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Hikvision expands HiWatch IP portfolio

Hikvision expands HiWatch IP portfolio

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 12/14/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision, the global provider of video surveillance products and solutions, is proud to unveil three new HD network products into its expanding HiWatch product portfolio. These include Hikvision's DS-2CD2012-I 1.3MP IR mini bullet camera, DS-2CD2112-I 1.3MP IR mini outdoor dome camera, as well as a recording device – Hikvision's DS-7600NI-SE(/P) plug & play embedded NVR. Hikvision's HiWatch series is geared towards a broad portfolio of surveillance solutions for small-to-medium-sized enterprises. These newly introduced HiWatch IP products are cost-effective, yet still benefit users with high-quality monitoring, ease of use, and ease of installation – a perfect choice for home and business monitoring.

Both cameras, the DS-2CD2012-I and DS-2CD2112-I, feature compact designs, enhanced low-light performance and efficient encoding capability. Equipped with 30 IR LEDs, both cameras are able to deliver outstanding video images with long-range visibility of up-to 30 meters in a completely dark environment. Images are further enhanced with 3D DNR, which works to greatly reduce noise and motion blur, as well as WDR functionality to ensure image clarity in strong lighting contrast environments. Additionally, these two new IP models are developed based on Hikvision's latest platform for network cameras that offer higher compression efficiency (approximately 30 percent to 50 percent above traditional network cameras). This significantly reduces the transmission burden for both video information and storage on IP surveillance systems. In addition, these two new cameras are both IP66 rated for outdoor applications, while the DS-2CD2112-I also incorporates vandal-proof housing.

These two new HiWatch IP cameras are both PoE equipped, while the DS-7600NI-SE(/P) NVR supports up-to four independent PoE network interfaces and auto-discover the connected IP cameras for IP address auto-allocation. Through the simple act of plugging a cable into a network interface, the front-end cameras' IP address is automatically configured to transmit a live view and store video. Moreover, this NVR supports HDMI and VGA output at up-to 1920x1080p resolution, which benefits users with high-definition video image viewing. Incorporated with customization of tags for video information, this NVR further allows users complete control over their systems to locate key events more efficiently. The DS-7600NI-SE(/P) supports HDD quota management for video storage optimization, and 2 SATA hard disks are equipped with capacity of up to 4TB each.

As well, the three new HD network products all support open protocols to expand integration with other devices. The DS-2CD2012-I and DS-2CD2112-I are both ONVIF, PSIA and CGI conformant; while the DS-7600NI-SE(/P) supports third-party network cameras, to provide versatile solutions for different surveillance needs.

Bosch HD camera control for conference systems

Bosch HD camera control for conference systems

Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 12/11/2012 | Article type: Security 50

The new HD solution from Bosch for DCN Conference Systems with full HD automatic camera control includes a purpose-designed conference dome camera with SDI output, resulting in crystal-clear images. Small, compact and requiring no cooling fan, the camera is quieter and less intrusive than its standard counterparts. In addition, dedicated interfacing software developed by Bosch fully integrates the conference dome into the DCN conference system.

This new solution spares installers the effort and expense of developing their own interfacing software and of purchasing third-party HD cameras. Automatic camera control helps to focus the participants' attention on the topic, but also shows who is speaking. A PTZ camera automatically pans to the current speaker and displays their image and name on monitors or projection screens. The camera is activated by the microphone button on the delegate's conference unit.

Argentine mining facility improves safety and efficiency using IP surveillance

Argentine mining facility improves safety and efficiency using IP surveillance

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 12/7/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Over the past thirty years, the Argentinean town Sierra Grande, located in the southeastern corner of the Rio Negro Province, has experienced a wide variety of ups-and-downs. During the 1980s, Sierra Grande was a bustling town prospering from its rich natural iron ore deposits and mining capabilities. Conversely, the 1990s brought government-ordered mining stoppages, the unemployment of thousands, and a mass exodus from this once proud town.

Thankfully, with government reversing their Sierra Grande mining ban, the 2000s have seen a sharp uptick in both the fortune of this region and in the lives of those who bring the ore out of the mines.

However, it took more than simply reopening the mines to allow Sierra Grande to thrive once again. To help do so, Hikvision was brought in to both secure the mining facility and increase efficiency.

