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Dahua roadshow in Italy strengths local presence with Videotrend

Dahua roadshow in Italy strengths local presence with Videotrend

Editor / Provider: Dahua | Updated: 7/28/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Dahua Technology  held a road show in Milan, Italy, partnering with local distributor Videotrend S.r.l. in early July.

The event attracted more than a hundred installers attended, coming from or at the adjacency of Milan. At the event, Dahua and Videotrend jointly introduced to the audience the latest products, including complete HDCVI solution, eco-savvy network cameras and video door phone system. During the event attendees also had hand-on experiences.

Dahua's complete HDCVI portfolio, which includes cameras, Tri-brid DVRs, transmission devices, converters as well as matrix, had attracted high attention. Besides, Tri-brid DVR is compatible with three signals — analog, IP as well as HDCVI, allowing HDCVI to be integrated with more possibilities and solving interoperability issue to facilitate the technology adoption in the industry.

“We are very satisfied about results that we reach with our partner Dahua,” said Mr Pasquale Totaro, President of Videotrend. “It's a natural result for company that work with passion and right cooperation and this 100 people think the same with us.”

“Exactly,” said Elmer Zhang, Sales Director of Europe at Dahua Technology. “We appreciate this good partnership and will continue to go on the tour this summer in Italy, next stop is Naples, after that, we will try to reach more cities, to let more people know Dahua by talking to them by face to face meet-ups.”

LILIN IP camera range integrated with iDefender VMS from Selcom

LILIN IP camera range integrated with iDefender VMS from Selcom

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 7/14/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

One of the most significant LILIN CCTV systems has been deployed in the city of Pescara, Italy (Italian: Montesilvano). This set of LILIN video surveillance system was widely applied for city surveillance and traffic monitoring in Montesilvano. LILIN, a 33-year-old global surveillance camera manufacturer, is in a partnership with Selcom, one of the leading systems integrators in Italy who offers the best-in-class Video Management Software (VMS) – iDefender – providing a user-friendly and intuitive design that is able to manage cameras with optimal operating experience. iDefender VMS software delivers centralized video management which is capable of managing cameras located across multiple locations. ANPR License Plate Recognition technology can be integrated into iDefender as well.

The project
A total of 60 Pro series IPR-438ESX3.6 network cameras were installed based on strategic points. These electronic eyes are meant to safeguard the city center and are therefore positioned at the border areas in the city of Montesilvano, Città Sant'Angelo and Pescara to monitor city traffic.

Furthermore, another 18 cameras were installed in the waterfront touristic area to monitor nocturnal activities around the hotels, station and surrounding areas.

Installed products
* 60 pieces of Pro Series camera, IPR-438ESX3.6, were installed to deliver quadruple streaming at 15 frames per second;
* iDenfender VMS video management software;
* ANPR License Plate Recognition software, ID-PLATE;
* External storage system NAS.

How the system works
The iDefender VMS platform provides the recording of high-definition streams and the storage Smart car plates reading with a direct management of each individual camera device. The IPR-438ESX3.6 cameras offer a high-quality streaming output of 3 megapixels at 15 frames per second, which allows both a direct registration on camera board. With handy internal SD card in each camera, the server featuring centralized registration that can effectively perform analysis. The integration between iDefender VMS software and LILIN cameras enabled the end users to use license plate recognition and store a huge amount of data. The system will then be cross referencing the 2 lists of data (White List and Black List – these are the two lists provided by local municipality). LILIN Italy is proud to participate in this project to improve the safety of people for the city of Pescara in Italy.

 

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LILIN is a global IP video manufacturer with over 30 years of experience. Throughout the years, the company has maintained its dedication to Creativity, Progress, and Excellence providing expertise in digital video with a strong focus on innovation moving forward.

Samsung Techwin unveils 2MP Full HD 32 x PTZ speed dome

Samsung Techwin unveils 2MP Full HD 32 x PTZ speed dome

Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 7/9/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Samsung Techwin has further strengthened its formidable family of open platform WiseNetIII cameras and domes with the launch of the SNP-6320, the 2MP Full HD 32 x optical zoom PTZ speed dome.

In addition to its powerful 32 x optical zoom, the ONVIF compliant SNP-6320 is also equipped with a 16 x digital zoom making it an ideal IP network based video surveillance solution for airports, ports, car parks, industrial estates and retail parks, as well as a wide range of other environments where high performance PTZ functionality is required.

“The SNP-6320, together with the vandal-resistant and weatherproof SNP-6320H, which incorporates a heater that is powered by PoE+ to allow it to operate in extreme weather conditions, represent a significant addition to our extensive range of open platform WiseNetIII 1.3, 2 and 3 megapixel IP network cameras and fixed domes,” said Tim Biddulph, Product Manager for the Security Solution division of Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “Collectively they are enabling Samsung Techwin to change the way you work with IP. One of the key reasons for this is the open platform capabilities of the WiseNetIII DSP chipset which provides users with complete freedom to choose their perfect combination of video analytics and video management software (VMS) to best match their individual requirements.”

