FLIR has announced the Saros™ line of security cameras, its next-generation outdoor security product line that combines multiple traditional perimeter protection technologies into a unified solution. This approach is designed to deliver accurate, actionable alerts and verified alarm data. The FLIR Saros camera line enables commercial businesses to implement state-of-the-art outdoor intrusion detection in a cost-effective manner.
3xLOGIC announced that Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (NC) have standardized on 3xLOGIC hybrid NVRs across their expansive school district. The district has 23 education and administration buildings, all equipped with a mix of analog and IP-cameras. At upwards of 90 to 100 cameras at some locations, Chapel Hill-Carrboro has video from several hundreds of cameras system wide.
We recently discussed how casinos and gaming facilities are realizing the benefits of IP video to secure their facilities and meet gaming compliance regulations. Yet, there’s another reason why the migration from analog to IP video is taking place at such a rapid pace. As gaming facilities continue transitioning to full IP video systems to capitalize on the high-quality imaging they provide, they are also realizing other benefits that include the ability to centralize and manage surveillance operations more efficiently.
FLIR introduced the FB-Series ID, the latest fixed bullet thermal security camera in the FB-Series family. Combining best-in-class thermal image detail and high-performance onboard analytics, the FB-Series ID is ideal for narrow to wide area perimeter detection and sterile-zone monitoring. The FB-Series ID features accurate video analytics that are capable of classifying human or vehicular intrusions.
One major transformation in casino surveillance and security operations is the transition from analog video to digital recording and IP-cameras. The change is being brought about by several factors: some gaming commissions now insist on remote access to recorded or live video, which analog video cannot do; many manufacturers no longer make or sell VCRs; and analog systems have limitations on cable distances and distribution points, which limits their functionality.
IP-cameras market Report speaks about the manufacturing process and describes IP-cameras introduction, product type and application, market overview, market analysis by States, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force. The report also analyzes the manufacturers of IP-cameras, with profile, main business, news, sales, price, revenue, and market share in 2016 and 2017. And also covered is the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017. There are 17 Chapters to deeply display the United States IP-cameras market.
Leveraging its experience in camera image analysis and intelligent algorithms, Dahua Technology has developed thermal imaging devices with innovative functions that balance visible light with infrared, enabling the ability to effectively monitor an area under all lighting conditions. In addition, these functions include advanced capabilities such as intelligent temperature measurement, which further extends the scope of surveillance applications such as in detecting forest fires or quickly checking for passengers with high fevers at international airports.
The IPSDV20X2 utilizes the 1/2.8” Sony Starvis CMOS sensor with progressive scanning, allowing exceptional, sharp video motion images in low-light applications. The Full HD, 1080p resolution and 20X,4.7~94mm optical zoom lens with auto-focus and 16X digital zoom, provide brilliant video surveillance over long distances.
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.
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.