Video motion detection

Axis Communications launches M5065 palm-sized PTZ camera

Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, today announced AXIS M5065 Network Camera, a new palm-sized PTZ camera with wireless I/O connectivity for communication with other devices using the Z-Wave Plus standard. This new addition enables flexible wireless communication with supporting security devices. AXIS M5065 delivers HDTV 1080p resolution and includes analytics such as, AXIS Video Motion Detection, removed object detection as well as audio volume and scream detection. The d...

Bold Gemini supports Davantis to facilitate accurate video content analysis

CCTV systems increasingly rely on video content analysis to create alerts and minimise false alarms. However, they can also provide the operator with more useful data than a simple intruder alarm activation by identifying and presenting specific behaviour. One of the products in the sector, Davantis, supplied by UK company Bi3, is designed to detect people and vehicles, according to a set of pre-configured rules, while ignoring unwanted scene activity. Once the system identifies a reportable ev...

Avigilon launches Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) technology with AI search features

Avigilon Corporation, provider of security solutions, announced its latest 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.  A new level of automation 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...

eneo’s Linux-based motion detecting IER network video recorders enable covert surveillance

eneo’s new IER series network video recorders have an embedded Linux operating system. They comprise 4, 8 and 16 channel models of up to 5MP resolution, and 16 and 32 channel models of up to 8MP resolution. WARP-supported security integration “The IER recorders are designed to allow integrators to simply and easily fit their own hard drives to suit system requirements,” explains Jussi Simonen, Business Development Manager for eneo. “With one, two or four SATA HDD bays a...

Hikvision launches Turbo HD 4.0 camera with PIR for accurate detection

Hikvision, a supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has launched a new addition to its Turbo HD 4.0 analogue range with PIR technology to give it even more accurate detection. The PIR (Passive Infra-Red) sensor, which has a detection range of 11 metres, senses movement in an area. It has been added to four models (DS-2CExxD8T-PIR(L) series), so it is available in three form factors – bullet, dome and cube. Filtering our false alarms The sensor can filter out f...

GJD surveillance range featured in ‘Creating a Security Culture’ programme

GJD is delighted to announce that it features in the ‘Creating a Security Culture’ programme, introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinksy. The Security Institute and ITN Productions partnered to produce the programme in a news and current affairs style. ‘Creating a Security Culture’ was launched at the Security Institute Annual Conference, on 3rd October 2017 at Armoury House in The City of London. Security affects everyone on a daily basis, the ‘Creating a...

Round Table Discussions

How can smart camera features address concerns about privacy?

Ensuring privacy is often a concern for video surveillance systems, especially in situations where a system intended for “public” surveillance could somehow, perhaps inadvertently, view private areas or situations. The classic example is an apartment building whose windows are within the range of a video surveillance camera. How can you provide video surveillance without invading the privacy of the apartment dwellers? Integrators and end users often turn to technology for a solution....