Avigilon Corporation, a Motorola Solutions company, announced that it will preview its upcoming high-resolution H4 Thermal camera at the International Fire and Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC 2019). The new Avigilon H4 Thermal camera models will combine patented Avigilon technology with heat-sensing capabilities to improve perimeter security in areas with poor visibility, difficult lighting conditions and absolute darkness. The high-resolution H4 Thermal camera will enable users to see more accurately from longer distances, empowering customers with the information they need and helping ensure important details do not go unnoticed. Longer-range detection in challenging conditions “We are introducing the high-resolution H4 Thermal camera to bring our customers longer-range detection in locations where environmental factors and lighting conditions are challenging,” said Sergio Parise, senior vice president, Product Development at Avigilon. “With the ability to recognise threats with greater accuracy at longer distances under these conditions, this camera will provide an excellent video security solution for sites requiring perimeter protection.” The H4 Thermal camera is expected to launch globally in the third quarter of 2019.
Avigilon Corporation, a Motorola Solutions company, announced that it will preview its new H4 Multisensor camera line at IFSEC 2018. The new H4 Multisensor camera line is Avigilon’s most advanced multisensor camera. It provides a wide coverage, with three or four individually configurable camera sensors that can be positioned for monitoring virtually any area. Each camera sensor incorporates patented Avigilon self-learning video analytics and works with AI video search engine Avigilon Appearance Search technology. Combined with Avigilon Control Center (ACC) video management software, the H4 Multisensor camera helps operators monitor and verify surveillance video, minimising blind spots and saving time during critical investigations. The H4 Multisensor camera uses H.265 compression technology to significantly reduce bandwidth and storage requirements, while maintaining clear, detailed imagesExceptional image quality in low light With 9 to 32 MP total resolution, the H4 Multisensor camera delivers broad scene coverage and high image detail. It uses H.265 compression technology to significantly reduce bandwidth and storage requirements, while maintaining clear, detailed images. The H4 Multisensor camera offers an optional 360 degree content adaptive infrared (IR) module, providing up to 30 meters (100 feet) of consistent lighting and clear imaging in low light conditions. “Our customers choose the Avigilon multisensor platform for its remarkable versatility and performance,” said Sergio Parise, Senior Vice President, Product Development. “Adding video analytics and integrating with our AI technology will provide even more value for our customers and their systems.” The H4 Multisensor camera is expected to be available for order in the third quarter of this year.