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Sony Full HD video security cameras installed at Yicheng Prison, China
10 August, 2015: The prison has installed 25 units of SNC-ER580 PTZ cameras, together with 176 units of SNC-CH240 box-type cameras Yicheng Prison has upgraded its analogue CCTV system with Sony’s brand new...

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The challenge of keeping contraband out of prisons
The technological resources from the physical security sector available to prisons dealing with contraband threats are effective For those outside the security industry, the idea of prison contraband rarely extends beyond...
G4S management of new UK prison receives praise from Government inspectors
6 March, 2015: The inspectors have expressed confidence on G4S’s plans for the future Government inspectors published their second review into progress made at Britain’s newest prison, HMP Oakwood near...

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South African Department of Correctional Services orders 14 ODSecurity Through-Body Scanners
27 January, 2015: Two SOTER RS units will be deployed in each of seven correctional facilities across South Africa In one of their largest orders ever, ODSecurity of the Netherlands has sold 14 SOTER RS Through-Body Scanners to the...

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Drone attacks at U.S. prisons present new category of risk
22 August, 2014: If you had a super power, would you use it for good or evil? The question might typically be the subject of vigorous debate among third graders, but it’s also a question that comes up when you consider...
MorphoTrak and Identity One deliver BIOGUARD fingerprint identification system
11 November, 2013: The BIOGUARD system meets the demanding needs of correctional center environments The sheriff's office is stepping up their booking system to keep tabs on their inmates and make sure the wrong person isn't...

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Morse Watchman’s key control and management system provides security for detention center in New Mexico
29 August, 2013: The KeyWatcher Key Control System controls access to the large number of keys used throughout the facility As the facility coordinator for New Mexico’s Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC), Randy...
SightLogix to help with outdoor security challenges facing correctional facilities across North America
31 July, 2013: SightLogix SightSensor smart video security cameras provide a highly accurate means of automated detection SightLogix Inc., the leading manufacturer of smart thermal cameras for video security applications, is solving...
ODSecurity to open new office in the United States
23 November, 2012: ODSecurity’s new branch will be based at College Station, Texas and will provide sales operations ODSecurity, manufacturers of the SOTER RS Security Through Body Scanner, one of the world’s most...
Sean Ackroyd joins Harper Chalice Group as new Business Development Manager
30 July, 2012: Sean Ackroyd to boost UK sales for Harper's new perimeter intrusion detection systems Sean Ackroyd has joined Harper Chalice Group Limited to spear-head the UK sales of their FenceSecure and...
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MOBOTIX p25 6MP indoor ceiling camera with 6MP moonlight sensor technology
MOBOTIX p25 6MP indoor ceiling camera with 6MP moonlight sensor technology

The new benchmark in lowlight for objects in motion

The brand-new MOBOTIX 6MP cameras have an outstanding increase of light sensitivity of more than 100-times than the former 3MP cameras. The monochrome version reaches even a 300-times higher sensitivity than the previous series. Instead of one full second of exposure time the new 6MP systems can select only 1/100 s which results in capturing even fast moving objects in low light conditions.

Short exposure times are essential

In security monitoring every moment and therefore every single frame of a video recording has to be as sharp as possible. For moving objects this implies the necessity of short instead of long exposure times. Unfortunately a short exposure time of 1/100 s grabs 10-times less light than a 1/10 s. Especially in low light conditions, the lens, the image sensor itself and the image processing for sure have ...

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