LILIN, GJD aim to speed up adoption of IP-based Intrusion Detection

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LILIN Americas and United Kingdom-based GJD Manufacturing Limited have entered into a joint initiative intended to accelerate the adoption of IP-based perimeter and intrusion detection technologies throughout the North American video surveillance sector.
In a joint announcement, the two companies say they are teaming up to reduce false alarms common in standard motion detection sensors that occur while monitoring and illuminating large areas for intruders. The initiative is also intended to offer the marketplace cost-effective compatibility with most major VMS and home automation systems, including LILIN Surveillance, Mirasys Carbon, Milestone XProtect, Wavestore, Control4, Crestron and RTI.

As part of the agreement, LILIN will distribute GJD presence detection, LED illuminators and security lighting systems through its network of North American distributors. “The addition of the GJD product line is an excellent fit for us,” says Joe Cook, vice president, LILIN Americas, an entity of Taiwan-based IP video manufacturer Merit LILIN. “Our clients will have access to genuine GJD products and with the launch of automation drivers, dealers will have an increased amount of solutions available for high-end applications in motion sensing and illumination with easy integration over IP using PoE.”

GJD employs optical adjustment systems and programmable detection beam ranges to avoid false alarms caused by environmental factors and boundary overspill. This is said to give advance warning to security personnel of actual intrusion attempts so they have time to respond and protect the facility against theft, liability issues, attack or sabotage.
“Our detectors and illuminators will sit alongside and interconnect with LILIN’s world-leading technologies making them readily available to LILIN’s already extensive customer base and custom integrators,” says Mark Tibbenham, managing director, GJD