Reston, Va. â€” IPIX Corporation (NASDAQ: IPIX) is kicking off 2006 with an apt New Year's resolution: higher resolution.
The leading developer of advanced visual intelligence technologies today launched a three-megapixel version of its successful 360-degree CommandView product line. The new product offering increases precision that will help government and commercial enterprises monitor a wider area with a single camera.
Built in response to retail customers' escalating demand for greater visibility at the point of sale, the new three-megapixel product lets users see farther with greater clarity and in lower light.
The increased precision enhances IPIX's patented 360-degree technology, which enables multiple users to simultaneously view different areas from the same camera.
"Higher resolution addresses customers' demand for 360-degree visibility for asset protection, as well as a number of different applications including market research, product placement and personnel allocation," said Jim Gompers, an internationally recognized security technology consultant.
The camera's broad coverage, technical flexibility and durability addresses the heightened need for more advanced security solutions to serve the hundreds of thousands of retail outlets in the United States.
"IPIX's new three-megapixel CommandView camera offers the highest resolution 360-degree imaging technology on the market and provides a cost-effective solution for addressing security vulnerabilities in the commercial sector," said CEO and President Clara Conti. "It effectively protects against employee and customer theft, which costs retailers more than $31 billion annually."
"We are confident that this application of IPIX's technology will continue to meet the multiple security needs of our commercial customers, expand the tools available for protecting the homeland and enhance our company's position in the marketplace," Conti said.
Additionally, the next-generation CommandView cameras will expand IPIX's arsenal of technology solutions for prosecuting acts of terrorism and sabotage at airports, mass transit systems, military facilities and other critical infrastructure.
IPIX Corporation is online at www.ipix.com.