All four feature sets are offered in single-camera increments, allowing for unlimited future expansion. All include a complete video management system (VMS) for streaming, recording and managing an unlimited number of cameras at a single or at multiple sites.
Looking to provide a hybrid solution for analog surveillance system users, Sony unveiled a new hybrid camera that delivers IP video over coaxial cable at the show. The camera can stream video with zero latency over coaxial cable up to 1,000 feet long. In addition to this new hybrid camera, Sony representatives discussed the company's new strategy of delivering solutions to customers rather than just boxes of products. To demonstrate this, Sony is featuring several product integrations at its booth, which are aimed at a variety of vertical markets.
Adding to their already extensive lineup of megapixel cameras, Arecont Vision is introducing several new models at ISC West this year including a new 20 megapixel panoramic camera. Arecont Vision Senior Vice President of Marketing Raul Calderon said that megapixel and HD technology is providing users with forensic information that wasn't available previously. "We're delivering the quality of video people have always wanted," he said.
Megapixel provider IQinVision introduced Rob Ledenko as its new vice president of sales and marketing at the ISC show. Additionally, the company displayed its new H.264 Alliance-pro dome cameras, which support VGA, 720p, 1080p, 3 MP and 5 MP resolutions. Finally, chief marketing officer Paul Bodell outlines the company's new 5-year warranty program, an all-inclusive standard “bumper to bumper” warranty on the Alliance-mini dome line; and a three-year warranty on all other Iqeye cameras.