Press Release Summary:
Targeting law enforcement, Case Information Media Management provides interview recording solution that helps organize evidence relating to case. Multiple CIMM workstations can be used to record, play, and search for footage from any networked DVR. Built by user, case files can include recorded interviews associated with case, plus relevant documents, images, audio files, or video clips. All or part of case can be exported to DVD for playback on any DVD player.
Original Press Release:
Sanyo Showcases Case Information Media Management (CIMM)
Software Solution Facilitates Control And Administration Of Information.
New Orleans, LA (October 13, 2007) - This year at IACP, SANYO Security Products, a division of SANYO Fisher Company, is showcasing their new Case Information Media Management (CIMM), an interview recording solution for law enforcement that helps organize all evidence relating to an individual case. SANYO's CIMM offers the tools, functionality and ease of use to provide law enforcement personnel with the ability to obtain and store meticulous documentation of all elements of their investigations with the highest levels of convenience, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
"The CIMM interview recording and case documentation solution was engineered with ease of use in mind, so law enforcement officers can concentrate on what they do best and not be distracted by technology issues," said Frank Abram, Vice President and General Manager, SANYO Security Products Division. "No special training is necessary - recording interviews requires no more than just the touch of a single button."
CIMM software provides easy access to all licensed and registered DVRs on a network. Multiple CIMM workstations can be used to record, play and search for footage from any networked Sanyo DSR-M810 DVR. Using Sanyo's Pan-Focus cameras with network interface, or any manufacturer's IP surveillance cameras in a networked system, users can also view live interview video from any PC connected to the Internet.
CIMM case files are built by the user and can include any recorded interviews associated with the case, plus relevant documents, images, audio files or video clips. The system is also easily searchable for archived files, which can be added to the case file. In addition, CIMM enables .wav files to be created from any previously recorded DSS audio or MP2 video file for transcription, eliminating the need to record or send cassettes. Finally, all, or part of a case can be exported easily to DVD for playback on any consumer DVD player, helping to provide clear and irrefutable evidence.
SANYO has established a website dedicated exclusively to CIMM, located at www.sanyocimm.com. Detailed information as well as a downloadable video demo of the product is located here, in addition to an interactive video that lets viewers walk through an application of CIMM.
"Our new CIMM website was developed to give users a comprehensive view of what CIMM can do for them," said Mr. Abram. "With law enforcement officials' increasing need for documentation and evidence management in their station houses and precincts, this site will provide them with the tools to interact with and learn about our CIMM product offering."
For more information contact Sanyo Security Systems by calling toll free 1.888.893.7403, or visit www.sanyocimm.com.
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. is a multi-billion-dollar global leader in providing solutions for the environment, energy and for lifestyle applications based on its Brand Vision 'Think GAIA'. SANYO Fisher Company (a division of SANYO North America Corporation, a subsidiary of SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.), based in Chatsworth, California, markets mobile phones, digital projectors, digital still cameras, digital media camcorders, home appliances, security video equipment, audio systems, portable and mobile electronics and HD televisions.