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DVTEL PTZ Tracker (TRK-101-P) firmware version 2.1.2.132

DVTEL PTZ Tracker (TRK-101-P) is an enhancement of TRK-101 and includes all the features of TRK-101. It adds video analytics capabilities to PTZ cameras, turning them into powerful, real-time detection devices for perimeter protection applications. PTZ Tracker's firmware version 2.1.2.132 may also be used with TRK-101 and SC1. PTZ Tracker is ideal for current TRK-101 customers who want to add PTZ functionality to their existing systems simply by connecting their analog PTZ camera via RS-485. Fe...

DVTEL Quasar Quad HD cameras launched

The next generation of DVTEL Quasar cameras brings the most advanced technologies with Quad HD resolution and Multi-shutter WDR, building on the proven foundation of best in class broadcast quality cameras. Features & benefits Deploy a Quad HD with Multi-shutter WDR surveillance solution that easily handles wide variations in motion and lighting Available in mini-dome and bullet form-factors These advanced Quasar models offer 76% more detail than HD1080 and the same forensic zoom as le...

Combining thermal cameras with video analytics

Combining thermal imaging with analytics provides a robust system Prices are dropping for thermal cameras. Now they are much more affordable for non-military customers – and more likely to be used in combination with video analytics. Combining thermal imaging with analytics provides a robust system; the technologies work well together. Thermal cameras make it easier to detect motion because you are eliminating much of the detail and only emphasising temperature “c...

Video analytics: On the server or at the edge?

Analytics at the edge provide the ability to process what is happening in a field of view and discern if a relevant alert is triggered There are multiple benefits to using video analytics at the edge (i.e., near or inside the camera). For one thing, analytics at the edge provides the ability to process what is happening in a field of view and discern if a relevant alert is triggered. This can be faster and less expensive than the original video analytics model of using a separ...

Video analytics systems in real-world environments

Various vertical markets such as retail, airports, and transportation have benefited from video analytics Video analytics systems have progressed far beyond the theoretical and are now being used effectively in a range of applications. Let’s look at some of the real-world scenarios that have taken advantage of the latest video analytics systems. Video analytics aren’t just for security. For a traffic application, Agent Vi provides business intelligence on the ave...

High quality images maximise video analytics success

The better the sensors, the better the analytics Garbage in, garbage out. The familiar cliché is just as applicable to the area of video analytics as any other field of computing. You simply must have a high-quality image in order to achieve a high-functioning analytics system. The good news is that video cameras, which are the sensors in video analytics systems, are providing images that are better than ever, offering higher quality – and more data – for us...

Multiple high-value markets are embracing video analytics

The aviation and transportation industries are using video analytics to provide operational cost savings and performance enhancement Video analytics are now increasingly being used for the critical infrastructure, airports, transportation and city surveillance sectors, among other high-value markets. These markets need robust video analytics solutions that can be integrated into an overall security solution to deliver totally reliable results without any significant level of n...

Taking another look at video analytics

Video analytics allow users to automate the use of video and extract more value Almost anyone in the video analytics market will admit that the capabilities of the technology were initially oversold. The first generation of analytics simply didn’t work as promised, and an undercurrent of distrust of the technology in general still haunts the market. Ironically, video analytics capabilities have now matured into a robust and dependable option for a variety of applications...

DVTEL webinar launch for United VMS 6.4 platform

Technical webinar to be conducted on 11 Feb 2015 will cover features and benefits of United VMS 6.4 DVTEL announces the general availability of our United VMS 6.4 platform. The United VMS 6.4 platform allows to monitor all of their systems - whether Latitude, Horizon, or Meridian - concurrently, remotely, or locally over any network type. Features & benefits Monitor all of their systems - Latitude, Horizon, or Meridian - in real-time, concurrently, remotely, or lo...

Cloud-based monitoring services: redefining technology’s reach

A growing number of users look to add cloud-based functionality to their surveillance toolkits In today’s market, both end users and resellers seek new technologies to make security programs more effective, while also helping business and employees be more efficient. Cloud-based monitoring services are gaining a significant amount of attention as an emerging solution to meet these needs. Maria Cambria, Vice President, Technical Center of Excellence, DVTEL says that end u...

DVTEL appoints Rony Atoun as Vice President of Research and Development

Mr. Atoun will be responsible for driving innovation, research and development, and quality assurance DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, announced recently it has appointed Rony Atoun as Vice President of Research and Development. Mr. Atoun has more than 25 years of extensive experience in high-tech industries in the fields of telecommunications, networking, defence and enterprise IT products and services, as well as computer vision and image processing....

DVTEL’s ioimage enhances security at Chapman's auto dealerships

Security challenges The Chapman Automotive Group owns more than 12 new and used automotive dealerships throughout Arizona and Nevada. A leading auto dealership in these top-tier markets, the company sells a variety of well-known brands including Ford, Chevy, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and more. With massive inventories at some lots, which are vulnerable after hours, Chapman invested in security personnel and video surveillance systems across its network of dealerships. Unfortunately, their solutio...