Expert security integrator NW Systems was honoured with a visit from its local MP and Minister of State for Employment, Esther McVey, on Friday 6th March. Esther McVey opened NW Systems‘ new IP Video Technology Suite and talked to the company‘s managing director Frank Crouwel about the latest IP video technology trends.
Esther McVey viewed demonstrations of some of the latest multi-megapixel High Definition (HD) network cameras, specifically seeing demonstrations of thermal imaging, intelligent video analytics, Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) and 360 degree camera displays in action. The new tech facility will be used to demonstrate modern CCTV capabilities to the company‘s customers.
NW Systems attributes its more than 10 years of unbroken growth and business success to its early adoption of new IP video technology and the championing of higher security systems installation standards. To this end the IP video specialist is currently lobbying for the use of pixel density measurement to guarantee identification of individuals captured on digital surveillance systems.
Frank Crouwel from NW Systems is promoting the idea of creating a Wirral Technology Hub to build a community of technology firms thereby providing a stronger base of IT skilled individuals living in the region and Esther is backing the idea.
Esther McVey said:
“I was delighted to visit NW Systems who have evolved and grown rapidly in Wirral West having found a niche for themselves in the IT world. As a cutting-edge business with a pool of highly skilled people I hope they continue to lead the way and can create a technology business hub in this area”.
Frank Crouwel of NW Systems, summarised:
“We are very grateful for the visit from Esther to open our new IP Video Technology Suite. It is great to be recognised for our successful growth by our local MP who is closely engaged with the Wirral business community and supports plans to bring more tech investment and jobs to Wirral.”