With the new Primeline series network cameras, Dallmeier introduces a potent addition to its existing portfolio consisting of the Nightline series with extreme light sensitivity and the Topline/Ultraline series with very high to ultra-high resolution. With the news series, Dallmeier can offer its customers outstanding cost-effectiveness for medium requirements. The new cameras are available as either the DF5100HD-DN/IR box camera with wall mounting or DDF5100HD High Definition dome cameras Dall...
ESX has announced the winners of its 2018 Innovation Awards program, which recognises outstanding products and services that drive the electronic security and life safety industry forward. Judges selected winners from a pool of applications from manufacturers and service providers, serving the industry with innovative end-user offerings and tools that help dealers, integrators and monitoring professionals become more efficient and profitable. The winners selected are recognised as next-gen pro...
Johnson Controls has announced the expansion of its high-resolution IP camera portfolio with new models of Illustra Flex Mini-Domes and Box IP cameras in 4K resolution. Illustra Flex Mini-Domes These new cameras are designed to offer high-image quality and feature rich surveillance options intended for a wide range of applications. The Flex 4K cameras provide increased detail and efficient bandwidth management technology for both indoor and outdoor models. For crystal clear images day and nig...
Johnson Controls has announced the expansion of its high-resolution IP camera portfolio with new models of Illustra Flex Mini-Domes and Box IP cameras in 4K resolution. These new cameras are designed to offer a high-image quality and feature rich surveillance option intended for a wide range of applications. The Flex 4K cameras provide increased detail and efficient bandwidth management technology for both indoor and outdoor models. The versatile Illustra Flex cameras feature effective bandwidt...
Robe Lighting, a manufacturer of innovative moving lights, has teamed up video surveillance experts Hanwha Techwin to offer a ‘Smart Light’ solution for stage performance and TV studio applications. Robe Lighting employs over 600 people at its manufacturing facility in the Czech Republic and more than 100 people at its subsidiaries around the World. Its lighting solutions, which are exported via a worldwide distributor network, are used in concert halls, theatres and clubs, as well...
Camera modules, aka block cameras, are devices with an integrated image sensor, lens optics, video output and control electronics. With their easy integration in imaging systems, camera modules are widely used in a range of photography and video applications globally, e.g. in video surveillance and industrial automation. With the MP2030M-GS, Tamron Co. Ltd is advancing this product species to an unseen level so as to improve existing and enable new applications, featuring an industrial grade CM...
Honeywell has announced an array of Performance Series Multi-Format Hybrid recorders and Performance Series Multi-Format HQA (high-quality analogue) cameras. Through an expansion of the current product line, these new multi-format products offer a flexible upgrade and expansion path for SMB video security installations, such as retail, restaurants and small commercial offices. These updates to the Performance Series portfolio can be used to help lower installation costs and provide customers with an opportunity to upgrade to a state-of-the-art system without having to re-design and install a completely new system. By using existing cables, cameras and other hardware, installation time can be decreased as well, simultaneously providing a path for future upgrades and becoming a ‘go-to’ solution for retrofits. On top of being compatible with the current analogue video standards (HD-CVI, HD-TVI, AHD and CVBS), the new recorders are also compatible with current IP video standards, offering both analogue and IP inputs. Similarly, the Multi-Format HQA cameras function with the same analogue video standards, enabling them to work with a multitude of existing recorders. In the SMB market where the combination of functionality and price are crucial, this increased compatibility allows businesses to mix-and-match solutions and gives them the flexibility to combine products that truly suit their security needs. Access control and multi-site management In addition, the Performance Series Multi-Format Hybrid Recorders and Cameras integrate with I-View Now for video alarm verification and MAXPRO Cloud access control software for access control and multi-site management, expanding Honeywell’s connected security as a service portfolio. Following are the products offering this functionality: Performance Series Multi-Format Hybrid Recorders – 4-/8-/16-Channel 1080p Performance Series Multi-Format HQA – TDN 1080p IR Bullet Camera Performance Series Multi-Format HQA – TDN Low-Light 1080p Box Camera Performance Series Multi-Format HQA – TDN 1080p IR Rugged Dome Camera Performance Series Multi-Format HQA – 30x Zoom IR PTZ Dome Camera Performance Series Multi-Format HQA – TDN 1080p IR Ball Camera
