Reconeyez

Reconeyez has its roots firmly in the defence industry

Reconeyez has its roots firmly in the defence industry – our system’s counterparts developed for military purposes are currently in operation in 38 countries. They monitor and report on the borders of 20 countries providing 24/7 peace of mind for local border protection agencies, but also defend the perimeters of oil pipelines in Columbia, monitor

17. May 2021, 3 min read

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Triin Mahlakõiv

New feature: Reconeyez custom schedule takes the hassle out of scheduling

In the Devices menu, device detailed view, you can now manually predefine and save custom schedules, as well as activate the custom schedules already saved as needed.

20. Jun 2021, 2 min read
Triin Mahlakõiv

Announcing new Reconeyez cloud user management

You will now find the new Users menu as a separate item at the top main menu bar. You can add new users, suspend users, assign roles and permissions, and get a comprehensive overview of users’ access.

14. Jun 2021, 3 min read
Triin Mahlakõiv

Have you tried Reconeyez Device Profile feature?

We added Device Profile to the Device Configuration so you can set up new devices faster and make sure that all necessary devices are following the same configuration values and schedules.

24. May 2021, 2 min read
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FORUS’s success story: “Almost zero false alarm rate!”

Our customer FORUS Grupp is a unique provider in the Estonian real estate services market. From FORUS, property owners can get a wide range of services, be it maintenance, access control, surveillance, installation and maintenance of security systems, fire protection – all from one place.

26. Apr 2021, 3 min read
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Harsh Nordic conditions are not a problem for Reconeyez detectors

Harsh Nordic conditions are not a problem for Reconeyez detectors. We got a confirmation from the client that the camera works fine. Reconeyez devices have been field-tested in the harshest conditions – from -42°C/-43.6°F in Kazakhstan to +60°C/140°F on the Afghanistan border.   Detector working on the high-temperature conditions.            

23. Apr 2021, 1 min read
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NEW – Solar Bridge bundle

We have had some great feedback from partners on the value of using our solar equipment to permanently charge our bridge batteries on site. The feedback indicates significantly longer bridge battery lifetime, particularly on sites with high alarm volumes.

9. Apr 2021, 2 min read
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Optimizing the battery life of your Reconeyez system

The Reconeyez system has been tested to provide up to 400 days or up to 50 000 events of uninterrupted operation. That being said, every site and location is different with different uncontrollable elements and varying requirements.

8. Apr 2021, 5 min read
Indrek Jaaska

What does 2021 bring? Reconeyez rebranding

2020 was a very good year for Reconeyez during which we launched a series of new products to enhance the existing product portfolio. In responding to our customers’ needs we launched our new solar panel and battery unit offering continuous power to both the bridge and detector.

29. Mar 2021, 2 min read
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Manage your detectors with the ArmIt app

From 2021 Reconeyez system boasts an efficient remote-control tool in the form of Android and Apple compatible smartphone application that allows quick arming and disarming of Reconeyez camera systems – the ArmIt app.

4. Mar 2021, 3 min read
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Reconeyez announces branded integration with Immix Protect

We are happy to announce the launch of the official branded Reconeyez integration with the Immix security software platform.

25. Feb 2021, 2 min read
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Artificial intelligence removes false alarms

We want our customers to be able to focus on their business. There is no need to react to false alarms. Reconeyez uses deep neural network-based technology.

4. Mar 2019, 2 min read