Published on 11 August, 2008
At this year's "Security Show" from 7th to 10th October in Essen - Germany, German CCTV manufacturer HeiTel Digital Video will present some amazing new products as well as extensive new features for existing products.
A new network video recorder with megapixel resolution will be shown and for the existing product range the CamDisc-s series and CamServer machines (both real time recording machines) will have hybrid functionality added, giving them the ability to record both traditional analogue cameras and the modern IP cameras. This continues HeiTel's consistent product strategy based on market demands.
Whether analogue or digital camera technology; HeiTel offers a sound design platform by means of flexible system expansion and integration of the most popular modern IP cameras into existing CCTV systems and central monitoring stations.
The new video wall software CamControl MV (Multi View) can display up to 64 live video streams on several, virtual monitors. The CI Adapter in combination with a HeiTel recorder offers up to 50 additional alarm control inputs, every single of them can trigger a dial-up alarm, an event recording, or send a preset command to a PTZ camera/dome. From now on IBIS and GPS data can be integrated into the recordings of the mobile CamMobile DVR. The next firmware release enables HeiTel's successful CamDisc series to be integrated in intruder alarm management. With these new functions HeiTel proves again that the promised protection of investment is not just an empty promise.
Mobile or stationary video alarm management? HeiTel offers both. The CamControl WM (Windows Mobile) software, a power tool for Smartphones and PDAs, is available as a free download on www.heitel.com. The multi-operator-stations Event Management System (EMS), optimised for Central Monitoring Stations, was designed for dynamic alarm processing with a high degree of automation and includes interactive site plans and can be operated from up to 21 work stations. All products are demonstrated in detail during the Security Show.