From: beyondpr
Published: Tue Nov 10 2009

Best-in-class Intelligent Moving Camera (IMC) provider, Viseum, is offering a small number of last minute FREE passes to attend the Global MSC Security Seminar and Exhibition on Tuesday 17 November. The event is extremely popular and is expected to be oversubscribed. To book your FREE place and see the seminar programme, visit

Aimed at CCTV and Security Managers, IT Heads and Local Education Authority (LEA) Managers, Universities/Colleges, NHS and Hospital Trust Security and Facility Managers, the Global MSC Security Seminar brings together some of the best brains and technology in the industry, under one roof.

The event is being held again in conjunction with Safe Newcastle, the Government Office for the North East and The Security Institute, at the Gosforth Park Marriott Hotel in Newcastle from
09.00-16.30 with a complimentary buffet lunch. During the Seminar, there will be opportunities for delegates to network with other delegates, speakers and exhibitors, who will be illustrating how their products and services assist in meeting the objectives of this Seminar, entitled:
"Risk Reward - Getting the Balance Right by Driving Efficiency."

A handful of Viseum’s invited guests will be treated to a personal demonstrations of the power of the IMC, by Viseum staff present on the day. If you have already booked to attend the seminar and exhibition, you may still catch up with Viseum’s team and enquire about the IMC,
at Stand number 8.

Viseum’s Managing Director, Stuart Thompson, said: "Few seminars if any can offer a better platform to illustrate the power of the IMC. ‘Risk Reward - Getting the Balance Right by Driving Efficiency,’ really says it all about the IMC. The risk is that your problem crime spots will not clear up unless you use the IMC. The reward is that we have seen 100% success rate so far in clearing up trouble spots where the IMC has been deployed. Getting the balance right for those authorities and law enforcement agencies that have seen the IMC first hand has proven to be simple: replace traditional PTZ cameras with IMCs and you will have safer, less problematic and more attractive communities, with a higher crime clear-up rate.

"Whilst the technology is perfect for the LEA and law enforcement environment, it is also equally adept at preventing and detecting crime in any open space environment, so our message is equally as relevant to Facilities Managers, CCTV and security managers, public bodies and private sector organisations. Wherever you need better prevention and detection outdoors, the IMC may be able to help."

Most open space PTZ cameras have already exceeded their life expectancy and in any case, through cost and lack of resources, most of these are pointing the wrong way when crimes occur. Viseum presents an unparalleled value for money offering for clients to stay on top of all their camera installations, by having them perform "proactively manned", yet leave them actually unattended to save money. This is being achieved by replacing or upgrading PTZ cameras to become IMCs, which in turn maximises efficiencies and enables a much more viable solution for CCTV scheme expansion.

The IMC can be completely automated, but if operators are ever available and need to do so, they can always override and take control themselves. Although Viseum IMCs are not reliant on CCTV infrastructures, this unique human-to-machine interplay is now being fully integrated into major brands’ central control rooms. These brands are now enjoying additional revenues, with more and more advanced functionality - never before seen in control rooms. For example; CCTV operators can track activity of interest, but incredibly have the ability to see behind them at the same time!

For further Viseum IMC case studies, testimonials, live demos and further information on technology events,

Press contact
Jon Gardner
Mobile: 07930 697773
DDI: 0114 275 6996

REF: VIS007 – MSC Global Security Seminar
Company: beyondpr
Contact Name: BeyondPR
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 0114 2756996

Visit website »