Two of Israelâ€™s largest banks, Bank Hapoalim and Bank Leumi, have decided to implement and upgrade their usage of the DViR, an all-in-one surveillance, security and storage application for use in bank branches. This product was designed by Visual Defence, a provider of integrated IP solutions to the security and defence markets (LSE: VDI), to be a robust and cost effective management tool for the monitoring of live and recorded video over a multi-site, network-centric environment.
Both projects encompass over 750 DViRs used in bank branches. The DViR will also be utilized to record multiple surveillance feeds for each ATM transaction, tagging video footage to transaction information, making it easier to confirm ATM transactions and detect fraud.
Stuart Steinberg, Chief Corporate Officer at Visual Defence comments:
â€œThe DViR was designed specifically for distributed environments such as banks, which explains why the DViR has been implemented in every financial institution in Israel. The expansion of DViR usage by both of these important clients confirms the effectiveness of this application, and we look forward to future dealings with both Bank Hapoalim and Bank Leumi.â€
Visual Defence, headquartered in Canada, isÂ a global leader in the delivery of security-oriented communications and management systems over IP for the security and defence marketplace. The ability to stream, secure, store and retrieve high quality digital video and audio over standard wireline and wireless networks eliminates the role of expensive and inflexible legacy CCTV and security systems. Visual Defence providesÂ innovative systems design, engineering and development services that integrate with its 'best-of-breed' technology platforms to ensure clients receive a comprehensive solution offering. Information about Visual Defence can be found on www.visualdefence.com.