Frank De Fina
SIA will present Mr. De Fina’s family with the 2015 Lippert Award during SIA honours night gala The Security Industry Association (SIA) recently announced the selection of Frank De Fina, former senior director, strategic sales, for Hikvision USA Inc., to receive the 2015 George R. Lippert Memorial Award posthumously. Mr. De Fina passed away unexpectedly in July 2015. At the time of his death, he was serving on the SIA Board of Directors. The SIA Lippert Award Committee, composed of previous recipients of the Lippert Award, unanimously chose De Fina from a field of nominees. A giant in the security industry “Frank De Fina was a giant in life and in the security industry,” said SIA CEO Don Erickson. “He was a very kind man whose knowledge, experience and wit made extraordinary contributions to our community. It is with great respect that we present the Lippert Award to him. He is sorely missed, and we will take this occasion to celebrate his life’s work at SIA Honours Night.” Mr. De Fina spent nearly 30 years in the security industry. Prior to joining the Hikvision team, De Fina served as executive vice president of sales and marketing for SightLogix, a manufacturer of smart thermal cameras for outdoor security applications. Before SightLogix, he was executive vice president of sales and marketing for Samsung Techwin America, where he launched new reseller channels, led ambitious sales initiatives, and established strong partnerships with systems integrators serving the North American security market. Mr. De Fina previously spent 26 years at Panasonic, where he eventually became president and chief operating officer at Panasonic Systems Solutions Company. Part of Mr. De Fina’s work with SIA included developing a Security Systems Technology program at Mercer County Community College in New Jersey. SIA will present Mr. De Fina’s family with the 2015 Lippert Award during the SIA honours night gala at The Current at Chelsea Piers in New York, N.Y., on Wednesday, Nov. 18. “Working with SIA was something that Frank enjoyed very much, and I know he would be honoured to receive this award,” remarked Mr. De Fina’s wife, Patricia De Fina. “He was passionate about helping others, and his legacy will continue as young people benefit from the education program he put together for Mercer College.” The Lippert Award The Lippert Award, founded in 1989, is named in honour of George R. Lippert, who dedicated more than 20 years of his life to the security industry and SIA. When evaluating candidates nominated for the award, the SIA Lippert Award Committee considered their long-term service to SIA and the security industry, the impact of their efforts on behalf of SIA and the industry, and their integrity, leadership and diplomacy as demonstrated in industry dealings.
De Fina also made his mark at several other companies, including Samsung-Techwin, SightLogix, and Hikvision Frank De Fina, a security executive whose career spanned more than two decades at Panasonic, died suddenly over the weekend. Since leaving Panasonic in 2008, De Fina also made his mark at several other companies, including security industry players Samsung-Techwin, SightLogix, and Hikvision, where he was employed at his death. 26 years at Panasonic A statement from Jeffrey He, president of Hikvision USA and Canada, reads as follows: “It is with deep regret that I inform you that Frank De Fina passed away over the weekend. Each of us not only grieves at the passing of a tremendous individual but also for the loss his family suffers. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family members.” De Fina worked for 26 years at Panasonic, where he was president/COO of Panasonic System Solutions Company when he left the company in March 2008. During a two-year hiatus from the security industry, he worked as vice-president global sales and marketing for Paul Reed Smith Guitars Ltd., a reflection of his love of music. Building sales infrastructure De Fina’s next industry job was as executive vice president of Samsung-Techwin America, where he was instrumental in building the sales infrastructure and raising awareness of the Samsung brand in the U.S. security marketplace. After leaving Samsung in 2014, he worked for a year as executive vice president of SightLogix, a thermal analytics company, before joining Hikvision, where he was senior director of Hikvision USA and Hikvision Canada at the time of his death. He was also a member of the executive board of the Security Industry Association (SIA). The statement from Jeffrey He continues: “Frank had several causes he deeply believed in and the company will be making contributions to those organisations. Should you desire to send condolences to Frank’s family, please send them to Alex Asnovich [Hikvision head of marketing, director North America] and they will be passed along to his family.”
