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ASSA ABLOY provides access control solutions to Priory Academy LSST in Lincolnshire
8 April, 2015: ASSA ABLOY supplied UNION Codehandle sets, providing effective key-less locking/unlocking for students’ interior doors ASSA ABLOY UK has worked closely with Lincoln Security to provide one of the...

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Nedap’s SENSIT sensors help improve utilisation of Verona’s parking bays
8 April, 2015: The city selected SENSIT after intensive testing of accuracy and performance in providing real-time occupancy data for parking space Parking is a major issue in all urban centres, due to the ever increasing lack of...

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Bearacade Door Control enforces equal working opportunities for manufacturing employees
7 April, 2015: Bearcade’s ships its injected molded piece to Hattie Larlhan, an organisation that serves individuals with disabilities BEARACADE Door Control System employs developmentally disabled people on the...
Guardian24 acquired by Send For Help Group
7 April, 2015: The two companies will share new product development and technical expertise The Send For Help Group has acquired Bluechip Technologies Ltd (trading as Guardian24), which makes the Group the largest lone...
SureView creates Central Station Certified Center designation for partners
7 April, 2015: The certification requires that the partner meets or exceeds all published minimum standards for Immix SureView Systems, a global leader in video and security event management software, announced recently...
Cobham deploys ten RF video links for upcoming American Ninja Warrior season
7 April, 2015: Cobham’s 2RU PRORXB wireless receiver platform is a feature-rich COFDM receiver/decoder Cobham Tactical Communications and Surveillance, the RF specialist company, has announced the use of ten...

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ExtraHop launches new VOIP and video analysis module for IT operations
ExtraHop, the global leader in real-time wire data analytics for IT intelligence and business operations,...
Mayflex to distribute Suprema biometric products in the UK
6 April, 2015: Mayflex signed an agreement with Entertech to distribute Suprema biometric readers for access control Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and electronic security solutions distributor has formed a distribution...
Vicon to unveil new strategy for Partner ecosystem at ISC West 2015
2 April, 2015: Vicon’s new strategic focus includes building a team-centric ecosystem of Partners and industry experts Vicon is planning to deliver a new range of effective solutions to the market and is setting the pace to deliver...
Joseph Kolchinsky joins ihiji Board of Directors
1 April, 2015: Joseph Kolchinsky, Founder and Managing Director of OneVision, joins ihiji Board of Directors ihiji the leader in remote network management with its award winning ihiji invision service, is pleased to welcome to its Board of...
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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 to be very sophisticated­ to generate a sharp and crisp image of the moving object.

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