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Dallmeier announces new cost-efficient IR camera DF4820HD-DN/IR

Dallmeier announces new cost-efficient IR camera DF4820HD-DN/IR

Editor / Provider: Dallmeier | Updated: 5/4/2015 | Article type: Security 50

To complete its camera portfolio, Dallmeier is now offering a smaller version of the successful 3-megapixel IR camera. The DF4820HD-DN/IR supports resolutions of up to 2 megapixels with the same high image quality and the full range of functions found in the larger model (DF4920HD-DN/IR). With the same scope of delivery including wall bracket, this makes it an ideal starter model for a lower price.

The DF4820HD-DN/IR is a weather-proof 2-megapixel HD network camera with automatic Day/Night switching and integrated infrared illumination. The camera provides real-time Full HD video (1080p/30) using the H.264 codec.

Besides a comprehensive set of automatic and manual image optimisation functions and many other setting options, it features automatic Day/Night operation supported by integrated ambient light sensing, a removable IR cut filter (ICR) and an integrated homogeneous IR illumination provided by semi-covert 850 nm high power LEDs in order to meet even the most demanding of surveillance conditions.

In addition, the camera is equipped with a motor-driven P-Iris megapixel varifocal lens. Focal length (zoom), focus and iris (aperture) can be configured conveniently with a web browser. The P-Iris control technology thereby realises a significantly improved image quality compared to conventional DC auto iris lenses with excellent contrast, brilliant clarity and enhanced detail resolution combined with a greater depth of field, under almost all lighting conditions. In conjunction with the Digital Image Shift function, which provides for a subsequent digital fine alignment of the image section, a convenient and straightforward installation process of the camera is guaranteed.

Built into an IP66-rated weather-proof enclosure, the camera is designed for both indoor and outdoor applications. The camera is operated via Power over Ethernet which allows for an easy, quick and cost-effective cabling and commissioning.

VIVOTEK wins the honor of protecting the fire fighters of Istanbul

VIVOTEK wins the honor of protecting the fire fighters of Istanbul

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 5/4/2015 | Article type: Government & Public Services

Istanbul Fire Brigade, Protecting Istanbul Since 1874
Istanbul, a city of 14.4 million and the sixth largest in the world, is considered the economic, cultural and historical heart of Turkey. Located along the Silk Road, rail networks to Europe and the Middle East, and the only sea route between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean, Istanbul has a deep and rich history dating back to 660 BC. However, the city also has a long history of fires, which have at times taken lives and caused major damage to the infrastructure of this great city. To fight this terrible danger, the Istanbul Fire Brigade has been serving and protecting the people of Istanbul since 1874. With a total of 113 fire stations spread across both the European and Anatolian sides of Istanbul, the Fire Brigade carries out its mission of responding rapidly to any kind of fire within this vast city.

The Challenge: The Fire Brigade's Fleet of Fire Trucks Required Tougher, More Reliable IP Cameras
There is probably no tougher test for an IP surveillance camera than to be mounted to the outside of a fire truck, driven across a major metropolis at high speeds in extreme heat or in rain and sleet, and still be expected to provide crystal clear video, but this is what the Istanbul Fire Brigade demanded. They needed video surveillance to protect the public of Istanbul, as well as the firemen of the brigade and their state-of-the-art equipment. The brigade's fire trucks required high quality video monitoring at both the front and rear, as well the capacity to provide two-way audio functionality. They also required wide-angle coverage to scan the surroundings for hazards. To make the challenge even tougher, the cameras also needed to be absolutely vandal proof and withstand the rough and high-speed journey through the streets of Istanbul. Viewing on this tough challgenge, the management of Istanbul Fire Brigade recruited system integrators Ishbak to help them find a better, and more robust solution.

The Solution: VIVOTEK – Being Smart Doesn't Mean You Can't be Tough
VIVOTEK produces a wide range of IP cameras and often will work with system integrators to find a number of different cameras to match the requirements of the end user, but in this case VIVOTEK had one single camera that was built for job. The VIVOTEK MD7560 Fixed Dome Network Camera is custom designed and manufactured to provide the highest quality video and audio surveillance while sitting encased in a vandal-proof shell that protects it from the roughest treatment and the most extreme weather.