Targeting the professional installer market, LILIN America, an entity of video surveillance provider Merit LILIN serving North, Central and South America, launched the NVR3416R-6TB, part of company's 3rd generation of HD IP Network Video Recorders. Offering improved performance, yet simple to use, this 16-channel NVR gives installers more flexibility when designing residential and commercial IP video surveillance systems by offering H.264 support for IP cameras with up to 5MP resolution support, a slim 1U rack mountable profile, and dual gigabit network ports, broadening options for installers at a cost-effective price point. "The LILIN NVR3416R-6TB was designed to meet the requests of the Professional Installer with included IP Scan, WS Discovery and LILIN Connect for ease of installation with a secure connection," said Joe Cook, Vice President and General Manager of LILIN Americas. "LILIN continually strives to provide truly outstanding surveillance solutions for its residential and commercial customers with NVR's designed with ease-of-integration to home automation systems AMX, Control4, Crestron, ELAN, SAVANT, RTI and URC. We believe the NVR3416R-6TB is a perfect example of our commitment to this objective." The LILIN NVR3416R-6TB was designed to meet the requests of the Professional Installer with included IP Scan, WS Discovery and LILIN Connect LILIN Connect The NVR3416R-6TB features LILIN Connect to provide a more secure connection. Installers simply download the LILIN Viewer App to a mobile device, and then scan the QR code on the recorder for a direct connection from the Mobile device to the NVR. This lets the installer leave the ports closed on the end user's router for an additional layer of security. LILIN IP cameras Installers can select from a wide range of LILIN IP cameras, including the company's M Series of IP cameras - featuring indoor and outdoor domes, rugged bullets, and box cameras ranging from 2MP to 4 MP - as well as select ONVIF profile S IP cameras from leading manufacturers. Through LILIN's preloaded IPScan and WS-Discovery software, installers are able to quickly and effortlessly connect LILIN IP cameras with the NVR3416R-6TB, reducing labor costs. Installers can select from a wide range of LILIN IP cameras, including the company's M Series of IP cameras LILIN's Navigator Video Management Software When using LILIN NVR's in multi-site applications, the NVR 3416R-6TB is supported with Client software and integrates seamlessly into LILIN's Navigator Video Management Software. This allows the system to leverage an intuitive user interface delivering the essential capabilities for state-of-the-art surveillance including remote live monitoring, video playback, video backup, device status reports, user authentication and responsive PTZ control. Recording can be controlled or viewed in full HD locally via the NVR's HDMI and VGA outputs, or with the company's mobile App, LILINViewer, providing peace of mind from virtually any location. Like all LILIN NVRs, the NVR3416R-6TB scales to meet changing end-user needs with larger storage options available and is design by in-house engineers and manufactured at the company's factory in Taiwan.
Viking’s K-1900-7-IP is a durable, attractive, and easy to use VoIP SIP hot line phone, capable of withstanding harsh conditions and abuse. “The K-1900-7-IP provides a vandal resistant aspect that most VoIP SIP phones fall short of. Plus, it’s easy to use and program.” – James Catt, Engineer, Viking Electronics, Inc. The K-1900-7-IP calls a number when the handset is lifted. Once the call is answered two-way communication is established. If the first number is busy or doesn’t answer, up to 4 additional numbers can be dialed in a roll-over sequence. The K-1900-7-IP is PoE Class 1 powered, and VoIP SIP compliant. Viking’s K-1900-7-IP is a durable, attractive, and easy to use VoIP SIP hot line phone K-1900-7-IP features The built-in relay contacts of the K-1900-7-IP can be programmed to activate when the phone is taken off-hook, or when a touch tone command is entered by the called party. This is ideal for controlling lights and cameras, or for activating a door strike or mag lock to grant the caller access to the facility. The K-1900-7-IP flush mounts to a standard double gang box, or can be surface mounted using Viking model VE-5X10 Surface Mount Box, sold separately. Another mounting option is Viking model VE-9X20, a heavy-duty outdoor enclosure which can be used to surface mount and protect the K-1900-7-IP panel phone in harsh environments. The built-in relay contacts of the K-1900-7-IP can be programmed to activate when the phone is taken off-hook Viking’s enhanced weather protection The K-1900-7-IP-EWP has all the features listed above and is equipped with Viking’s Enhanced Weather Protection, which is designed to meets IP66 ratings for outdoor use.
