Oncam Grandeye Expands, Bringing its 360-Degree Technology to India
State-of-the-art security is critical. Thanks to Oncam Grandeye,Orphans Village Delhi’s new, purpose-built orphanage - comprised of 24 buildings, and an integral school - will be protected by Oncam Grandeye’s leading 360-degree technology that will “see” the entire space in real time and provide peace of mind to the children and their teachers.
Oncam Grandeye 360-Degree Technology Chosen to Protect Ireland’s Shannon Airport
Oncam Grandeye, the global innovator in technology, security solutions and 360-degree surveillance cameras, has been awarded a contract for the Shannon Airport Authority. Glasgow-based Video Management Systems (VMS), which selected Oncam Grandeye’s technology, will be the local integrator on the project, and the cameras will be controlled and managed through Titan Vision, VMS’ IP CCTV video management and PSIM solution.
Oncam Grandeye 360-Degree Technology to Protect Scotland’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Oncam Grandeye, the global innovator in 360-degree technology and security solutions, has been awarded a contract for Glasgow-based Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Video Management Systems (VMS), which is also based in Glasgow, selected Oncam Grandeye’s technology and will be the integrator on the project.
The US gaming industry's gross revenue in 2009 was close to $100 billion dollars. Close to 40 million people visit Las Vegas every year. In order to remain one step ahead of casino fraudsters and cheats, casino owners have spent millions of dollars on surveillance equipment to protect the casino's assets.
The cruise industry continues to expand as more tourists discover the benefit, convenience and flexibility of cruising. The ability to experience multiple destinations during a single holiday has created a strong market demand for cruising and has seen the industry generate over $15 billion in revenues in 2011 and is set to grow by 5.6% in 2012.
The cost of retail crime including loss prevention was $128 billion in 2011, equivalent to $200 per family.
"The requirement for 360-degree technology is growing - there is a huge demand for high-tech security solutions and 360 plays an important part of that development.
"The technology is an enabler to allow a process to be deployed - people need to start looking at where the market is heading and how 360-degree solutions are going to be incorporated into their business model. I believe within the next few years 360 solutions will become the norm in the security and CCTV industry.
"However, it's more than just a camera: 360 is about intelligently integrating the whole process and turning it into a scalable solution. That's the big difference.
"Having it and doing something with it, rather than just having a 360-degree camera in place for the sake of saying you've got one.
"The overall 360-degree solution is about total situational awareness - knowing everything that is going on without the need for hundreds of cameras (and even with hundreds of cameras you still get blind spots). There is a growing emphasis around the phrase 'total situational awareness' and that is what we, at Oncam Grandeye, pride ourselves in being able to provide to our customers.
"A 360-degree solution can make a tangible difference to a facility's security by the retrospective tracking of an incident. The cameras and the technology enable the acquisition and tracking of 'suspicious' behaviour and the interrogation and verification of a potential threat or incident. It is this evidence that provides the necessary intelligence needed to make a measured response to any situation or potential threat."