ComputerLinks and Centerprise both offered solutions based aroundthe digital cameras and integrating it into existing security policies. Now Electronehas talked about the chance for resellers to handle its editing keypad products.
Stuart Thorn, CEO of Electrone, said that it had devised a padthat allowed cameras to be controlled, videos edited and for it to be simplefor users at all levels in an organisation to get something out of the system.
Thorn said that it would be unveiling its product at theBroadcast Video Expo later this quarter and it was its first time selling intothat market.
He added that is operated its business taking productsuggestions from customers and resellers and expected the CCTV product to chimewith current user demand.
“We are backing the relationship with the partner in thesedifficult times and the priority is to help them maintain the business theyhave and get into new sectors,” he said.
Electrone has been featured in MicroScope before in itsconnection with biometrics and Thorn said that market had not moved as quickly asit had in the US but heremained optimistic about the prospects for physical security products in the UK.