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​DigiAir: the next generation wireless digital communicator with zero call costs

DigiAir

DualCom DigiAir utilises all mobile networks via our WorldSIM instead of a telephone line to signal an alarm from the protected premises to the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).

It is designed for low to medium risk premises and is an ideal upgrade for wired digital communicators as it eliminates call costs and phone charges. DigiAir is small enough to fit into any existing or legacy control panel. It can be supplied complete with a Compact Power Supply for installations where the control panel is unable to consistently provide 12v DC and provides a more aesthetically pleasing finish.

DigiAir is unaffected by Next Generation Networks (NGNs), the telephone network upgrade from copper to fibre to accommodate higher speed broadband services. Unlike older digital communicators, DigiAirdoes not rely on copper to send a signal.

WorldSIM

Our multi-network WorldSIM is supplied with every DualCom as standard and has an increased signal reliability to reduce abusive alarms. The France’s leading mobile networks are recorded into the DualCom’s memory with the most reliable being selected automatically. Fewer line faults sent to the ARC, means fewer false alarms for Installers and end users.

Resilience & Intelligence

DigiAir is supported by the Gemini & ASPLink Platforms, a Critical Connectivity platforms which have been designed with full resilience and diversity at every point. Gemini & ASPLink check the entire signalling route every minute providing the highest levels of reliability required by professional signalling systems. Users also have access to the Gemini Insight web portal for visibility on the performance of a signalling estate.

20.09.2016

 

Die weltleitmesse für sicherheit und brandschutz : ESI Group Halle 2 Stand D52

Seit über 40 Jahren die Nummer Eins: security essen ist die weltweit bedeutendste Messe für Sicherheit und Brandschutz. Der Weltmarkt für Sicherheit boomt – in Essen präsentiert er sich mit allen Facetten.

Vom Brandschutz über Cyber Security und CCTV bis zum Freilandschutz: Die Experten, Entscheider und Einkäufer der Branche treffen sich in Essen. Auf internationalem Spitzenniveau, mit den jüngsten Trends und den wichtigsten Innovationen.

Die nächste security essen findet vom 27. bis 30. September 2016 statt.

20.09.2016

 

Creativity & dynamism for Marketing & Communication Department

Since January 2015, the marketing and communication department of ESI Group is managed by Caroline Crouzet. After a Master II International in Business at IFAG Lyon, specialized in marketing and a gap year in New York at Berkeley College, she joined the security world as Business Developer and Communication Manager within the company IVAS Systems - formerly Vaelsys International - a company specializing in video analytics.

Spotted by Claude-Philippe NERI, CEO of ESI Group, she joined the company with a challenging mission: the creation & management of marketing tools, the corporate communication, the community management, the organization of events and exhibitions and the media relations management.

Together with ESI new graphic designer and web developer Robin FERNANDES, this team energizes the corporate image. With a dual competence and professional experience in a communication agency, Robin is a real asset for the group. He joined the company in September 2015 to manage the web interfaces, the softwares usability and the design of marketing tools.

15.09.2016

 

SoftNet Manager FK1, combination of three powerful tools

SoftNet Manager FK1 is the combination of three powerful tools: F1 - multi-protocol tool of information acquisition - K1- management & centralized information software & SoftNet Manager - video surveillance management software. This unique tool, for multiple sources of information, integrates tele-action, real-time management, events detected by the sensor or physical video detectors.

It manages more than 300 manufacturers protocols making it compatible with the largest number of existing installations on the market. It has all the means of management and processing information, composed of recognized tools in order to meet all the PC security needs’.

14.09.2016

 

What Our Customers Say About Us : Perin Securité

" The Clairoix remote monitoring central station is certified APSAD R31 for fifteen years. Three operators are present 24/24, all year. In 2016, our company has invested in a PBX telephony solution. A continuous education program of our operators was also set up, notably regarding the know-how related to the activity of video surveillance. The company Perin is partner with ESI, provider of high-tech solutions. Software editor for remote monitoring, telecare, CCTV. ESI Group was established in 1999 and is based in Le Cannet (06). "

Perin Sécurité

13.09.2016

 

F1com integrated with SoftNet Manager

Following the integration of the alarm supervisor K1 with SoftNet Manager, it is now the turn of the ESI communication interface F1com.