MCC Minera Enters
When MCC Minera Sierra Grande acquired mining rights to this town in 2006; it knew a great many challenges needed to be overcome.

In particular, of the three existing underground deposits – labeled North, East, and South – only the South dig-site is currently in use. Currently, Sierra Grande's mine extraction capacity is approximately 2.8 million tn. of iron ore per year.

A High-Tech Solution
Of particular note, the natural environment of not only the mining area, but the entire region, of Sierra Grande was a major cause for concern. Specifically, this section of the Rio Negro Province is famous for its harsh desert landscape and even harsher desert weather. As such, before MCC Minera opted for Hikvision, a thorough examination of other security manufacturers' products was conducted Lic. Christian Uriel Solano, President of Security One Argentina – Argentina's official Hikvision distributor for this project – noted, “It came down to two main factors: technology and durability. Both of these aspects proved that not only would Hikvision products be up the task from a technology standpoint, but they would be able to withstand any weather this unforgiving desert could throw at them.”

MCC Minerva was not looking for a simple CCTV for basic security purposes. Instead, the goal was to build a comprehensive solution that provided security and improved overall mining efficiency. Not only would Hikvision products be asked to withstand the blazing heat and bitter cold, but they would be asked to do so outside in the bright light, underground in virtual darkness, as well as combining analog and digital components both indoors and out. “It was an extremely complicated and technologically advanced case, and we congratulate the integrator on this project, Krall Infromatica, for really doing an excellent job,” Solano summed up.

The Nuts & Bolts
Beginning at the perimeter, Hikvision' DS-2DF1-714 IR network high speed dome and DS-2CC5173P-VP IR Vandal Proof & Weather Proof dome camera were tasked with providing general surveillance of the area. Complementing this was the iDS-2DF1-517 WDR network high autotracking speed dome to man sensitive areas. In particular, both cameras' IP66 rating provide assurance against weather factors, while the latter's embedded intelligence algorithms allow an operator the ability to preprogram specific triggers and immediate notification features.

However, due to the fact that these outer perimeter walls stretch over a kilometer from the main administrative facility, it was impractical to connect these cameras with cabling. Instead, Hikvision's DS-6101HFI-IP digital video server was used to convert the perimeter cameras' analog signals to the digital IP network wirelessly; providing both higher efficiency and cost effectiveness.

Of particular note was the DS-2CD7153-E 2MP network mini dome amera, with its HD 720P real time video, and vandal-proof housing. Strategically placed on the port to monitor the loading process of raw iron ore onto waiting ships, this high resolution camera was able to both increase productivity and increase worker safety due. Additionally, its housing allows it to withstand the punishment from rock and other debris periodically catapulted upwards from the moving conveyer belt.

Moving lower, the DS-2CC192P(N)-IRT IR bullet camera's IR LEDs and vari-focal lens provided a similar ability within the darkened mines; while the DS-2CC192P(N)-IR bullet camera did the same in both administrative and other mining settings. Additionally, the DS-2CC1192P(N)(-A) box camera's low-illumination ability complemented all of the above throughout the many office and administrative settings comprising MCC Minera's facilities.

Rounding out this total solution were both the DS-7316HFI-ST standalone DVR and DS-7208HVI standalone DVR to record these closer cameras in 4CIF resolution real-time recording; while the DS-9516NI-R embedded NVR was responsible for recording the outer perimeter's wireless IR cameras on its embedded linux-based system.

UK college ensures safety and OFSTED compliance with HD surveillance

UK college ensures safety and OFSTED compliance with HD surveillance

Editor / Provider: Avigilon | Updated: 11/23/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Founded in 1892, Telford College of Arts and Technology is a further education college located on the outskirts of Wellington in Telford, Shropshire, United Kingdom. With 2000 full-time students and more than 15,000 part-time students, the college offers a wide range of vocational courses to prepare students 16 years and older for employment and higher education. As an open campus that sits on 12 hectares of land including 27,000 square meters of building space, two outdoor football pitches, and a 550-space parking lot, Telford College is committed to ensuring the safety and protection of its community.Telford College deployed the Avigilon high-definition surveillance system to create a positive, safe, and stimulating learning environment across the entire campus.

