KORE Telematics, a digital wireless services provider specializing in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, has teamed with RSI VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES to offer an innovative wireless video security system. Powered by the KORE network, the RSI VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES Videofied system can now be deployed in minutes.

There is a growing need to protect assets in locations that lack wireline connectivity, such as telephone or Ethernet cabling. Even AC power may not always be freely available. In these cases, live alarm transmission has been traditionally impossible, with video security accomplished by connecting cameras to a digital video recorder. This often forces law enforcement officials to watch robberies hours after a theft has taken place. The Videofied wireless video system solves this problem by instantly reporting video alarms over the KORE digital wireless network. It is an entirely wireless solution, with no need for cabling or wireline connectivity, and can be installed in the most remote locations. Relying on the KORE network for reliable connectivity, RSI VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES now provides a video security solution that helps thwart robberies in progress.

“Through our relationship with KORE, we’re able to rapidly deploy a cost-effective wireless video security solution to stem the growing crime rate,” said Keith Jentoft, president of RSI VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES. “Facilities and residences struggling with security issues can now combat theft with 24x7 video alert monitoring delivered over the KORE wireless network.”

The Videofied night vision camera is automatically activated when an intruder is picked up on the device’s motion sensor. It can then send ten-second video clips over the KORE network to the client’s contracted security company, or their own monitoring station, when intruders enter protected facilities. More information at http://www.rsivideotech.com