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Canon to showcase its megapixel network camera range at IFSEC

Published on 6 May, 2011

Canon introduces its range of network cameras and software at IFSEC 2011 

Canon Europe, world-leader in imaging solutions, is exhibiting its latest security technology at IFSEC 2011 (Hall 04, booth E40), including four new 1.3 megapixel network surveillance cameras and the latest Canon network video recording software. Canon's recently announced high definition network cameras (the VB-M40VB-M600DVB-M600VE and VB-M700F) will be available across Europe from June 2011 and include newly designed Canon lenses, the Canon DIGIC NET imaging processing platform and embedded video content analytics. On stand, Canon will show its full line up of standard definition and high resolution cameras alongside three software packages, and will demonstrate ONVIF compatibility with its third party video management software partners AxxonSoft.

Canon's Network Video Recording Software (RM-64, RM-25 and RM-9), supports H.264, a highly cost efficient compression method which drastically reduces the storage requirements of recording high resolution megapixel video. Canon will also be showcasing its involvement in a challenging project at the Colosseum in Rome, which provides the security team with higher quality images to improve their ability to protect the World Heritage Site. Canon cameras are used in a new digital surveillance infrastructure, which replaces an analogue solution.

"Our new megapixel network cameras demonstrate how we are applying our expertise and market leadership in imaging technologies such as Digital SLR, broadcasting and analytics..."

Floris Oranje, Business Development Manager for Video Communications Cameras, Canon Europe says: "Our new megapixel network cameras demonstrate how we are applying our expertise and market leadership in imaging technologies such as Digital SLR, broadcasting and analytics, to the surveillance sector."

"As the migration from analogue to digital video security continues, our megapixel offering provides exceptional image quality, letting users see greater detail in more light conditions. Customers like the Colosseum in Rome are really seeing the difference."

What's on stand:

  • Video Surveillance cameras and software: Canon's newly announced VB-M40, VB-M600D, VB-M600VE and VB-M700F cameras all share the same high specifications high resolution, ultra wide-angle lens, 3x optical zoom and embedded analytics functions. These will be accompanied on stand by Canon's range of standard definition network cameras: the VB-C60VB-C300, VB-500D and VB-C500VD.
  • Canon Network Camera Solutions: Network cameras can be used in a wide variety of markets; examples shown on stand are a retail intelligence solution using video analytics to provide customer frequency analysis, a mobile POS solution using network cameras integrated with Canon's POS handy terminals and a visitor information solution for the hospitality market developed by partner PC-Studio Gmbh.


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