Top Marks in Student Safeguarding
Like all educational facilities across the United Kingdom, Telford College is regulated by the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED,) which is mandated to ensure the highest standards in care and education for children, young people, and students. A key OFSTED criteria is a college's ability to effectively safeguard its students, a requirement that must be met to achieve an overall strong rating. “We received an outstanding grade in safeguarding in 2010 – particularly impressive because we are an open campus – and we are very motivated to demonstrate our continuing commitment to the highest safeguarding standards,” explained Andy Wilkinson, Estates Manager at Telford College.

From Analog to High-Definition
Determined to maintain a safe and secure campus environment, Telford College felt it was time to upgrade its old analog-based surveillance system to better monitor student behavior and deter unauthorized individuals from accessing the campus and causing mischief. “Well passed its sell-by date, our analog system was unreliable, difficult to manage, and delivered distorted images, making it difficult for us to achieve our security goals,” said Wilkinson. Following a tender exercise, the college opted to work with Technical Services (Shropshire), a local provider of surveillance system design, installation, and service, and install the Avigilon system.

Avigilon across Campus
Wilkinson and his four-person security team manage the Avigilon high-definition surveillance solution using the Avigilon control center network video management software (NVMS) with High-Definition Stream Management (HDSM) technology. The college installed Avigilon HD cameras ranging from 2 MP to 8 MP in key areas across the campus including student social areas, the cafeteria, library, 3G football pitch, the delivery entrance, and the Construction Centre. Telford College also installed an Avigilon 8MP 360 degrees panoramic dome camera in its shop to achieve maximum coverage with just one camera. The college relies on several Avigilon analog video encoders to improve the performance of its existing cameras. The college also installed an Avigilon NVR to store up to 14 days of continuous surveillance footage.

Simplified Search Enhances Security
According to Wilkinson, one of the key features of the Avigilon system is the ability to cluster groups of views by themes, making it simple to call up specific areas efficiently to further expedite investigations. “I have grouped all social areas together and all external views together, so I can pull up a view in a second and have full coverage in front of me,” noted Wilkinson. The superior image quality and zooming capabilities of the Avigilon high-definition surveillance system also enhance investigation success. “The ability to zoom, particularly in crowded social areas, allows me to identify students quickly and accurately if necessary.”

With its superior usability, the Avigilon system is a big hit with the security team. “Our security guards would tell you that the difference in system manageability is immeasurable compared to our old system, which required hours to search without guaranteeing results,” said Wilkinson. “The Avigilon system frees up our security personnel to patrol the grounds, reassuring the college community that the campus is safe and secure.” If needed, the college can also monitor potential issues live and dispatch personnel to assist on the ground as needed.

An Effective Deterrent
Although the college has not publicized the new Avigilon high-definition surveillance system to its students, the college has noticed a marked decline in security incidents since its implementation. “While the new CCTV system is not the only factor behind this decline – the addition of new social spaces has also contributed – there is no doubt that word gets around the college community and disruptive behavior decreases.”

Securing an Open Campus
The Avigilon high-definition surveillance system plays a critical role at Telford College, which prides itself on being an open campus where students may come and go as required. “With access to reliable, clear images that deliver indisputable evidence, we are confident we can provide valuable footage to college stakeholders and external agencies to help resolve incidents as quickly and effectively as possible,” concluded Wilkinson. “As a result, we can ensure the safety and security of our college community.”

Hikvision launches 3-MP WDR series

Hikvision launches 3-MP WDR series

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 11/23/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision released a series of 3MP WDR network cameras – the X54FWD series, to better meet growing market demand for high image quality. This series follows the previous introduction of Hikvision's 1.3MP WDR cameras series in the second quarter of this same year, and continues to broaden the overall HD WDR product portfolio.

The X54FWD series 3MP WDR network cameras are designed on Hikvision's enhanced DSP (Digital Signal Processing) and ISP (Image Signal Processing) algorithm to greatly improve image processing. This WDR performance of the cameras represents an up-to 120dB improvement in wide dynamic range; further maximizing the amount of detail in the field-of-view's brighter and darker areas.

Images are further enhanced with a 3D DNR  function which works to greatly reduce noise and motion blur, as well as 3MP and full HD resolution to ensure exquisite and crystal-clear video viewing and playback. As for X54FWD dome camera and bullet camera, IR LEDs can be further incorporated to enable the products to deliver optimum quality images in dark conditions, which makes it an ideal solution for day and night surveillance.

