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Digital Barriers agrees new strategic partnership with Kings Secure Technologies

by Brian Sims

Digital Barriers, the specialist provider of edge-intelligent surveillance and security technologies, has signed a strategic partnership with Kings Secure Technologies.

Having introduced SmartVis SafeZone (Digital Barriers edge-based video analytics and intrusion software), Kings Secure Technologies is now able to extend its service capability by offering Digital Barriers’ full portfolio of technology including ultra-low bandwidth live streaming, real-time facial recognition and live-streaming body-worn cameras when building complete turnkey solutions for the global surveillance and security markets.

The partnership opens up a new route to market for Digital Barriers, particularly so with regard to commercial organisations in sectors ranging from healthcare to logistics, banking and retail who can benefit from Kings Secure Technologies’ dedicated engineering facility and capacity to build custom solutions to meet their requirements.

Two of the first services Kings Secure Technologies will be offering that make use of innovations from Digital Barriers include a Remote Video Response Centre and a dedicated monitoring centre providing 24/7 support.

“In the process of discussions, it quickly became clear that Digital Barriers and Kings Secure Technologies have a shared commitment to delivering innovative and agile technology,” said Neil Hendry, vice-president (EMEA) at Digital Barriers. “We’re delighted to have signed this strategic agreement which opens up a new channel through which commercial organisations can take advantage of our software solutions and services.”

Bob Forsyth, CEO at Kings Secure Technologies, responded: “Our mission is to offer pioneering and versatile technologies to our growing customer base. Having thoroughly evaluated the alternatives, we’re delighted to be partnering with Digital Barriers who equip our in-house Technology Centre with truly unique and groundbreaking capabilities including facial recognition and live-streaming body-worn cameras.”

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