Geutebruck Launching Variety of New Products

Motivated by the compelling logic that video security systems need top quality, perfectly matched hardware and software components to achieve optimum system performance, Geutebruck is launching a variety of new products all perfectly attuned to its system world.

G-Tect/VMX is a new intelligent video analysis solution for detecting motion in outdoor situations. Very reliable and easy to set up and use, it reports direction-dependent motion with extremely low false alarm rates even in difficult conditions like rain and snow. If desired, it can also be combined with a conventional VMD function for exceptional dual sensor precision.

G-Tect/MoP is a new pixelating function developed by Geutebruck which masks moving objects in live displays or in already archived image data for data protection compliance. Ideal for maintaining privacy when monitoring operations in areas with public access, G-Tect/MoP still allows authorized personnel to investigate serious incidents and forward video for evidential purposes without the masking.

For top performance in tight spots the G-Scope/1044 is a new compact video solution with a 1TB database and support for four analog and two digital video sources. Temperature tolerant and small enough to fit into an ATM, it shares the GeViScope -- proven, reliable software core and convenient functionality.

The TopLine series of Geutebruck progressive scan IP cameras now offers resolutions ranging from 720p, to Full HD and 5 megapixels; cameras with CCD and CMOS sensors; day/night models with automatic IR cut filters, and even some domes with push-button auto-focus for easy installation. In addition most models can be powered either from a local low voltage supply or centrally by PoE.

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