CCTV Surveillance images viewed on Microsoft Pocket PC and Palm OS Mobile Devices enable security and law enforcement to thwart crime and terrorism, such as the London bombings.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB via MobilityNewswire) August 1,
2005 -- eView Technologies, a diversified Security and Automation Management
organization providing intelligent video surveillance technologies, today
announced that it is responding to the increasing demand from law enforcements
agencies and end-users for use of handheld mobile devices to provide
surveillance security. eView Technologies will support Microsoft Pocket PC (PPC)
and Palm Operating Systems (OS) to extend eView Manager surveillance security
software suite to mobile devices. Enterprises and government agencies can
achieve new levels of productivity and security without disastrous, costly and
time-consuming challenges to share closed-circuit television (cctv) video
surveillance images and intelligence information, across secure and trusted
"The ability to instantly capture, document and share real-time video images over any network, is a tremendous advantage to an organization," said Kevin Shahbazi, eView Technologies' President and CEO. "eView Technologies' commitment to push and pull cctv video surveillance images via handheld mobile devices provides unparalleled productivity for law enforcement agents, individuals and their companies. Use of prevention or detection tools is a huge help in avoiding catastrophes. When it comes to protecting lives, the nation's infrastructure or business assets, our company’s focus is first on prevention and than on detection."
Video surveillance technology has tremendous advantages for a wide range of applications, from factory automation, wild life and environmental protection to physical building security. Law enforcement agencies report that in Chicago, with 2000 surveillance cameras, they've helped drive crime rates to the lowest they've seen in 40 years. In Philadelphia, cameras caught an early morning murder which ultimately led to the capture of a suspect. Police say the accused is now a suspect in an unsolved murder from 1998. Senator Hillary Clinton called for New York City subway officials to install more cameras (The Associated Press, 7/24/05, by Robert Tanner).
eView Technologies offers innovative security and productivity products for clients who desire to improve their security and IT infrastructure, to enhance their customers' experience and, in turn, dramatically improve their own bottom line. The eView Manager product line from eView Technologies delivers an entirely new level of security and process management that introduces science into the digital video surveillance security technology. eView Technologies' product suite protects against internal fraud and theft, sabotage, malicious acts and legal exposure. It also helps an organization to enjoy the same protection outside their physical boundaries. eView Manager is also designed to work with camera stacks from a vast array of manufacturers. Specific features and functions can be studied in detail at the eView Technologies web site, www.eViewTechnologies.com.
About eView Technologies
Confidently helping organizations protect their enterprise, eView Technologies develops, markets, and supports an integrated digital video surveillance security and productivity suite. During the past two decades and prior to founding, eView Technologies' founders and executive management team have earned a global reputation for innovative, standards-based, security solutions and have captured numerous national and international industry awards. As an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), eView Technologies' security suite includes a wide range of products, productivity solutions, cryptographic and e-security applications. eView Technologies markets and sells its solutions worldwide directly and through the channel, and a wide variety partners. For further information and press releases on eView Technologies, please visit http://www.eViewTechnologies.com or by calling (703) 378-8884, FAX (309) 401-5895.
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