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Axis unveils new HDTV cameras M1145 series

Axis unveils new HDTV cameras M1145 series

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2/12/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Axis Communications, an international supplier in network video, announces the AXIS M1145-L and AXIS M1145 Fixed Network Cameras featuring full HDTV 1080p resolution and the highly efficient H.264 video compression standard. The AXIS M1145-L is equipped with built-in adjustable IR LED illumination allowing for easy and discreet day and night video surveillance.

"The AXIS M1145-L and AXIS M1145 with full HDTV 1080p resolution provide an affordable solution for efficient 24/7 monitoring with clear identification," says Erik Frannlid, Axis' Director of Product Management. "The AXIS M1145-L features built-in IR LED illumination invisible to the human eye and ideal for discovering people and objects in a range of up to 15 meters (50ft.), even in complete darkness."

With their slim and compact design, the cameras enable quick and easy installation, simple setup and a trouble-free video surveillance solution for applications where monitoring is required round-the-clock. To minimize environmental impact, the plastic parts in AXIS M1145-L and AXIS M1145 contain 39% respectively 42% recycled plastic.

The AXIS M1145-L and AXIS M1145 Fixed Network Cameras provide HDTV 1080p resolution video at full frame rate and offer multiple H.264 and Motion JPEG streams which can be individually optimized for bandwidth and storage efficiency. Additional features include support for edge storage with a built-in microSD/SDHC memory card slot, pixel counter, Axis Corridor Format, Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) and I/O port for PIR sensor options.

The AXIS M1145-L and AXIS M1145 are supported by Axis Application Development Partner Program, AXIS Camera Station and the complimentary AXIS Camera Companion. The camera also includes support for AXIS Video Hosting System and ONVIF for easy camera system integration. AXIS M1145-L and AXIS M1145 are planned to be available in Q1, 2014 through Axis distribution channels.

Axis bolsters traffic safety in Dubuque, US

Axis bolsters traffic safety in Dubuque, US

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2/11/2014 | Article type: Infrastructure

The City of Dubuque, Iowa, is a regional hub of 60,000 people on the border of Illinois and Wisconsin. In the early 2000s, the traffic department began linking traffic signals and intersections together in a fiber optic network. Initially, they installed network cameras to detect vehicles at the intersections for signal changes, but they later switched over to microwave-based detectors. Unfortunately, with the change, they lost the ability to view and record video at the intersections.

To reestablish visual support, the traffic department selected a mix of Axis network cameras provided by systems integrator and Axis partner RACOM. They first installed fixed HDTV AXIS Q1755 Network Cameras, as well as HDTV 1080p AXIS Q6035 pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) for targeted examination. Then, when Axis released the fixed AXIS Q1604 Network Camera with Wide Dynamic Range-Dynamic Capture, the city saw how well wide dynamic range could combat the effects of direct sunlight, reflections off passing vehicles and glare from nearby lights. AXIS Q1604 cameras soon became the standard for future installations. Milestone XProtectR Video Management Software provides critical support for viewing and extracting video at city hall.

The IP cameras have become an integral component of the city's Intelligent Transportation System. Video analysis helps traffic engineers improve roadways without incurring the high costs of new construction. They are able to update signage and roadway markings to improve traffic safety. Police use footage to get an accurate account of accidents and other incidents. Local citizens also use the video to settle disputes over accidents without the need to go to court.

From riverboats to fiber optics
As one of the oldest settlements in the state of Iowa, the City of Dubuque has benefited from more than 200 years of transportation innovations: from steamboats floating in on the Mississippi River to cable cars chugging up and down its bluffs. Continuing this tradition, Dubuque traffic engineers launched a project in the early 2000s to connect all of its traffic signals and intersections to a central monitoring location via Ethernet and fiber optics. As the project evolved, the city began installing Axis network cameras alongside other IP-addressable technology as part of its Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) initiative. “ITS improvements are being utilized a lot more often, because you are able to can get more efficiency out of your existing infrastructure if you improve your communications,” said city engineer David Ness.

