Oncam, a provider of 360-degree video capture and business intelligence technology, will showcase its advanced video technology during IFSEC International 2017, being held between June 20-22, 2017, at ExCeL London. Oncam will demonstrate its award-winning 360-degree technology and product line with Milestone Systems at Stand E750.
Oncam Evolution cameras
Oncam Evolution 05 and 12 360-degree cameras, along with patented dewarping software, ensure that security personnel can view the entire scene while being able to pan, tilt and zoom within the video in real-time. Oncam specialises in delivering high-quality video, video-based analytics and business intelligence solutions on a global scale to customers in retail, casinos, hospitality, education, food safety, transportation, healthcare and more.
“The theme of this year's IFSEC International is 'Rethink Security' and that's a goal that Oncam shares: to rethink how security can be achieved in today's enterprise organisations,” said Simon Reed, Regional Sales Director - EMEA, Oncam. “We're excited to demonstrate the many ways in which our 360-degree video technology can provide benefits to our customers. Integration with a large number of video management systems gives users considerable flexibility in being able to take advantage of Oncam’s unique 360-degree technology.”
Oncam’s technology will also be on display at the following locations during the show:
- Genetec, Stands D1625 & F500
- Pelco by Schneider Electric, Stand D800
New dewarping demo and visualisation tool
For those unable to attend IFSEC International, Oncam has debuted its new dewarping demo and visualisation tool directly on the company's website. The dewarping capability is available through all browsers and enables visitors to zoom in/out, rotate or convert and area of the fisheye image to demonstrate the power of the patented technology.
The visualisation tool allows users to generate views from both the Evolution 05 and 12 cameras based on different heights and object distances, allowing users to see a representation of the image quality they can expect, but also how the dewarping software works. The first of their kind in the security industry, these tools allow potential customers to explore how the cameras work right through their computer screens.