Avigilon Corporation (“Avigilon”), provider of security solutions, presents its innovation in video analytics capabilities with the launch of Avigilon Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) technology, available in its upcoming Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 6.8 video management software. UMD is an advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology that brings a new level of automation to surveillance and is designed to reveal events that may have otherwise been missed. Without any predefined rules or setup, UMD technology is able to continuously learn what typical activity in a scene looks like, and then detect and flag unusual motion. This allows operators to search through large amounts of footage faster, as UMD focuses their attention on the atypical events that may need further investigation, helping to reduce hours of work to minutes. As UMD technology continues to evolve, it will provide operators with advanced capabilities for both forensic investigations and real-time preventative security" Real-time preventative security “Today, most recorded video footage is never viewed, meaning critical events may go undetected. Avigilon is using artificial intelligence technology like UMD to help our customers effectively extract valuable insights from their video data,” said Dr. Mahesh Saptharishi, Avigilon's Chief Technology Officer. “As UMD technology continues to evolve, it will provide operators with advanced capabilities for both forensic investigations and real-time preventative security.” The enhanced ACC 6.8 user interface allows users to filter their recorded video timeline and automatically review the unusual motion events. These events are displayed in an intuitive playback screen that intelligently guides users through highlighted clips. Over time, this technology will dramatically change the way our customers interact with their security systems by automatically focusing their attention on unexpected events requiring decisive action" Compatible with H4 box, bullet and dome cameras “The launch of UMD technology demonstrates how Avigilon continues to solve real-world challenges through advancements in AI and video analytics,” said James Henderson, Avigilon’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “Over time, this technology will dramatically change the way our customers interact with their security systems by automatically focusing their attention on unexpected events requiring decisive action.” At launch, Avigilon UMD technology will be compatible with the Avigilon H4 box, bullet and dome cameras, expanding to other cameras in the portfolio throughout the year. Existing customers will be able to upgrade certain legacy products to benefit from this exciting new technology. ACC 6.8 with Avigilon UMD technology is expected to be available in the first quarter of this year.
Vicon Industries, a designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, announced the availability of its new line of HD analog cameras that deliver 1080p full HD video over conventional coaxial cable. These new cameras are as easy to install as traditional analog security cameras. HD analog technology is here to bridge the gap and give a high-definition solution to those with an analog system already in place. No new cabling is required to upgrade to the HD analog technology. The cameras, available in dome, bullet and box form factors, are appropriate for a wide range of applications and deliver exceptional clarity in all lighting conditions. Compatible features All cameras feature motion detection, privacy masking, true wide-dynamic-range, backlight compensation and automatic white balance. Bullet and dome models include a 2.8-12 mm varifocal lens. On-screen menus make it easy to adjust settings and control all camera features. A range of accessories, sold separately, provide mounting flexibility. For cost-effective integration with IP video management software, including Vicon's Valerus, these HD analog cameras can be used in conjunction with Vicon's recently introduced 16-channel H.264 ONVIF video encoder. The encoder converts the video output from these cameras into a digital stream for transmission over an IP network. IP video technology "Vicon's commitment to delivering end-to-end security solutions means providing a range of camera options that best fit the varied needs and budgets of our customers. For those wishing to make use of an existing coaxial infrastructure, our HD analog cameras can provide a cost-effective approach to accessing IP video technology and its benefits," said Bret McGowan, Vicon's Senior V.P, Sales and Marketing.
Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analogue video surveillance solutions, recently acquired the Carbon Footprint certification for its network cameras (XNB-6000, XND/O-6080R, XNP-6370RH), which are now recognised as environment-friendly products that minimise greenhouse and carbon dioxide emissions. The Carbon Footprint certification was first created by the non-profit organisation Carbon Trust, which was founded in 2007 by the United Kingdom government to confront climate changes. The certification measures the carbon emissions from the entire product life cycle including the production, distribution, use and disposal. Then the emission levels are assessed for its impact on the environment in accordance with international evaluation measurement standards (PAS 2050) to determine eligibility for certification. Low-carbon consumption cameras The name Carbon Footprint is a reference to trace back the "footprints" of carbon emission in the product life cycle. Since 2007, this system has spread across the globe, including Korea, which adopted its own "Carbon Footprint Labeling System" in 2009. The system involves labelling the product with the carbon emissions from its product life cycle. It is supervised by the Ministry of Environment and certified by the Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute. Carbon Footprint certification is a meaningful step toward establishing an environmentally conscious product management system After acquiring the first Carbon Footprint certification for CCTV in Korea with its box camera (SCB-3001) in November 2010, Hanwha Techwin continued to contribute to the promotion of low-carbon consumption culture as it acquired the second certification for two cameras (SNB-6004, SNP-6200RH) in March 2014, the third one for one camera in February 2016 (SNP-6320RH), and the fourth one for four more cameras in 2017 (XNB-6000, XND/O-6080R, XNP-6370RH). Environmentally conscious product Carbon Footprint certification measures the carbon emission from the production to disposal of a product. Most of carbon emissions from Hanwha Techwin's cameras occurred during the usage stage, accounting for around 90% of all carbon emission from production to disposal. Hanwha was able to further reduce greenhouse gas and carbon emissions by reducing the amount of power required during usage and improving the packing materials. A member at Hanwha Techwin said that this Carbon Footprint certification is a meaningful step toward establishing an environmentally conscious product management system.