In total, 260 cameras have been installed at 80 intersections around town. The design of the Axis cameras made installation simple and efficient. “Getting it out of the box and up on the pole is very easy,” said Ken Fleege, manager of Dubuque, Iowa operations for systems integrator RACOM. The health assessment features of AXIS Camera Management software helps reduce the number of trips needed to maintain the cameras in high traffic areas.

Every detail from all the angles
The city initially installed fixed HDTV-quality AXIS Q1755. These were paired with AXIS Q6035 PTZ Dome Network Cameras, which allowed them to zoom in close and examine specific areas of a scene if needed. After testing the fixed AXIS Q1604 Network Camera when it was released, the city embraced the possibilities offered by the camera's Wide Dynamic Range- Dynamic Capture features. The wide dynamic range feature provides clear, detailed images free of glare from oncoming headlights, traffic signals, emergency vehicles and the sun. “Even when the lights are shining right on the camera, you can see the sidewalk in the dark behind it,” Ness said.

The city customizes many of its AXIS Q1604 cameras with 15-50mm telephoto lenses to get a comprehensive view of several blocks at once. They also employ the default 2.8-8mm wide angle lens to get an overhead shot of all approaches at an intersection. The cameras record 24 hours a day at 10 frames per second. Video is managed with Milestone XProtectR software on HP Z620 workstations. The footage is stored on direct attached drives for 30 days with HP DL380E Generation 8 Servers, which also use high speed drives for the live video databases. The Milestone software allows the traffic department to follow cars seamlessly from one camera to another, and the mapping feature lets them target specific cameras with ease. Wireless technology helps connect cameras on hard-to-reach bridges spanning the Mississippi River.

Safer roads, fewer costs
The IP technology offers unprecedented analytical oversight of traffic safety. “The system gives me a really good heartbeat on the city,” Ness said. “We can go back through the footage and see what led up to accidents and get a good feel for what might help.” In one instance, they installed new signage after observing drivers repeatedly getting confused by a road's lane transition. Elsewhere, they are able to make critical adjustments without the high cost of physically altering roadways. “It's probably a tenth of the cost of adding another lane,” Ness said. They are also able to respond to sudden detours and other incidents remotely with the Milestone smartphone app. The footage also helps police and local citizens make sense of the often chaotic scenes following car accidents. “The police find it extremely useful,” he said. From the scene, they can request the traffic department review video to help produce an accurate report. The traffic department can also review footage afterwards. Following one accident, the video helped reverse the person alleged to be at fault after Ness noticed the footage did not match up with the witness statements. Other times, it has helped people settle disputes and avoid court battles. “I think it really helps citizens put closure on accidents,” Ness said.

VIVOTEK released fixed dome FD8371EV and FD8171

VIVOTEK released fixed dome FD8371EV and FD8171

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 2/7/2014 | Article type: Security 50

VIVOTEK announced the launch of its 2 latest 3MP fixed dome network cameras, FD8371EV and FD8171, which are both designed with several outstanding image processing technologies for delivering excellent picture quality and video usability. Offering 30 fps at 3-Megapixel or 60 fps at 1080p resolution, FD8371EV and FD8171 are two professional day/night cameras with superb image quality. Featuring Smart IR technology, both cameras provide the ability to avoid overexposure from IR LEDs by adjusting the IR lighting intensity instantaneously based on the distance of the object from the camera. Moreover, equipped with WDR Enhanced technology, image details in extremely bright as well as dark environments can be identified easily.

To maintain high video quality while reducing bandwidth consumption, 3D Noise Reduction Technology enables both cameras to capture clear, polished video under low-light conditions and reduce unwanted sensor noise. Smart Stream Technology, newly introduced in VIVOTEK's 3MP line of cameras, is an ideal solution to optimize resolution on a moving object or any ROI to optimize bandwidth usage.

