HD Surveillance Workstation Supports Megapixel Cameras-Genius Vision Digital's (GVD) CMS workstation now supports VIVOTEK's megapixel network cameras. The GVD E Series Control Workstation is an HD surveillance system designed for multiple megapixel cameras for enterprise security. It maximizes bandwidth efficiency to support hundreds of network cameras with amazing video response time, and allows operators to handle security incidences efficiently with minimal training.
HD Video Security-The new HD cameras from Sony are grouped into three series. The E Series includes entry-level models that combine high picture quality and a robust feature-set at a cost-effective price. The X Series offers cameras for unique surveillance installations. The V Series is Sony's flagship line, incorporating the latest technological advancements, such as View-DR and Distributed Enhanced Processing Architecture (DEPA) Advanced.
Adding the Power of IP-VideoEdge IP SpeedDomes from American Dynamics are available with either 420x total zoom (35x optical zoom with 12x digital magnifier) or 242x total zoom (22x optical zoom with 11x digital magnifier).The PoE-enabled speed domes support H.264, MJPEG, MPEG-4 and Active Content Compression (ACC) technology and are compatible with VideoEdge Network Video Management Systems v3.0 and higher, as well as Intellex IP.
Beyond the Basics-IQinVision's expanded IQeye BASIC LINE now includes MAIN profile H.264 and vandal-proof models. The original VGA, 1.3 MP, and 2.0 MP Mini Domes are now available in standard or vandal models. IQinVision also added HD480p and HD720p H.264 MAIN profile models that are also available in standard or vandal. Vandal models feature a cast aluminium base and tamper resistant screws.
Best of Both Worlds-Bolide Technology Solutions released their iPAC megapixel camera, which combines local recording, a BNC output, IRC, PoE and a host of other features. Equipped with an analog output for easy installation, iPAC offers integrated TCP/IP protocols with a built-in Web browser along with IP address filtering and HTTPS encryption. The 1.3 mega pixel CCD iPac has a resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels at 30 frames per second.
High-End Imaging-OmniVision Technologies' OV10630 image sensor is a system-on-a-chip (SOC) sensor which combines 720p high-definition (HD) video with low-light sensitivity and color high dynamic range (HDR) in a 1/2.7 inch optical format. Using OmniVision's HDR processing technology, the new security sensor delivers 110dB dynamic range in black-and-white and 100dB + in color, providing clear, fully-processed YUV color HDR video output. The OV10630 is scheduled to enter mass production by the fourth quarter of 2010.