Compare FD8166-F6 with MD8562  (2)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/3
1/3
Colour Type
Colour / Monochrome
Colour / Monochrome
Resolution TVL
2 MP
1920 x 1080
Sensitivity lux
0.18
0.2
Dome Type
Static
PTZ
Digital (DSP)
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Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
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Voltage
PoE
12 ~ 36 V
Focal length
6 mm
2.8
Compression
H.264, MJPEG
H.264, MPEG-4, MJPEG
Back Light Compensation
White Balance
Electronic Shutter range
1/5 sec. ~ 1/32,000 sec.
1/5 ~ 1/32,000 s
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB
> 53
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Auto Gain Control
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VIVOTEK provides seamless safety and security for airport transportation system
VIVOTEK provides seamless safety and security for airport transportation system

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) is one of five airports in Taiwan with regular international flights, and is by far the busiest. Last year, TPE dealt with approximately 34 million passengers, ranking TPE the 11th busiest airport worldwide in terms of international passengers. TPE comprises two terminals, each harbouring roughly half of the passengers. A comprehensive transport system is established within the airport to transport passengers between terminals and in/out of the airport. This system comprises trains, buses, taxis, and the people mover system (PMS), better known as the Skytrain. Unmanned airport transport system The Skytrain is a fully automatic train system that runs between the two terminal buildings at TPE. The construction of the PMS was initially imitated by the Civil Aeronautics Administration in 1997, and subsequently completed under the collaboration of the China Engineering Consultants Inc., Japan Niigata Transys Co., Ltd., and Taiwan Rapid Transit Corp. The PMS was formally launched by TPE on 18 January 2003. The PMS consists of 2 parallel tracks, North and South, each providing bidirectional service. A single car serves the north track for airline passengers only. The south track serves both airline passengers and the public, separated by platform dividers between the cars. Because of the increasing number of passengers that use the PMS each year, security within train carriages has become prevailing problem for the unmanned transport system. Thus, TPE commissioned Apogear, a distributor of VIVOTEK products in Taiwan, and System Integrator Plustek to design and deploy a solution to meet the safety and security demands of TPE. Comprehensive mobile solution The MD8562 Camera is ideal for monitoring the mobile carriage spaces of the Skytrain system Taking into account the immense flow of people in an international airport context, as well as the fact that surveillance in mobile environments required specialized products, Apogear and Plustek formulated a comprehensive mobile solution comprising 10 state-of-the-art VIVOTEK cameras. A series of hardware and software comparisons were conducted to identify the ideal device for this setting, where the VIVOTEK MD8562 Mobile Dome Network Camera surpassed all established benchmarks and all competition in its category. Thus, the MD8562 was selected for the in-carriage surveillance of the Skytrain. The MD8562 is a dome network camera geared specifically for mobile applications, such as trains, buses, and other vehicles. This camera model is fully compliant with EN50155 standards and meets all shock and vibration criteria set by EN50155. The camera is housed within a vandal- (IK10-rated) and weatherproof (IP67-rated) dome housing to withstand the harshest environmental conditions. The camera itself features a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor capable of capturing 1080p Full HD video at 30 FPS and supports real-time H.264, MPEG-4, and MJPEG compression technologies to provide detailed footage whilst reducing file size and conserving network bandwidth. The wide-angle fixed lens and WDR Pro technology exponentially increases the camera’s field of view and ability to capture minute details in extremely bright, extremely dark, or light-fluctuating environments. Therefore, the MD8562 Mobile Dome Network Camera is ideal for monitoring the mobile carriage spaces of the Skytrain system. Increased safety and security Sandy Huang, Product Manager at Plustek, stated “Since the deployment of the new surveillance system in August 2014, a tangible improvement in safety and security within the PMS can be well observed. The cameras installed in each of the train carriages operate seamlessly with the airport’s network video recorder to produce detailed, unobstructed footage. Airport management praised VIVOTEK for the excellent quality of its cameras, anticipating future collaboration in enhancing the security of other sections of the airport.” Save Save Save Save Save

VIVOTEK secures Skytrain transport system at Taiwan Taoyuan International airport
VIVOTEK secures Skytrain transport system at Taiwan Taoyuan International airport

