GIT offering reduces in-transit theft

http://www.itweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=65191 Active monitoring of vehicles that carry high-value cargo is a viable option for the South African transportation sector, which is experiencing significant losses at the hands of crime syndicates.Monitoring is challenging because the vehicles are moving, and while CCTV solutions allow for remote live footage viewing, these do suffer bandwidth issues, making the feed unstable. Swift and immediate action is essential in this day and age when vehicles are hijacked and stock is stolen,” says Mark Chertkow, MD at Graphic Image Technologies (GIT). “It is crucial to be able to actively monitor the location and nature of a crime as and when it happens to ensure the capture and conviction of perpetrators.” According to GIT, the company’s SerVision mobile DVRs provide video gateways using cellular and wireless technologies to stream live or recorded video to mobile devices or centralised control rooms. This connectivity allows companies to adopt a proactive security strategy, which is important when stock is being transported through dangerous areas. Remote users can locate and track vehicles with full GPS support, up to four cameras, door sensors and an anti-shock DVR chassis, which ensures reliability while on the move, says GIT. USB modems allow for constant video streaming, and built-in WiFi enables wireless backup of stored video to be sent to a storage server. According to GIT, SerVision offers high compression capabilities, which means video can be streamed using any mobile data available, from GPRS to 3G. “The high compression rate allows for video footage to be streamed using less bandwidth and offers real-time image capture and streaming. These aspects are essential to ensure action can be taken as quickly as possible,” says Chertkow. He notes that transcoding allows for high-resolution recordings on demand. “It is essential that a more proactive approach to security monitoring is taken, and furthermore to ensure evidence is available to law enforcement during and after an event,” concludes Chertkow. “Live streaming and surveillance that delivers outside of 3G overage areas enables logistics companies to offer a comprehensive approach to protection as well as improved control to further protect trucks, goods-in-transit as well as people.”
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GIT offering reduces in-transit theft

http://www.itweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6 5191 Active monitoring of vehicles that carry high-value cargo is a viable option for the South African transportation sector, which is experiencing significant losses at the hands of crime syndicates.Monitoring is challenging because the vehicles are moving, and while CCTV solutions allow for remote live footage viewing, these do suffer bandwidth issues, making the feed unstable. Swift and immediate action is essential in this day and age when vehicles are hijacked and stock is stolen,” says Mark Chertkow, MD at Graphic Image Technologies (GIT). “It is crucial to be able to actively monitor the location and nature of a crime as and when it happens to ensure the capture and conviction of perpetrators.” According to GIT, the company’s SerVision mobile DVRs provide video gateways using cellular and wireless technologies to stream live or recorded video to mobile devices or centralised control rooms. This connectivity allows companies to adopt a proactive security strategy, which is important when stock is being transported through dangerous areas. Remote users can locate and track vehicles with full GPS support, up to four cameras, door sensors and an anti-shock DVR chassis, which ensures reliability while on the move, says GIT. USB modems allow for constant video streaming, and built-in WiFi enables wireless backup of stored video to be sent to a storage server. According to GIT, SerVision offers high compression capabilities, which means video can be streamed using any mobile data available, from GPRS to 3G. “The high compression rate allows for video footage to be streamed using less bandwidth and offers real-time image capture and streaming. These aspects are essential to ensure action can be taken as quickly as possible,” says Chertkow. He notes that transcoding allows for high-resolution recordings on demand. “It is essential that a more proactive approach to security monitoring is taken, and furthermore to ensure evidence is available to law enforcement during and after an event,” concludes Chertkow. “Live streaming and surveillance that delivers outside of 3G overage areas enables logistics companies to offer a comprehensive approach to protection as well as improved control to further protect trucks, goods-in-transit as well as people.”
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