Other key features include motorized vari-focal lens (only for dome camera and bullet camera), which allows the user to adjust the camera through Hikvision's remote zoom and focus feature. The X54FWD series cameras also benefit from vandal-proof housing and IP66 rating, ensuring maximum protection for outdoor applications.

On top of all of this, the new X54FWD line includes both outdoor and indoor dome cameras, IR bullet cameras, and box cameras to provide users with various choices to best fit their specific needs.

This X54FWD series of network cameras consist of the following models:
DS-2CD7254FWD-E(I)Z(H) 3.0MP WDR Outdoor Network Camera
DS-2CD754FWD-E(I)(Z) 3.0MP WDR Indoor Dome Camera
DS-2CD8254FWD-EI(Z) 3MP IR WDR Bullet Camera
DS-2CD854FWD-E(W) 3MP WDR Network Box Camera

Samsung upgrades a series of 3-megapixel network cameras and domes

Samsung upgrades a series of 3-megapixel network cameras and domes

Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 11/16/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Samsung introduced a new series of 3-megapixel network cameras and domes. The models in the 7002 professional series, which are upgraded versions of previous high definition megapixel Samsung cameras and domes, include a long list of new innovative features and functions.

All models are able to capture images at a broad range of resolutions from 320 x 180 to 2048 x 1536 and include Full HD 1080p resolution displayed in 16:9 format. An advanced WDR feature ensures that everything in a scene can be clearly seen, even when images contain both very bright and very dark areas, whilst progressive scan technology negates motion blur and ensures sharp edges on moving subjects and vehicles.

“The specifications for the new 7002 professional series take into account the requirements of end-users who want a lot more from a high definition camera other than evidence grade images, and they also reflect the needs of installers,” said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager of Samsung Techwin Europe. “A Simple Focus feature, for example, automatically focuses the camera. All that is needed is one simple push of a button on the back of the camera to achieve optical focus. This will obviously result in reduced installation time. However, there is an additional advantage offered by this very clever feature in that when the camera mode changes from color to monochrome with the help of the camera's true day/night function, the simple focus automatically optimizes the back focus required for clear sharp images.”

The 7002 professional series is supported by many of the VMS platforms. Other key features which are common to all models include facial detection and audio detection with the use of an external microphone. Also included is Intelligent video analytics which provides motion detection, appear/disappear, virtual line/enter/exit detection and a camera tampering alarm function.

The new cameras and domes support multi-streaming of video using either H.264 and MJPEG compression and can therefore be simultaneously used for real-time monitoring, mobile monitoring, high quality or high-efficiency recording, SD memory recording and for E-mail notification purposes.

“With the launch of the 7002 Professional series and our LiteNet range of ‘affordable' megapixel and HD cameras and domes earlier in the year, we can now truly claim to be able to offer customers a high definition video surveillance solution for virtually any type of project,” said Biddulph. “Customers can also take advantage of the fact that both series are compatible with our recently introduced SRN-1000 NVR which has been designed to offer a ‘building block' approach to the process of specifying a video storage solution.”

The new models in the 7002 Professional series are:
SNB-7002 box camera with built-in microphone
SND-7082 dome camera
SND-7082F flush dome camera
SNV-7082 vandal resistant dome camera
SNO-7082R weatherproof IR camera

Hikvision launches outdoor IP dome series

Hikvision launches outdoor IP dome series

Editor / Provider: Hikvision Digital Technology | Updated: 11/14/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision released a vandal-resistant IP dome camera series – the DS-2CD72 series – for outdoor surveillance. This product line features valuable functionalities, such as a motorized vari-focal lens for outstanding image focusing, and a super low-light capability to provide high-quality images for both day and night.

The DS-2CD72 series IP outdoor dome cameras also provides various resolution offerings, ranging from VGA to 5-megaixel. These allow users the ability to choose their own specific products to best fit their own specific needs.

This motorized vari-focal lens is incorporated into the dome cameras for easy focusing, and allows the user to adjust the camera through Hikvision's remote zoom and focus feature. This functionality permits the lens focusing process to be completed remotely on a computer, quickly and easily, without the usual hassle. If the camera ever loses focus, there is no need for an installer to go back to the camera's location for a tiresome manual re-focusing. Instead, remote zoom and Focus ensures a quick, and accurate, procedure to zoom and focus onto any image.

