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Sony to showcase latest 4K IP video solutions at IFSEC 2016

Published on 6 June, 2016
Sony will be showcasing its latest range of IP video solutions to show visitors how video surveillance and monitoring in 4K delivers more detail
Sony’s new solutions utilise cutting-edge image capture technology, including state-of-the-art 4K

At IFSEC 2016, Sony will be showcasing its latest range of IP video solutions to show visitors how video surveillance and monitoring in 4K delivers more detail and extra intelligence in cities, transport hubs, commercial and industrial environments.

Sony’s new solutions utilise cutting-edge image capture technology, including state-of-the-art 4K, providing crystal clear images in any environment. Building on its long history of innovation and reputation as a technology leader in the IP camera market, Sony will demonstrate the high resolution and sensitivity capabilities of its latest 4K range, including the recently announced SNC-VB770 low light camera.

This year, the Sony stand at IFSEC will be presented in a series of city themed application environments:

Transportation solutions

With four times the resolution of Full HD, 4K offers users accurate and detailed images for facial recognition and licence plate reading, as well as low-light technology for increased situation awareness providing improved efficiency, safety and security.

Sony’s revolutionary star product for IFSEC 2016, is the industry’s highest sensitivity network camera. The SNC-VB770 will be given pride of place at the IFSEC stand. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience how the unique SNC-VB770 captures crisp, clear details in full colour, even in conditions with extremely low-light, at 4K resolution. Announced in March this year, the camera includes a full-frame 35mm 12MP Exmor™ CMOS sensor that captures significantly more light (in conditions of near darkness) than conventional camera sensors, providing drastic improvements in sensitivity and image quality in low light environments beyond the capabilities of the human eye. Visitors will be able to discover the benefits of Intelligent Cropping and Intelligent Coding, how full-frame sensors provide ultra-high sensitivity and the impact of intelligent scene capture and multi tracking, all of which are ideal for demanding city surveillance, critical infrastructure and transport markets.

Sony’s revolutionary star product for IFSEC 2016, is the industry’s highest sensitivity network camera. The SNC-VB770 will be given pride of place at the IFSEC stand

Retail solutions

In addition to its Full HD and 4K video security cameras, Sony’s wider B2B solution portfolio offers many advantages to retailers and small businesses. By using an ‘add-on’ application, users can take advantage of live viewing and recording directly from Sony’s IP cameras, into its 4K BRAVIA Professional Displays, without the need for external PCs or decoder hardware.

Logistics solutions

Sony´s 4K cameras are ideal for a wide range of monitoring applications that extend far beyond video security and surveillance. In this area, Sony’s cameras combine advanced analytics with the latest technology to demonstrate how object tracking and bar code reading applications, can benefit businesses.

City solutions

This area will feature Sony´s first 4K video security camera, the SNC-VM772R, with Intelligent Scene Capture, as well as Full HD models including the SNC-VB632D. Sony will show how these solutions can capture detail-packed images in a wide range of urban surveillance and monitoring applications, to assist security professionals day and night.

Other highlights on the booth will include:

UMC-S3C 4K video camera

Sony´s first 4K mobile video camera, the UMC-S3C, delivers both sensitivity and resolution for video recording and still images. The compact, lightweight video camera, provides the highest sensitivity in its class, with minimum illumination under 0.004lx, ISO 409600. The 35mm full-frame 12MP sensor and image processing engine allow users to capture details even in the most challenging low-light conditions. The UMC-S3C is suitable for a wide range of applications, including industrial, A/V, disaster responses, wildlife monitoring, mapping/ surveying,  surveillance, among others to and can be attached with ease onto moving platforms, such as vehicles and drones.

Network Management System

Sony’s stand will host the new Network Video Management System, which gives professionals a flexible solution for managing, storing and analysing video content. Designed for a wide range of commercial video capture applications, including city surveillance, transportation, financial services and education, the system supports a wide variety of IP cameras, including the newest 4K technologies with the unique features offered by Sony’s 4K network camera line up.

Sony’s stand will host the new Network Video
Management System designed for commercial video capture applications

Vision Presenter

Originally developed as an interactive presentation solution, Vision Presenter brings together a wide range of multimedia sources such as live camera feeds, PC applications, and other video sources into a dynamic, scalable, multi-screen display under fingertip control from your tablet.

Vision Presenter has also proved to be a solution that can enable greater flexibility and efficiency for more complex surveillance environments such as control rooms and corporate and industrial monitoring with live camera feeds, video playback and dynamic information shown on one large array.

We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors at Sony´s booth to see our latest imaging and presentation innovations at this year’s IFSEC,” said Damien Weissenburger, Business Head of Corporate & Education Solutions, Sony Professional Solutions Europe. “The addition of new market leading features, such as ultra-high sensitivity and incredible low lighting capabilities, are the result of continuous development into new innovative technologies matching any customer´s application or environment.

Sony will be exhibiting at London’s ExCel Centre alongside other solutions partners at stand F650 from 21st-23rd June.


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