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Panasonic appoints Christopher Larson as sales engineer

Panasonic Australia has announced the appointment of Christopher Larson as sales engineer for security systems.

In this role, Larson will be instrumental in building and maintaining strong relationships with key business partners such as Panasonic’s distribution network, system integrators and end users, by providing support and training for the company’s CCTV products and solutions, including Video Insight Video Management software. 

Panasonic hopes that his understanding of security solutions will contribute to the growth of their security business.

His experience in the security sector spans VMS, server, analytics and infrastructure design. 

Most recently, Chris was senior solutions architect at Milestone Systems, responsible for implementing enterprise solutions with open platform IP video management software.

Panasonic Australia GM Marc Amelung says, “Chris brings invaluable industry experience and expertise to our Security team.

“His support is key as we broaden our range of security offerings to deliver scalable enterprise solutions that allow businesses to effectively store and manage high volumes of data, and achieve valuable insights as well as keeping information safe and secure from cyber-threat.”

Panasonic Security is built on a heritage of providing quality CCTV footage, delivering good image quality in all environmental conditions using by using reliable technology, cameras and image recording systems, developed over the last 50 years. 

They are continuously expanding their range of security products.

These products contain a variety of intelligent features, many of which can be integrated to create a complete and cost-effective security system.

Panasonic currently provides a variety of products to cater to a wide range of applications, from a fully integrated security system to single items such as security cameras, access control systems, fire alarms, and video intercom. 

Panasonic technologies such as smart coding and VIQS (Variable image quality on specified area) are designed to reduce operating costs through the reduction of file sizes.

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