Digital Watchdog

Digital Watchdog Launches Second Generation MEGApix CaaS Edge Camera Line

DW announced the upcoming release of our second generation MEGApix® CaaS edge cameras. The new cameras —including 4MP ultra-low profile vandal domes with fixed lens (DWC-MF4WiC), 4MP vandal domes with motorized auto focus zoom and varifocal lens (DWC-MV84WiAC), 5MP vandal fisheye models (DWC-PVF5M1TIRC) and 4MP license plate recognition models (DWC-MB44LPRC)— are powered by DW Spectrum® IPVMS server onboard.

Digital Watchdog Now Offers New Storage Solutions

Digital Watchdog® announced the launch of our new line of network attached storage (NAS) solutions. The new Blackjack® NAS series, introduced to the market in 1 Hard Drive (HDD) models (2HDD models will be available by the end of Q1), are added storage solutions for any Blackjack® NVR or MEGApix® CaaS system.

Digital Watchdog’s New MEGApix 4MP LPR Bullet Camera

Digital Watchdog (DW) is proud to announce the upcoming release of the new MEGApix 4-Megapixel License Plate Recognition (LPR) camera (DWC-MB44iALPR). The new LPR IP-camera offers a specialty solution for applications looking to capture license plates on moving vehicles at up to 50mph. The camera is integrated with DW Spectrum IPVMS to help users get the most from live and recorded video quickly and easily.

New DW Spectrum IPVMS v3.0 Now Available

Digital Watchdog® (DW®), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras and related management software, is proud to announce the release of the latest build of DW Spectrum® IPVMS. New version 3.0 takes a quantum leap forward in design and operability, delivering the most advanced capabilities while making the user interface (UI) simpler to master than ever.

Digital Watchdog Adds 4MP License Plate Recognition Bullet Camera To MEGApix Family

Digital Watchdog® (DW™), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras, and related management software, is proud to announce the upcoming release of the new 4-Megapixel License Plate Recognition (LPR) MEGApix® camera. It is on display and attendees can use it live at the ISC West 2017 Industry Trade Show in Las Vegas, April 5-7, Booth 26089. The new IP LPR camera offers a specialty solution for applications looking to capture license plates in moving vehicles up to 50mps. The camera is integrated with DW Spectrum® IPVMS to help users get the most from live and recorded video quickly and easily.

New Digital Watchdog App Makes A Smartphone Or Tablet Into An Instant Surveillance Camera

Digital Watchdog announces the release of the new DW Mobile Witness™ mobile application for iOS smart phones and tablets. The DW Mobile Witness app turns the camera on a supported smartphone or tablet into a surveillance camera that can be viewed and recorded with a Digital Watchdog® VMAX IP PLUS™ PoE Network Video Recorder (NVR).

Digital Watchdog Releases New DW Spectrum VMS Version 2.3

Digital Watchdog (DW™), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras, and related management software, announces the release of DW Spectrum™ IP Video Management Software (VMS) version 2.3. This significant update restructures the software’s architecture, replacing the server system and simplifying the user’s experience with easy management of multiple servers and sites.

Digital Watchdog Presents Technology Demonstrations of New 16K and 8MP Panoramic Cameras at ASIS 2014

Digital Watchdog (DW), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras and related management software, demonstrated two new ‘industry first’ products at the ASIS International Seminars and Exhibits. Four user-configurable 4K and 1080p sensors will be shown in single housings delivering simultaneous video streams at 30 frames-per-second (FPS). ASIS attendees witnessed live images from these cameras.

Linear And Digital Watchdog Announce e3 OneBox

Linear, announces the e3 OneBox that combines Linear’s embedded browser IP-based access control platform with Digital Watchdog’s full-featured DW-VMAX digital video recording capability within one enclosure to create a fully-integrated access and video solution. Integrating access control and video into a single platform has many security and installation benefits. Event-driven video tagging, for instance, allows […]