F1, front end receiver, supports nearly 200 alarm, security supervisors and access control system protocols. This interface allows the Manager SoftNet to receive any alarm message including those of F1 which is the main objective of this integration.

What possibilities for the future?

Currently, there is already a compatibility with many systems managing access control: Bosch, Siemens, Synchronic, Gunnebo, Telem, Til Technologies, ... The ESI development team strengthens and supports Softnet Manager development team in order to achieve a rapid integration of new access control protocols to complete the list.

The compatibility of new protocols will be communicated as soon as they are ready when they will be realized. Some manufacturers have already decided to integrate F1com to ensure this consistency.

From now on SoftNet Manager integrates Axioms and ARD protocols thanks to F1com.

12.09.2016

 

Vanderbilt startet Partnerschaft mit ESI, um den Einsatz von IP-Technologie in Empfangszentralen zu optimieren

Vanderbilt, ein weltweit führender Anbieter von modernsten Sicherheitssystemen, hat bekannt gegeben, dass sich seine Einbruchmeldelösung SPC dank einer wegweisenden Partnerschaft mit dem Sicherheitssoftware-Lösungsentwickler European Systems Integration (ESI) jetzt noch einfacher in Alarm- Empfangszentralen (CMS=Central Monitoring Station) integrieren lässt. Aus dieser Partnerschaft ist inzwischen das erste durchgängige Internet-Protokoll-fähige (IP) System hervorgegangen, das sich für den Einsatz in CMS-Umgebungen eignet, damit dort die herkömmliche analoge Festnetztechnologie (PSTN) durch modernste IP-basierte Technik abgelöst werden kann

Diverse Telekommunikationsdienstanbieter aus Großbritannien, Spanien, Deutschland, Schweden und Italien haben bereits angekündigt, dass sie demnächst komplett auf IP-Telefonie umsteigen wollen, und in Frankreich will Orange bis zum Jahr 2020 sein gesamtes Festnetzsystem einstellen und komplett durch moderne IP-basierte Services ersetzen. Das bedeutet, dass bis dann der Umstieg von althergebrachter, analoger Festnetztechnologie auf die IP-Technik in jeder Empfangszentrale (CMS) abgeschlossen sein muss.

Um diese Umstellung für Installateure und ihre Kunden zu vereinfachen und um sicherzustellen, dass diese von sämtlichen Vorzügen der IP-Technik profitieren und eine vollständige SPC-Integration durchführen können, hat Vanderbilt zusammen mit ESI ein ehrgeiziges Projekt umgesetzt. Das Ergebnis ist eine Plattform zur nahtlosen Kommunikation zwischen einer SPC-Meldezentrale und einer CMS, die durch die Alarmempfangs- und Videoübertragungsgeräten „F1“ und „V1“ von ESI umgesetzt wird.

„F1“ unterstützt im Bereich der Alarmübertragung unterschiedliche Netzwerke und Protokolle in einer komplett offenen Lösung. Durch die Verwendung eines vereinheitlichten Standardprotokolls wird die parallele Nutzung mehrerer unterschiedlicher Systeme überflüssig gemacht. Zudem ermöglicht „V1“ das Annehmen und Führen von Gesprächen, die Audio-Verifikation von Ereignissen sowie das Speichern von Videoaufzeichnungen auf einem Backup-Server. „V1“ wiederum bietet bidirektionale Kommunikation mit der Alarmüberwachungssoftware, wobei es die Client-Server-Architektur ermöglicht, jedem CMS-Anwender Videos auf seiner Workstation bereit zu stellen.

Dadurch bieten beide Geräte jedem Anwender die Möglichkeit, auf umfangreichere und aussagekräftigere Daten zur audiovisuellen Verifikation zuzugreifen. Unter anderem können die Anwender jetzt mit maximaler Effizienz auf jedes Alarmereignis reagieren, indem sie dieses in Echtzeit überprüfen und beispielsweise – falls es sich dabei um einen Fehlalarm handeln sollte – rechtzeitig die unnötige Entsendung von Einsatzkräften verhindern können. Da die Anwendersoftware speziell für die Interaktion mit SPC entwickelt wurde, ermöglicht sie eine engere und umfassendere Integration. Dadurch kann jeder Anwender von den einzigartigen Funktionen und Vorteilen eines der besten Einbruchmelde-Produkte das derzeit auf dem Markt erhältlich ist, der SPC-Familie, profitieren. SPC hat in diesem Zusammenhang bereits mehr internationale Zulassungen als jedes andere System in der Sicherheitsbranche erhalten.