With the entry of more manufacturers and mergers and acquisitions in the security industry, the competition is undoubtedly getting fiercer VIVOTEK 2014/2015 Review and Forecast: Total solutions have become more important than individual products in the industry. Security brands are starting to turn themselves into solution providers instead of product manufacturers. Moreover, with technology advancement, the adoption of intelligent video content analysis is on the rise. In addition to serving a security purpose, a surveillance system with intelligent features can also be leveraged as tool to improve the business efficiency. The market is demanding flexible, simple, smart and easy-to-use solutions to make life more efficient and intelligent. Looking ahead, VIVOTEK will continue collaborating closely with international and regional video management software partners to seamlessly integrate camera functionalities onto various platforms, keeping products and services at the forefront of innovation. In addition, VIVOTEK is turning into a total solution supplier and providing the market with more unique and smart solutions, including more flexible integration with other partners for a wider range of applications. With the entry of more manufacturers and mergers and acquisitions in the security industry, the competition is undoubtedly getting fiercer. In order to sustain corporate competitiveness, VIVOTEK will seek to add value and increase return on investment for customers based on its profound R&D capacity, experienced sales and marketing teams, and close cooperation with leading global software partners. Looking ahead to 2015, the telecom infrastructure is getting more complete and mature. The connection to the network is getting faster and easier. Based on this, a security system can be more than just for security. Security products with advanced IP surveillance system and high compatibility can now communicate with each other and form an integrated and intelligent security system. By adopting an integrated system, such intelligent features as motion detection, loitering detection, smoke detection or face recognition can be deployed. Able to realize seamless monitoring and real-time control in key spots, technology will accelerate the development of smart home and business intelligence in the coming years. See the full coverage of 2014/2015 Review and Forecast articles here
LAN airline, one of the most important airline companies in Latin America, is based in Lima, Peru. The airline company operates scheduled domestic and international services, controlling over seventy percent of the domestic market. Its main base and maintenance centre are located in Jorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, which is a significant transfer hub and aviation infrastructure of South America. The LAN airline deploys its surveillance system with Dahua solutions for its office and airplane maintenance centre, which plays a vital role to keep customers' airplanes flying safely. As what the customer specified, they want the centre covered to ensure a 100% regular management and operation. However, since it is located inside of Jorge Chávez International Airport, it brings along with a hassle as neither too many cables nor wireless antennas are allowed because it may generate electronic jamming. The Dahua 6C-series speed dome cameras can not only provide clear and crisp images, but also requires less output power AP mode wireless video transmission Under this circumstance, Dahua team suggested to use a hybrid solution — a combination of AP (access points) and wire transmission — wirelessly transmit the camera data to inter-connected sub-centres, and then cable-transmit to the control room. The ‘AP mode’ wireless video transmission system includes access points, feeders, PoE, antennas and power cables, allowing a 3.0km to 5.0km long-distance fast transmission with a wide angle, by which, the coverage is further expanded. High-quality images at low power consumption There are in total hundreds of network cameras and Dahua speed domes adopted, ranging from basic line-up to the Eco-Savvy series with versatile shapes such as domes and box cameras according to the actual surveillance surroundings. Take the Eco-Savvy camera series for example, the dome camera is able to provide high-quality image with much lower power consumption — saving up to 50% energy compared with similar products from other bidders. Moreover, the Dahua 6C-series speed dome cameras can not only provide clear and crisp images, but also requires less output power, lowering the power output of the airport. Over fifteen 16-channel PoE NVRs are applied, each with 384Mbps incoming bandwidth, rendering a smooth HD real-time preview and recording As for storage, over fifteen 16-channel PoE NVRs are applied, each with 384Mbps incoming bandwidth, rendering a smooth HD real-time preview and recording; and its PoE function simplifies installation and reduces signal interference. The NVR accommodates up to 16TB with 4 SATAs supported, ensuring a large volume 24/7 storage. Products deliver excellent performance “Actually, we have many bidders and the final reason that drives us to cooperate with Dahua is their outstanding product quality and service. We can see their professionalism in video surveillance and plus their sincerity makes us moved during the communication,” said Luis A. Gómez Cornejo, Supervisor of Electronic Security at LAN Perú. “The implementation went great, they deployed the system within quite a short time and the products are in very good performance.” “We feel super honoured to be involved in this case,” said William Zhou, Sales Director for Latin Americas at Dahua Technology. “In recent years, we are going vertical rather than providing simple and individual products. And this project deepened our insight and practical experience towards airport projects.”