With the built-in IR cut filter and automatic switch from color to B/W images, the DS-2CD72 series dome cameras are suitable for both day and night use. Equipped with IR LED illuminators, this camera is able to recognize objects within an IR range of up to 30m, providing outstanding low-light imaging performance.

Specifically designed for outdoor surveillance, Hikvision's DS-2CD72 series IP outdoor dome cameras employ an IP66 rating and vandal-resistant housing, ensuring maximum protection for outdoor applications. Complementing these features is a built-in heater & fan which is able to support operating temperatures between -40°C to 60°C (-40°F ~ 140°F).

Indian hospital sets a digital surveillance benchmark with Hikvision

Indian hospital sets a digital surveillance benchmark with Hikvision

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 11/2/2012 | Article type: Commercial Markets

In operation for roughly one and half years, Hikvision security solution has already provided a variety of benefits for India's Clara Swain Hospital (CSH). This hospital, located in the prosperous and vibrant city of Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh (a northern Indian state) which was suffering from “various troublemakers and individuals that really did not have any business being inside the hospital,” explained Deepanshu Girish Gupta, MD and Owner of Coral Infocom, the system integrator for this project.
 
Fortunately for the CSH, Mr. Gupta's customized solution has greatly changed this dynamic: “Now, the hospital is far more secure and a safer place for both patients and employees. Moreover, we have also seen a great improvement in employee work performance. This is directly due to the Hikvision units we have installed,” said Mr. Gupta.
 
Protecting and Improving
This aforementioned solution included Hikvision two products DS-2CC 575P-M 540 TVL low illumination ICR dome camera and the DS-8116HFI-S Standalone DVR.
 
About 50 individual units of the DS-2CC575P-M dome camera were placed throughout the hospital's administrative offices, corridors, security areas, ward lobbies, operating facilities, patient waiting rooms, outpatient facilities, as well as the ICU, main entrance and emergency doors – essentially everywhere except the patient rooms. Mr. Gupta explained, “Obviously, from a privacy standpoint, we do not want cameras inside actual patient rooms. But, these patients are still secure based on the fact that the corridor areas leading to these rooms are secure.”
 
Since all of the cameras are indoors, and as such, in a controlled-lighting environment, the dome proved to be the perfect model for this solution. In particular, its compact design is unobtrusive tools and doesn't make patients and employees feel disturbed. “As noted, we were able to remove individuals that should not be at the hospital, and this was vital. But, also of importance, we greatly improved employee production by allowing managers a tool to review and correct errors. This camera proved to be a non-threatening benefit in helping the hospital run more efficiently,” said Mr. Gupta.
 
Mr. Gupta also explained “We chose the standalone DVR primarily because of its quality and to give this customer the ability to remotely monitor cameras from their mobile phones. Due to this client's busy schedule, they are not generally in the office, ruling out the general PC-based viewing experience. Instead, we needed to allow 3 or 4 individuals to simultaneously see the cameras on their mobiles. Hikvision's ivms-4500 software and dual-stream technology facilitated this process.”
 
Furthermore, the up to 8 SATA HDD in each DS-8116HFI-S unit allows the recording space needed for a large hospital, as well as the “ability to future-proof this project,” added Mr. Gupta.
 
Additional features, such as up to 1024×768 VGA output resolution, dual-stream support, and up to 16-ch synchronous playback, combine to make the DVR that allows customers a wide variety of security options.

Mr. Gupta concluded “The key for us is that Hikvision products work. For our customers, the success we have already enjoyed is proof that our Hikvision solutions will work for them, as well.”

French prison locks it down with Hikvision day/night solution

French prison locks it down with Hikvision day/night solution

Editor / Provider: HiKvision | Updated: 10/19/2012 | Article type: Security 50

La prison de Lille-Annoeullin, a new prison in northern France, opened in July 2011, with one central control room and 13 secondary ones. According to surveillance solution designer and integrator Aris Technologies, the overall goal was to “convince the customer that a new, open solution based on Hikvision equipment provides both robustness and cost savings, without requiring any special technical knowledge,” said Samir Rekik, R&D Engineer.
 
Products chosen for this project included analog box cameras, analog vandal-proof dome cameras, stand-alone DVRs and video servers. Installation of the outdoor analog box camera and the indoor vandal-proof dome camera provided a noticeable change. Previously, inmates were able to utilize natural elements – such as changing lighting conditions or cover of the night – to engage in suspicious behavior. That is no longer the case. “The two models render security operators good nighttime contrast and sharpness as they would get in the day,” Rekik explained.
 
