XProtect open-platform video management software displays video from security cameras, enables users to control cameras and has intuitive tools for searching for recorded video. With a wide array of features for very basic to advanced security needs, there is an XProtect VMS product suited for all installation sizes and environments. ISC West Booth 20060
Axxon Next video management software supports an unlimited number of video servers, cameras, workstations and mobile client devices, and more than 1,500 models of IP cameras. The system allows easily integration of third-party hardware to extend a video system’s functionality. An ergonomic interface makes all functions intuitively easy to use and find. A free version is available with support for 16 connected cameras and an included license for video and audio detection tools.
The Height-Strip IPCH2M43PB camera offers 2-megapixel resolution at 30 ips with ONVIF Profile S compliance. The camera features H.264 compression, progressive scan image sensor, no-hassle fixed 4.3-millimeter wide angle lens and both PoE and 12 volts DC power. The model provides triple video streaming, WDR, a graduated and color coded height measurements in both U.S. and Metric units, a swivel bracket for horizontal adjustment and a 5-degree tilt lever for vertical camera adjustments. A micro-SD card slot supports local on-board camera recording.
IQinVision released the next generation of IQeye Alliance-mini HD Megapixel series of cameras. Known for compact size and versatility, the Alliance-mini features increased processing power needed to run analytics or VMS applications at the edge and also features WDR, on-camera storage, and true day/night capability. Available in H.264 vandal dome models with HD720p, HD1080p, and 3MP resolutions (5MP in Q1 2014). The Alliance-mini delivers the highest quality megapixel images with the lowest bandwidth demands. ONVIF and PSIA compliant, the Alliance-mini fits a wide range of indoor applications and works seamlessly with all leading NVR/VMS providers.
Crest’s new CP-7907WS-40 environmental infrared camera features a 960H chipset for unsurpassed picture clarity and digital wide dynamic range (DWDR) technology. Other features include day/night switching with 700 color lines of resolution and a 2-12mm auto-iris vari-focal lens. New dynamic IR LEDs illuminate out to 130 feet, split glass technology eliminates IR reflection, 3DNR technology reduces noise in low-light conditions and a built-in heater/blower allows operation down to -49 degrees F. This camera offers 12vdc/24vac operation, OSD controls, digital zoom, masking and more. The CP-7907WS-40 also includes a 3-axis bracket, allowing the camera to be mounted to any surface, at any angle.
IPX International Inc
IPX International announced the release of the DDK-1700DI 2 megapixel indoor dome camera. With its introduction, IPX achieves another milestone in making megapixel IP video surveillance affordable for mainstream applications. The DDK-1700DI includes all the features required in a professional grade IP camera including varifocal lens, triple codec, onboard storage, Day/Night and IR illuminators. Furthermore, ONVIF Profile S conformance ensures out-of-the-box compatibility with most popular VMS/NVR platforms. A varifocal lens allows the installer to readily adjust the camera’s field-of-view, offering greater flexibility on a wide range of network video applications.
Odyssey Technologies Inc
Remote Eyes’ POSWatch Enterprise is a powerful solution for multi-location chain retail and hospitality operators who need to tighten management controls of store and employee performance while reducing losses due to internal theft and fraud. POSWatch Enterprise goes beyond commonly available integrated point of sale (POS) video surveillance solutions by providing 100% network-based POS integration, support for unlimited POS terminals, and support for unlimited camera systems. POSWatch Enterprise offers a single centralized database that aggregates POS transaction activity for all stores in the chain in real-time and with instant access to integrated surveillance video.
Crest’s new CP-4807WS Series environmental vandal domes feature the newest 960H chipset for unsurpassed picture clarity and digital wide dynamic range (DWDR) technology for true low-light performance. Other features include day/night switching with 700 color lines of resolution, smart 3DNR noise reduction, digital zoom, OSD controls, defog, 12vdc/24vac, a 2.8-12mm auto-iris vari-focal lens, and more—all in a compact, vandal proof environmental housing (IP68). Also available in an infrared model that features new dynamic LED technology, allowing the brightness of the LEDs to automatically adjust based upon reflectivity of the scene, eliminating hot spots and whited out areas.
CBC (America) Corp. has announced a new family of IP cameras have been added to the Ganz PixelPro series.
The cameras feature GXi technology, which maximized surveillance capabilities by bringing an added feature set of imbedded intelligence.
They also offer wide dynamic range performance and full video recording to SD card to an already feature-rich IP camera series.
The imbedded intelligence technology provides intelligent analysis of video with application areas, including intrusion detection, vehicle monitoring, abandoned-object detection, people counting and loitering detection.
Other features include video motion detection, triple power, dual-streaming IP video, true day/night performance and ProSet, allowing zoom and focus directly from your PC.
Bosch launches FLEXIDOME IP corner 9000 camera that can be used in critical areas such as bus stations, care facilities and hospitals. It provides clear, usable images in complete darkness and is vandal-proof and tamper-resistant.
The 9000 camera has high-resolution optics for maximum detail and image usability, as well as wide-angle fisheye lends for covering every corner.
Integrated active infrared LEDs maintain video clarity even in complete darkness.
Rugged, non-grip design makes the cameras extremely difficult to tamper with.
Equipped with content based imaging technology, lowering bandwidth consumption and reducing storage costs by up to 50 percent.