Published on 20 October, 2006
The CBC stand at this year's Security was completely in the style of the Wild West.
The product highlights were the all-in-one camera series "Vandy" as well as numerous innovations in the field of the megapixel IP cameras. It was absolutely breathtaking to view the ride on the bull (CBC had American bull-riding on offer) with the 5 million pixel cameras in unparalleled quality and it threw many a visitor right out of the saddle. However, no one was discouraged by this for tombola prizes were waiting at the end and all the riders also received a small consolation prize.
The "Saloon" invited people to enjoy a cosy atmosphere with hot and cold drinks and, in addition, the visitors were continuously supplied with tasty nachos. The background was also lovingly created to reproduce every detail exactly. Life-sized cactuses, crates of explosives and "Wanted" posters with the latest products and articles were just as well integrated as the conformable tables where exciting games of poker took place in the real Wild West. Lively discussions were held at these tables with international interested visitors over a traditional sushi meal and the innovations demonstrated.
The management systems idip and DTS, which could already be assessed at the Security 2004, were also of interest. However, this year the line-ups (ML series) were exhibited which extend both the frame rates and the management features. However, no duel took place with the embedded systems, which were also on exhibit, as evidently both technologies are extremely popular. The new Digi-Master series was literally surrounded by people, which can, of course, also happen in the Wild West.
This year's event was analysed at CBC by means of video analysis, which identified causal connections for the first time. For example, the number of visitors was recorded automatically and items of luggage left behind were recognised. Certainly the main issue, which will occupy the market in the months to come.
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