IQinVision’s new Alliance-pro H.264 camera models feature Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) functionality, enabling them to produce clear, crisp images, even in the most challenging lighting conditions. This enhancement is available in the 720p, 1080p, and 3.1MP resolution models, thus catering to the majority of market applications. Designed with the integrator in mind, installation is quick and easy thanks to the remote motorized zoom and focus (with A2 and A3 lens options), a hinged pivoting shroud, and 3-axis gimbal. In addition, the ONVIF and PSIA compliant Alliance-pro offers many advanced capabilities "on the edge" including on-camera storage, Direct-to-Storage recording, Video Analytics, and exacqVision Edge VMS server.
IQinVision Alliance-pro cameras are not only engineered to be the highest quality stand-alone HD megapixel cameras, they are also designed as a platform for the future. Such edge devices empower customers to more easily and cost-effectively build onto their security systems as technology continues to advance. These powerful cameras are capable of advanced functionality on the edge—on-camera analytics, on-camera storage, recording directly to NAS, and integration with software such as exacqVision Edge, a video management system that records directly to the on-camera storage.
DTS allows for a more scalable, robust and cost effective video recording system. With DTS, the server resides in the camera. Storage can also be located on the camera — all while consuming less than 8W power.
Agent Vi expanded its integration with IQinVision to offer its full range of video analytics products on the latest IQeye camera product lines. Through the integration, Agent Vi’s embedded component now runs within IQinVision cameras and enables optimal performance of Vi-System, Agent Vi’s real-time video analytics software, and Vi-Search, Agent Vi’s video search and analysis tool. The integration enables end users to run Agent Vi’s full range of video analytics products and functionalities on 200 IQeye cameras simultaneously, while requiring only a standard quad-core server.
The full-featured exacqVision Edge server software runs directly on an edge device, like an IQeye HD megapixel camera, without the need for a separate VMS server. Since the IQeye camera running exacqVision Edge functions just like a computer server-based exacqVision VMS server, it is compatible with the entire line of exacqVision systems, allowing it to function as a separate server or as part of an enterprise deployment consisting of any combination of VMS servers.