FD8371EV, the outdoor version of FD8171, is specially designed with a robust housing and wider temperature range to protect the camera from malfunction in harsh environments. The IP66-rating helps the camera body withstand dust and rain, while the IK10-rating provides protection against physical attacks. With a wide temperature range down to -50°C, the FD8371EV performs reliability in extremely cold as well as warm weather conditions.

Steve Ma, Executive VP at VIVOTEK, stated, “With our steadfast belief in providing our clients with outstanding image quality and usability in our products, we have invested considerable resources and put forth great effort in enhancing our image processing technologies. In following our award-winning 3MP bullet network camera IP8371E, I am proud to announce today the launch of FD8371EV and FD8171, two new 3MP network cameras with superior image processing capabilities, which strongly reinforce our broad range of solutions for applications such as traffic monitoring and city surveillance.”

Axis captures a burglary suspect with PTZ P5534-E camera

Axis captures a burglary suspect with PTZ P5534-E camera

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2/6/2014 | Article type: Security 50 captures a burglary suspect in the act thanks to the PTZ P5534-E camera from Axis Communications, the global supplier in the network video.

Authorities are pouring over footage of the incident, which was captured in crystal-clear high definition by former BBC Springwatch presenter and Axis camera user, Simon King, who had installed Axis' live stream IP recording cameras and iCode's iCatcher CCTV software to monitor the nocturnal comings and goings of a family of urban foxes in London.

Huw Edwards, director at Axis partner, iCode – the security company that installed the system – said: “We have been responsible for installing all of the Axis equipment for Simon, who often films a variety of different animals and streams the live footage on his website for nature-lovers to view. Of course, the main challenge of shooting night-time environments is always the pitch black conditions. However, as you can see from the footage, the poor visibility is not a problem for the Axis camera.”

The camera used by Simon King is the wall-mounted AXIS P5534-E PTZ Network Camera – an integrated networked pan/tilt/zoom camera with a resolutions of up to HDTV 720p and 18x optical zoom.

Commenting on the incident, Simon King said: “The cameras were set up with motion-sensitive software to record all movement. Anyone can view the network of IP cameras live through my website and they will often see animals doing the strangest of things – but this is taking it one stage further! I use a lot of Axis cameras for my wildlife filming and have always been very impressed with their quality and ease of use.”

Axis launches Q60-S PTZ dome network camera line

Axis launches Q60-S PTZ dome network camera line

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 1/29/2014 | Article type: Security 50

The new top-of-the-line AXIS Q60-S PTZ Dome Network Cameras in nitrogen-pressurized stainless steel casings are suitable for surveillance and remote monitoring applications in marine, mining, oil and gas environments, as well as food, medical and clean room manufacturing facilities.

The rust-free cameras can resist the corrosive effect of sea water and cleaning chemicals, and withstand high-pressure steam cleaning. Pressurized nitrogen prevents internal condensation.

Axis Communications, a global supplier of network video, launched 3 outdoor-ready, marine-grade stainless steel cameras that enable 360 degrees coverage of wide areas in resolutions up to HDTV 1080p and great zoomed-in detail with up to 36x optical zoom.

“AXIS Q60-S cameras provide exceptional video surveillance and high durability for reliable performance in demanding indoor and outdoor environments,” says Erik Frannlid, Axis' Director of Product Management. “The stainless steel models are the latest additions to our newly upgraded AXIS Q60 PTZ Dome Series.”

AXIS Q60-S cameras, with SAE 316L stainless steel and a nylon clear dome cover, can operate in -30°C to 50°C (-22°F to 122°F). They have IP66, IP6K9K, NEMA 4X and MIL-STD-810G 509.5 approvals, ensuring protection against dust, rain, high pressure/steam jet cleaning, snow, ice and salt fog. The cameras come with a multi-connector cable and a media converter switch that allows for network connection using standard network or fiber optic cables. The switch also enables the cameras to connect to external alarm devices via 2 configurable input/output ports and to 12 V power. Stainless steel mounting accessories are sold separately.

