NETAVIS Observer 4.5 is out now in its fourth version 4.5.3! With many new video management features and an innovative set of seamlessly integrated iCAT traffic video analytics, this release offers new highlights in addition to all previous functionality.
NETAVIS Observer 4.5 is out now in its second version 4.5.1! With many new video management features and an innovative set of seamlessly integrated iCAT traffic video analytics, this release offers new highlights in addition to all previous functionalities. Among them are the picture in picture archive access within the online monitor, a versatile live stream embedding in websites, an archive efficiency feature for improved utilisation of storage capacity, a generic RTSP driver enabling video streaming for many non-integrated cameras, a visual camera status overview and many more.
IP-cameras are standalone surveillance devices that do not require being connected to a computer. Such cameras have an IP address that a client can use to connect to that camera via a RTSP protocol and obtain video streaming data. And while this is usually enough for the purpose of video surveillance and monitoring, broadcasting a […]
Device Type Outdoor Dome Camera Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor Size 1/3.2″ Day / Night Yes Minimum Illumination Color: 0.1 lux at F2.0 (30 IRE, 2400°K); B/W: 0 lux (IR LED on) Color to B/W switch ISP based switch, configurable Mechanical IR Cut Filter Yes IR Sensitivity Range 700~1100nm IR LED IR LED x 15 (850nm) IR Working Distance 15 m (0 lux, 30 IRE, Max exposure gain) Electronic Shutter 1/5 ~ 1/2,000 sec (manual mode); 1/5 ~ 1/10,000 sec (auto mode) • Lens Focal Length / Aperture Vari-focal, f2.8 – 12 mm / F1.4 Fixed iris Manual focus Board Mount Horizontal Viewing Angle 70.5° – 28.2° Viewing Angle Adjustment Pan: 0° – 360°; Tilt: 17° – 163°; Rotate: 0° – 360° • Video Compression H.264 HP, MJPEG Maximum Frame Rate vs. Resolution 15 fps at 2048 x 1536; 30 fps at 1920 x 1080; 30 fps at 1280 x 720; 30 fps at 640 x 480 Multi-Streaming Simultaneous dual steams based on two configurations Bit Rate 28 Kbps – 6 Mbps (per stream) Bit Rate Mode Constant, Variable Image Enhancement White balance: automatic, hold, and manual; Brightness; Contrast; Sharpness(auto); Auto gain control; Digital noise reduction; Flickerless Privacy Mask 4 configurable regions Text Overlay User defined text on video Image Orientation Image flip and mirror • Network Protocol & Service TCP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, DHCP, PPPoE, RTP, RTSP, IPv6, DNS, DDNS, NTP, ICMP, ARP, IGMP, SMTP, FTP, UPnP, SNMP, Bonjour Ethernet Port 1, Ethernet (10/100 Base-T), RJ-45 connector Security IP […]
This outdoor night vision IP camera works on 10/100 Ethernet with Cat5 wiring. Multiple viewers can see video or snapshots in any of the supported formats including MPEG4, MJPEG, 3GPP and JPEG. Both HTTP and RTSP streaming protocols are supported for use with browsers or media players on Windows or Mac computers as well as iPhone, Droid, Blackberry or other web enabled cell phones. Multiple streams with 3 separate choices of image quality are available simultaneously. Video can be adjusted from near DVD quality with audio and full motion (2048K, 640 x 480, 30 fps) all the way down to a bandwidth saving mobile stream (20K, 176 x 144, 5 fps). With the included MicroSD memory card the camera functions as a standalone DVR for motion detection or continuous video. Recording time ranges from 1 hour/GB to almost 100 hours/GB based on selected video quality. The camera can automatically upload recorded video files to an FTP server or standalone network drive with FTP feature. This new version includes an indoor/outdoor connection box. The mounting bracket can attach to the top or bottom of the camera for maximum positioning flexibility. This camera can be powered over the Cat5 cable using 802.3af PoE Power over Ethernet technology or using the included international standard AC adapter. This camera can see up to 45 ft in absolute darkness with its powerful infrared LEDs. A router with available Cat5 network jack is required for operation. Access from outside the home network (LAN) requires internet […]