New program concentrates on regional and specialised system integration companies SightLogix, the technology leader for smart thermal camera systems, announced a new Certified Partner Program here at ASIS 2014. The new program initiative differs from conventional reseller programs by concentrating on regional and specialised system integration companies who are more entrepreneurial in their approach to developing and servicing customers. The SightLogix Certified Reseller program offers qualified partners myriad benefits ranging from lead development and technical support to special pricing and limited distribution. “We are looking for a handful of dedicated partners who specialise in the verticals which can most benefit from SightLogix technology,” said Frank De Fina, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, SightLogix. “There are serious security issues on the perimeter of critical assets such as airports, electric utilities, and rail where there is a need to detect and stop intrusions in real time.” SightLogix is currently accepting applications for its new Certified Partner Program.
Frank De Fina has over 30 years of leadership experience in the security industry SightLogix announced recently that Frank De Fina, a security industry veteran with over 30 years of leadership experience, has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Frank-De-Fina “We are thrilled to welcome Frank De Fina to SightLogix,” said John Romanowich, SightLogix President and CEO. “Frank’s extensive experience creating market-leading businesses is the perfect complement to our world-class technology. I’m excited to be working with Frank to make SightLogix the next great security company.” Having recently announced his departure from Samsung, Mr. De Fina explained his rationale for joining SightLogix. “I’ve known several members of the SightLogix team for some time and have always admired their drive and the complete confidence they have in their outdoor detection and prevention solution. Their vision for future technology innovations presents a whole new avenue of opportunity in the professional security industry.”Career HistoryMr. De Fina is well known in the security industry. Most recently he was Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Samsung Techwin America, where he built a team of seasoned industry pros, launched new reseller channels, initiated ambitious sales initiatives and established vendor partnerships. Mr. De Fina previously spent 26 years at Panasonic, rising through the ranks to become President and COO at Panasonic System Solutions Company in 1999. "Frank’s extensive experience creating market-leading businesses is the perfect complement to our world-class technology" Between these two posts, Mr. De Fina took a two-year break from the industry to serve as Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at Paul Reed Smith Guitars, Ltd., reflecting his passion as an avid collector of vintage guitars and amplifiers and his lifelong love of music. Mr. De Fina currently holds positions on the Executive Board of the Security Industry Association (SIA) and the International Biometrics Industry Association (IBIA). Additionally, he is a board member of the Paley Center for Media (formerly Museum of Television and Radio), as well as a Member of the Board of the New York Friar’s Club Foundation. Mr. De Fina earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Communications from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He completed additional executive education programs in finance and sales management at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business. Mr. De Fina also studied abroad at the Matsushita Institute for Learning, Hirakata, Japan.
Frank De Fina put Samsung on the map related to video surveillance in the United States market. Five years ago, before the longtime Panasonic executive signed on, the Samsung brand had little traction in the U.S. surveillance market, although the Korean giant was already well known in the broader electronics market. Back then Samsung surveillance cameras were thought of as inferior to Panasonic, Sony or the other brands – if they were thought of at all. Five years later, Samsung is climbing up the market share rankings. A lot of the success can be attributed to Samsung’s technological advances and the innovation of new products they are bringing to market. The products have gotten better, true, but De Fina gets the credit for building a solid management infrastructure and expanding the distribution channels over the last five years. Now, those elements will be continuing without him. “I’m leaving the company in better shape than I found it,” said De Fina, Samsung’s executive vice-president, North America. He emphasises that his parting with Samsung at the end of May is “amicable” and “based on personal reasons,” among them a grueling 106-mile-a-day commute. “I want the industry to know I’m taking a breather,” he said. “I want to adjust my life to better suit some of the issues I have.” “Building the Samsung brand and credibility were the main focus early on,” De Fina said. “You have to have great products, great people and success stories by customers who were willing to take a chance.” His only regret is that it took five years to accomplish the turnaround. “I wish I could have done it in two years instead of five,” he said. “Five years ago, it was literally a shell,” De Fina remembers. “There were no processes and no team. I am pleased to say I organised and built a great team. The credit for building the business goes to that team.” The success has been notable as Samsung has increased its market share in the United States and is on track to increase U.S. video surveillance sales by more than 75 percent this year over last. ”The team at Samsung is great, and I don’t want them to suffer from this (departure) being misunderstood,” said De Fina in a telephone conference call with a dozen or so security industry journalists. In the call, he deferred any mention of his possible successor to “the management at Samsung.” What’s next for Frank De Fina? One possibility is to work as a consultant, he said. “I’d like to be a business professor at Princeton (near my home), but I don’t have a degree in physics, and they would probably check,” he joked.
