Panasonic's green initiative begins with the corporate “eco ideas” commitment to produce energy-efficient products, reduce CO2 emissions in manufacturing and encourage the global growth of environmental activities. Panasonic has achieved ISO 14001 certification for environmental management of its manufacturing sites by reducing emissions, employing materials recycling procedures and developing manufacturing practices that produce low material waste. Panasonic is also certified RoHS-compliant, representing a significant reduction in the use of lead and other hazardous materials in manufacturing. Panasonic cameras and other system components are designed to consume less power, reduce materials usage, and enable simplified system design.
New video surveillance products on display from Panasonic include the new i-PRO WV-ASM200 Video Management Software, which can unify hundreds of network and analog cameras, network and analog recorders, and encoders into a centralized control platform. Even multi-recorder, multi-site systems are easy to manage using the WV-ASM200's intuitive operation, camera, alarm and recorder icons, and map display.
New Panasonic analog cameras include all-in-one PTZ domes featuring 36x zoom and Super Dynamic 6 technology, and a line of cost effective boxed and fixed dome analog cameras. Panasonic will also display a new line of compact POE network cameras with recording on SD Memory Cards that are ideal for discreet operation on buses as well as trains, subways, elevators and at ATMs.
“Our new network and analog cameras and expanded VMS solution on display here at ASIS deliver the performance and functionality that the industry has come to expect from each new generation of Panasonic products,” continued Mr. Taylor. “In addition to protecting customers’ assets, property and people, they are engineered and manufactured to help protect our global environment.”
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