Dahua Technology USA, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, is now shipping 4K and multi-sensor cameras for coaxial infrastructure. Dahua’s revolutionary HD over coax technology, HDCVI, continues to meet the growing needs of the security industry with these new additions to the product line. The 4K HDCVI camera series is the industry’s first line of 4K over coax surveillance cameras, and Dahua’s HDCVI multi-sensor rounds out the company’s robust offerings of HDCVI products. These innovative cameras provide greater options to users of coaxial infrastructure, allowing them to maximize their investment in legacy systems.
Milestone Systems, the number one open platform company in networked VMS has released Device Pack 9.1 for partners and customers using Milestone XProtect video solutions.
The bi-monthly device packs contain software updates supporting new hardware. These updates are always a priority at Milestone: supporting the widest range of devices possible is a crucial part of the company’s open platform promise. This year, Milestone reached an industry first 6,000 supported devices, with new devices constantly being added to each device pack that comes out.
Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, announced AXIS FA Series with modular cameras for highly discreet, cost-efficient video surveillance, and three new additions to AXIS P13 Series that offer 4K resolution in full frame rate and that enable coverage of large areas with high image detail.
FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced FLIR United VMS 8.0, the latest version of the company’s flagship video management solution (VMS), and three high-performance security cameras, including the FLIR PT-Series HD (High-Definition) thermal and visible camera system, the FLIR Quasar 4K fixed box camera, and the FLIR Ariel 3MP (3-megapixel) corner camera. All three cameras integrate with FLIR United VMS 8.0 and expand the company’s end-to-end line of security solutions.
Dahua Technology USA, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, announces the introduction of the industry’s first HDCVI surveillance cameras with 4K resolution. Available in a box, dome, and bullet-style housing, the new Dahua 4K (8MP) HDCVI 3.0 cameras are designed to seamlessly integrate with Dahua’s X58A Ultra Series or C52A Pro Series HCVR to provide a comprehensive image capture and recording solution.
For years, consumer technology has resided in two rooms: the office, and the living room. At CES 2015, expect it to colonize the rest of the home. That’s not to say that you won’t find traditional PCs and televisions this week in Las Vegas. But consumer firms have moved beyond those mature, traditional markets into mobile technology, wearables, and cars – and they keep moving. This year, the theme of the show may very well be the connected home, as smartphones and tablets take on a new role as control devices for the Internet of Things.
With the Internet of Things (IoT) a hot topic throughout 2014, consumers and businesses are increasingly aware of the advantages of IP connectivity. And security professionals and business owners are keenly aware of the concept’s importance in ensuring the safety of their clients and organizations respectively. The new HD standard 4K or ‘Ultra HD’ have been two of the year’s most talked-about technologies and the next natural step in the industry’s ongoing endeavors to enhance image quality and greater surveillance coverage.
Bosch is changing the game when it comes to wide-angle yet detailed surveillance. The new DINION IP ultra 8000 MP camera simultaneously supports a wide-angle overview and multiple focus points on a single screen to focus on details without losing the bigger picture. Its 12-megapixel or 4K ultra HD resolution allows any given subject to be viewed in detail unknown until now even when zoomed-in. As a result, this new IP-camera offers the decisive clarity needed for collecting relevant evidence for highly detailed and effective retrospective analysis.
DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, announced the launch of its new Quasar 4K Ultra HD mini-dome and bullet cameras, an addition to its cost-saving and performance-enhancing 4K Certified Solutions suite. DVTEL’s Quasar 4K Ultra HD cameras utilize a state-of-the-art, broadcast-quality Ultra HD media processor and deliver four times more detail at full 30 fps than today’s best full HD 1080p cameras and legacy 10MP cameras.
Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China introduced its first 4K network camera IPC-HF81200E, ushering in the UHD (Ultra high-definition) era. Defined and approval by International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a 4K camera should offer resolution at 3840 x 2160 with high color fidelity in a 16:9 format using progressive scanning at 25/30Hz.