Adaptive Infrared (IR) technology will be added to the indoor and outdoor H.264 HD Dome cameras.
VANCOUVER, CANADA – March 28, 2013 – Avigilon (TSX:AVO), a leader in highdefinition
(HD) and megapixel video surveillance solutions, today announced its innovative
Adaptive Infrared (IR) technology will be added to the indoor and outdoor H.264 HD Dome
cameras. Avigilon’s patent-pending adaptive IR technology provides the industry’s most effective and flexible way to capture evidence without a visible light source.
“At Avigilon, we’re constantly looking at ways to improve the image quality of video
surveillance,” said Rick Ramsay, senior product manager at Avigilon. “With the adaptive IR
technology we’re building intelligence into our products so our customers get the same image
quality we’re known for, but in complete darkness.”
Avigilon’s patent-pending Adaptive IR technology takes a unique approach to IR illumination by
combining zoom adaptive and content adaptive technology. The adaptive IR technology is able to intelligently change IR lighting levels based on the scene while reducing motion blur and
ignoring areas where there is no movement. This allows the beam of IR illuminators to focus only
on the relevant content within the scene and ensures IR illumination is not wasted on irrelevant
Adaptive IR Technology Demonstration
The H.264 HD Dome cameras with adaptive IR technology will be demonstrated at booth 9071 at
the ISC West security tradeshow in Las Vegas from April 10 to 12, 2013. The “Adaptive IR
Technology” whitepaper provides a comprehensive technical overview of using IR technology in
The indoor and outdoor H.264 HD Dome Cameras with adaptive IR are specifically designed for
businesses or organizations that require protection, regardless of the time of day. Adaptive IR is a standard feature in Avigilon’s HD Bullet Cameras and will be available on the H.264 HD Dome
Cameras in April 2013.