The annual awards are presented to recognise outstanding government security products in the “DVRs/NVRs” category Samsung Techwin America has been awarded two 2014 Govies Awards for their SRM-872 and SRN-4000 Network Video Recorders, both of which were honoured in the DVR/NVR category. The annual awards are presented by Security Products to recognise outstanding government security products in the “DVRs/NVRs” category. “Samsung is extremely pleased and proud to have two of our industry-leading NVRs recognised with prestigious Govies Awards,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive President. “We believe the capabilities and exceptional performance of these new recording solutions further enhance and expand applications for networked video surveillance systems.” With the smallest footprint available, the SRM-872 is purpose built for mobile surveillance applications. The SRM-872 offers high-quality HD recording with 64 Mbps throughput for up to eight megapixel cameras with a single DIN and a built-in VGA/HDMI output for HD monitor connection and full menu-driven mouse support. It also boasts an impressive feature set, including GPS data recording support, driver status and panic box, remote control, a built-in web server, two-way audio communication, and Smart Viewer software for remote access to the unit. The SRM-872 also offers Wi-Fi, 3/4G cellular and M12 connectivity options for wireless remote access and operation. The SRM-872 provides 1TB of on-board storage, as well as a Micro SD slot for storing up to 32GB for easy removal and review. It supports H.264 and MJPEG video as well as a wide variety of resolutions ranging from CIF to 3 megapixels. For extra security, the SRM-872 is equipped with a hot-swappable HDD/SDD. With an operating temperature range from -13°F to 122°F (-25°C to 50°C), the SRM-872 provides stability and continuity in extreme hot and cold environments. The enterprise level Linux-based SRN-4000 NVR can record up to 64 cameras at a record rate of 400Mbps with resolutions ranging from CIF to 5MP. It supports H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression and is fully compatible with Samsung Centralised Management Software which enables users from anywhere in the world to access live or recorded video via a PC or mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. ONVIF compliant, the NVR provides 36TB of on-board storage with 12 front-accessible hot swap drives as well as RAID 5/6 to help prevent data loss. Additional e-SATA storage capability is location independent to a maximum capacity of 192TB using iSCI (Internet Small Computer Interface) technology. Data can be searched quickly and easily with the unit’s integrated metadata and video analytics technology featuring people and vehicle search classifications.
In recent upgrade to Training section of the Samsung website, the company is offering easy access to its broad-based education programs Most people have heard the phrase that knowledge is power, and now, Samsung Techwin America has made that knowledge more available to its channel partners. “Samsung’s investment in providing educational resources for its channel partners continues to be a strategic business objective for us,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President. “For participants, the classes will trigger new opportunities to leverage Samsung technology solutions in creative and cost-efficient systems.” In a recent upgrade to the Training section of the Samsung website, the company is offering easy and convenient access to its broad-based education programs. Offerings that range from webinars to online training videos to hands-on seminars and beyond are designed to provide partners with a comprehensive understanding of Samsung’s industry-leading products and technology. Samsung’s IP Institute (SIPI) education offering provides instruction on how to properly select products, design configurations and install a system. Upon successful completion, participants will receive 12 CEC’s which can be utilised for industry recognised certifications such as ASIS and BICSI. On a local level, Samsung’s Technology Showcase (STS) offers participants an in-depth one day seminar that focuses on Samsung’s line of core products as well as its new product line and cutting edge technology. The seminar is complimentary with advance registration. For those who can’t attend a one-day class, Samsung Bi-monthly Webinars are offered on the first and third Mondays of the month. The 45-minute sessions feature information on the latest releases and technology as well as the existing line of core products.
