Axsys Technologies Inc. showcased its newest line of thermal imaging cameras at ASIS, the Lanscout. The Lanscout provides images that withstand smoke, aerosols and other obscurants in harsh environments. Equipped with an electro-optical surveillance system (EOSS), the cameras can be integrated with a precision positioner and with a wide range of focal lengths.
For more information visit www.axsys.com
Azalea Networks introduced its Mesh360 channel partner program, a wireless mesh solution. The program offers members the newest wireless networking technology based on Azalea’s patented roughing solution and technology optimized for voice, video and mobile applications.
For more information, visit www.azaleanet.com
VideoIQ featured the iCVR surveillance camera with built-in DVR. The iCVR can be used in perimeter protection, unmanned site protection including construction sites, direction of travel, excess object monitoring and object search. VideoIQ’s iCVR includes its click-and-search capability, reducing forensic event investigation duration by more than 10 times.
For more information, visit www.videoiq.net
Stanley Security Solutions, Inc. released the Wi-Q Wireless Technology, an access control system that provides innovative wireless functionality. The system integrates wireless access management software and control, integrated gateways and multiple reader formats. Additional features include a 128-bit security encryption and ultra-smart power consumption, wireless card access, quick facility lockdown and reduced installation times, eliminating the need for additional trenching and wire running.
For more information, visit www.stanleysecuritysolutions.com
Sanyo announced that VCC-HD4000, a high definition four megapixel resolution IP video surveillance camera, covers nine times the monitoring area of a conventional camera, while offering clear image quality. Equipped with a progressive scan system and 10x AF lens, the VCC-HD4000 achieves 1080p (full HD) 30 IPS with H.264 compression codec optimized for network transmission.
For more information, visit www.sanyo.com
Optelecom NKF, Inc. introduced the C-50 E-MC video multi-codec, the newest addition of a high-performance open codec platform to the Siqura product line. Designed with Open Streaming Architecture (OSA), it standardizes video streaming and full remote control through a comprehensive HTTP API. The Siqura C-50 provides video picture quality using MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG in a temperature-hardened enclosure. Each video stream can be optimized for its specific application; live viewing, storage and remote Web applications.
For more information visit www.optelecom-nkf.com
Vicon Industries Inc. is eliminating license fees with the launch of its version 5.0 digital video management software, offering open platform flexibility and easy integration with leading IP camera manufacturers. Additional features of the 5.0 software include: full integration of video analytics allowing simultaneous live and recorded viewing, an optional 16:9 ViconNet GUI allowing full use of screen space and Integrated ViconNet VI video intelligence within the ViconNet interface.
For more information visit www.vicon-cctv.com
Arecont Vision offers its line of day/night IP megapixel cameras with H.264 (MPEG 4, Part 10) compression. The PoE compliant day/night camera line adds to Arecont Vision’s expanding H.264 series, ranging from 1.3 to 5 megapixels, and can be used for applications with changing lighting conditions. The day/night cameras provide up to 10 times the average bandwidth and storage reduction over MJPEG and allow for additional stream of view at lower resolutions but full megapixel density.
For more information visit www.arecontvision.com