With security and safety a major focus during the recent World Cup in Russia, IDIS surveillance technology was chosen for a surveillance upgrade at the 45,000 capacity Rostov Arena and the 35,000 capacity Kaliningrad Stadium. At both locations an IDIS Total Solution was installed with a total of 3000 IP cameras comprising full HD and H.265 models and PTZ cameras featuring Smart UX Controls v2.0, a range of full HD, true wide dynamic range (WDR), IR bullet cameras and full HD box cameras with all external cameras equipped to withstand Russia’s often harsh weather conditions. IDIS technology deployed at these response centres enabled security staff to rapidly detect and respond to any breach of health and safety, suspicious behaviour or terrorist threat IDIS Critical Failover to prevent data loss A centralised surveillance monitoring centre utilising an IDIS ultra-thin bezel 55” video wall delivered command and control of the two stadiums and allowed security staff to access 60 days of archived footage from 50 remote IDIS DR-8364 NVRs implemented at situational centres. IDIS technology deployed at these response centres enabled security staff to rapidly detect and respond to any breach of health and safety, suspicious behaviour or terrorist threat. For complete protection, IDIS Critical Failover was installed in order to prevent loss of vital recorded data during a range of fault conditions. The system automatically steps in to ensure continued recording in the event of network instability, network failure, storage failure, recorder hardware failure and power supply failure, in each case ensuring that no data is lost. Our advanced technology helped to ensure safety and security by preventing unauthorised intrusion" Preventing unauthorised intrusion "The IDIS surveillance system, installed inside and around the stadium gave security controllers a complete overview of the site and perimeter fences,” said Joon Jun, President of the Global Business Division of IDIS. “Our advanced technology helped to ensure safety and security by preventing unauthorised intrusion. "We are proud that our brand credibility and product stability has been recognised on the global stage at an event which was the focus of world attention. To safeguard thousands of visitors at these key venues, it was essential to use the most reliable technology including high-resolution surveillance cameras with waterproof and dustproof functions and a solution that prevented data loss in the event of network instability."
Plopsaland De Panne is a flagship visitor attraction, the first of six spectacular theme parks now operated by the Plopsa Group in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. These popular parks are based on the TV characters of Studio 100, with each character having its own themed area featuring attractions, music and decorations to match. Against a background of heightened terrorist risk affecting all public spaces the management board of Plopsaland De Panne wanted to ensure that visitors and staff at Plopsaland could continue to enjoy themselves while feeling safe and protected. A review of preparedness was conducted with the help of the Brussels federal police and specialist officers and important new measures were identified, including an upgraded camera surveillance system. Finding a comprehensive CCTV system The initial system consisted of 60 cameras (including 360˚ fisheye, bullet, box and dome models) linked to a 64- and a 32-channel recorders (NVRs) The new camera system approved by Plopsaland De Panne’s management board would have to provide enhanced monitoring of key areas, easy mobile viewing, sharper images, faster streaming and continuous recording. After assessing the market, Plopsaland’s Head of IT, Jochen Andries identified IDIS as the best partner for this comprehensive CCTV upgrade. Specialist technical teams from Plopsaland and IDIS worked in tandem to identify, and solve, all the technical challenges that the new installation presented. This included identifying the optimum equipment to use, determining the most effective camera positions and working out the least disruptive installation schedule. Installation of 60 cameras along with NVRs The total process, from the initial police consultation to the final commissioning at the end of 2016, took just six months. Plopsaland De Panne’s technical department installed the new system, with hand-in-glove backup from IDIS. The initial system consisted of 60 cameras (including 360˚ fisheye, bullet, box and dome models) linked to a 64 and a 32-channel recorders (NVRs). Thanks to careful planning, the system ran smoothly from the very start, without any significant problems. Now, a year on, the images are super-clear, there is continuous recording and the speed of the system is perfect, even during the retrieval of images with live streaming. Based on this success, more new cameras will now be installed, and coverage extended. The next phase cameras will be in the same colour as their background settings, making them practically invisible. Plopsaland, Head of IT, Jochen Andries praises the expertise and collaborative approach of the IDIS team, which was led by commercial and technical advisor Filip van Quickenborne.