AXIS Q6042-S provides Extended D1 resolution and 36x optical zoom. AXIS Q6044-S offers HDTV 720p and 30x optical zoom, while AXIS Q6045-S supports HDTV 1080p and 20x optical zoom.

All AXIS Q60-S cameras support shock detection, which mechanically detects and triggers an alarm if the camera has been hit. AXIS Q6042-S and AXIS Q6044-S provide electronic image stabilization, which reduces the effects of camera vibrations (from wind or traffic) to provide clearer, more useful video.

AXIS Q6044-S also supports automatic defog, which automatically detects fog in the scene and digitally filters it out of view for clearer video. AXIS Q6044-S has nearly three times better light sensitivity than the industry norm for HDTV cameras, enabling excellent video quality in low-light conditions.

AXIS Q6045-S offers the highest video resolution, enabling exceptional detail in wide and zoomed-in views. In addition to auto tracking and Active Gatekeeper—which are available in all AXIS Q60 models—AXIS Q6045-S has built-in video analytics such as highlight compensation (which masks bright lights for ease of viewing), object removed, fence detector, object counter and enter/exit detection.

Axis upgrades IP cams system for Alko in Finland

Axis upgrades IP cams system for Alko in Finland

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 1/27/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Alko is a Finnish state-owned company with a monopoly on selling alcoholic products stronger than 4.7%. It is managed and supervised by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and headquartered in Vanda. Alko was formed in 1932 and has 350 stores and 103sales agents in Finland.

A year ago, it was decided that Alko would switch from an analog surveillance system to an IP-based system in all its stores.

Axis partner Securitas was chosen as the total solution provider, responsible for cameras, alarm center, cable installation and security guard service. AXIS M3004-V Network Cameras with Axis' Corridor Format function is used in the stores. AXIS P1354 Network Camera with Lightfinder technology was installed in the entrances, and AXIS M3024-LVE, with integrated IR lighting, was installed in the storerooms.

All the cameras are adapted to Alko's need for secure, professional installation. Mirasys VMS Enterprise software is used for recording and display in the store, while ASAN Security Technologies supplies the software used at the Securitas alarm center in Helsinki.

Alko's stores have 10-25 cameras, depending on the size of the store. 50 stores have already had a more modern new infrastructure and an IP-based surveillance system installed. The remaining stores are next. The work is part of Alko's new profile on the Finnish market. The objective is for all of Alko's stores to be safe and secure for both their staff and their customers. Axis cameras deliver extraordinarily good picture quality and the remote link to the Securitas alarm center means that action can be taken immediately in the event of an alarm.

Benefits of IP camera systems
The Finnish company Alko began to review its camera surveillance system a few years ago and decided to switch to IP cameras. Axis partner Securitas was tasked with supplying a total solution, including upgrading the infrastructure, camera installation, the access control system, alarm center service and security guard service.

Axis network cameras are now being installed in all of Alko's 350 stores and are linked to Securitas's alarm center in Helsinki. “An IP-based camera system offers so many benefits. The images are displayed live in Securitas's alarm center and the staff there can see what is happening in any store, wherever it is in the country. We get the right help at the right time,” says Kyosti Lehto, Shop design Manager at Alko.

Surveillance of long corridors
Alko's stores have long corridors lined with shelves. The challenge is to cover a long corridor and have a good picture all along it without needing to use a large number of cameras. Axis's innovative Corridor Format produces a vertically-oriented image that is perfect for monitoring narrow corridors. The images delivered are in 9:16 aspect ratio and HDTV quality. This can be achieved by rotating the unique 3-axis lens through 90 degrees when the camera is installed. The image is then rotated back through 90 degrees via the camera's configuration interface.

