Pinnacle technology offers a range of products to suit a variety of industries. These include business telephone systems, video editing software and robotic abrasive belt polishing and buffing.
Pinnacle technology has a reputation for delivering high quality electronics for its diverse clientele. Their products range from simple printed circuit board assemblies to high-end electromechanical box builds.
Pinnacle technology manufactures a variety of security systems, including surveillance cameras, alarm systems, fire alarms, access control, and audio and visual equipment. It also offers professional installation and monitoring.
Unlike most other security companies, Pinnacle doesn’t charge an upfront payment for its devices. You can even create your own package and customize it to fit your needs and budget.
The company also has a “translator” that can translate your old device’s wired signals to wireless ones, which can save you money from buying new equipments. They’re also one of the few companies that provide facial recognition, which can be helpful in preventing crimes such as robbery.
The company’s software provides a clear and easy to use interface that overlays the different security sub systems, allowing you to set up a system tailored to your requirements, whether that be armed/disarmed, day/night, high security/low security or any of the many other arming profiles. It also allows entry and exit routes to be defined for each arming profile, making it easier to navigate the system without having to know everything in depth.
Video Editing Software
Pinnacle technology produces video editing software that is used by people who want to create professional-quality videos. This software is used to cut clips together, apply chroma keys, adjust lighting and color, and add sound effects.
Some of the positive aspects of this software include its user-friendly interface, a vast array of tools, and streamlined workflows. It also allows users to group and edit clips at the same time, enabling them to work more efficiently and produce polished video results.
However, the software is not without flaws. It may demand on the computer’s hardware, and it is often unstable, which can lead to frustration for some users.
In addition, the timeline marker feature in Avid Studio and Pinnacle technology v. 16 places markers in the timeline, instead of inside a clip. This is not intuitive, and it can cause problems when you want to adjust the timing of one clip relative to another.
Robotic Abrasive Belt Polishing and Buffing
Pinnacle technology offers robotic abrasive belt polishing and buffing services to meet customer requirements. Their automated systems take the variables out of finishing processes, resulting in high repeatable quality at a reduced cost.
The abrasive belt polishing & buffing equipment they use has precise force and constant speed tooling that accounts for part variability and abrasive wear to minimize cycle times, reducing the risk of workman’s comp claims and scrap due to human error.
Designed and built by pinnacle technology, these high production robotic work cells provide a variety of decorative lock hardware satin finishing operations for different style door levers using coated abrasive belts and nylon abrasive finishing wheels. They are fully programmable for rapid machine changeover and operate at very high production rates to meet the “just in time” production schedules of their customers.
These robotic abrasive belt grinding and polishing machines are able to handle large parts that would be too heavy for manual operation. This saves labor and allows the operator to focus on other production areas.
Corrections professionals rely on inmate identification to gain understanding of who they are dealing with, where they belong, and their level of classification. Wristbands and ID cards are the most common form factors used to deliver this information, but they each have their own strengths and weaknesses.
Wristbands are generally shorter, less expensive, and easier to transfer than ID cards. However, they aren’t always secure and can be easily exchanged between inmates. For this reason, enforcing strong policies and swift consequences for removing or tampering with wristbands will increase their lifespan.
Some inmate wristbands are laminated, allowing them to be compatible with QR code, barcode, and RFID mobile inmate management platforms. PDC’s Clincher wristbands, for example, feature a label insert that slides in from one end and is laminated to the band before it’s fastened to the inmate’s wrist with metal fasteners.
Unlike Clincher wristbands, Pinnacle Technologies’ Endur ID inmate wristbands don’t have a label insert. Instead, the QR code or barcode is printed directly on the band, and if it’s wet, the band won’t be compatible with mobile inmate management solutions.
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