Taking traffic technology to the next level: Introducing the Siqura® TrafficServer™
At ASIS 2009, Optelecom-NKF's Siqura® TrafficServer™ was selected as a winner in the ASIS Accolades - Security's Best competition. As the industry's first ever codec module incorporating AID algorithms and storage, the TrafficServer was recognised at ASIS for taking existing technology and using it for an innovative security application.
Due to its versatile nature, the TrafficServer supports efforts to improve and maintain safety and security in an array of applications. Its multipurpose uses were certainly acknowledged by the vast number of visitors calling on the Siqura booth at ASIS 2009, where Siqura personnel demonstrated the TrafficServer's strengths and features in complete Siqura solutions, engaging a large crowd and achieving several of valuable leads.
The TrafficServer is the product of the rewarding partnership between Optelecom-NKF and AID expert, Traficon. It is capable of readily discovering and exposing incidents, such as stopped vehicles, speed drops, fallen objects, and smoke. The TrafficServer can also carry out traffic monitoring tasks, for example, measuring lane speed and occupancy. Additionally, this intelligent video server supervises the overall health of the system, alerting operators in instances of image loss, camera movement, or communication errors. Since the TrafficServer can simultaneously encode and stream multiple formats, including H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and MJPEG, video data can be streamlined for specific purposes.
"We're pleased to have our TrafficServer recognised by ASIS International as one of the top new transformational products of the year," said Dave Patterson, President and CEO of Optelecom-NKF, Inc. "The award will increase awareness of this cutting-edge technology and it recognizes the achievements of our team and our partner, Traficon."
|Model code||Siqura TrafficServer Video server|
|Additional info||The Siqura TrafficServer™ video detector/server is capable of streaming H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4,and MJPEG simultaneously. Traficon powered Incident Detection: Stopped vehicle and wrong-way drivers. Occupancy and flow speed. Speed drop and under speed. High-quality video encoding.|
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