Edulbehram served as Vice President of Business Development for Next Level Security Systems Samsung Techwin America has appointed industry veteran Jumbi Edulbehram Director of Business Development. In this role, he will lead Samsung’s business development team, whose primary mission is to expand Samsung’s business through specific verticals as well as to enhance the company’s strategic partnerships. A familiar name in the security industry, Edulbehram most recently served as Vice President of Business Development for Next Level Security Systems, where he headed the company’s business development, channel sales and marketing. He holds a Ph.D. in regional economic development from the University of California at Berkeley, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of California at San Diego, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The current members of the Business Development team were selected based on their talent, experience and success in sales, management and business development with a number of the most recognisable security industry companies in the world. The members are: Jack Metzler, Director, Consultant/A&E Program, has worked in the security industry for more than 30 years, most recently as A&E/Consultant Program Manager for Axis Communications, where he served as the primary liaison to the security design community. He holds degrees from Kansas City Art Institute and Findlay Engineering College and is a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces, where he served from 1973 to 1977. Traci Moore, Business Development Manager, has spent more than a decade in the industry, including eight years with Diebold in a variety of roles, including Retail National Accounts Manager, Business Solutions Manager and Central Station Sales Representative. She comes to Samsung from TelAid, where she was a successful National Account Manager. Brent Cowing, Partner Program Manager, joins Samsung from Next Level Security Systems, where he served in a variety of roles including Application and Integration Manager, Technical Support Manager and IT Manager. He has also worked with Cisco Systems and Sypixx Networks during his 10-year career in security. Sean Grimm, National Accounts Manager, has worked for nearly 15 years in the industry in a variety of roles. Most recently, he was an Account Executive for security and fire with Johnson Controls, where he sold systems direct to end users and managed large-scale integrations. He has also served in sales and business development leadership positions with Diebold, Verint Video Solutions, Gregg Services, Westec InterActive and St. Moritz Security Services. Michael Kim, Business Development Manager, was most recently with the Advanced Analytics Group at Booz Allen Hamilton, where he served such clients as the Pentagon, providing research, analysis and evaluating tools and technologies. From 2002 to 2007, he served as an officer of the U.S. Army and supervised intelligence efforts for the United Nations Command. Kim also holds active SCI clearance and CI polygraph credentials. “This team’s experience will serve to strengthen our strategic initiatives with important verticals. Although the challenges are great the expectation for success is high,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung’s Executive Vice President.
Samsung Techwin America, a global supplier of video surveillance and security products combining superior performance and value, is showcasing its support for A&E partners through outstanding project-implementation tools like BIM Revit. The software has enjoyed great popularity since its release and enhances the availability of the company’s IP portfolio on the popular building information modelling (BIM) web service Autodesk Seek. The BIM-ready IP camera lineup, including accessories, can be easily accessed inside of AutoDesk Revit®, AutoCAD® and on the Autodesk® Seek web site. Autodesk® Seek is a key configurator and systemisation tool enabling architects and engineers to easily access, preview and download 3D renderings of Samsung products. “BIM technology holds enormous potential for improving video surveillance designs and implementations and is therefore a key tool for Samsung,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung’s Executive Vice President, North America. “The service gives users the information they need, in an interactive visual format, to select the right Samsung product solution for their project.” The Autodesk® Seek free web service enables architects, engineers, and other design professionals to quickly discover, preview, and download branded and generic building information modelling (BIM) files, models, drawings, and product specifications directly into their active design sessions in Autodesk Revit® or AutoCAD® software. Users can view, rotate, zoom, and slice product models, and then download the accurate, lightweight files directly into the design session. For example, using the Revit application, the designer selects a camera from the Samsung IP product portfolio and places the camera icon into the Autodesk Revit building diagram. Automatically, a 3D rendering is created allowing the designer to visualise the camera coverage area and then adjust the design for optimum performance. Samsung Techwin IP products are available on Autodesk Seek, or through the Samsung website on the BIM Revit tab of the website.
