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Trivest Technologies showcases Vivotek IP Surveillance Cameras at IFSEC 2013


 Trivest Technologies Limited a key player in the Nigeria Integrated Security System Industry have showcased the latest IP surveillance technology from Vivotek in an annual International Fire Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) held in Eko Hotel, Lagos State.

Sam Fadiora the managing director of Trivest Technologies who disclosed that “Vovotek Integrated Security Solutions is an effective and reliable IP surveillance system utilizing Vivotek’s state of the art IP network cameras which enable user to build completely a scalable, high performance wired or wireless IP surveillance system that can monitor and protect valuable assets”.

“Vivotek IP network cameras have an advanced coded technology that allows users to easily view, control, and manage all networked cameras using any standard web browser including Vivotek’s surveillance management software from any networked computer. Vivotek bundles a 32-channel version of this innovative video management tool free with each camera. Additionally, Vivotek offers a comprehensive product line-up, including network cameras, video servers, video receivers, NVR, and central management software”.

“With the security challenges abounding in Nigeria, there is a need to have an integrated IP-based surveillance system that enables you monitor your operations. Trivest’s solutions have the added advantage of intelligent video functionality, which is embedded in surveillance equipment and can detect, identify, and track objects in real-time, reducing false alarm.”

“You can locally or remotely monitor the safety and security of people and property anywhere, anytime. Networked surveillance makes it possible to send live images and audio for remote monitoring, learning, troubleshooting, web broadcasting, and any other activity requiring a remote presence. All this is done leveraging on existing local area network (LAN) infrastructure, offering the user investment protection on existing LAN systems”, Fadiora explained.