Decommissioned in San Diego, California, the USS Midway served from 1945 until 1992, as the longest-serving American aircraft carrier of the 20th century. The historic naval ship museum opened to the public for tours on June 10th, 2004, and receives 1,000,000 visitors annually. The USS Midway’s mission is to preserve, inspire, educate, and entertain visitors as well as serve as America’s living symbol of freedom. Video surveillance system Throughout USS Midway’s 47 years of service, the aircraft carrier played key roles in the Cold War, served with the Atlantic Fleet, was combat deployed in Vietnam as well as the Arabian Gulf for Desert Storm, and many other operations throughout the world. The aircraft carrier is home to flight simulators, a gift shop, café and a theatre, measures 1,001 feet long, and contains 18 decks. The large number of tourists, volunteers, and museum staff occupying the facility, along with the many events held on-board on any given day, make safety and surveillance a top concern for the museum’s Board of Directors. Earlier this year, Director of Safety and Security, Bill McClurg, with the full support of the CEO and the museum’s board, led a team of USS Midway department directors including information technology, finance, and operations, and launched a project designed to update and improve the museum’s existing video surveillance system. The process culminated in the selection of VIVOTEK’s valued partner, Layer3 Security Services, a systems integration company headquartered in San Diego that serves companies, government agencies and institutions throughout Southern California. Network cameras The new video surveillance system features dozens of VIVOTEK network cameras including fixed domes, box cameras, and Pan Tilt Zoom models. “There were many reasons for selecting VIVOTEK for this demanding application,” said Dario Santana, President of Layer3 Security Services. “These include the breadth of VIVOTEK’s product line, the high degree of integration with ExacqVision’s VMS platform, and the products’ superior price and performance. In the end, it only made sense to select VIVOTEK for the USS Midway upgrade,” concluded Dario. In the end, it only made sense to select VIVOTEK for the USS Midway upgrade" VIVOTEK’s FD8365HV and FD8338-HV fixed dome network cameras were also positioned in areas in need of surveillance. Both camera models are able to withstand inclement weather and the IP66 and IK10-rated housing protects the unit against acts of vandalism, making these units a great selection for installation aboard the aircraft carrier. A variety of camera models were chosen to monitor specific areas of the museum and surrounding areas. VIVOTEK’s FD8373-EHV fixed dome network cameras were installed throughout the premises due to the 3-megapixel wide dynamic range CMOS sensor’s excellent ability to adjust to challenging lighting conditions. The WDR Pro feature allows the camera to capture both the dark and bright areas of an image and combine the differences to generate a highly realistic representation of the original scene. Zooming capabilities Working closely with Layer3, Bill McClurg also chose SD8364E, speed dome network cameras for the zoom capabilities in parking lot as well as ship deck monitoring and IP8155HP, box network cameras. VIVOTEK’s SD8364E 1080p full HD resolution speed dome delivers superb image quality with its 30x optical zoom lens, perfect for monitoring wide open spaces. SD8364E’s IP67 and NEMA 4X-rated housing protects against rain, dust, and corrosion as well as operates under extreme weather conditions making it suitable for San Diego’s climate. The IP8155HP professional box network camera offers 1.3-megapixel resolution and WDR Pro II providing extreme visibility in high contrast environments. “Layer3 Security Services and VIVOTEK far exceeded our expectations with the installation of our new upgraded surveillance system. Layer3’s ability to translate our needs into a workable design and their recommendation of VIVOTEK’s superior yet efficient product line led to a successful deployment. Effective video surveillance on a museum, whose mission is to be, ‘America’s Living Symbol of Freedom,’ is an essential element in preserving it for generations to come,” said Bill McClurg, Safety Director.
