Avigilon Control Center, with High Definition
Stream Management, is a network video management
solution that delivers full situation awareness
and indisputable detail, leading to faster response
times, reduced investigation times and
superior overall protection. Available as standalone
software or pre-installed and configured on
an Avigilon NVR, the Avigilon Control Center is a
secure distributed network platform with enterprise-
class reliability for capturing, managing and
storing high-definition multi-megapixel surveillance
video while efficiently managing bandwidth
The Digital Window™ D7 camera offers 7 megapixels, processes
more than 100 megapixels per second and sends downstream a
180-degree full situational awareness image plus an instantly
slewing zoom window, all with full-motion video. The camera provides
excellent facial recognition in place of existing wide-angle
solutions that only produce a blur. The product can instantly pan
and zoom with no camera movement and eliminates fisheye distortion
and blind spots. Features include PoE and H.264 compression.
Serverless Computing offers both server and storage
resources in a common, scalable platform for
cost savings and reliability improvements over traditional
NVRs. By eliminating stand-alone physical
server hardware, the product saves customers
money on power/cooling, rack space and acquisition
costs. The platform eliminates single points of
failure and, with RAID 6e, protects data even if
three drives simultaneously fail. Server applications
also are protected with NVR Recovery, a software
feature that restarts apps without complex or
costly dedicated hardware.
The MobileCamViewer, a downloadable mobile
software application that enables users to view
surveillance camera footage through a cell phone,
allows users to control a camera’s pan, tilt, zoom
and object-tracking functions. More than 95 percent
of mobile devices are supported, and the software
also works with DVRs, NVRs, video servers
and IP cameras. The software is a robust platform
to scale for thousands of users and is custom built
to the mobile device. The client-server system is
offered SAAS and through enterprise local installation.
The new D3 outdoor camera provides versatility
with heavy-duty protection of PTZ cameras from
outdoor exposure, vandalism and physical damage.
The product’s form factor offers extended
interior room for additional system product accessories.
The camera is available with Dotworkz’s
environmental kits, such as the Ring of
Fire de-icing system for areas that reach -40 degrees
Fahrenheit and where ice/snow collects.
The D3 also is available with a standard-duty
heater/blower and a low-wattage solar version.
NAPCO Security Systems Inc.
The ISEE-SCHGW from Napco converts analog CCTV cameras into Internet-ready IP cameras. A plug-in PoE module sends video data wirelessly and automatically configures to a user's wireless network. It provides images with a maximum of 704x480 lines of resolution. Video footage can be viewed on any computer or Web-enabled device at up to 30 fps.
The SecureLinx from ITW Linx is a surge protector for all security, CCTV, access control and fire/alarm applications. Signal line protection provides complete lightning and surge protection for analog and IP/network security cameras. The protector supports any device using coaxial, UTP, Cat-5e or Cat-6 cables. The device can be used in conjunction with the SurgeGate AC base units or as a stand-alone unit.
The Smart PTZ camera has a 360-degree hemispherical field of view and simultaneous video and PTZ acquisition. The camera can be used as a stand-alone system or as part of a larger CCTV system installation. The 360-degree video shows clear spatial relationships among objects.
SerVision’s MVG 400 is a compact, ruggedized DVR and live video transmission system with built-in GPS functionality, bidirectional audio, a removable HDD and wireless streaming capabilities over cellular and Wi-Fi networks. Optimized for streaming high-quality video at low bitrates, the MVG enables users to monitor moving platforms from a cell phone, PDA or laptop.
The hybrid digital management systems by DIGIOP combine video with data from back-office systems and analytics. The systems use Dell as its hardware platform and include a remote manager that will let users monitor the system as a stand-alone workstation or enterprise surveillance system. Users can customize how many channels of video and audio the system has and how many images it processes per second.