The embedded Windows-based SRH-3000 provides up to 64 channels for recording IP video at up to 250Mbps Samsung Techwin America continues to expand its lineup of network recording solutions with the introduction of the new ONVIF compliant SRH-3000 Hybrid Network Video Recorder at ISC West (booth #14079). The SRH-3000 can accommodate up to six hot-swappable HDDs, boosting its storage capacity to 24TB. With support for iSCSI interface, the SRH-3000 is flexible to expand more storage. “The new SRH-3000 is a powerful and versatile hybrid network recorder that provides users with a solution that suits their needs, both today and in the future,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President. “With the ability to record both analog and IP video, the Samsung SRH-3000 delivers ultimate flexibility for users who want to make use of their existing analog cameras while transitioning to IP cameras at their own pace.” The embedded Windows-based SRH-3000 provides up to 64 channels for recording IP video (16 channels for analog) at up to 250Mbps. It supports H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG and is fully compatible with Samsung Centralized Management Software, which allows users to access live or recorded video via PC or mobile device from anywhere in the world. The SRH-3000 supports a wide variety of resolutions, from CIF up to 5 megapixel. Sixteen alarm inputs, programmable recording on a variety of customisable event triggers, even actions (e-mail alerts, PTX presets, etc.) and 16 channels of simultaneous playback at 100Mbps are just a few of the many attractive features the SRH-3000 offers.
Samsung Techwin Eco Partner Program sets industry standard by providing its partners with resources and tools Samsung Techwin America continues to enhance the services and benefits it provides to its partners with the announcement of the Samsung Techwin Eco Partner (STEP) Program at ISC West (booth #14079). Access to Samsung IP Institute (SIPI) training, lead sharing and co-marketing support are just three of the many benefits the program provides to Samsung partners. “The Samsung Techwin Eco Partner Program sets the industry standard by providing our strategic partners with resources and tools to help them grow together with Samsung,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. “Our STEP Program partners become part of a global team that delivers best-in-class security products and provides an unmatched level of pre- and post-sales support.” The STEP Program consists of five partner types: Channel Partner for systems integrators, installers and resellers; Technology Partner for hardware vendors; A&E Partner for architects, engineers and security design professionals; Application Partner for application developers and third-party software; and Client for end users. Channel Partners, Technology Partners and Application Partners may be eligible for different levels within those partnership types. Once they are eligible for the program, partners receive the following benefits: Additional discounts for registered projects Co-marketing support for events, road shows, seminars or exhibitions Lead information, which partners will develop into successful projects Classroom training and web-based education for Samsung’s products and technology Various promotional materials and other marketing and/or technical tools Advanced replacement on Samsung network products Ongoing rewards and incentives
The SNV-6013 features Samsung’s most advanced imaging technology to deliver 1080p high-definition images at 60fps Samsung Techwin America continues to expand its WiseNetIII range of high-performance imaging solutions with the introduction of the SNV-6013 Vandal-Resistant Network Micro-Dome 2 megapixel camera at ISC West (booth #14079). The SNV-6013 features Samsung’s most advanced imaging technology to deliver 1080p high-definition images at 60fps, even in challenging lighting conditions. “Our new SNV-6013 Vandal-Resistant Network Micro-Dome camera is designed to deliver exceptional images even in changing lighting conditions,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. “The combination of its small size, rugged design and high performance provides system designers with a great deal of versatility.” The SNV-6013 employs Samsung Super Dynamic Range (SSDR) to produce a wide dynamic range of 120dB, and 50dB signal to noise ratio with Samsung Digital Noise Reduction (SSNRIII). The new camera provides high-quality images in as little as 0.3 lux (F2, 50IRE, colour) illumination. Additional features include intelligent video analytics, including tampering, virtual line, enter/exit, appear/disappear and face detection, which can trigger an alarm event (FTP file upload, e-mail notification, etc.) The SNV-6013 supports H.264 (up to 60fps full HD) and MJPEG (up to 30fps) formats and is equipped with a Micro SDX/SDH/SDXC for local recording and storage, ensuring reliable capture of video in the event of a network disruption. It also features video quality adjustment, bitrate control technology, up to 10 streaming profiles, and privacy masking. The SNV-6013 comes with a standard lens with 103.1° horizontal viewing angle, or an optional wide angle lens version with 165° horizontal viewing angle.
