Infinova cameras integrated with Digifort software suite

Company's N-Series cameras now compatible with Digifort's IP surveillance software and products


MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ – July 5, 2011 – Infinova today announced that Infinova’s megapixel N-Series security cameras are fully integrated with Digifort’s IP surveillance software. Digifort is the leading video management system provider in Brazil and, as a result of a partnership between Infinova and Digifort, integrators can now easily provide their customers with Infinova IP and megapixel cameras fully integrated with the Digifort IP surveillance software and products, including license plate recognition and biometrics-based sign-on. The N-Series family is a complete suite of fixed, mini-dome and high-speed megapixel dome PTZ cameras that provide both analog and digital operation.

"This announcement is of special interest to our integrators and their customers throughout South America as Brazilian-based Digifort is one of the leading IP software providers on the continent," reports Mark S. Wilson, Infinova vice president, marketing. "It is a provider that is growing quickly and expanding into other international markets as well."

"Just as we are quickly expanding our reach throughout Latin America and beyond, it is important to us that we partner with a company like Infinova that is doing likewise," asserts Carlos Eduardo Bonilha , Digifort president. "We appreciate how Infinova helps its integrators and their customers before, during and after the sale."

Infinova N-Series cameras include megapixel resolution at 20 frames per second (fps), offer on-camera SD (secure digital) storage cards and are ruggedized. The PTZ dome cameras provide high quality video 360 degree continuous rotation with pans at both high and low speeds.

To make installation easier for integrators, all N-Series cameras feature both IP and analog outputs. During installation or maintenance, integrators can attach a portable test monitor to facilitate easy and fast focusing. The dual-output cameras let the user record on both NVRs and DVRs, even at the same time if wanted. The cameras can be vandal-proofed, handle hot and cold extremes and have IP66 and IP67 ratings, protecting against water and dust.

Infinova recently announced that it has gone public, raising (US) $300 million, which it will use to grow both organically and through acquisitions.

More information on Infinova video systems is available by going to www.infinova.com.