Both models each features a day/night auto switch, a 1/3” Sony CCD, auto white balance, auto gain control, electronic shutter control and BLC to achieve such nighttime performance. “Prisoners used to have a greater degree of autonomy once the sun went down, but now security personnel have the upper hand. Inmates quickly learned that they are no longer unobservable at night.”
 
Reliable System Uptime
Hikvision's 16-channel stand-alone DVR, single-channel video server, and single-channel video decoder provide an equally important element: system stability. “Since this is a prison, any issues of instability must be reduced to a bare minimum,” Rekik said. Interface response time is also kept under 300 milliseconds, as a great deal of information is being processed each second. “After we had tested a number of brands, we found there were no system crashes or memory lapses associated with Hikvision; our choice was obvious.” Hikvision DVRs are utilized to directly record camera footage before it passes through to the video servers and, ultimately, the network. Thus, recording is completely independent of network availability, ensuring built-in redundancy, data protection and system stability.
 
La prison de Lille-Annoeullin utilizes these Hikvision components over a ring multicast LAN and a distributed fiber-optic system that adds resiliency to the network. In particular, the video server supports TCP, UTP, RTP, multicast, DHCP, PPPoE and HTTP; while the video decoder supports up to four-screen circle decoding, with a configurable sequence group feature.
 
For the moment all the devices are connected thorough the ring LAN to allow for full-multicast video streams from any camera to any monitor inside the prison. With scalability preplanned, the system can be easily expanded by adding cameras, DVRs, video servers, decoders and monitors. Using these five Hikvision components and one software program VIRIX (virtual matrix) developed by Aris, this solution offers operational simplicity and low maintenance that ensure the required reliability in an application of this nature.

Bosch introduces 1080p HDR cameras

Bosch introduces 1080p HDR cameras

Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 10/3/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Bosch Security Systems is setting the standard for HD imaging with the launch of its two megapixel (2 MP) / 1080p high dynamic range (HDR) cameras. The DINION and FLEXIDOME HDR cameras deliver exceptional image quality in both bright and dark environments. Even in high-contrast scenes or when looking from dark locations into well-lit areas, the devices provide an exceptionally wide dynamic range to capture more detail in both highlights and shadows.

The cameras feature integrated HD-optimized Intelligent Video Analysis and adaptive video processing to automatically detect objects—such as license plates or faces—and adjust scene exposure to maximize details in these areas. To further enhance effectiveness, regions of interest can be defined, allowing the user to zoom into certain details of the full image. The close-up images are transmitted in a separate stream so that both overview and detail can be viewed at the same time–all in high resolution.

The intelligence embodied in the cameras also reduces bandwidth and storage requirements. The intelligent digital noise reduction feature optimizes bandwidth by dynamically tuning the degree of noise reduction based upon an analysis of important objects moving through the camera's field of view. When nothing important is happening, bandwidth is minimized. When an important object is detected, the bandwidth increases to eliminate motion blur and capture maximum details.

Edge recording is enabled with a Micro SDXC card cable of up to two terabytes of local storage, and the cameras come with free Bosch Video Client (BVC) software for up to 16 channels. BVC provides easy live viewing of multiple cameras, playback, forensic search and export.

Certified interoperability
The cameras conform to the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard which guarantees interoperability between network video products regardless of the manufacturer. ONVIF conformant devices are able to exchange live video, audio, metadata and control information. They are automatically discovered and connected to network applications such as video management systems.

Built-in durability and flexibility
The FLEXIDOME HDR ruggedized dome camera comes with a choice of pre-installed high quality telephoto, mid-range and ultra-wide-angle lenses. Each lens is specifically matched to the sensor to ensure full resolution even in the corners. The 1.8 to 3 mm optically-corrected ultra-wide-angle lens provides outstanding performance without the need for de-warping software, delivering more coverage without distortion.

The enhanced imaging system, diverse mounting and lens options, and the rugged environmental housing that withstands the equivalent of 120 lbs of force makes the FLEXIDOME HDR dome the right choice for challenging installations, such as railways, airports, transportation hubs, industrial areas and the exterior of commercial and government buildings.

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