By Kirsty McMahon on February 19, 2014 Guest article by Scott Hudson, V ice-Chairman of the Technical Services Committee for ONVIF. Within the security market, hybrid environments are becoming more and more common. With a myriad of products from different manufacturers, wouldn’t it be nice, with little or no effort, to have these products work seamlessly with one another — a true plug-and-play scenario? Standards-based interfaces, such as those offered through ONVIF, the open industry forum for IP-based physical security products, have addressed the issue of interoperability among products at a basic level. While true plug-and-play capabilities can be difficult to achieve across multiple manufacturers, ONVIF addresses this interoperability through the definition of compatible specifications known as Profiles. At a minimum, certain functionalities must be supported for conformance with ONVIF’s profiles for video management, recording and access control. For example, Profile S for video streaming specifies how to stream video using RTSP, while Profile G for video recording specifies how to configure and start a recording. The specific details are defined in each respective Profile Specification available from the ONVIF site. While ONVIF provides a common definition that all of these conformant devices must follow, the challenge has been that while products may be in conformance with a profile, there can be some latitude in the extent to which various products achieve that conformance. Complying with the profile puts everyone on equal footing, but levels of performance may vary from meeting the minimum requirements to well exceeding it. So […]
London, United Kingdom – Bensoftware today announced the release of SecuritySpy 3.2, an update to the premier multi-camera video surveillance software for the Mac. With features such as motion detection, real-time compression of multiple camera feeds, and network video and audio streaming, SecuritySpy is designed for demanding video surveillance applications. New features in this version include ONVIF compatibility and performance improvements. “This update represents our ongoing commitment to maintaining top-quality software and responding to our customers’ feedback” said Ben Bird, the developer of SecuritySpy. “Combined with Mac OS X, the rock-solid operating system from Apple, SecuritySpy offers unsurpassed functionality, stability and ease of use.” The main features of SecuritySpy are as follows: * Record from multiple cameras simultaneously * Support for all major brands of IP cameras * Support for all industry-standard media formats: JPEG, MPEG-4, MxPEG, H.264 and AAC * ONVIF compatibility, and HTTP and RTSP streaming, for maximum camera compatibility * Extensively multi-threaded to take advantage of multi-core computers * Built-in web server for remote viewing and administration * Pan/Tilt/Zoom support * Sophisticated motion detection SecuritySpy supports a wide variety of IP cameras and video servers, including the popular ACTi, Axis, Panasonic, Sony and Vivotek ranges. And now, with this significant update to the software, SecuritySpy can additionally integrate with any ONVIF-compliant camera on the market. SecuritySpy features sophisticated motion detection, which can be used to trigger recording as well as email alerts and audio alarms. The built-in web server allows remote viewing of live video and […]
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire – 28 November 2013 Release date- 27112013 – Taipei, Taiwan- Synology Inc. today announced the official release of Surveillance Station 6.1, the latest version of their surveillance package. ‘Surveillance Station 6.1 is a significant release, which improves performance and efficiency in operation, while paving the way to a more frequent and flexible camera support,’ said Vic Hsu, CEO of Synology Inc. Surveillance Station 6.1 offers: Optimum live-view experience: Designed to replace Java, Surveillance Web Plugin on Windows now supports Internet Explorer in addition to Chrome and Firefox, providing an up to 5 times boost to the loading performance, while enabling users to simultaneously watch up to 49 live channels in full HD quality. Multiple live-view windows are now applicable, granting users the freedom to apply different layouts in various screens. Easy, intuitive navigation: On-screen operations, including PTZ for up to 32 directions, absolute position, focus, and iris-adjustment, are available. E-map management is reinforced with camera preview. Auto daylight saving mode is now supported in Timeline. Flexible camera configurations: Users can balance the streaming performance and area of interest via the option of field of view (FOV), and have better control over the bandwidth with different bitrate settings. Multiple code engines are supported, allowing live view and recording streams being set in different performance profiles. RTSP/RTP Tunneling Protocol enables users to choose among four protocols (Auto, UDP, TCP and HTTP) to determine how to connect to the camera. Efficiency in deployment and […]