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SeeTec’s tailored video solutions at this year’s Security Essen

09-06-2012 11:20 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: SeeTec AG

Security Essen celebrates its 20th anniversary and SeeTec joins the party. From September 25th – 28th SeeTec shows cutting-edge IP-based video management solutions in cooperation with eyevis and Rimage as partners at booth 213 in hall 2.

This year’s fair presence focuses on the SeeTec Multi Solution Platform. Based on a joint software architecture this flexible system concept offers numerous modules and enlargement options. This enables a video management ecological system which answers not only to specific industry requirements but to indivdual needs of companies or organizations. SeeTec systems can be embedded smoothly in a great number of business processes and workflows to consolidate the generated information with the recorded video material. That’s why image data is available in a better way and can be evalutated easily. This leads often to lower costs and opens completely new revenue potentials.

In the context of Security Essen SeeTec exhibits classical security applications next to exemplary solution scenarios in the field of transportations/logistics, retail, finance as well as critical infrastructure and cities on 50 square metres. SeeTec 5.4 will be used as the latest product version, which supports not only more than 200 new camera models but offers new features to archive image data efficiently and to visualize optimal on tablets and big screen systems.

Please find further information concerning SeeTec’s fair presence on:
http://www.seetec.eu/about-us/events/security-2012/seetec-on-security-essen/

SeeTec AG is one of the leading vendors of manufacturer-neutral full IP video man-agement software, supporting a wide range of edge device from all well-known hardware manufacturers and providing the SeeTec Multi Solution Platform with in-tegrated vertical solutions and interfaces to numerous third party applications. In addition to the standard video surveillance products made in Germany such as SeeTec ProBox (for small and mid-size projects) and SeeTec Enterprise Edition (for mid-size and large projects), SeeTec offers additional modules such as license plate recognition or video analytics. Besides merely security-related solutions, SeeTec provides value packages amongst others for the retail, finance and logistics sector, integrating video surveillance with business processes. This makes the use of video management systems more efficient and convenient. SeeTec supports its customers in all project stages – starting with planning and consulting and covering also the after sales stage with a comprehensive service approach to keep the video system up to date at any time. Trainings for SeeTec sales partners and end customers are available all year round and on an international basis. Besides the headquarter in Philippsburg, Germany, SeeTec is operating sales offices in Austria, Switzerland, France, Scandinavia, Turkey and the United Kingdom, further markets such as the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Russia are covered by dedicated sales persons.

SeeTec AG
Anna Wiegel
Wallgärtenstr. 3, 76661 Philippsburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 7256 / 80 86 0, Fax: +49 (0) 7256 / 80 86 15
marketing@seetec.de, www.seetec.eu

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