Cathexis provides Video Surveillance security for Pope’s visit to Ireland

Cathexis Technologies is exceptionally proud to have played an important security role in Pope Francis’ visit to Ireland this past weekend. Cathexis worked alongside its Dublin-based reseller, Mongey Communications, and the Irish Garda, to facilitate the critical role of surveillance management. With an official itinerary that was jam-packed with meetings, visits and official engagements, all within a two-day schedule, His Holiness, had a whirlwind visit through Dublin, which included the World Meeting of Families and Festival of Families at Croke Park on Saturday 25 August. Cathexis, a globally recognised Video Management Software Developer, worked in partnership with Mongey Communications, a renowned supplier of security equipment such as CCTV IP Cameras, to provide a fully-integrated 24/7 surveillance management solution that would effectively manage the entire visit.

Cathexis Technologies has been nominated as a finalist for the 2018 Benchmark Innovation Awards.

Cathexis Technologies has been nominated as a finalist for the 2018 Benchmark Innovation Awards.
A Benchmark innovation award is a prestigious accolade. Ignoring marketing hyperbole, the internationally recognised Benchmark Magazine, rigorously tests hardware and software under a range of conditions. Benchmark’s operation is geared around testing security tech to the nth degree, to see if performance lives up to the manufacturer’s technical specs.

The question of value

Anyone can throw a few cameras on a few poles or screw them into a wall and say they have installed a surveillance system, but will that system actually deliver value? Will the needs of the end user be met in terms of secur-ity or will they simply be able to say they have a surveillance system and perhaps get a little discount from their insurance company?

POPI to profit

iLegal 2014 took place in August this year and was pronounced a success by all the attendees as well as the presenters. This year the conference once again looked at the legal responsibilities in meeting technical challenges, specifically but not exclusively focusing on realising the potential of CCTV.