The iCVR-HD camera offers full 1080p high-definition video, zero bandwidth recording and 100 percent self-calibrating adaptive analytics. The camera stores up to 500 GB of onboard storage for months worth of recording, reducing network traffic and bandwidth consumption by more than 90 percent. The company’s adaptive analytics eliminate the need to manually tune or adjust the analytics over the life of the device, which reduces installation and maintenance costs.
VIVOTEK USA Inc.
The IP8151P, part of the company’s SUPREME series, offers 1.3 megapixel or 720p HD resolution, true day/night, activity adaptive streaming, an SDHC card slot, multiple streams and enhanced WDR. The supreme night visibility feature enables the camera to capture details such as license plates in low-light conditions. The addition of a P-iris lens provides precise iris control, allowing for maximum depth of field and image clarity in video coverage.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
The 4500 IP camera supports Cisco’s medianet-ready architecture for video, reducing the time and skills needed to configure cameras once plugged into the company’s Ethernet switches. The camera employs true high-definition video and H.264 compression, streaming up to 30 fps at 1080p resolution and 60 fps at 720p resolution. Cisco's edge-based analytics solution also runs directly on the cameras.
Aptina’s 0331 HD surveillance image sensor features 1080p resolution and 60 fps in both linear and WDR modes. The 1/3-inch format sensor provides sub-1-lux, low-light performance and wide dynamic range with built-in adaptive local tone-mapping capabilities to enable surveillance camera designers to create a camera for full HD video capture in challenging environments along with H.264 encoding and IP bandwidth management. It features Aptina's A-Pix technology, which maximizes light-gathering capability to boost low-light sensitivity.
Bosch Security Systems
Bosch Security Systems’ Video Client software is delivered free with all the company’s IP cameras and is designed for installations of up to 64 IP channels, including retail stores and gas stations. The software allows operators to view images from multiple cameras on a single PC monitor and archive video clips. It supports up to 16 IP cameras or encoder channels free of charge, while a license can be bought for additional channels up to a maximum of 64.
Basler Vision Technologies’ two new IP camera models with CMOS sensors feature 720p HD and 5-megapixel resolutions. The BIP2 1280c-dn high definition model provides real-time video at up to 30 fps using M-JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 compression. The BIP2 2500c-dn IP fixed box camera records small image details at up to 9 fps. The cameras support multi-streaming and multi-encoding, providing up to four image streams using any combination. Users can encode up to four streams using the same type, such as H.264.
Kopin’s Ruby Module is a commercial, off-theshelf, full-color SVGA (800x600), plug-and-play display module in a compact, low-power package. The module accepts a wide range of digital input standards, including VESA SVGA and VGA 60Hz, and is capable of operating in SVGA and VGA modes with image X-Y shifting capability to support accurate sensor alignment. It is available in a military (ITAR) and a commercial (EAR-99) version.
Bosch Security Systems
Bosch Security Systems’ enhanced KBN and KBE series prepackaged cameras and LTC lensed cameras feature the company’s latest imaging and compression technology. The easy-to-install offerings provide users with a variety of camera choices in plug-and-play packages for indoor and outdoor applications. Both cameras feature the company’s line of Dinion, DinionXF and Dinion 2X models. Dinion 2X models feature 2X-Dynamic Technology with 20-bit processing. 2X-Dynamic and wide dynamic range sensors analyze images pixel-by-pixel and produce detailed view of scenes with difficult lighting.
Intellidome’s advanced surveillance system combines a smart camera, secure wireless video transmission and an LED light fixture. The secure networks include wireless mesh, point-to-point and/or standalone cellular uplinks. Available options include thermal, custom video analytics, subject tracking, LPR, sensors and solar. The system, designed for campuses, parking lots, borders and military bases, is infinitely scalable to cover an entire region. It can be deployed in minutes, using existing infrastructure. Units can be portable or mounted to a light or wall.
March Networks’ 7532 Hybrid NVR is an embedded Windows OS recording system designed for larger enterprise and commercial industrial installations. The NVR complements the company’s 4000 C Series hybrid NVRs and comes with the same docking-station architecture. It supports a total of 32 high-definition IP and up to 16 analog cameras, best-in-class compression and up to 8 TB of internal storage, as well as external storage options. The unit is configured and managed using the company’s Command software platform.