Published on 8 April, 2010
|CBC will be demonstrating its Video Surveillance over Internet Protocol management system at the expo|
Leading surveillance solutions provider CBC (Europe)
will be exhibiting its innovative and future-proof Ganz
CCTV systems and computer lenses this month at the Counter Terror Expo
show, being held at London's Olympia from 14-15 April. On stand Q32 in Olympia's National Hall, CBC will be showcasing equipment including its ground breaking line-up of C-AllView cameras such as Thermal Vision, which combines thermal imaging with the detail capture of visible-light CCTV, allowing individuals to be tracked and recorded in almost all weather and lighting conditions at ranges up to 1000 metres and vehicles up to 2km away.
Other CBC products on show will include Radar Vision, designed to offer unrivalled long-range detection ability by tracking and verifying intruders at distances up to 800m (per unit). The system provides all-round site security using multiple, integrated technologies and offers 360° coverage. A Radar Vision system coupled with a C-AllView dual optical/thermal or Night Vision camera can observe people, animals and vehicles without the need for artificial lighting. Working in conjunction with C-Allview cameras, Radar Vision provides images in fog, mist, rain and snow conditions.
Visitors will be able to see CBC's latest IP C-AllView camera, a vandal-resistant IP67-sealed PTZ offering 530TVL images
CBC will also be demonstrating its VSoIP (Video Surveillance over Internet Protocol) management system, which allows installers, system integrators and other customers to integrate legacy CCTV equipment already operational on site as well as the latest IP/digital CCTV devices. This integration of IP video with multiple security systems, with options to use powerful video analytics, provides users with exceptional value and situational awareness.
Counter Terror Expo visitors will be able to see CBC's latest IP C-AllView camera, a vandal-resistant IP67-sealed PTZ offering 530TVL images alongside either 30x or 36x optical zoom views. Easy to install and set up via a network through VSoIP software suite or a simple web browser, IP C-AllView's key features include H.264 compression and a built-in wiper unit for its flat toughened glass window.
Completing CBC's stand display at the event are its Thru Vision series day/night cameras. Engineered to sharpen and increase visibility in conditions where fog, haze, smog, sand or rain impede outdoor video surveillance, they use real-time ‘MIST' technology to focus through obstacles present in the atmosphere that can obstruct or deteriorate video image quality. The 540 TVL cameras' dynamic range control function detects and measures image intensity on the screen. By digitally adjusting colour and contrast, poor quality images caused by environmental factors are automatically corrected.