SecurityWorldMarket

04/05/2018

Latest Vectis IX includes banking features

Parsippany, NJ (USA)

The picture comparison feature helps banks ensure the environment has not been tampered with.

This latest version of Vanderbilt's Vectis IX specialises in banking features. This new product is ready for download and is cited by the company as being a good alternative to Vanderbilt’s old Sistore MX.

Vanderbilt Vectis IX has been tested to the highest approval standards and so has achieved UVV Kassen certification.

The "4 eyes principle" (2 user login for playback) protects worker privacy rights as it ensures they cannot be secretly monitored by their co-workers or superiors in their working environment. To achieve this access to playback can be restricted by requiring two user logins. One of the users must be the 4-eye master in order to playback the video. 

The picture comparison feature means that a reference picture of an area within the bank (e.g. the ATM machine) can be created to compare against a live picture after a certain spell of time. This helps the bank ensure their environment has not been tampered with. A reminder can be set to regularly check this feature.

Through the NPC II converter, Vectis has the ability to interface with ATMs. Transaction data can be stored and linked to one or more cameras. All transactions can be reviewed in alarm mode, showing the transaction and the associated video. In addition, specific information can be searched for such as amount, bank codes or bank accounts.

Vectis also has the ability for complete customisation of recording lengths. This feature coincides with banking laws and demonstrates an effective level of flexibility within the product for banks.

There is also the facility to set the system to lock itself after a certain time to avoid unauthorised access. In addition, the whole screen can be blocked to cover all live pictures. This feature essentially provides another option to ensure sensitive data and privacy can be protected. Even if there is a breach after working hours, the wrong people cannot access the cameras.

Vectis utilises the latest H.265 codec between camera and NVR. H.265 is the successor of H.264 and saves even more storage when recording.

With the Overwriteprotection on alarm/event clips users can mark certain cameras so that when an alarm is triggered and they automatically begin recording, those recordings are protected and cannot be overwritten. This provides peace of mind and flexibility for the bank when dealing with issues such as robberies and suspicious alarms, etc.

The Vectis IX can now be configured to send messages to a mobile phone in case of an event or alarm. This push notification feature allows for around the clock updates and for action to be take in real-time should a situation arise.


Tags

Product Suppliers
Back to top