The new Samsung SNP-6320/6320H PTZ cameras deliver highest quality imaging in difficult lighting and weather situations Samsung Techwin is introducing the industry's first 32x 2-megapixel PTZ dome cameras, the new SNP-6320/6320H at ISC West (booth #14079). Featuring the ability to zoom rapidly while maintaining perfect clarity enabling smooth tracking for evidence capture, these new dome cameras provide 2 megapixel HD images indoors and outdoors even in challenging lighting conditions. “The new Samsung SNP-6320/6320H PTZ cameras include a number of powerful features and capabilities to deliver the highest quality imaging in difficult lighting and weather situations, whether indoor or outdoor,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. Both the SNP-6320 (indoor) and SNP-6320H (outdoor) cameras feature Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) of 120dB and true day/night capability to deliver clear, high-quality images in challenging or varying lighting conditions and with minimum illumination of 0.3 lux. The defog function improves images in poor environmental conditions such as fog and dust. Among the cameras’ other advanced features are intelligent video analytics, including motion, appear/disappear and face detection. The cameras also provide auto-tracking and boast a pan/tilt speed of 700? per second. Additionally, the SNP-6320H outdoor model is IP66 rated to withstand harsh weather conditions.
SNB-6010 provides highly advanced functions and capabilities to deliver clear 2 megapixel full HD images at 30 fps Samsung Techwin America is debuting its SNB-6010 covert camera at ISC West (booth #14079). Designed for discretion, the SNB-6010 provides highly advanced functions and capabilities to deliver clear 2 megapixel full HD images at 30 frames per second. “With its compact size and powerful feature set, the new Samsung SNB-6010 is an ideal solution for surveillance museums and galleries, retail stores and ATMs, which are particularly vulnerable to theft and fraud due to their exposed nature,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. “Utilising Samsung’s WiseNet III technology, the SNB-6010 delivers unrivaled image quality, highly efficient network transmission and ultimate convenience to end users.” Featuring a Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) of 120dB, the SNB-6010 delivers clear, high-quality images in challenging or varying lighting conditions. Its defog function improves images in harsh environmental conditions such as fog and dust. Among the camera’s advanced features are intelligent video analytics, including advanced motion, tampering, virtual line, enter/exit, appear/disappear and face detection. The SNB-6010 is equipped with Micro SDX/SDHC/SDXC slot for local recording and storage, ensuring reliable capture in the event of a network disruption. Its WN3 chipset provides superior image quality with low bandwidth utilisation. To allow for more efficient use of bandwidth and storage requirements, the SNB-6010 provides multi-crop streaming capability, which allows users to highlight or crop areas of a scene to be transmitted at a predetermined resolution and frame rate.