A total of 500 MD7560 Fixed Dome Network Cameras were mounted on both the front and rear of the fire engines of the Istanbul Fire Brigade. The compact 2 mega-pixel camera is equipped with a wide-angle fixed lens, producing broad coverage of the busy streets and buildings of Istanbul. By utilizing high definition 1600x1200 resolution, the MD7560 can deliver extremely clear and detailed images. This means that while attending to a fire, if any event takes place that needs to be analyzed later, the footage can be used as forensic evidence. To add to this, the MD7560 can provide crystal clear two-way audio, enabling rapid communication between members of the fire crew in situations when every second counts.

But what really set the MD7560 apart from its competitors and made it the perfect camera for the Istanbul Fire Brigade was its ability to deal with the most extreme operating conditions. With full EN50155 compliance & IP67-rated design, the MD7560 can withstand shock, vibration, humidity, dust, and temperature fluctuations, maintaining stable and reliable video during even the most jarring vehicle movement. Furthermore, the vandal-proof metal housing delivers robust protection from vandalism. As such, the combination of high-resolution imaging and protective housing endows the MD7560 with the perfect combination of features to serve the Istanbul Fire Brigade, who can now rest assured that their crew and trucks will be protected – leaving them free to invest all of their energy on serving and protecting the 14.4 million people of Istanbul.

Youngkook Electronics shows specialty for the special security sector

Youngkook Electronics shows specialty for the special security sector

Editor / Provider: Weiting Chen, a&s International | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Youngkook Electronics, a Korean professional security company, has introduced their latest product in secutech 2015. Besides the surveillance system, Youngkook has also specialized in the security systems for special purpose including industrial, medical, and military. This year, Jungyeon Hwang, the employee of Sales Head Office of Overseas Sales Department, talked about, Cryogenic camera, which is specially used for oil and gas sector. The camera can submerge to the surveillance system in very low temperature ─ up to -170℃ to fit the demand for the severe enviroment. With a panoramic fisheye camera and PTZ function, it can monitor the inner wall condition. With the increasing demand for special sectors, the company has seen the prospect and has taken the innovative step for this special market.

DXG's new battery cameras fascinate with its sleek look and mobility

DXG's new battery cameras fascinate with its sleek look and mobility

Editor / Provider: Melody Lin, SMAhome | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

DXG brings new ideas to the market by providing a prototype of the battery-powered "Satellite Cameras" where each 2~4 mobile cameras can be paired with a control base, allowing users to settle the control base in one place, and carry the cameras wherever they are in a house. The sleek and compact design combined with mobility makes the presence of IP cameras natural and trendy in daily life.

With Wi-Fi connection, the camera set can be easily installed via QR code set-up process. The satellite cameras would stream footages to the control base which connects to a gateway and enables remote access.

"Battery Camera is one of the most frequently sourced product during the show," says Alan Chang, vice president of international sales and marketing department of DXG. "The prototype of our satellite cameras make sense of the new video application at home and have earn approval from customers."

Batio demonstrates software prowess via the creation of Forview Pixie

Batio demonstrates software prowess via the creation of Forview Pixie

Editor / Provider: Melody Lin, SMAhome | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Batio creates the easy-to-use but powerful Forview app, which has Pixie camera as its first family member in its home solution, displaying the power to understand and satisfy end users' needs.

For now the Forview app combines main functions required for home surveillance. It enables live monitoring and recording, alarm notification, 2-way communication and voice recording, all operable via its user-friendly interface. When a motion is detected, the monitoring and recording function would be automatically activated. Users can access the footage anytime anywhere. The Pixie camera offered along with the Forview app has a unique and attractive exterior. It is simple to use and can be powered via USB.

