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Eagle Eye Networks acquires Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe BV

Cloud-based video surveillance Eagle Eye Networks has acquired Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe BV (PCMSEU), whose flagship products are Panasonic Cameramanager and Panasonic Nubo. The two companies operate in the same market cloud-based video surveillance with Eagle Eye Networks the dominant force in North America and PCMSEU the clear European leader. PCMSEU operates more cloud-recorded cameras than any other company in Europe by some distance.

The acquisition of CMSEU gives Eagle Eye Networks a bridgehead into the European market and creates a truly global player in a still nascent cloud surveillance market that is growing at a much faster rate than the conventional DVR/NVR segment. Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe BV will be renamed Eagle Eye Networks BV. Serving as the European headquarters for Eagle Eye, the European giant will now sell and support the expanded Eagle Eye product line. Our dealers in Europe have responded with overwhelming support for this acquisition. It will greatly enhance our sales and support efforts in the European market, said Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks. The strong and experienced team in cloud video surveillance at our new Eagle Eye EMEA headquarters will make it possible for us to provide a tremendous level of support to all of our dealers in the region. Eagle Eye Networks are exhibiting at IFSEC International between 20-22 June 2017 at London ExCeL. You will find th em on stand C1025 . Get your free badge now.

The Eagle Eye NuboCam All PCMSEU employees will be retained following the deal. Cameramanager co-founders Rishi Lodhia and Tijmen Vos will remain with the company as managing director and technical director of Eagle Eye Networks EMEA respectively. Said Rishi Lodhia: This is a unique opportunity to bring two pioneers in cloud video surveillance together and deliver a broad portfolio of innovative cloud surveillance solutions. Eagle Eye and Cameramanager dealers worldwide will now have a wider selection of cloud video products to meet their customers needs. Panasonic Cameramanager, on which small and medium businesses can watch and manage live and recorded surveillance footage from their smartphone, will be renamed Eagle Eye CameraManager. Eagle Eye plans to expand global sales of CameraManager to meet demand for direct camera to cloud connectivity. CameraManager cloud surveillance products boast optional storage methods, motion detection, push notifications and cloud based video analytics. Lacking the onsite bridge device of the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS, the CameraManager solution can be more cost-effective for smaller camera counts per location. Eagle Eye Cameramanager Eagle Eye Networks BV will continue to sell Eagle Eye Cloud Security VMS in Europe to customers that prioritise camera interoperability and have high camera counts.

Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS supports more than 1,000 different digital cameras, over 10,000 different analogue cameras, up to 10 years of video retention and very large camera counts. Panasonic Nubo, which becomes Eagle Eye NuboCam, is an LTE camera and was the world s first mobile video monitoring surveillance camera when it launched in 2015. Datacenters Eagle Eye Networks operates datacenters in California, Texas, Canada, Japan (two), the UK and thanks to the acquisition two in the Netherlands. Eagle Eye Networks are exhibiting at IFSEC International between 20-22 June 2017 at London ExCeL. You will find th em on stand C1025 . Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s only large-scale security event in 2017 Taking place in London, 20 22 June 2017, IFSEC International gives you exclusive hands-on access to over 10,000 security solutions, live product demonstrations, and networking with over 27,000 security professionals.

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Private Investigations

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Private Investigations” Private Investigations Single by Dire Straits from the album Love over Gold B-side “Badges, Posters, Stickers, T-Shirts” Released 23 August 1982 Recorded 8 March – 11 June 1982 Genre Progressive rock Length 6:45 (Album version)
5:51 (Single edit) Label Vertigo Writer(s) Mark Knopfler Producer(s) Mark Knopfler Dire Straits singles chronology “Tunnel of Love
(1981) “Private Investigations
(1982) “Industrial Disease
(1983) Love over Gold track listing “Telegraph Road
(1) “Private Investigations
(2) “Industrial Disease
(3)

Private Investigations” is a song by the British rock band Dire Straits from their album Love over Gold. Although it was not released as a single in the United States, it reached the number 2 position in the United Kingdom (despite its length), and is one of their biggest chart successes in the UK. Similarly, the album it came from, Love over Gold, only sold 500,000 copies in the United States, though it was well-received elsewhere. The track also appeared on the compilation albums Money for Nothing and Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits, and is the title track to the more recent 2005 compilation, Private Investigations: The Best of Dire Straits & Mark Knopfler. The song begins with a sinister, deep-pitched synthesizer orchestration, leading into a slow piano progression accompanying a classical guitar, followed by several spoken verses.

After the verses, the song opens up into a slow, bass-driven beat, with strident electric guitar chords at the end, before the gradual diminuendo featuring extended interplay between Mark Knopfler‘s acoustic guitar and marimba played by Mike Mainieri. On the Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits DVD, Mark Knopfler said this about the song: “It’s just about the Private Investigations… “What have you got at the end of the day” – Nothing more than you started out with…” It is said the song was inspired by author Raymond Chandler.1

This song was also modified by Mark Knopfler into a film score for the Bill Forsyth movie Comfort and Joy in 1984, where you can hear the song broken up into portions and used for certain scenes. The riff from the song was used on a BT advert in 1994.

Chart positions

Country Peak
position Australia #19 New Zealand #16 The Netherlands #1 UK #2

References

  1. ^ “Happy Birthday Raymond Chandler: Five Songs For the Master of Mystery”.

    houstonpress.com.

    2013-07-23.

    Retrieved 2016-04-07.

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Turkey's private security 'army' numbers over 200,000 | World Tribune

Special to WorldTribune.com

ANKARA Turkey has amassed a private security force larger than
many NATO states.

The Private Security Associations Federation asserted that Turkey
contains 217,000 security personnel. The federation reported 1,430 security
firms in an industry estimated at up to $6 billion.

Turkey s private security guards outnumber the armies of several European countries.

Even though there aren t specific figures as to the size of the
sector s economy, we believe that in general it ranges between $3-$6
billion, federation president Bulent Perut said.

In an interview with Turkey s semi-official Anatolia News Agency, Perut said 60 percent of private security personnel were employed in Turkey s three largest cities. The greatest presence has been in Istanbul, targeted by both Al Qaida and the Kurdish Workers Party.

The Turkish private security sector was said to contain more personnel than the combined militaries of Austria, Belgium, Czech, the Netherlands, Norway and Portugal. The federation also reported that 866,000 people were certified as private security guards, regarded in Turkey as a low-paying job.

Perut said up to 30 percent of security guards in Turkey carried
firearms. He said many of the guards were employed by the government for
site security, which could free police for patrols.

In the Aug. 28 interview, Perut called on the government of Prime
Minister Recep Erdogan to support the private security sector. He said
private security encouraged tourism, a leading earner of Western currency in
Turkey.

We want the government to support our sector, Perut said. In a
country that is capable of providing loans to the International Monetary
Fund, we want to be able to receive long-term low-interest loans from state
banks, as well as support from the social security institution and the
Finance Ministry. With this support, our sector will be able to develop even
more.

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I need someone to get photographic evidence that a person is regularly working at a business in London.

I need concrete proof that they work there. I would say photographic evidence is best but I am open to ideas of how to do it.

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