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Trivest Technologies, Vivotek offer to partner government on tackling insecurity

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Trivest Technologies, Nigeria’s security technology company and distributor of Vivotek cameras, has offered hands of partnership to the Federal Government to assist in tackling the persistent insecurity in the country through the provision of integrated network cameras.

Stretching the hands of friendship, the managing director of Trivest Technologies, Sam Fadiora believed that with the rising crime rate and security threat from all quarters in Nigeria – terrorist attacks, bomb blasts, armed robbery, kidnapping, arson, murders, schools invasion by hoodlums and others, security technology remains a most viable solution for government at all levels to contain insecurity.

“Vivotek and Trivest are poised to partner with governments, businesses and individuals in our collective effort to facilitate security of lives and property within our national boundaries. Vivotek’s range of integrated network camera systems is a reliable investment any time,” he said.

Speaking on milestone of Vivotek, Fadiora said in a statement that the technology is one of the world’s leading surveillance network and monitoring solutions designed to support businesses and prevent security risks especially in these times of increasing acts of terrorism and Boko Haram threat.

“If Vivotek’s state-of-the-art 1080p Full HD speed dome network camera SD8363E helped to make the FIFA World Cup a success, their camera range can surely be put to judicious use in Nigeria to help Government in its drive to keep the nation and citizenry safe.

“Vivotek cameras deployed at various points in and around the stadia along with Brazil’s professional military intelligent platform did an amazing job to ensure that the venues were safe, by providing real-time security control helping us to manage the large turnout of football fans and visitors who daily thronged the various stadia to watch and enjoy matches,” according to him.

Steve Ma, executive vice president at Vivotek, further said in the statement, “Large open venues like football stadiums are potential targets for terrorist attacks. Thus, it is crucial to have real-time security control over the entire event, seamlessly protecting the players and also the spectators with an advanced surveillance system. Vivotek is honored that our latest speed dome network camera SD8363E, with high-level reliability and top-notch image quality, supports FIFA and the Brazilian Government to ensure security at the World Cup.”

Vivotek is a full-line IP camera manufacturer based in Taiwan, with an impressive range of indoor and outdoor network cameras, which include the FD8163 and FD8363 IP cameras which are 2-Megapixel, easy-to-use network cameras with features such as 1080p Full HD (High Definition) resolution with superb image quality, Smart IR technology for avoiding overexposure under low light condition and built-in IR lighting effect up to 15 meters, among others, he revealed.

Blessing Onah