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) is one of five airports in Taiwan with regular international flights, and is by far the busiest. Last year, TPE dealt with approximately 34 million passengers, ranking TPE the 11th busiest airport worldwide in terms of international passengers. TPE comprises two terminals, each harboring roughly half of the passengers. A comprehensive transport system is established within the airport to transport passengers between terminals and in/out of the airport. This system comprises trains, buses, taxis, and the people mover system (PMS), better known as the Skytrain. High quality security system is required for the unmanned transport system The Skytrain is a fully automatic train system that runs between the two terminal buildings at TPE. The construction of the PMS was initially imitated by the Civil Aeronautics Administration in 1997, and subsequently completed under the collaboration of the China Engineering Consultants Inc., Japan Niigata Transys Co., Ltd., and Taiwan Rapid Transit Corp. The PMS was formally launched by TPE on 18 January 2003. The PMS consists of 2 parallel tracks, North and South, each providing bidirectional service. A single car serves the north track for airline passengers only. The south track serves both airline passengers and the public, separated by platform dividers between the cars. Because of the increasing number of passengers that use the PMS each year, security within train carriages has become prevailing problem for the unmanned transport system. Thus, TPE commissioned Apogear, a distributor of VIVOTEK products in Taiwan, and System Integrator Plustek to design and deploy a solution to meet the safety and security demands of TPE. Comprehensive mobile solution for the mobile environments "Airport management praised VIVOTEK for the excellent quality of its cameras, anticipating future collaboration in enhancing the security of other sections of the airport” Taking into account the immense flow of people in an international airport context, as well as the fact that surveillance in mobile environments required specialised products, Apogear and Plustek formulated a comprehensive mobile solution comprising 10 state-of-the-art VIVOTEK cameras. A series of hardware and software comparisons were conducted to identify the ideal device for this setting, where the VIVOTEK MD8562 Mobile Dome Network Camera surpassed all established benchmarks and all competition in its category. Thus, the MD8562 was selected for the in-carriage surveillance of the Skytrain. The MD8562 is a dome network camera geared specifically for mobile applications, such as trains, buses, and other vehicles. This camera model is fully compliant with EN50155 standards and meets all shock and vibration criteria set by EN50155. The camera is housed within a vandal- (IK10-rated) and weatherproof (IP67-rated) dome housing to withstand the harshest environmental conditions. The camera itself features a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor capable of capturing 1080p Full HD video at 30 FPS and supports real-time H.264, MPEG-4, and MJPEG compression technologies to provide detailed footage whilst reducing file size and conserving network bandwidth. The wide-angle fixed lens and WDR Pro technology exponentially increases the camera’s field of view and ability to capture minute details in extremely bright, extremely dark, or light-fluctuating environments. Therefore, the MD8562 Mobile Dome Network Camera is ideal for monitoring the mobile carriage spaces of the Skytrain system. Safety and security are well ensured within the PMS Sandy Huang, Product Manager at Plustek, stated “Since the deployment of the new surveillance system in August 2014, a tangible improvement in safety and security within the PMS can be well observed. The cameras installed in each of the train carriages operate seamlessly with the airport’s network video recorder to produce detailed, unobstructed footage. Airport management praised VIVOTEK for the excellent quality of its cameras, anticipating future collaboration in enhancing the security of other sections of the airport.”

VIVOTEK IP CCTV system installed at Siam Paragon shopping centre in Thailand
VIVOTEK IP CCTV system installed at Siam Paragon shopping centre in Thailand

Siam Paragon, the eponymous shopping centre built by Siam Paragon Development Co. Ltd., opened its doors to the public in 2005. The complex was well received and has since enjoyed eight years of steady fanfare, enough time and growth to warrant a comprehensive CCTV system upgrade. Moving toward the Intelligence Overhauling the eight-year-old CCTV system involved a delicate process of replacing the original coaxial cable with a new UTP cable. Both systems had to be fully operational for the entire duration of the swap, running parallel to each other until the new cable was successfully in place. Only once the new CCTV system was completely installed could the old system be disengaged. Aside from the tricky hands-on aspect of the upgrade, time pressure further presented a twofold problem. First of all, the project had to be completed within four months. Even under normal circumstances that is a relatively tight deadline, but there was yet a second catch: work could only commence after shopping hours. When the Siam Paragon closed its doors for the night, a new wave of activity was set in motion on the inside. Thankfully the team was able to pull off the project in due time, and the migration to VIVOTEK’s new system proved fruitful. The project served as a testament to the nature of VIVOTEK’s clientele. The discerning customers in Thailand have an eye for quality, which was the only factor they had to consider given their flexible budget. They compared VIVOTEK products to those of the industry’s top 5 leading brands and decided on upgrading to VIVOTEK’s full IP CCTV system. VIVOTEK’s Supreme Series products come with an impressive host of features, including Full HD, WDR sensors, IR illuminators, and top of the line Day/Night cameras. For VIVOTEK’s distributor TSOLUTIONS, who won the bid for this project, the choice was obvious. Siam Paragon installed a total of 700 cameras ranging from five of our models: FD8161, FD8162, SD8362E, IP8362, and MD8562. TSOLUTIONS proposed VIVOTEK’s Supreme Series for this project to maximise customer benefit. VIVOTEK’s cameras, coupled with intelligent video system NVR, provide the option of full function analytics: People Counting evaluates the number of visitors per given period of time; Point-of-sales integration assists in Loss Prevention, allowing desired footage to be accessed almost instantaneously; Face Detection captures the face images and indexes them for easy investigation, should the need arise. Using this technology any suspicious activity or alarm triggering events can be analysed with ease. The integration of this system with VIVOTEK’s cameras not only provides great image quality, but also ensures that customers at Siam Paragon have a safe and secure shopping environment. Advanced security, enhanced safety After Siam Paragon migrated to the new IP CCTV system, the upgrade exceeded Mr. Wornphom Kerdniyom’s expectation. Wonphom, who is the BAS Manager of Siam Paragon, commented on the new system, “We can see major improvements in the image quality, especially during strong sunlight. The increase in resolution from D1 to Full HD is also remarkable, now we can get clear visuals of customers’ faces from 15 meters away.”" The system utilises a comprehensive networking design as a module, meaning there is no single point of failure, a brilliant safety feature to which Wonphom remarked, “the system comes with a brain that accurately triggers the alarm, and it does so right upon setup, it’s very intuitive. If we have an intruder entering a hot zone, the alarm is set off and our operators can respond in real time. Besides, we provide the back-up storage inside SD Card of the camera itself to ensure that in case of network congestion problem, we still got the video footage, together with NVR Failover system, when some NVR got problem, we can move that NVR to record in Failover Server Instead. We thank TSOLUTIONS that bring the great VIVOTEK IP CCTV system to Siam Paragon.” With the new system in place, Thailand’s top shopping center just got a little bit better.