“Different stores have different needs. Sometimes we need a wide-angle camera image and sometimes corridor format has to be used. Axis' cameras are flexible and we do not need to use more than 3 different models to meet all of our needs,” says Rene Piiparinen, Project Manager at Securitas Alert Services Oy.

Light quality and identification
Light quality in a store environment often varies. The light quality at entrances and exits can cause problems for the cameras and this is also where it is important to be able to identify people. In storerooms, on the other hand, there is sometimes hardly any light at all.

AXIS M3024-LVE has a built-in IR lens that makes it possible to deliver quality images in complete darkness. These cameras are used for store surveillance at night and to save energy as they remove the need for additional lighting. AXIS P1354 Network Cameras are installed in the store entrances. Axis' unique Lightfinder technology is integrated in these cameras, which means that the cameras are able to deliver color images even in extremely poor light conditions. This is extremely important when it comes to identifying people.

Time is money
It takes roughly 2 days for 2 Securitas employees to install everything in an Alko store. It has to be done fast and the system has to be reliable. “It is important that the store does not have to be closed for a long time and that our installation engineers do not encounter problems,” says Rene Piiparinen. The cameras are delivered with preset focus, which makes them easy to install.

Adjustments can then be made remotely. The cameras used at Alko also have a pixel counter function, which makes it easy for the installation engineer to check that the camera installation meets the customer's requirements for image resolution, for example to identify the faces of people passing through a doorway. This facilitates quick installation and saves both the installation engineer and the customer money. “The cameras' integrated functions make it very easy for us to install them and their unique picture quality is another reason why we like working with Axis cameras,” says Rene Piiparinen.

Axis network cameras adopt by Netz TOYOTA AOMORI

Axis network cameras adopt by Netz TOYOTA AOMORI

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 1/23/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Netz TOYOTA AOMORI, the Aomori Dealership of Japan's world-famous car manufacturer Toyota relocated in October 2013, opening new premises. This new dealership introduced a license plate recognition system for customers visiting the premises, and this incorporates Axis network cameras.

Originally, the dealership had not planned to introduce this system. However, they saw it already in operation at another dealership in a different prefecture, and witnessed how well it worked, and thus made the decision to go ahead with its installation.

The Aomori dealership carried out internal research and training on how they could increase customer satisfaction, and have been paying much attention to increasing their time interacting with customers and providing them with better service. The introduction of this new system lets dealership personnel immediately confirm details of customers visiting the dealership. This new system enables even higher levels of customer satisfaction.

As customers enter the dealership, a sensor is triggered, and an image of the license plate is captured by the AXIS P1357-E Network Camera mounted at the canopy above the parking lot. From this image, the license plate recognition system extracts the license number, and by checking this with both Aomori dealership customer management information and dealership appointment information, the system can determine the customer identity. These results are instantly transmitted over the company network to portable terminals used by dealership personnel.

Customers can be identified as soon as they enter the dealership parking lot, and their information is immediately shared with dealership personnel. If they are an existing customer of the Aomori dealership, then even personnel who are not directly responsible for them may greet them by name, and provide them with service.

Additionally, information input at the time of an appointment is also displayed, with personnel able to interact with the customer as soon as they are recognized. This can improve customer trust in the dealership, and increase business efficiency. The new dealership is approximately double the size of its predecessor; however staff numbers have remained unchanged. The introduction of the new system has resulted in better interaction with customers, as well as more efficient management and operations in a dealership that is larger, yet that has a smaller workforce.

In addition to the license plate recognition system, the Aomori dealership has incorporated other innovations. A first for the North Tohoku region, the fully glassed 3D display space incorporates environmentally-friendly LED lighting, and can display up to eight vehicles at the same time.

