The CS-Eye: Condordia International College of Asia and the Pacific, Inc. CCTV Equipment, Solutions, and Security Specialist Program Launch
Dubbed as the CS-Eye, an inclination to the infamous television series, CSI—Crime Scene Investigation, Concordia International College of Asia and the Pacific, Inc. stage their launching event on November 27, at Dusit Thani Manila. Welcoming the guests is the Honorary President of Concordia International College of Asia and the Pacific, Inc, Dr. Jon Young Lee expressing his gratefulness in the friendship he has established with the Filipinos and how he would like to contribute to the country by providing this service through their university’s security specialist program Thus, offering the same security system they give South Korea, he is now extends to the Philippines through the business of CCTV Equipment and Security Management Program.
Concordia brings an innovative security management system, which includes the CCTV equipment, solutions, services and security specialist program. The high technology product and program is paving its way as a solution to the rising demand of security system in Asia. Managing a security system will be easier than ever before through the use of the product and program.
Having developed their Security Management System and Video Black Box provides an innovation in the security system becoming a new paradigm in this field and new information technology. Security Management System allows user to check CCTV anytime, anywhere and provides real time imaging security and 24-hour security services based on a communication network.
Chief Executive Officer of Concordia International University, Mr. David Kang presented an in-depth relationship of the two companies and how they have created a valuable product and program, one that is truly innovative and essential for security management. As it has been launched in many countries including South Korea, USA, Middle East, and now in the Philippines, this technology is a breakthrough to provide assistance in monitoring and managing the security system in the country especially CCTV is used as one of the sources for evidence in most crimes happening in the streets, inside buildings or establishments, and even at homes. In his speech, he demonstrates with his cellular phone connected to the Internet, how the security management system accurately performs using this device. SmartCop enables the user to check directly the current site situation. The system detects and responds to any suspicious activity or any case of emergency. It notifies user by an alert through voice mail or SMS. It also has diverse functions such as lighting control, listening, speaking, controlling appliances like electric stoves, air conditioner, microwave, and setting of and cancelation of alarm.
“Concordia International University promises to bring the advanced technologies and education. We are also bringing LED Street and CCTV Light to save energy and guild the security parameter in the Philippines,” CEO Kang stressed.
This technology is combined with Concordia International College of Asia and the Pacific’s expertise on Blended Learning through their learning management system. With the CCTV Specialist Program, Equipment, Solutions and Services, Concordia International University is again expanding to provide a technological program that will enhance knowledge and skills of learners on polytechnics in the areas of education, research, and product development. This program is designed to have thorough information of the CCTV, its component, uses, and managing the specialized security system.
Joining the eventful afternoon is Honorable Mayor George Berris of Calauan Laguna and MSC of Chief, Administrative Financial Management Division (AFMD) Mr. Willard N. Grageda among other guests from different industries and the media who have seen the potential of this new CCTV product and technology. Mr Robert Yang, Executive Director of Concordia International College, Canada also supports their branch of Concordia International University in the Philippines in its latest endeavor.