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International Fire And Security Exhibition Show

9 May 2006

International Fire And Security Exhibition Show (Ifsec), Birmingham, Uk

Wellington based Cieffe New Zealand Ltd are delighted to announce that the latest Cieffe products have received top awards at the world's largest international security exhibition, currently being held at Birmingham, United Kingdom 8-11 May 2006.

Cieffe received The Best New CCTV Product for 2006 and was also awarded the supreme accolade of the Overall Best Product/Service of 2006 out of 28 finalists chosen from an array of more than 1000 entries worldwide for 2006.

Cieffe Nettuno Senses - Cieffe's latest state of the art network video codec with built in high performance video analytics used in sophisticated video surveillance and recording systems was declared a stand out winner of the 2006 IFSEC show by the judging panel.

Cieffe Nettuno Senses converts any conventional camera into a high performance network camera with intelligent alarms, delivered directly from the camera video - object detection and tracking, object counting, object speed, queue detection, panic alarm, left luggage alarm, wrong way alarm and many other complex events are detected in real time and processed by our Digital CCTV systems.

High quality video and accurate video analytics information are delivered over IP network for monitoring and recording, greatly enhancing the ability to provide early detection and automated or manual responses to security threats.

Cieffe Srl of Italy and Cieffe NZ Ltd have undergone tremendous growth since 2000 on the back of increased demand for sophisticated Digital CCTV systems in Australasia. In the last two years Cieffe NZ Ltd has been awarded major government border protection contracts in Australia as well as numerous premier airport installations in NZ, Australia and SE Asia. For more information on Cieffe, Nettuno Senses and other leading Digital CCTV technology products please visit .


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