The latest addition to Samsung’s WiseNet III portfolio includes new 7000 Series of 3MP cameras that deliver 1080p resolution Samsung Techwin is showcasing its latest video surveillance cameras featuring WiseNet III DSP chipset technology here at ISC West (booth #14079). The latest addition to the WiseNet III portfolio includes the new 7000 Series of 3MP cameras that deliver 1080p resolution with extreme bandwidth efficiency in a variety of configurations. “Samsung continues to deliver megapixel imaging solutions that deliver the ideal combination of superior performance and value to supplement our comprehensive system solutions portfolio,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. “Our new WiseNet III 3 megapixel cameras deliver greater image quality and coverage capabilities for a wide range of environments and applications.” Samsung’s new 7000 Series of WiseNet III 3MP cameras includes the SND-7084 and SND-7084R Indoor Domes, the SNV-7084 and SNV-7084R Outdoor Domes, the SNO-7084R Bullet Camera, and the SNB-7084 Box Camera. Samsung’s new 7000 Series of WiseNet III 3MP cameras capture multiple resolutions from CIF (320 x 240) to 16:9 format 1080p full HD and up to 3 megapixel (2048 x 1536). The cameras provide up to 10 video streams and offer both H.264 & MJPEG compression to ensure optimised bandwidth utilisation and to conserve valuable recording space. The 7000 Series cameras provide an exceptional wide dynamic range of 120dB which provides outstanding image clarity in scenes with bright and dark areas within the same field of view. They are also ideal for use in low light with a minimum illumination of only 0.01 lux. The cameras’ P-Iris technology further enhances clarity and depth of field in diverse lighting conditions, generating images with better contrast, clarity and resolution. An ultra-fast frame rate of 60 fps and Samsung’s Motion Reduction technology enables image capture of fast moving action without blurring or loss of edge detail. Additional WiseNet III camera features include defog capability for improved images in inclement weather; digital image stabilisation (DIS) which can negate the effects of camera shaking due to high winds or building vibration, as well as reducing rolling shutter effects; automatic day/night function; and the Simple Focus feature that enables precise focusing with the push of a button. Focus can also be adjusted remotely via the network. For ease of monitoring, the cameras can be accessed using popular browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer. The cameras also support bi-directional audio, simultaneous multi-streams and bandwidth optimisation through H.264 and MJPEG codecs.
Samsung SNF-7010VM, SNV-6012M and SRM-872 are designed for demanding mobile and transportation applications Samsung Techwin America is expanding its portfolio of innovative video surveillance solutions for mobile applications with the introduction of its 3MP 360° megapixel camera (SNF-7010VM), 2 MP Full HD Network Mobile Flat Dome (SNV-6012M) and ONVIF compliant SRM-872 Mobile NVR at ISC West (booth #14079). Each has been purpose engineered to meet the challenges of mobile applications and deliver the highest quality video with extremely reliable recording capability. “The Samsung SNF-7010VM, SNV-6012M and SRM-872 have been designed to deliver the perfect complement of advanced features, performance and value for demanding mobile and transportation applications,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. “The SNF-7010VM provides a highly effective solution for wide area surveillance with the added benefit of mobile capability. The vandal-resistant SNV-6012M is fully mobile and has been designed to meet the challenging conditions for surveillance on-board trains, buses and other modes of public transport. And the SRM-872 delivers all the features and functionality needed for secure and reliable video storage on the go in a compact size. When paired together, they form a complete mobile surveillance system that delivers unmatched quality and reliability.” The omnidirectional SNF-7010VM is a 3 megapixel 1080p high definition camera with a fisheye lens, digital pan/tilt/zoom (P/T/Z) and bi-directional audio and M12 connector for secure installation in mobile applications. Images captured with the SNF-7010VM 360° megapixel camera can be displayed in a variety of configurations including single panorama, double panorama, quad, single rectangle, original fisheye and user-selectable region. P/T/Z functionality can be activated on paused or live images in any of the configurations as well as on recorded video. Motion detection provides effective monitoring by detecting any changes in the pre-defined field of view. The camera has a wide dynamic range of 120dB for corner to corner outstanding picture quality