Moreover, the dealership is on a main road, and is clearly visible to passing vehicles. The waiting area inside resembles a lounge, with a wood finish, and also has a kids' corner. In the midst of this advanced technology, the dealership still manages to provide a welcoming feel that will make customers want to return. This license plate recognition system has been well received, and in the future it is likely to become an indispensable part of car dealerships.

Hikvision secures Korea with network camera solutions

Hikvision secures Korea with network camera solutions

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 1/23/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision, along with the Korean National Police Agency recently designed an IP video surveillance system for public safety usage. More than 750 units of Hikvision's DS-2DF7286-A 2MP Network IR PTZ Dome Cameras are installed in Seoul and adjacent suburbs in South Korea.

These Hikvision cameras are primarily tasked with coverage of streets, intersections, and other vital infrastructure locations, to provide a safer environment for both vehicles and commuters. This solution also serves as a deterrent against theft and other related crime, as well as a useful aid in police investigations.

Hikvision PTZ cameras provide a 360 degrees endless pan range and a -10 degrees to 190 degress tilt range of view. These cameras offer a 30x optical zoom capability to help police with observing the required detail needed for distant vehicles and suspicious individuals. Additionally, the PTZ cameras provide surveillance at distances of up-to 150 meters, even in total darkness. Of special note is the Smart Tracking function, which helps detect moving objects and follow them within the camera's area of coverage without fault.

Integrated with existing network video recorders and VMS from local suppliers, Hikvision's PTZ cameras provide a total VPMS (Video Privacy Management System) solution. This system represents an irreplaceable tool for the concerned Korean National Police Agency, and ensures that while citizens are being protected, their personal privacy is being not violated.

VIVOTEK integrated panoramic PTZ technology with AxxonSoft VMS

VIVOTEK integrated panoramic PTZ technology with AxxonSoft VMS

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 1/20/2014 | Article type: Security 50

VIVOTEK announced the successful integration of its innovative, a Panoramic PTZ solution with AxxonSoft's next-generation open-platform video management software (VMS), Axxon Intellect Enterprise and Axxon Next. The seamless cooperation signifies increased collaboration between VIVOTEK and AxxonSoft in developing cutting-edge technologies for the IP surveillance market.

VIVOTEK was one the first in the industry to launch the unique and innovative Panoramic PTZ feature in 2012, incorporating VIVOTEK's latest 5-Megapixel fisheye fixed dome network cameras SF8172/72V and a 2-Megapixel full HD speed dome network camera SD8363E. The solution provides a 180° panoramic view or 360-degree surround view without blind spots, allowing users to simultaneously monitor an overview of an area from a fisheye camera and a detailed regional view from a speed dome. The synergy of the 2 makes Panoramic PTZ especially suitable for department stores, station lobbies, airports, casino, parking lots, or any wide open areas where comprehensive monitoring and extreme video details are needed. The design and the originality of Panoramic PTZ have upended the traditional concept of security cameras, receiving accolades such as the German-based GIT 2013 Security Award, the Taiwan Excellence Awards and “The Best Innovation Product Award” from the MIPS show in Russia.

Since its establishment, VIVOTEK has collaborated with international and regional video management software programmers closely to seamlessly integrate camera functionalities onto different platforms. In response to the increasing market demand for Panoramic PTZ, VIVOTEK turned to AxxonSoft to implement a highly cost-effective solution that meets users' diversified needs.

Murat Altuev, President of AxxonSoft indicated, “It is our great pleasure to cooperate with VIVOTEK on the Panoramic PTZ integration project. AxxonSoft, since its founding, has been dedicated to helping end users build highly agile and quality security systems to satisfy versatile commercial needs. Together with VIVOTEK, our esteemed partner, we are creating more possibilities for the security industry and provide end users with safer, more reliable IP-based surveillance systems.”

Steve Ma, Executive VP at VIVOTEK, stated, “From the day we launched Panoramic PTZ, the market has adopted the new trend with success stories from around the globe. Today, we are pleased to announce the successful integration of our innovative Panoramic PTZ solution with AxxonSoft's VMS. The integration undoubtedly increases the compatibility of our Panoramic PTZ and brings increased benefits to the end users.”