The Surveon casino solutions protect the staff and guests from potential threats Involving with activities that take place on the gaming tables, casinos become one of the occasions requiring surveillance systems with advanced technology. While guests take part in the games with excitement, it’s crucial to have every moment closely monitored to avoid potential disputes. With Surveon’s professional casino solutions, including a series of HDR cameras, 5 megapixel fisheye cameras, enterprise hardware RAID megapixel recorders as well as central management software, also called as Surveon Control Center (SCC), casino can easily track every event that occurs at any time with improved profitability while being cost-saving.Surveon WDR camerasThe complex light conditions and the demand of view angles coverage on different areas like card tables, lobby, or reception counters could be some challenges for casinos to overcome. The excellent performance of Surveon WDR cameras helps meet the demands. The 3 megapixel cameras provide 1.5-time larger monitoring range at 30 fps, becoming an ideal option for monitoring areas with high speed, such as roulette wheels.Moreover, the PTZ cameras offer wider view angles and coverage with excellent megapixel image quality, protecting the staff and guests from potential threats. Among Surveon camera selection, 2MP compact box CAM2311SC with WDR, 3MP indoor dome CAM4321LV with 3-axis support, 2MP PTZ dome CAM5330SZ with 10x optical zoom, 3MP outdoor speed dome CAM6471EZ, and 5MP indoor fisheye CAM7511 are to be recommended for such application.Surveon NVR2100 Series “We are glad that Surveon offers such a comprehensive product line-up to fulfill our needs at once” Supporting up to 64-channel 5MP recording, the Surveon NVR2100 Series with hardware RAID was chosen to provide large capacities for longer video retention periods, overall system stability and zero video loss. In addition, its hot-swappable, thermal proven cables and redundant components with industrial grade standard make it possible to achieve 24/7 non-stop megapixel recording for casino application. Paired with Surveon Enterprise VMS with SCC management software, the advanced matrix wall management enables casino to monitor every image without negligence.Surveon casino solutions have been successfully adopted in Phoenix Casino, Vietnam. "Finding a reliable surveillance partner is always the goal we are aiming for. We are glad that Surveon offers such a comprehensive product line-up to fulfill our needs at once. The performance and image quality have enhanced our efficiency conducting surveillance tasks. The running applications are reliable and quite satisfying," said the Managing Director for the surveillance deployment in the casino.Surveon is dedicated to offering a variety of end-to-end video surveillance solutions catering to different vertical applications, giving partners reliable options for their projects.
More than 100 post offices were under surveillance by Surveon, ensuring the safety & quality of services Surveon is pleased to announce the Egyptian post office has deployed Surveon’s IP surveillance solutions as their partner for security application. With Surveon’ s reliable surveillance solutions, including megapixel camera and professional megapixel recorder, more than 100 post offices were under solid surveillance protection to ensure the safety and their services could be delivered with best quality. Cost-effective monitoring system with improved images Serving people for a century, the Egyptian post office with more than 100 branches in Cairo has developed and explored their services scope with times, providing financial, postal, community, printing and publishing services to the whole country. Due to the open nature and the variety of post office operations, the offices in Cairo needed to upgrade their surveillance system to monitor main entrance and front desks with improved images while being cost-efficient. Providing 24/7 surveillance protection Surveon’s 2MP compact box camera CAM1301 was selected for the main entrance and front desk of the post office, which provided smart WDR and IR LED to ensure clear images under different lighting circumstances. The compact design made the cameras less intrusive for visitors while the surveillance was undergoing. All Surveon megapixel cameras are with industrial-grade components to ensure product reliability for long-term operations. Supporting up to 6-channel with 200 Mbps recording throughput, the Surveon SMR2006 with 2 hot-swappable hard disks and RAID 1 data protection was chosen to provide reliable performance for 24/7 non-stop megapixel recording. Along with the tower design and low power consumption, the SMR2006 provided a simple and cost-effective solution for this case. Paired with Surveon’s scalable enterprise VMS, the solution not only improved safety and security, but provided robust prevention, preparedness, detection, and quick response measures for the post offices. Comprehensive surveillance solutions “We are pleased with the performance of the surveillance system and also impressed with the good quality from Taiwanese products. Surveon’s comprehensive solutions always can provide the affordable yet professional solutions for our projects.” said the project partner in Egypt. Surveon is dedicated to offering a variety of end-to-end video surveillance solutions catering to different vertical applications, giving partners reliable options for their projects.