„Dank unserer bahnbrechenden Zusammenarbeit mit ESI können jetzt mehr Empfangszentralen denn je in ganz Europa von den einzigartigen Funktionen und Vorteilen profitieren welche SPC bietet“, sagt Christophe Reithler, Market Manager Frankreich bei Vanderbilt. „Wir sind fest davon überzeugt, dass nun das IP-Zeitalter endgültig angebrochen ist, und wir sind besonders stolz darauf, dass wir der Einführung dieser zukunftsweisenden Technologie mit der ersten komplett durchgängigen Lösung den Weg bereiten. Ich bin absolut zuversichtlich, dass diese bahnbrechende Lösung zu einer erheblichen Effizienzsteigerung führen wird, indem sie den CMS-Anbietern ein bislang unerreichtes Maß an Zuverlässigkeit, Funktionalität und Flexibilität bietet.“

http://news.cision.com/vanderbilt/

31.08.2016

 

Come and meet us at Sicurezza in Milan Stand R25

After the excellent edition of 2014 – 29,000 square meters of exhibition space, 512 exhibitors & 20,301 trade visitors – SICUREZZA, the leading international event in Italy in the sectors of security & fire-prevention, returns to Fiera Milano from 3 to 5 November 2015. ESI Group invites you to its stand R25 to discover its latest innovations in security.


3 – 5 November 2015 – Fiera Milano Rho
Hall 22 – Stand R25

Get your free entrance: http://goo.gl/udtHTs

28.10.2015

 

​Alarm Monitoring and the Future by Claude-Philippe NERI

Recent events confirmed our feeling that the Alarm Monitoring Market Place is naturally helped by the new technologies.

The present Network weakness (PSTN and GPRS) will be abandoned to switch mainly on 4G and tomorrow 4G+; 4.5G; 5G or fibre network for information and multimedia transportation.

Connected devices, Artificial Intelligence, Embedded Intelligence will provide sustainable solutions to face the Big Data of security information.

Big data security analytics can become the nexus of information security integration

This situation is an opportunity for the Cybersecurity.

In the near future, machines that are linked together in networks could revolutionize the architecture of existing infrastructures including manufacturing, energy distribution and transportation systems. We believed that security occupies an important place in this new model.

2,5 billions a year more of connected devices will be present on the market place for the next ten years. This means an increasing number of microcomputers that control their operations, perform useful applications, measure, sense…

In this market place all things, goods and people will be connected: trucks, buses, cars, peoples, pets, bags, phones, watches, precious objects.

Such a big number information that need to be stored, analysed and dispatched to specialized platforms concerned by Homeland Security, Elderly care, Geographical Localization, Residential security, Goods transportation, Fire alarms and individual security.

So a lot of new services should be proposed to the security Market Place in a cross border or worldwide mode

An ARC will be linked to The Big Data Could in order to cross-needed information to assume the security of goods, Building and people. Getting location, Health Status and of course video Live.

But the transformation of this way of handling alarms will not happened in one day, so the first steps will be:

  • The concentration of information in Data centers.
  • All old PSTN and GPRS network will disappear, replaced by high speed connexions transporting Datas, Video and Sound.
  • ARC’s will become international in a cross Borders mode. For Europe, only two ARC’s will be necessary. Having all the technologies for receiving, analyse and treating the information dispatched to operational workstation in each country providing a reliable relationship in the language of the customer.
  • Robots and drones support.
  • Artificial Intelligence could be used in order to help operator’s to get the right decision in this maelstrom of information.

ESI helped by his large R&D department is continually adding features to reaching this target. The cross border capability, the cloud storage, the multimedia receiving information, the multilingual support, the high speed networks support is our present.

17.09.2015

 

​Communication from the ESI Group Commercial Management

Dear customers,

In my position of Commercial Director of the ESI Group, I am committed to provide you with the fastest responses as possible to all your inquiries for which the ESI Sales Team can help with a better internal coordination in between services.

