Published on 18 December, 2013
Bulwark’s BW-D2381H3 WDR feature will now be used in various verticals.
WDR applications: now and after?
Currently, WDR surveillance cameras are employed mainly in the banking and finance sectors. Other common applications are parking lots, big plazas, building entrances, ports, tollbooths, and other areas that are frequently affected by varying light patterns and strong backlight. In order to capture detailed images within the areas of surveillance under the ever changing lighting throughout the four seasons, a high quality WDR camera is needed to fulfil this demand. Not only can this help with ongoing police investigations, but also acts as evidence when disputes occur.
Financial Institutions and Banks: In financial institutions and banks, most WDR cameras are installed at all entrances, main halls with floor-to ceiling windows, armoured car driveways, entrances to underground parking garages, ATM locations
Highway Tollbooths: Presently, low lux WDR surveillance cameras used for traffic monitoring are mainly used in highway tollbooths to watch over toll lanes and monetary transactions at the booths.
Traffic Monitoring: Due to the ability to automatically capture those who run a red light, video surveillance helps to raise the level of observation in traffic monitoring centres.
Commercial sectors and areas of extreme lighting: Many store and shopping centre operators will have certain applications where WDR cameras are required. As most of their interior decorations encompass light-reflective floors or translucent infrastructures, the WDR feature is needed to monitor the operation status in and out of the stores, surrounding crowd and traffic flows, and safety conditions as well.
WDR will present you a better colour effects. Super wide dynamic network camera supports 120dB dynamic range, combined with its excellent wide dynamic algorithm can be seamlessly integrated nicely slow shutter two images, the image around to meet the King of light imaging needs too much difference between light and dark scenes.