FPGSS Ltd were recommended to the Zoo whilst we were planning our new state of the art panda webcam. As the project would involve working in and around our animal enclosures as well the general public, it was vital that we used a company that were flexible, efficient and above all, adhered to stringent health and safety protocols at all times. FPGSS did not disappoint, working in a manner that was sensitive to the needs of the animals, delivering on time and on budget. We would be delighted to work with FPGSS Ltd again.
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In line with FPG’s programme of continual improvement we are pleased to announce that NSI have changed our status from Silver to Gold scheme BAFE SP203-1 – Fire detection and alarm systems Design; Installation; Commissioning/Handover; Maintenance.
In addition FPG gained SP203-3 – Fixed gaseous fire suppression systems
Design; Installation; Commissioning/Handover;Maintenance accreditation to Gold status by NSI.
At time of going to press FPG are now the only Scottish based company who have SP203-3 accreditation for all disciplines.
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FPG’s sister company FPG Security Solutions are now helping the internationally acclaimed Panda attraction at Edinburgh Zoo with the installation of HD IP based CCTV.
Using IndigoVision HD camera technology and “Control Center” software platform, FPGSS have installed a combination of IndigoVision’s HD IP fixed and HD IP PTZ domes to provide Edinburgh Zoo with the capability to stream High Definition real time images from each of the internal and external Panda enclosures, to their media streaming service.
A single camera from each enclosure will be streamed via IndigoVision’s Internet Streaming Server to RZSS’s Media Streaming Service. Camera selection will be automated using sensors mounted to strategic access/egress points for the Pandas, within their internal/external enclosures.
These sensors in conjunction with IndigoVision’s video analytics will be configured to ensure that PTZ cameras can be sent automatically to exact locations, based upon motion in a specific area of the scene. For example, if Yang Guang was to move into the raised platform in the external enclosure, this area would be setup as a trigger to move the PTZ camera onto that location, in close up, and to also switch to the PTZ camera as the active web stream.
Bandwidth is kept to a minimum as a result of IndigoVision’s unique Activity Controlled Frame rate algorithm (ACF). ACF will dynamically reduce bandwidth during scenes with little or no activity however will boost back up to a given frame rate instantly as soon as motion is detected. This can reduce bandwidth dramatically whilst having little or no effect upon the scene being streamed resulting in overall reduction in storage.
A single RAID5 Network Video Recorder is installed to provide real time recording of all cameras. This will enable RZSS to playback / export any specific action for their viewing audience and will maintain an archive of events for up to 60 days.
Fifty elderly residents are evacuated from blaze-hit care home
Care home residents were led to safety after a fire broke out in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Fifty elderly people were moved from their rooms, along with six members of staff, after the alarm was raised at Forth View Care Centre on Sea Road, Methil, at 4.30am.
Firefighters discovered a blaze in the first-floor dining room.
It was extinguished by 6.30am with the assistance of five appliances.
A spokesman for the Fife Fire and Rescue Service said: “We had five appliances in attendance for a fire in a first-floor dining room.
“Staff and residents were evacuated to different wings of the building and kept under ambulance surveillance.
“All persons have been accounted for.”
A spokesman for the ambulance service said seven resources were sent to the scene, including ambulances and special response teams, but there had been no casualties.
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