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Vehicle based NVR for security and advertisingtest

05 June, 2009
Plustek is expanding its range of network video recorders to include a model for use on public transport that can also be used simultaneously as a video server for display advertisingtest
Although it was sited in the middle of the bustling Taiwan pavilion at IFSEC, the bright orange branding of Plustek wasn't difficult to find once I knew where to look. Although the company isn't huge, it's presence on the world security market is global with offices in the USA, Germany, France, Russia and the UK. I therefore didn't expect to find them in the Taiwan pavilion any more than I'd expect to find LG in the Korea pavilion.

Plustek manufacture a very creditable range of video recording products for smaller businesses with the NVR4000 proving popular with shops and small users and the new NVR4020 providing simultaneous recording and playback functions. Each is a true IP solution for digital cameras including Plustek's own range of IP domes as well as IP cameras from Axis, Mobotix and Sony amongst others, proving that Plustek is taking a serious approach to digital surveillance and forging the alliances necessary to conform to the open architecture that IP surveillance implies.

I spoke to Edward Hill, the UK manager for Plustek who was manning the stand and discussed what the future had in store for the company. As well as another entry-level NVR for smaller businesses, the company is also releasing an NVR for vehicle use (the 4200V) equipped with 3G/GSM transmission capabilities. Primarily for targeting at public transport users, the vehicle based NVR also acts as a video server providing the bus companies with an opportunity to run video based display advertising on their buses.
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