and offers both H.264 and MJPEG compression technologies. It features automatic day/night image capture, audio and tampering detection, privacy masking, SDXC memory card support and alarm triggers for motion detection and network disconnection. Advanced Samsung technology engineered into the camera’s design includes Samsung Super Dynamic Range (SSDR) and Samsung Digital Noise Reduction (SSNRIII). At 3 megapixel quality, it can transmit at 20 fps. The Samsung SNV-6012M mobile flat camera is IP66 rated and equipped with a rugged M12 connector to withstand vibration and harsh weather environments. Utilising bandwidth-friendly H.264 compression along with the option to use MJPEG compression, the SNV-6012M can capture high quality color images with a lighting level as low as 0.03 lux, with an ultra-fast frame rate of 60fps at 1080p for latency free clear images. Together with Samsung’s Motion Artefact Reduction technology, this keeps image edges sharp and clear, even when subjects are moving. “The Samsung SNF-7010VM, SNV-6012M and SRM-872 have been designed to deliver the perfect complement of advanced features, performance and value for demanding mobile and transportation applications” A defog feature improves the clarity of images in poor environmental conditions such as rain, smoke or fog, while Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS) negates the effects of vibration. This also greatly reduces rolling shutter effects such as image wobbling or skew that can be seen in high quality images. The enhanced Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) built into the Samsung SNV-6012M’s WiseNetIII DSP chipset, with performance greater than 120dB, accurately produces images in scenes with both very bright and very dark areas. The Samsung SNV-6012M is ONVIF compliant to interoperate with the widest possible range of recording and display solutions. An optional wider angle version of the SNV-6012M and SNV-6013 is also available with an f2.1mm lens and 165° horizontal viewing angle. Boasting the smallest footprint on the market, the SRM-872 has a single DIN and a built-in VGA/HDMI output for HD monitor connection with full menu-driven mouse support. The SRM-872 offers high-quality HD recording Samsung Style, with 64 Mbps throughput for up to eight megapixel cameras. It also boasts an impressive feature set, including GPS data recording support, driver status and panic box, remote control, a built-in web server, two-way audio communication, and Smart Viewer software for remote access to the unit. The SRM-872 also offers Wi-Fi, 3/4G cellular and M12 connectivity options for wireless remote access and operation. The SRM-872 provides 1TB of on-board storage, as well as a Micro SD slot for storing up to 32GB for easy removal and review. It supports H.264 and MJPEG video as well as a wide variety of resolutions ranging from CIF to 3 megapixels. For extra security, the SRM-872 is equipped with a hot-swappable HDD/SDD. With an operating temperature range from -13°F to 122°F (-25°C to 50°C), the SRM-872 provides stability and continuity in extreme hot and cold environments.
Samsung’s new 1280H Beyond Series cameras deliver greater than 950TVL resolution even in challenging lighting and weather conditions Samsung Techwin America is unveiling a full line of 1280H High-Resolution Analogue Cameras at ISC West (booth #14079). Equipped with CMOS megapixel (MP) sensors, the new 1280H Beyond Series cameras deliver greater than 950TVL resolution even in challenging lighting and weather conditions. “Our new Beyond Series 1280H analogue cameras deliver the highest resolution analogue imaging solution available,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive Vice President, North America. “These new cameras allow HD quality video to be deployed without the need to rip and replace analogue infrastructure.” In addition to their high resolution, the new 1280H Beyond Series cameras are equipped with 120dB Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) to provide outstanding image quality down to 0.06 lux for colour and 0.006 lux for black-and-white. Other advanced features include defog functionality to provide clear images in blurry and cloudy conditions, as well as 24 privacy masking zones. The 1280H cameras also perform intelligent video analytics, including tampering, fixed/moved object, detection, tracking and counting. Available in several models, including box, fixed dome and bullet, the 1280H line of cameras have been designed to include Samsung Super Dynamic Range (SSDR) for powerful performance in challenging lighting and Samsung Digital Noise Reduction (SSNR4) to reduce motion blur and provide enhanced noise reduction. The 1280H cameras also use Simple Focus to simplify installation.
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