alarm platform, webeyeCMS, together with wired CCTV, rapid deployment cameras and sensors, provides a scalable and affordable way of addressing surveillance needs.
The stand IF2637 will have three zones: Self Monitoring, Monitoring Stations and Rapid Deployment, particularly tailored to the construction sector.
Webeye will also be introducing new exciting partnerships with RSPNDR, an on demand guarding service provider, French start-up Artifeel and its innovative Check’in product, a new solution with Luminite’s OculiHD Genesis detectors and Alertex for Fire Alert & Lockdown at remote sites.
In the Self Monitoring zone, visitors will experience how webeyeCMS can help customers looking for a DIY security solution, using a browser or mobile device.
WebeyeCMS is a pay-as-you-go, cloud-based, virtual monitoring station that has processes to ensure that all stakeholders receive video alarms virtually and immediately. As webeyeCMS handles and processes the alarms, end users only need their existing computer or mobile device to receive real-time alerts.
The video alarm monitoring platform is a powerful tool with the ability to monitor, manage and quickly distribute alarms. If required, ‘Calipsa AI’ can also be used to visually verify any intrusion or disturbance within seconds, after the alarm has been triggered. An automated alarm handler can also be enabled to close unverified alarms, focusing operator resources on the priority alarm list.
Webeye’s partnership with RSPNDR adds an extra layer of convenience for its clients. RSPNDR offers the ability to deliver on-demand guard services. Currently in the development stage, RSPNDR’s services will be a one-click button on the webeyeCMS platform, to offer guard response services in under 30 minutes.
The two companies will offer an end-to-end solution that starts with the remote monitoring of all activities through this advanced management technology.
Webeye is emulating a monitoring station at IFSEC, giving the operators a familiar environment to work with, thus demonstrating how webeyeCMS can be seamlessly integrated with their current monitoring set up. The webeyeCMS solution saves time and reduces the cost for operators as they can have a sophisticated IT solution, without needing an in-house development team.
As a cloud-based service, webeyeCMS has no geographical limit. Its services are offered globally, meaning that webeyeCMS users can monitor their sites from anywhere in the world, making it a reliable, cost-effective way of keeping track of even the most vulnerable sites.
Webeye will demonstrate a range of monitoring features, for example the integration of the TOA SC-P620 Horn Speaker, which will allow the guard to communicate with the intruder from the comfort of their monitoring station or mobile device.
Rapid Deployment Zone
Webeye is also demonstrating a door monitoring device, showing how sound and vibration triggered alarms can be a practical scheme to implement on any door opening, including pivot, sliding, roller doors and gates, in both vertical and horizontal configurations.
The product developed by French start-up Artifeel is called Check’in. Check’in is an autonomous alarm box that requires no user intervention once installed. It works continuously and incorporates artificial intelligence to recognise intrusions by distinguishing between vibrations. For instance, a door being pushed, knocked or smashed will produce a different sound vibration to a key turning in the lock. The smartphone-sized box brings together the main elements of a surveillance system and relies on artificial intelligence to facilitate configuration.
Webeye’s research and investment in the Rapid Deployment sector put the company in a leadership position. Webeye has its own M2M SIM cards, but it has also developed the best use of solar-powered energy to provide off-grid, reliable, temporary security solutions, no matter how off the beaten track a site might be.
A Mini Modular Tower for construction sites will be demonstrated, a complete off-grid solar solution with four high resolution cameras, audio and visual deterrents and optional TOA horn speaker (leading photo).
Construction sites usually have no power supply or internet connection. Webeye has an ingenious solution to this scenario: webeyeGo. WebeyeGo is a compact waterproof case that, with its GPS tracker, accelerometer, SIM, solar-rechargeable Lithium battery is the brain that connects to both wired CCTV cameras and HD WiFi cameras with live stream, such as Dahua, Ezviz and Hikvision. Fully integrated with webeyeCMS, providing comprehensive coverage in remote areas and full real time and historical metrics for engineers.
OCULiHD is a 4G battery (optional solar) powered, standalone wireless PIR detector with a built-in 5MP HD camera. It provides rapid visual verification of captured events using the 4G mobile network. Units and sites can be self-monitored and controlled via webeyeCMS from the browser and mobile phone app.
Alertex, a wireless fire alert system is a robust solution that operates over a secure, wireless mesh protocol. It is battery operated and requires no wires or cabling. The units are portable and rapidly deployable and will be integrated into the webeyeCMS platform.
Also, from the Alertex range, Webeye is adopting the Lockdown system for schools, universities and mass gathering event locations, or where other hazards require it.
Last but not least, Webeye will be demonstrating its own wire free alarm system, sensors and HD cameras, Vigileyez. VigilEyez, scheduled to be released Q4 2022. Remote configuration, full device metrics and images on demand are just some of the features you can expect to enjoy.
Visit Webeye on Stand IF2637 and meet the members of the team.