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June 16, 2010

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Whitepaper: Multi-residential access management – The move to digital

CCTV Center supports FLIR thermal imaging products and technology

The company has invested heavily in extensive staff training in thermal imaging technology, products, control software and system design.

Tim Cocks, CCTV Center director, and Carl Hayesmore, technical manager, have both been trained at FLIR’s International Training Centre.

The training investment ensures that FLIR products receive comprehensive technical support, so that customers wishing to specify and quote for thermal imaging in security applications can draw on CCTV Center’s in-house expertise.

CCTV Center is also able to offer a combination of thermal imaging systems with cutting edge IP technology.

Cocks said: “CCTV Center can now help customers to design and specify FLIR thermal imaging systems, including how to use thermal imaging to complement CCTV and security systems.

“Our unique product and system pre-configuration service has been extended to thermal imaging products, to ensure network-based thermal imaging systems operate correctly, before they are delivered to site.

“A training course for security integrators, covering when and how to use thermal imaging, is now available and we have fitted our demonstration facility at Lane End with FLIR products.

“For integrator customers considering using thermal imaging technology, we have a mobile demonstration facility which we can take to their premises. We have found that when thermal imaging is seen in operation, its potential as an effective detection tool is immediately apparent.”

Ashley Wyton, FLIR distribution manager UK & Ireland, said: “CCTV Center has invested in, and embraced, thermal technology. I fully endorse its ability to specify FLIR thermal technology for integrators and end users alike.”

FLIR thermal imaging products have IP network and analogue connections, for flexibility. CCTV Center is already working with customers to specify thermal imaging in large industrial and utility sites.

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