Your Sales Executive is your primary interlocutor and remains at your disposal should you have any commercial inquiry related to this or a new project.

Besides we have opened a specific email address would you want to send direct requests to the Commercial Management of the ESI Group:

questions.commerciales@esifrance.net.

I will personally check all your messages on a very regular basis and avoid any delay for getting your responses back.

Our common Objective : your maximum satisfaction !

Jérôme ANASTASE , VP International

20.07.2015

 

ESI wishes you very Happy Holidays !!

Claude-Philippe NERI, CEO, Philippe CAMILLERI, MD, and the entire ESI Group staff would like to thank their customers for the confidence given during all the year 2014, and wish them very Happy Holidays and a Merry Christmas. For Information, ESI are closing their offices from 24/12/14 till 2/1/15 (reopening on 5/1/15). In 2015 the ESI Group will launch new strategic initiatives marked by always more creativity whilemotivated by always better servicing their clients. We look forward to reconvening in 2015.

18.12.2014

 

Überblick über die Stände der ESI Group in Essen

29.09.2014

 

IFSEC : 17-19 June 2014

Like every year ESI Group are participating to IFSEC 2014 and will reveal new products from ESI and ARGOS Technologies.

ESI will introduce a powerful Video Analytics module adding to their Global Solution portfolio for CCTV CMS and Alarm Monitoring Centers. This new AV1 product features real time Video Analytics to eliminate false alarms hence much better drive operators’ intervention decisions. The AV1 module enhances ESI’s V1Multiprotocol client–server video solution supporting already 120 video protocols.

ARGOS Technologies will show an All-In-One VMS solution based on SoftNet Manager and INTEGRAL SDI Hx, a software and hardware solution installed at any site being video monitored by a central Monitoring Station which providing : 3D maps management, Video Recording of cameras, Video analytics algorithms embedded and HD-SDI technology compliancy.

Register on this link to visit our booth C1525.

10.06.2014

 

News customers ESI

  • Customers who chose to migrate of environments colleagues to ESI :
  1. AFONE - France : Horus migration to M1 .
  2. TELECONTROL - Italy : migration URMET solution to M1 and complete station Global Solution .
  3. COMMEZBANK - Germany : migration of owner solution to M1.
  4. PROSEGUR - France : Horus migration to M1 and implementation of a Cyberguarding's platform.
  5. LYNX - Swiss : Horus migration to ESI system.
  6. PRESENCE VERTE (Groupama) - France : Horus migration to M1.
  7. HELWATCH - Austria : migration of various front to front F1.
  8. Town Hall of Tours : migration T2i and Azur Soft to ESI Global solution.
  9. CONDOR - Allemagne : migration of the owner system to ESI Global solution.
  10. A1 - Ukraine.
  11. Very many other customers have trusted us.
  • Others news customers :
  1. Bank RAIFFENSEN - Luxembourg : installation of VMS and cameras in bank agencies.
  2. General Management of Armaments - France : Cyberguarding solution.
  3. Pierre KESS - Luxembourg.
  4. CORS On Line - france: Cyberguarding solution.
15.05.2014

 

Disaster Recovery and ASP Link

The ASP Link's plateform is now installed in a new Data Center located in Puget sur Argens, in a monitoring station who is in acquisition of the qualification APSAD P3. The platform is redundant to another station APSAD P3 in Limoges.

ASP Link provides all modules and technical resources , as well as all protocols of Global Solutions in range SAAS (Software As A Service) .

Three differents types of services are now available for the platform's customers :

Disaster Recovery : platform replicated in real time or delayed (depending of choices and volumes) immediately available in case of fall of the client platform.

SAAS : provision , through a simple internet explorer via VPN , of all ESI solutions for operators wishing to manage their alarms themselves without worrying about the technical part .

Resource sharing : sharing resources on specific protocols or links requiring implementation costs in TBS too expensive compared to the number of customers managed .

The video will soon be available as a cloud .

13.05.2014

 

Novelties V1

  • New Samsung SDK : 46 new compatible references
  • CCTVLine new protocole
  • V1 now allows 256 video screens
29.04.2013