:LenovoEMC’s new line of high performance NVRs are customized, fully-functional double-drive and quad-drive that range from 4TB to 8TB of network storage. The NVRs are ideal for security installations of less than 20 IP cameras and deliver superior performance in capturing, sharing and storing digital video surveillance files. The recorders are great for businesses with an existing network storage-based video surveillance network as well as those participating in the ongoing industry upgrade from analog-based surveillance systems. Each model comes with a one-year software update plan, enabling users to receive the latest feature updates and releases.
Tyco Security Products
The Illustra Compact Mini-Dome HD IP camera is part of Tyco Security Products’ expanding line of high-definition IP cameras. Delivering 720p and 1080p resolutions for crystal clear images, these high-performance compact cameras are ideal for applications where discretion is of the utmost importance, such as retail stores, commercial buildings, healthcare facilities, schools and banks. The high-performance, compact camera delivers 720p and 1080p resolutions for crystal clear images.
Panasonic Security Systems
The 6 Series i-PRO camera line based on its next generation UniPHier LSI processors includes cameras that feature 60 frames per second performance on both 720p and 1080p models, as well as improved compression efficiency. The new platform also features Enhanced Super Dynamic technology enabling 130db video dynamic range, which can deliver performance in any lighting condition. The cameras can also encode up to four H.264 streams simultaneously and feature high sensitivity in low light conditions generating usable color video at less than 0.11x illumination.
Verint Systems Inc.
Verint’s Nextiva PSIM 6.3 SP1 provides video-centric, real-time situation intelligence and improved response to help users cope with real-world challenges, crime and natural disasters. The open-platform product features video multi-casting so users can view live and recorded security video from multiple PTZ cameras on a computer workstation and “tear off” video into separate windows when needed. Features for the system include an intuitive 3D multi-layer user interface, and the ability to call up camera views to a video wall, receive LPR and face recognition alerts and aggregate multiple alarms.
Axis Communications introduces two cost-effective video encoders that can serve small to medium-sized surveillance installations. The AXIS M7016 Video Encoder provides full frame rate video, is attractive, cost effective and features easy entry to network video. The AXIS P7216 Video Encoder features full frame rate video, adds audio and I/O ports and is equipped with a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) slot for use with fiber optics. Each uses one single network port, which drives down cost and port density of the surveillance system infrastructure.
The new CRN AlarmPath units will feature 4G cellular technology that supports 4G, 3G and 2G communications on the T-Mobile network with roaming capabilities to other carriers. The communicators will feature CRN’s Optimal Connect technology that automatically chooses the highest speed cellular network and transmits alarm signals at the fastest speed possible to the central station. The dealer can install the alarm communicator without concern over network availability or future changes to carrier service. The AlarmPath 4G communicators provide the ideal solution for mission critical residential and business wireless alarm communications.
Axis Communications has entered the physical access control market with the introduction of the company’s first network door controller, the AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller. The product is non-proprietary and features open IP-based access. It also features built-in web-based software and is ideal for small to mid-sized installations that have around 10 doors and basic access control requirements.
March Networks introduces the four-channel 8704 S Hybrid Network Video Recorder (NVR). The 8704 S delivers the same exceptional reliability, centralized management and crystal-clear image quality available with the company’s eight, 16 and 32-channel 8000 Series recorders. Measuring just 3.2 x 8.3 x 5.0 in (8.1 x 21.2 x 12.6 cm) and able to record at 30 frames per second on all four channels, the compact NVR is ideal for installation in standalone ATMs and smaller banking branches seeking real-time video recording for enhanced security and fraud detection.
The Super Weather Proof (SWP) padlocks can withstand the most severe weather conditions and environmental extremes. The padlocks are available in two styles—mechanical locks and electromechanical locks—that incorporate ASSA ABLOY’s CLIQ programmable electronic locking technologies for added security of electronic access control. They come with and without a weather seal cap and have an IP 68 rating, indicating a hermetic seal.
Sony Electronics Inc.
Sony Electronics announced the SNC-VB635 IP camera, featuring the IPELA ENGINE EX signal processing system. With its extraordinary light sensitivity and full HD resolution, the SNC-VB635 camera is designed for use in highly demanding applications such as transportation, city surveillance and energy. The SNC-VB635 is a fixed camera that features a half-inch Exmo CMOS sensor that generates exceptional picture quality even in very low-light conditions. Other key features include true day/night capabilities and an RS-485 external control.