The Toshiba Surveillance Architecture & Engineering Support (AES) program is designed for architects, engineers and consultants that specify video surveillance systems. It provides support tools and documents that make it easier to design projects as well as accredited training, priority technical support, equipment evaluations and more.
These documents contain comprehensive information on Toshiba IP cameras and video recording platforms.
Toshiba CAD drawings in DWG format contain all the measurements you need for accurate system design. Provided for Toshiba IP cameras and video recorders, these drawings make specifying a project fast and easy.
Toshiba’s Commissioning Service is to support your efforts in delivering an optimal solution to your customers. Our goal is to ensure the system you designed containing Toshiba surveillance products is functioning at its optimal level.
After the surveillance system has been installed, a Toshiba Technical Specialist will visit the site and assist in optimizing the Toshiba IP Video equipment. Refer to the Commissioning Service brochure for qualifications and rules.
We can offer a variety of training programs for you or your customers including:
With priority access to Toshiba’s technical support team, you can be assured that your questions will be answered quickly and accurately. Having priority access ensures that you won't be waiting to specify Toshiba products for your system design.
Toshiba’s online Bandwidth and Disk Space Calculator help determine the bandwidth and disk space needs for any video project. The ability to export your calculation to Excel and save your calculation provides you with easily accessible tools to specify Toshiba video equipment.
Toshiba will loan you products for evaluation and testing, giving you the opportunity to discover and thoroughly evaluate the quality and performance of Toshiba products.
Curry wanted central management of its surveillance system and to be able to view any camera from multiple sites. With Toshiba’s NVSPRO NVR’s and IP dome cameras, the dealership's property, inventory and customer’s cars are now under the watchful eyes of management. Their new surveillance system has increased productivity and has allowed Curry to identify and follow up on numerous incidents.
Miller Transportation turned to Toshiba authorized dealer, Indatus, to provide an IP video surveillance system for its new 26,000 sq foot bus maintenance center and 24,000 sq foot administrative office. The surveillance system has already helped Miller dispute a charge from a cleaning company overcharging them for material.
Leiszler Oil, which operates the Short Stop chain of convenience stores and gasoline stations in Kansas, understands this convenience comes with risks, which is why it invested in Toshiba IP video technology to protect its employees, customers and products.
Like all retail outlets, Goodwill deals with theft at its stores, as well as its unattended drop-off sites. Confronted with this predicament, Goodwill's Northwest-North Carolina (NWNC) chapter recently took the proactive step of migrating from analog CCTV systems in forty of its local stores to Toshiba IP video surveillance.
Verandas management decided to deploy a 19-camera IP network video system from Toshiba. Cameras were mounted inside parking garages underneath the podium style complexes where vandalism to tenant cars had occurred.
To provide residents with a protected living environment, 1720 South Michigan Avenue has deployed a highly-scalable IP network video surveillance system that utilizes Toshiba IP cameras, SCS recording and management software, network video recorders and hybrid digital video recorders.