Sony Electronics Inc.
The new SNC-HMX70 security camera by Sony maintains an all-round 360-degree hemispheric view with no blind spots—ensuring full situational awareness in a wide range of indoor surveillance applications. The camera’s fixed lens and high-resolution 12-megapixel CMOS sensor stream crisply detailed, high-resolution video at a smooth 30 fps. This assures that people and objects are seen clearly. Harshly backlit windows, lobbies and entrances are no problem for the SNC-HMX70. Intelligent Auto Exposure analyzes front and backlighting in the scene, fine-tuning exposure for perfect footage in any lighting conditions. The camera’s wide 92dB dynamic range captures crucial image detail, even in highcontrast scenes with extremes of light and shade.
As the adoption of 4K Ultra HD video, emerging artificial intelligence (AI) applications and analytics drive the rapid growth and evolution of data in surveillance, Western Digital Corp unveiled the Western Digital Purple microSD card, purpose-built for the complex and dynamic data demands of modern surveillance cameras and edge systems. Whether it’s a business employing surveillance video to keep their assets secure or a retailer utilizing surveillance to accurately analyze shopping behavior through video facial recognition, capturing and assessing every moment is critical. Optimized for 24/7 surveillance video capture, surveillance system operators can count on Western Digital Purple microSD card to support continuous surveillance.
Siklu announced the EtherHaul 8010FX (EH- 8010FX). With 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps) full duplex capacity, and operating over the interference free 70/80GHz E-band spectrum, the new EtherHaul 8010FX provides a reliable fiber extension solution where fiber exists, and greenfield Gigabit connectivity. The main features are: 10Gbps full-duplex Point to Point (PtP) operation in the lightly licensed 71-76 / 81-86GHz band, with multiple 2000MHz channels, support for both optical and copper 10GbE interfaces, and a selection of halffoot, one foot or two foot antennas.
Genetec Inc. unveiled AutoVu Flexreader, a new offering that brings powerful ALPR (Automatic License Plate Recognition) capabilities to suitable IP video surveillance cameras supported by the Genetec Security Center unified platform. AutoVu Flexreader enables organizations to use existing IP cameras to identify and track license plates of vehicles. End users can additionally benefit by extending their security operations to access the full ALPR feature set of Security Center AutoVu, and take advantage of valuable data-mining tools and graphical reports. Unknown or suspect vehicles can trigger specific alarms and activate video surveillance recording to help decrease response time and support investigations.
The AR0521 is a small optical format 1/2.5-inch (7.13mm), 5 megapixel (MP) digital image sensor with an active pixel array of 2592 (H) x 1944 (V). It captures images in either linear or high dynamic range (HDR) modes with rolling-shutter readout, and includes sophisticated camera functions such as binning, windowing, and both video and single frame modes.
IC Realtime has developed a silent, rapidly-deployable aerial surveillance solution that provides law enforcement, border patrol and special event personnel the ability to remotely monitor events taking place in large areas. Called PLAS (Persistent Low Altitude Surveillance), the solution is comprised of a flight deck and imaging unit attached to a tactical-grade balloon that is released into the air by security personnel on the ground via a carbon fiber power tether / mini CAT6 cable.
Wireless Input Technology, Inc.
Xchime video doorbell and garage door opener is the next generation of your doorbell and garage opener, with multiple functionalities. It can be used as a WiFi HD (1080p) video doorbell, remote controlled video garage opener, regular indoor video cameras, baby monitor, ect. The video doorbell features the ability to get notifications when your doorbell rings as well as motion detection and live-view.
Dahua Technology USA has introduced the industry’s first HDCVI surveillance cameras with 4K resolution. Available in several different housing styles, the 4K (8MP) HDCVI 3.0 cameras are designed to seamlessly integrate with Dahua’s HDCVI recorders for a comprehensive solution. Dahua’s 4K HDCVI 3.0 cameras capture fast-moving objects with extreme detail. The outstanding 120dB WDR of the dome- and bullet-style cameras and 140dB WDR for the box-style camera ensure high quality images even in scenes with highly contrasted lighting conditions. All models feature Dahua’s exclusive Starlight technology to produce clear images in near-complete darkness. Additional features include advanced 3D noise reduction and a transmission range of up to 300m (over 75-3 coax cable). Dahua’s 4K HDCVI 3.0 dome and bullet-style cameras feature an IP67 weather resistant enclosure, motorized 3.7 to 11mm lenses, and integrated IR illumination providing detailed images up to 100m (328ft). The dome model features an IK10 vandal resistant rated enclosure.
Engineered to the highest standards of durability, the Ariel 3MP Corner Camera features a unique corner-shape form factor and extended FOV lens that provides ceiling-to-floor and wall-to-wall coverage. Due to its corner mounting, ligature-free housing and discrete infrared illumination, the Ariel 3MP Corner camera is an ideal solution for any deployment that requires full coveration from a single camera.
Vicon Industries Inc.
Vicon Industries, Inc. introduces a new line of 6MP and 12MP panoramic cameras with fisheye lens. The camera’s extremely wide angle and highly detailed image allow it to provide coverage of an area that would typically require as many as four traditional HD security cameras, while eliminating blind spots. Server-side image dewarping, as well as edge-based dewarping at lower resolutions, enable the camera’s video to be displayed in a variety of formats.