Built-in Intelligence For All-New AUTODOME IP 4000i And 5000i Cameras From Bosch

Until now, level of detail has been the key quality parameter for surveillance cameras, as clear images at all times was the most important feature for high security. True, security personnel must see all relevant information in great detail to react quickly and take appropriate action. But what if a moving object leaves the camera’s field of view? The AUTODOME IP family of pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) cameras is the answer. These enable users manually to keep track of persons of interest as they move – even at speed, far beyond a fixed camera’s field of view.

Mushroom Networks Introduces ThirdEye 4000i For Mission-Critical PTZ Surveillance

Mushroom Networks, innovators in Broadband-Bonding™ and Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) platforms, has launched ThirdEye 4000i, a hardened, Internet bonding device that can combine up to 4 cellular data connections into a single Internet connection so that video surveillance systems, such as Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) surveillance cameras, can be deployed without requiring wired Internet connections and still support high fidelity, high resolution and low latency over bonded cellular modems. With four embedded modems that support all carriers worldwide, a wide temperature range, greater vibration tolerance, and perhaps most importantly, Mushroom Networks’ proprietary Broadband Bonding technology, the ThirdEye 4000i is an ideal solution for remote surveillance applications without access to wired Internet that require mission-critical reliability.