Published on 15 April, 2011
Siqura direct to fibre dome cameras are configured to Siqura's intelligent IP video management system
Siqura B.V., manufacturer of advanced video surveillance solutions and member of TKH Group, announced its intention to participate in the IFSEC 2011 trade show in Birmingham, UK, from May 16th through the 19th.
Visit us at IFSEC (Hall 4, F80)
With over 35 years of experience, Siqura offers global solutions for video security and surveillance applications. At IFSEC 2011, Siqura will show how its durable IP video systems provide complete, proven, and customised solutions that are made to last.
"At Siqura, we create innovative and reliable video security and surveillance solutions according to our customers' diverse needs," explains Fabien Haubert, Siqura's Senior Sales Director for EMEA. "Our vast technology offering enables us to provide complete and customisable integrated video solutions. We work closely with customers to design and deploy the optimal system for their unique current and future needs. This is something that really sets us apart. We are eager to show attendees at IFSEC 2011 just how accommodating we are and how hassle-free life can be when you're working with Siqura surveillance solutions."
A complete Siqura solution at a glance
To show how straightforward a complete Siqura solution can be, Siqura will demonstrate a total security system at its booth (Hall 4, F80). Siqura cameras and codecs will be configured to Siqura's intelligent IP video management system (VMS). Siqura IP fixed and PTZ cameras as well as Siqura codecs use dedicated DSPs to implement analytics locally on unprocessed images. This ensures the best results from analysis software while streamlining bandwidth consumption. Siqura's VMS specialises in facilitating the control of and access to devices that compress and process information at the edge of the network.
Award-winning direct-to-fibre IP PTZ camera
Due to the reliable and secure nature of fibre optic networks, Siqura is now offering its IP PTZ dome cameras with a plug-and-play fibre optic connector option. This feature simplifies the setup, maintenance, and appearance of camera installations where a fibre network is utilised to overcome long-distance limitations.
Siqura pressurised IP and analogue PTZ dome cameras offer a robust solution for most taxing situations
At the ISC West 2011 trade show in April, these pioneering new cameras won the New Product Showcase award for the best IP camera in video surveillance. The New Product Showcase (NPS) is an awards program established by the Security Industry Association to recognise innovative products, services, and solutions in electronic physical security. Technologies showcased through this program are used in the protection of life and property in residential, commercial, and institutional settings.
Pressurised PTZ dome for extreme conditions
Siqura is currently developing pressurised IP and analogue PTZ dome cameras to offer a robust solution for the most taxing situations. It is capable of withstanding intense levels of solar heat (945VA UV protection) and providing high-quality video in environments with extreme levels of moisture, dirt, or pollution (IP67 Ingress Protection). This pressurised dome camera will be commercially available in the summer of 2011.
Explosion-proof fixed and PTZ dome cameras
ATEX certified explosion-proof versions of the Siqura fixed and PTZ analogue and IP cameras will soon be available.These resilient assemblages are essential for the chemical and petro-chemical industries.
High-definition, ONVIF-compliant cameras
Siqura will also show its high-definition, ONVIF-compliant camera line, a collection of six cameras providing HD (720p) and Full HD (1080p) resolution images in H.264, MPEG-4, and MJPEG.
Video content analysis for system and surveillance
Siqura will put its Camera Health Check video content analysis (VCA) application on display, a programme that guarantees the availability of quality video material the moment you need it. The Camera Health Check continually assesses the status or well-being of the attached cameras by monitoring the cameras' positions and image quality. When something is amiss, the application triggers an alarm to promptly alert operators, thereby ensuring images are on hand while at the same time reducing unnecessary maintenance costs.