IndigoVision’s HD Bullet Camera provides robust surveillance
IndigoVision’s HD Bullet Camera provides robust surveillance

The launch of the BX600 HD Bullet Camera from IndigoVision creates a new, robust outdoor surveillance option with in-built IR illumination. The camera provides a high-resolution, open-standards offering and is highly effective where there is a requirement for an external camera in areas of minimal night-time ambient light. IP66 rated and ONVIF-conformant, the HD Bullet can be installed externally, without the need to be placed within an additional weather-proof housing, and can tolerate a wide range of conditions from -30°C to 50°C (-22°F to 122°F). The camera requires no additional lighting source, as it has built-in IR illumination delivering maximum image quality in low light. The easy to install HD Bullet enables customers to implement high-quality 1080p HD video while benefiting from IndigoVision’s complete solution.  Users can view live and recorded video from the camera within Control Center, the user interface to IndigoVision’s Security Management Solution, SMS4™. The cameras can be located anywhere on the network and streamed to numerous clients without the need for a central server. This distributed architecture enables the solution to be easily expanded and eliminates any single point of failure. Alex Swanson, Head of Engineering, commented “The new IndigoVision HD Bullet provides us with a trusted open-standards HD camera suitable for outdoor and low-light use. Designed to work seamlessly with IndigoVision’s SMS4™, the new addition complements the existing camera range providing customers with more choice and flexibility.” The BX600 HD Bullet Camera is a further expansion to IndigoVision’s 1080p BX camera range, which includes BX400 HD Minidomes and Microdomes.

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IndigoVision launches revolutionary H.264 HD IP camera range
IndigoVision launches revolutionary H.264 HD IP camera range

IndigoVision is launching a professional range of High-Definition (HD) IP CCTV cameras to worldwide markets at a number of forthcoming international security shows.  The HD 10000 series will complement the company's existing 8000 and 9000 range of True IP Cameras and are designed to work with the IndigoVision integrated end-to-end IP Video solution. Using outstanding H.264 compression technology, an HD 10000 series IP camera will allow high-definition video to be streamed at 15 fps and recorded for 50 days using just 1TB of storage.  Updated versions of the HD 10000 range, which allow video streaming at a full 30 fps, will be released shortly.  This exceptional compression enables IndigoVision's HD solution to be used on standard networks and storage, bringing the benefits of high-definition video to everyday CCTV surveillance applications.  The unique hardware-based compression engine of the HD 10000 series guarantees frames are never dropped. The HD IP cameras can be used alongside IndigoVision's current 4SIF resolution IP cameras, which use MPEG-4 and H.264 compression.  This will provide the end-user with a truly flexible solution and a wide spectrum of IP camera price/performance from which to choose.HD versions of all the company's current IP camera range will be rolled-out shortly.  These include internal, external and IP66 vandal resistant variants of the fixed and PTZ domes and internal static cameras.  Power-over-Ethernet support allows the cameras to be powered directly from the network, simplifying installation and reducing costs.  Options include full duplex audio and a range of different housings and fixings for wall or ceiling mounting.

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See. Speak. Hear: IndigoVision’s new cameras deliver all with amazing clarity
See. Speak. Hear: IndigoVision’s new cameras deliver all with amazing clarity

The IndigoVision IP camera range has been boosted with the launch of the enhanced Standard Definition (SD) camera range, including the 9000 range of Fixed and Fixed Dome Cameras, complimenting the existing IndigoVision High Definition (HD) and Megapixel (MP) camera ranges. Traditionally audio may not have been seen as a priority in the CCTV sector and as a result most IP cameras use outdated audio encoding technologies such as G.711 and G.728 compression. These technologies deliver poor quality audio, especially when picking up sounds other than the human voice, such as breaking glass. However, a new breed of security professionals in the industry are taking a different approach to audio, demanding high quality audio in their CCTV projects. "People often think of audio in the security industry as being a niche application.” stated Alex Swanson, IndigoVision’s Head of Engineering. “Before, most applications for audio were in a police custody type environment but we’re seeing rising CCTV markets, such as Australia and Brazil, using audio more creatively. We’ve had a number of cities in Latin America using the IndigoVision solution as part of “help points” located around the city, where citizens can simply press a button to have instant two-way communication with the central monitoring location. Because the audio in our cameras use Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), it means that you can hear much more than the human voice - gunshots, breaking glass or even footsteps. By adding this functionality into more of our IP cameras, it means we’re now meeting the demands of these markets and making it even easier for remote viewing and communication."In addition to audio, the IndigoVision SD camera range has had significant video performance improvements resulting in further enhanced video quality and significant storage cost reduction. 

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