Hanwha Techwin America announced the Wisenet TNV-8010C 5MP corner mount camera. The new camera features a more compact design and has been specifically designed to make it impossible for a ligature to be tied around it, as well as very difficult for someone to remove it by force. The vandal-resistant and waterproof TNV-8010C also offers a robust solution for other demanding applications, such as the monitoring of activity at ATMs and inside elevators.
ZeroEyes has been selected by the Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) of Wisconsin to help improve security on its campuses. ZeroEyes’ proprietary solution will identify visible guns if present and send alerts to school administrators and security personnel within three to five seconds, helping to stop violent threats before they occur. KUSD is the third-largest school district in Wisconsin. with over 21,000 students and 4,200 employees.
Flock Safety announced the Wing integration, which puts software onto existing IP cameras to distill thousands of hours of footage into searchable images that solve crime. Wing allows law enforcement to use Flock Safety’s patented Vehicle Fingerprint technology on existing IP cameras to find a suspect vehicle by searching known details, including color, make, vehicle type, license plate, and unique features like aftermarket wheels, roof rack, a trailer hitch, and more.
Aiphone has added the IXG-MK IP Video Guard Station to its robust portfolio of solutions in its IXG Series Multi-Tenant Video Intercom System. The IXG-MK provides visitors a convenient way to call a building’s concierge, receptionist, or security guard directly from the entrance station. This is helpful when visitors are unsure how to reach a tenant or if they are simply trying to deliver a package to the front desk.
Johnson Controls has added four new models to its Tyco Illustra Essentials IP camera range. The new fourth-generation Essentials mini-dome, varifocal mini-dome, bullet, and varifocal bullet cameras, which supersede their respective older models, are all equipped with built-in adaptive IR illumination which enables them to capture up to two-megapixel HD resolution images of objects in total darkness up to a distance of 30m (98ft).
Aiphone and security communication products announced that 14 of its most popular IX Series IP video intercom stations and components have received certification from UL, an independent global safety science company that tests and certifies products. The IX Series IP video intercom stations and components which received UL certification were tested under UL standard, 62368-1, for audio/video, information, and communication technology equipment.
ONVIF announcedthat it is now live on GitHub, an online open-source development platform. The repository at github.com will help drive the development of ONVIF network interface specifications. ONVIF interoperability specifications are already publicly available as open standards and are implemented by more than 400 manufacturers of IP surveillance cameras, video management software and physical access control systems to enable communication between conformant devices and clients
The simplified version is designed to seamlessly configure up to 20 systems from the IX Series portfolio of IP video intercom components. The IX Simple Support Tool has a programming wizard which allows for the configuration of each station’s number, name, and IP address. All other settings are configured to the default values and automatically uploaded. Basic Call, Door Release, Emergency Call and one Group setting can be configured after the initial programming by using this tool.
Oncam announced the introduction of its powerful and compact C-Series and the first two cameras of this line, the C-12 Indoor and the C-12 Outdoor Plus, both featuring a 12MP sensor and powered by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Designed to support mission-critical video surveillance and security deployments, the Oncam C-Series provides the performance, resilience, scalability, and ease of use required of advanced 360-degree fisheye solutions.
As the application scenarios are becoming more and more demanding, traditional security systems are having problems catching up and often face issues such as too much false alarms triggered by pets, insects, leaves and other non-target objects; can only rely on video playback for confirmation after an event; and difficult evidence retrieval due to uncolored images at night. To address the above-mentioned issues once and for all, Dahua Technology launched its Three-in-One Camera solution, also known as the TiOC.
Johnson Controls announced the launch of its smart elevated skin temperature scanning solution, the Tyco Illustra Pro Thermal EST. A healthy and safe environment starts with a holistic approach that encompasses not only a building’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) infrastructure, but adds temperature screening among protocols including contact tracing, frictionless entry and exits, and the practice of social distancing.
Platinum CCTV recently integrated their thermal IP cameras into their AVM VMS platform in order to allow customers to receive immediate alerts via text, email and popup video on their PCs when persons enter into their facility with higher than normal skin temperatures. This new alerting system allows users to receive alerts critical to the triage process when employees or customers are entering as well as searching quickly to find all over-temp alerts or persons scanned.
Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions Corporation of America, formerly Panasonic Security Group in the U.S. and now branded as i-PRO, is launching its new series of surveillance cameras with artificial intelligence (AI) engines. The new i-PRO X-Series enable analytical applications on the network edge, further optimizing performance, system bandwidth and storage requirements. The new i-PRO X-Series employ an AI engine with on-board analytics.
The move will streamline administrative and collaborative processes while also leveraging the collective ingenuity of the global developer community. ONVIF interoperability specifications are already publicly available as open standards and are widely used as common communication interfaces between devices and software clients, such as IP surveillance cameras, video management software and physical access control systems from different manufacturers.
Dahua Technology, a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider, releases DMSS, its newly designed mobile client. DMSS can connect Dahua products via the Internet or Ethernet through P2P or IP, and can also be operated remotely. It supports all kinds of product types. DMSS can work in an environment with multiple internet connections. It connects Dahua products through both internet and Ethernet.
TRENDnet has introduced Mira, a new professional-grade surveillance camera management software to help users manage TRENDnet’s robust IP camera line. Mira is also the name of the software’s companion app, a free surveillance camera app for mobile devices that simplifies IP camera installation. The Mira VMS software includes advanced camera management features designed to simplify the monitoring of surveillance footage and the management of TRENDnet IP cameras.
Swann announced the release of the award-winning SwannTracker Security Cameraas well as the Swann Enforcer Camera Systems in 4K resolution, a perfect indoor and outdoor security solution for any home or business. The Swann Tracker Security Camera was first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show and was named a CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree as the world’s first compact, non-mechanical pan-tilt security camera that includes auto-tracking.
Hanwha announced that home décor retailer, Kirkland’s, has chosen Hanwha security cameras to improve security and business operations across hundreds of stores in the US. Protecting assets and people is always a top priority for Kirkland’s. With over 400 stores in 37 states, Kirkland’s is a go-to spot for a broad selection of distinctive merchandise: art, mirrors, candles, lamps, frames, accent rugs, furniture, and more.
With a new version of its video-based fire detection system AVIOTEC IP starlight 8000, Bosch Building Technologies now enables the early detection of fires with cameras, even in low light conditions. Both flames and smoke are reliably detected down to an ambient lighting level of 2 lux. For this purpose, Bosch has extended its proven video analytics in the camera by artificial intelligence, which processes the results of more than 20 algorithms and makes an alarm decision on this basis.
Hanwha Techwin America announced that Wilson Bank & Trust, a Tennessee-based independent, community-based bank, has upgraded the security infrastructure at 40 of its locations with Hanwha cameras. The Bank wanted IT-based, PoE (Powered over Ethernet) cameras that could produce high-quality video and did not require licenses. They also wanted DVRs or NVRs that would give them longer-term retention rates, 90-days at a minimum.