EverFocus upgrades Taipei City to IP surveillance

EverFocus upgrades Taipei City to IP surveillance

Editor / Provider: EverFocus | Updated: 1/20/2014 | Article type: Security 50

A new EverFocus IP surveillance system was installed to secure entrances, exits, hallways, parking lots, and the outdoor areas near the City Hall building.

Always attentive to technological innovation, Taipei City Government Hall, the government building located by Taipei City Hall metro station in Xinyi District, Taipei, decided to upgrade its video surveillance system from analog to network at the end of 2013.

A new IP surveillance system was designed to secure entrances, exits, hallways, parking lots, and the outdoor areas near the City Hall building. The new IP surveillance system provides Taipei City Government real time image and better image quality, and thus provides citizens a convenient and safe environment to visit.

WebChain Technology is responsible for providing the Taipei City Government building a new network camera surveillance security system. With network system planning, designing, constructing, and maintenance professions, WebChain Technology chose EverFocus' products to cater customer's needs.

3 EverFocus IP cameras are chosen in Taipei City Hall project. EDN3260 2 MP Full HD Network Indoor IR & WDR Dome Camera is mainly installed indoor for hall way monitoring, EZN3260 2 MPHD Outdoor IR & WDR Bullet Network Camera is installed at the entrances and exits, and EPN4220 2 MP True Day/Night Outdoor Network Speed Dome Camera are put outside of the building to protect the surrounding areas.

EDN3260 is a 2 MP HD network camera which delivers high definition image quality. EDN3260 optimizes the IRIS opening under all lighting conditions with motorized Vari-focal P-IRIS Lens. EDN3260 is suitable for indoor applications that require clear image details and WDR supported. EDN3260 conforms to ONVIF / PSIA for compatibility with other network video devices – even from other manufacturers. Users can also use EverFocus Mobile Applications to remotely view the live views of the cameras through your handheld devices; or use EverFocus CMS to remotely manage multiple IP devices connected on the network.

EZN3260 captures the most details in stunning HD quality, it supports multi-streaming in both H.264 and M-JPEG for various network conditions. It features a built-in slot for micro SDHC card, providing uninterrupted recording in case network is down. Power Over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) provides power to the camera via a single network cable, eliminating the need for power cables and greatly simplifying the installation. The EZN3260 supports motorized vari-focal auto IRIS lens and remote Zoom & Focus lens control via web browser. With IP66 waterproof rating, the EZN3260 is suitable to perform in moisture and various outdoor weather conditions that require superior image details. The EZN3260 conforms to industry ONVIF/PSIA standard, allowing great interoperability with a wide range of 3rd party network video devices.

EPN4220 is installed outdoor around the Taipei City Hall building. It is a high-performance, multi-stream, H.264 IP speed dome camera that provides MP HD image size at a frame rate of up to 30fps. With a built-in slot for a micro SDHC card, providing local recording when events trigger – EPN4220 conforms to ONVIF / PSIA for compatibility with other network video devices –even from other manufacturers. Functions such as exclusive masking, pan / tilt limits, tracking on patrol and flexible resume functions are all supported. The EPN series is designed for simple installation and supports all types of outdoor / indoor mounting applications.

The existing analog camera in Taipei City Hall building has been converted to IP-based technology using EverFocus HD network cameras, allowing real time monitoring in public areas. The speed dome EPN4220 which is installed at the petition area supports dual streams, providing a two-way communication between the control room and citizens when there's a protesting event taking place.

The IR function of EverFocus cameras have allowed the video images of low light areas easier to be captured by the network cameras and send it to the control room, which is not feasible with analog system.

With the new IP-based surveillance system, Taipei City Hall now can sufficiently prevent crimes and obtain the recording data easily in the future.

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