“We have demonstrated that we are able to create a solution easy enough for every user to utilize,” says Jake Lee, CEO of Batio. “We will collaborate with more hardware manufacturers and add new functions on our Forview app.”

iSmart showcases smart home kit and Wi-Fi doorbell HiBell

iSmart showcases smart home kit and Wi-Fi doorbell HiBell

Editor / Provider: Cindy Lin, SMAhome | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

iSmart showcases its Smart Home Kit and HiBell at the SMAhome Expo 2015.The kit includes Alarm Camera (AC8019DN2), Wireless PIR Detector (AF2), Wireless Smoke Detector (AF3), Wireless Gas Detector (AF4) and Wireless Video Records. Accompanying mobile apps for both products are available for users to easily manage the devices.

Wireless Video Records records videos and acts as a hub for the kit. It communicates with detectors via RF 433 and with the camera via Wi-Fi. The system can be expanded to include up to four cameras and 16 detectors.

HiBell is a Wi-Fi doorbell that supports motion detection and two-way talk. Users can talk to the visitor from their smartphone via the mobile app. While talking to the visitor, users can save snapshots or videos to their smartphone. A password is required before the door can be unlocked.

Ronix provides a full lineup of security cameras – IP, Ex-SDI, HD analog

Ronix provides a full lineup of security cameras – IP, Ex-SDI, HD analog

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Ronix, with a 16-year experience of manufacturing security cameras, now becomes more complete in its camera product lines – Full HD IP, Ex-SDI, HD analog (AHD and TV) cameras. Depending on its strong technical background, Ronix is able to provide high-quality cameras, which can compete with major global brands. It is worth mentioning that the company won the secutech Excellence Award, at secutech 2015 in Taipei, April 30. Even though Korean manufacturers have faced a fierce competition from Chinese manufacturers, Ronix still makes great efforts to provide complete surveillance systems for its customers. Ian Kim, President of Ronix, said that its next step will start to produce HD analog DVRs and then NVRs.

Small Chinese companies restricted as large producers thrive

Small Chinese companies restricted as large producers thrive

Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas, a&s International | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Small security companies in China are forced to seek various options and diverge their business portfolio to survive the market pressure from large producers such as Hikvision and Dahua, according to a Chinese security camera manufacturer at the Secutech 2015 trade show in Taipei.

Seung hoon Hyun, general manager for overseas sales at Dong Yang Unitech, said that they cannot focus on the large projects at all, as these are being monopolised by the large companies.

However, many buyers were still concerned about the quality of Chinese manufacturers. Some of them cited government regulations in certain countries, especially in the Middle East, that forbid the use of Chinese products in security surveillance.

Neousys puts emphasis on intelligence

Neousys puts emphasis on intelligence

Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, a&s International | Updated: 4/29/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Neousys, a Taiwan-based industrial computer manufacturer, is showcasing computers dedicated to surveillance at this year's secutech, bringing even stronger computing power to surveillance.

The computer, which functions as an NVR, features a 4-disk RAID, Intel i7 core and can connect up to 16 cameras. Chris Ni, Product Director at Neousys, emphasized that the Intel core can bring intelligence to the system.

In addition to surveillance specific CPUs, the company is also showcasing cameras with built-in CPUs, allowing the camera to do more than the average IP camera.

As a newer entrant in the security industry, Neousys hopes to differentiate themselves by highlighting the strength of their product for intelligence and analytics.

Cyberview improves user experience

Cyberview improves user experience

Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, a&s International | Updated: 4/29/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Cyberview, a VMS-based analytics company from Hong Kong, is highlighting several features of their VMS at this year's secutech.

Differentiating with unique features is one of Cyberview's strategies to stand out among the plethora of VMS vendors in the industry. With features such as video mapping, which combines fisheye and/or panoramic camera views with a PTZ; dynamic tracking, which allows the user to track a specific person across camera angles; and voice control, which allows the customer to use voice to control the views, Cyberview aims at improving the user experience. They believe what ultimately sells is easy of use: the easier and better the user experience, the more likely customers are to choose your product.

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