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IP based integrated systems on show at IFSEC

Honeywell Systems Group : 14 May, 2009  (New Product)
Honeywell has chosen IFSEC to showcase its range of products designed for providing integrated surveillance systems
Honeywell will showcase its latest integrated, IP-based security systems at IFSEC 2009, which is being held at the NEC Birmingham from May 11-14.

Visitors to the Honeywell stand E70 in Hall 4 can see a variety of recently launched products and solutions designed to help installers win more business and boost their revenues. These include the Fusion III v3.6 Digital Video Recorder (DVR), HCX MegaPixel camera range, Acuix ES PTZ and fixed dome cameras and Performance Series security cameras.

IFSEC also sees the unveiling of Honeywell's Trained Specifier Certification (TSC) programme, designed to help consultants and specifiers stay in touch with market trends. The company will also promote its Systems Integrator Programme (SIP), which provides customers with industry knowledge through a wide range of training programmes.

The products and solutions taking the spotlight on the Honeywell stand this year include:

Fusion III v3.6 Digital Video Recorder (DVR) and HCX MegaPixel camera range - Providing security installers and integrators with a comprehensive Honeywell IP Video solution alongside its analogue solutions, the Fusion III v3.6 DVR is ideal for organizations such as government facilities, educational centers, commercial buildings and municipal environments looking to expand digital or analogue networks with the latest IP technology. The solution offers full integration with Honeywell's new HCX MegaPixel camera range as well as the Equip range of IP cameras and Acuix IP PTZ domes.

Acuix ES PTZ and fixed dome cameras - This line of pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) and fixed dome cameras has a reduced footprint that fits into most surveillance environments. Operating on less than 15 watts of power, the Acuix ES offers energy efficiency as well as ease of installation and operation.

Performance Series security cameras - The Performance Series incorporates indoor and indoor/outdoor mini-domes as well as bullet cameras, many with infrared (IR) illumination. The line is ideal for organizations looking for cost-effective security surveillance.

Recognising that success for installers and consultants in 2009 is about more than just product, Honeywell is launching training programmes that deliver valuable sales, marketing and technical support and training. These programmes include:

Trained Specifier Certification (TSC) - Honeywell's TSC programme will be officially launched at IFSEC. It is designed to help consultants and specifiers stay in touch with market developments and trends as well as new solutions, applications and technology. This richly varied programme provides participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today's market and encourages a rewarding relationship between Honeywell and the key security consultants, consulting engineers and specifiers who drive leading edge security solutions across Europe.

Systems Integrator Programme (SIP) - This programme is designed specifically to help system integrators generate new business, stimulate growth and build and sustain customer relationships, providing them with a variety of marketing, training and support resources. Honeywell offers three membership tiers to participants, and courses are held at the company's Training Centres of Excellence in the UK, Netherlands and Germany.

"We are witnessing dramatic change in the security space: systems are moving from analog to digital; applications are bridging physical and logical security; and companies are adopting a more holistic approach than ever before," said Vineet Nargolwala, general manager EMEA, Honeywell Systems Group. "At IFSEC we are demonstrating the rich variety of ways in which Honeywell is responding to these changes and is protecting our customers' businesses, from two-door systems to multi-site access control and video security, and integrated systems based on IP or analogue. We are also launching new training initiatives designed to enable our customers to stay ahead of industry changes."
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