Image Vault, a division of the FireKing Security Group, is a leader in digital video recorder (DVR) technology for security operations across a variety of industries. Image Vault's plug-and-play digital recorders replace analog time-lapse video recorders and allow remote access to the cameras. The DVR records the images captured from the surveillance cameras and associates them with information from access control systems, alarm panels, ATMs, and Point-of-Sale cash register systems. [Click here for more information on Image Vault.]
Recently, LHP’s engineers have worked closely with Image Vault’s technology division to add dynamic remote camera control PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) capability in real time. This includes the ability to move the camera, control lens functions (zoom, focus and iris), set and go to presets, run and record tours as well as being able to program cameras using on-screen menus. Image Vault’s customers can now remotely setup or change the PTZ cameras, avoiding the need to send a service technician out to a site. Customers can also move the PTZ cameras in real time when monitoring remote sites. LHP accomplished this with a single generic and extensible C++ API to control the PTZ cameras.
Starting in May 2010, LHP’s Software Solutions division will be implementing quality procedures and processes for medical device design in compliance with the ISO 13485 standard.
ISO 13485 represents the requirements for a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices, and is generally harmonized with ISO 9001. LHP works with multiple clients in the medical device industry and is committed to increasing its capabilities to partner with companies developing medical device products. As you might know from a previous newsletter, LHP’s Software Solutions division was ISO 9001:2008 certified in March; the addition of ISO 13485 to our Quality System is but a reflection of our focus on delivering successful results to our clients every time.
LHP will be attending the "Recovery Starts Here" initiative at Lawrence Tech in Southfield, Michigan. The event is designed for degreed professionals to interact with employers at a networking reception on Thursday, May 20, 2010. Since January 2009, more than 3,000 participants have met on campus with approximately 300 industry representatives from Michigan and Indiana through these networking receptions. These receptions are provided as a service to the citizens of Michigan and participants are not just Lawrence Tech graduates. LHP hopes to identify candidates for our open positions through this networking event.