Hummingbirds, Spurs contest BEL final tonight

first_img “I’m really confident,” Hummingbirds coach Nevers said. “As a coach I’m confident and always say I’m going to win. You don’t have to win, but I’m always confident. I would really want to take this final for the first time coaching a professional league team.” His team is balanced, but strongest in attack with a national front-court of centre Paula Thompson, Hasana Williams, Shanice Beckford and high-scoring goal shooter Sabrina Spence, who still topped the league in scoring despite missing their last two preliminary matches, due to injury. Spurs assistant coach Patricia Jackson says that the team is happy to be back in the final. “We’re just going out there to play,” she said. “We have nothing to lose, we’re just going out there trying to execute and be the champions this year. “We 100 per cent really need to get this title because we’ve a talented set of ladies, so we’re very hungry for a final right now. We have equal chances. All our shooters have to do now is come up because our defensive area has been doing well for the past matches.” Game Two is set for Wednesday, January and Game Three, if necessary, on Saturday, January 26, also at NISC. Defending champions Kingston Hummingbirds and Manchester Spurs will renew their rivalry for Netball Jamaica’s Berger Elite League title, when both meet in the Game One of the best-of-three finals showdown at the National Indoor Sports Centre (NISC) tonight at 7:30 p.m. At 6:00 p.m. there will also be a third-place play-off between St Ann Orchids and Clarendon Gaters, who both lost semi-final fixtures at NISC on Saturday. The final promises to be a high-class encounter, based on the vast spread of national players on either team, their impressive form throughout the season and the tight battles between both in the preliminaries. Besides title honours, the teams are motivated by a number of factors, with Spurs hunting their third consecutive hold on the title and a first for head coach Winston Nevers, who is having his first stint. Manchester Spurs need no greater motivation than the fact that they have never won the league. Confidentlast_img read more

IndigoVision Launches Control Center v15.0 at ASIS International 2017

first_imgIndigoVision has recently announced the launch of Control Center v15.0 at ASIS International 2017 in Dallas, Texas. This software release reportedly marks a new era of security intelligence with the addition of Control Center Mobile, CyberVigilant®, and Artificial Intelligence powered by BriefCam.IndigoVision’s security management solution, Control Center v15.0, is a fully integrated user interface for managing video, access control and alarms. It puts everything in the users’ territory at their fingertips. Easy to install and intuitive to operate, Control Center gives users vision, sound and oversight of all cameras, from 1 to 100,000. The introduction of Control Center Mobile reportedly allows users’ seamless access to Control Center, even if they are on the move.With the same intelligence as Control Center, Control Center Mobile allows users to connect to their site database with the same permissions, access live video from cameras and to receive, view and acknowledge alarms in real time.- Sponsor – IndigoVision’s cyber security technology, CyberVigilant®, has been released, and it is fully integrated into Control Center v15.0. With knowledge of IP CCTV, site databases and the integrated knowledge of Control Center alarm management, the intelligent device can reportedly detect and monitor system abnormalities to provide a quick response to potential cyber threats. Users receive notifications direct to the Control Center user interface in the event that a cyber attack takes place.IndigoVision’s new Artificial Intelligence powered by BriefCam is a technology partnership that enables users of the IndigoVision solution to quickly and easily review hours of footage in minutes, and identify people and objects of interest by object type, attribute, direction, color or size. BriefCam’s analytics and deep learning capabilities convert raw video into quantitative, actionable insights, supporting a broad set of use-cases across an organization such as uncovering commonly used routes, identifying dwell locations and revealing popular consumer products in a retail setting. Together with real-time, smart alerts, these capabilities can be used to increase security and safety, improve organizational efficiency and enhance the customer experience.“Control Center has long been known for its innovation with Control Center being the world’s first scalable VMS in 2002,” said Marcus Kneen, IndigoVision’s CEO. “We are delighted to be introducing the next wave of security intelligence to this with Control Center v15.0 featuring the addition of Control Center Mobile, support for CyberVigilant®, and Artificial Intelligence powered by BriefCam.“We are very excited to have entered into a technology partnership with BriefCam. The Artificial Intelligence that it brings to the IndigoVision solution is a great step forward in our security intelligence.”This new era of security intelligence within Control Center v15.0 is aligned with IndigoVision’s strategic goal of providing innovative security solutions that keep you safe. Coupled with the Control Center tiered software release this approach is part of a wider commitment by IndigoVision to offer flexible innovative solutions, a stance that is already reflected by their tiered camera and storage offerings.For more information on IndigoVision, Control Center v15.0 featuring Control Center Mobile, CyberVigilant® and Artificial Intelligence powered by BriefCam, visit www.indigovision.com. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more