NetVu will be attending UK Security Expo 2017 at London’s Olympia Grand Hall on 29 and 30 November. As one of the leading security sector gatherings worldwide, UK Security Expo attracts the cream of the security technology industry to present their cutting-edge security solutions. Cheshire-based NetVu, the detection and surveillance industry pioneers, will be on Stand B71 at the prestigious security event. The company, which innovates, develops, manufacturers and sells Dedicated Micros, FireVu and TransVu products in the UK, Europe. Middle Eat and Asia, will be showcasing its leading detection and surveillance solutions to attendees across the two day event. NetVu will be particularly throwing the spotlight on its sophisticated…Details
NetVu, the industry leader in video detection and surveillance technology, will be attending Fire Safety North for the first time this October. The company will be showcasing FireVu, it’s unique fire detection solution, to the attending delegates from the UK fire safety and prevention industries. FireVu is the pioneer and world leader in video smoke and flame detection. The product, developed through 16 years of innovation, offers a unique, visual, very-early warning system that can detect smoke, flame and heat. Already the product has an extensive worldwide client base covering a range of industries, including: waste management and recycling, power generation, manufacturing industries, transport, aircraft hangars, tunnels and prestige buildings.…Details
Following on from his insightful article about the recent discovery of gSOAP library weaknesses in open IP surveillance cameras, NetVu CTO Mike Newton has delivered a hard hitting presentation on the wider vulnerability risk to an audience of surveillance industry leaders. In his ‘Internet of Things and the Risk of Vulnerabilities’ presentation Mike again draws upon his 35 years of industry expertise to provide invaluable insight into the wider concerns the surveillance industry faces in 2017. Open and read Mike’s presentation below to get the inside track on what vulnerabilities you need to be aware of and how to go about building a camera surveillance network that has the resilience…Details
It has recently been identified and reported that the ubiquitous gSoap library used in many vendors IP cameras is subject to a stack buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2017-9765), referred to as Devil’s Ivy by the discoverers Senrio Labs. Devil’s Ivy results in remote code execution, and was found in an open source third-party code library, from gSOAP. When exploited, it allows an attacker to remotely access a video feed or deny the owner access to the feed. This has resulted in widespread concern, however should the existence and widespread exposure to this sort of problem really be a surprise? There have been a number of estimates for the ratio of number…Details
Mike Newton, the founder and chief innovator at successful CCTV surveillance company NetVu, is supporting the development of the next generation of technology innovators by providing funding for PhD research within the Faculty of Science and Engineering at his alma mater The University of Manchester. Mike, who graduated from the University of Manchester in 1981 with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science, has been at the forefront of technological innovation within the CCTV sector for more than 30 years, ever since launching the first commercially available CCTV video multiplexer. Mike was one of the earliest undergraduate students to combine his third year Computer Science project with a commercial backer, to…Details
Join NetVu at the BSIA stand at IFSEC International 2017 for an exclusive networking event with Professor Brian Cox. On Wednesday 21st June NetVu will be sponsoring a very exciting networking event at IFSEC International 2017. Held on the BSIA stand (B1300) at 12.30pm, the NetVu sponsored event will be an exclusive networking opportunity with one of IFSEC’s key speakers, TV personality Professor Brian Cox OBE. Those in attendance at this special gathering will have the opportunity to network with Brian over lunch, while also having the opportunity to explore and discuss NetVu’s industry leading technology with their representatives. Attendees will have the chance to talk about prominent topics such…Details
FireVu Announces Visual Flame Detection Patent US9530074 B2 is Granted FireVu new flame detection algorithm is now patented in the US. FireVu’s innovative method based the physical law of the colour and absolute intensity of flame in an image results in exceptional detection rates, exceptional detection range and zero false alarms. FireVu is superior to all other visual flame detectors on the market which rely on flicker. UK and International Patents Pending. FireVu’s flame detection system is ideal for the early detection and warning of smoke and flame in industrial processes which utilize motors, conveyor belts, bearings and moving parts, hot substrate and flammable materials; for example in Waste Management and…Details
The fire was as a result of an aerosol can contained within the waste being processed. The can was initially punctured, and then the escaping gases ignited.
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The real price of using “open” IP security cameras? Whether the concerns arise from foreign owned manufacturers compromising CCTV devices, or CCTV devices being compromised by any attacker, media reports highlight the inevitable concerns and risks of utilising generic open source services and libraries in an ‘unattended’ security appliance such as a camera. This is of course seriously compromised further when there are fixed ‘back door’ root shell passwords, or nearly as bad are widely publicized generic passwords, which give the user a completely false impression that their products are in fact protected. The NetVu software philosophy for some years now is that such default passwords are very dangerous, and…Details
On 18 March 2016, a newly formed company Aghoco 1389 Ltd ( to be renamed NV Ltd ) acquired all of AD Holdings indebtedness of some £4.7m to Barclays Bank and Mike Newton. AD Holdings was formed in1997 by Mike Newton who invested £6m cash in that company. NV is jointly owned by private investors, Mike Newton and Maghsoud Einollahi. Today, 15th April , NV acquired all of the business and assets of AD excluding UK operation of Dedicated Micro which has entered Administration. NetVu Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of NVL. NetVu Ltd will operate out of its two premises in Cheshire, England, being the technology centre at…Details