The enhanced Wide Dynamic Range built into the WiseNetIII DSP chipset, with performance greater than 120dB, can accurately produce images in scenes that simultaneously contain very bright and very dark areas. The SNP-6320 and SNP-6320H's other key features include Defog which can improve the clarity of images captured in poor weather conditions such as rain, smoke or fog and Digital Image Stabilization, which negates the effects of vibration. Both are specifically important in the perimeter protection environments such as ports and airports. The models also feature bi-directional audio that allows them to be interfaced with local PA systems. All of these features have been designed to save installation time and cost.

The SNP-6320H and SNP-6320 can capture high quality colour images when the lighting level is as low as 0.03 Lux and have an ultra fast frame rate of 60fps at 1080p allowing the domes to send multiple streams at multiple frame rates and resolutions, depending on the receiving device, e.g. recorder, viewing software or mobile app. This can be particularly beneficial at sites where different stakeholders are involved. Samsung's WiseNetIII utilisation of bandwidth friendly H.264 compression improves the network control latency of the domes, making the manually tracking of objects simple and straightforward.

A built-in SD/SDHC/SDXC memory slot provides the opportunity for authorised users to remotely access and download video that has been recorded onto a memory card.

The new models are also equipped with Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) which can assist in the detection of activity by various means, such as face detection, tripwire and enter/exit direction, object appear/disappear and ‘tampering', which creates an alert if paint is sprayed on a camera lens or there is unauthorised movement of a camera away from its usual field of view.

As is the case with all Samsung Techwin video surveillance solutions, the SNP-6320H and SNP-6320 are offered with full support services from Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd, including free system design, free technical support and a full three-year warranty.

The future of video surveillance is in the cloud

The future of video surveillance is in the cloud

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by ioteo | Updated: 7/9/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

The global market for cloud-based video surveillance, also known as Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), will continue to grow in the coming years due to an increasing demand for simple and affordable solutions that provide exceptional safety and security features.

Large companies are already making big bets on this burgeoning market through acquisitions and other initiatives. Recent acquisitions show that the market is indeed moving toward fee-based premium services and products, while mediocre “free” solutions that offer minimal value propositions to end users are becoming increasingly unviable from both a business model perspective and a customer retention perspective.

“The IP video surveillance market has to evolve its business model to better adapt to changing market dynamics. Remember Kodak? Your children won't. It dismissed digital photography as a passing fad, and its arrogance prevented it from seeing a world where photographic films was becoming increasingly irrelevant; as a result, the company itself became irrelevant,” said Luc Deleu, President of ioteo. “Hardware prices are dropping with each passing day, and camera manufacturers need to devise new strategies to ship more units and build recurring revenue. In mature markets like the EU and U.S.A., consumers welcome new technologies that can improve their lives and are willing to pay for superior service—this represents a huge opportunity for camera manufacturers.”

“We offer an innovative cloud-based video surveillance solution that can help camera manufacturers capitalize on their strengths and take advantage of this opportunity. Our firmware empowers an IP camera with more efficient bandwith optimization, enhanced security and more reliable motion detection, not to mention 30 days of continuous recording stored in a highly secured environment,” added Henry Ho, VP Asia of ioteo. “It is easy to install and even simpler to use. In fact, installation is so simple that even analog surveillance installers love it! The much lower acquisition cost also means more sales to end-users.”

ioteo is a leading provider of IoT solutions in Europe. Beginning 2014, ioteo will further strengthen its relationship with camera manufacturers around the world. A new office in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan, will support the company's expansion strategies; the company also has plans to upgrade its infrastructure in major European markets to support a larger user base—up to 150,000 cameras. Furthermore, the company is constantly establishing stable distribution channels to drive business growth and has recently rolled out a multilingual web portal and call center to more effectively support professional installers.

Looking for new hardware and channel partners
Is there real business value in cloud-based video surveillance services? In short, yes. Many manufacturers have already integrated ioteo's firmware into their cameras to support the use of ioteoCloud. With ioteo's solution and an optional ioteoCloud subscription, IP cameras can incorporate cloud-based features and services that replace expensive video surveillance systems and all the troubles that come with them, such as the use of NVRs and complicated installation processes.

“We are continuously looking for new hardware and channel partners,” Luc said. “Our technologies provide our partners with access to cloud-based services free of charge, while revenue sharing opportunities create a win-win situation where everyone can benefit from this transitioning market.”

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ioteo was founded by Luc DELEU, Hans BOOT et Jean-Luc LENART; with a vast experience in online services they are the people behind success stories at Atos and MagicPhone / Tellme.

LILIN security solution deployment empowers SMBs do more with less

LILIN security solution deployment empowers SMBs do more with less

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 6/23/2014 | Article type: Tech Corner

In today's economy, small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and their IT organizations need to “do more with less.” The migration from traditional analogue to IP is underway in the SMB sector. We see the migration to IP growing relatively fast in the past 2 years since IP systems provide better resolution, pictures, and overall delivery of the features of video products.

LILIN provides great ways to cut cost and complexity for SMBs. SMBs have considerably smaller budgets in terms of security needs compared to their larger enterprise counterparts. Typically, the sales cycle of SMBs is much shorter than those of large enterprises, as there is less inter-departmental decision making needed. In general, it will take less than 3 months from point of enquiry through quotation, site survey, and, lastly, to when the installation is complete.

In regards to product requirements, SMB sectors typically deploy up to sixteen cameras with storage needs of up to one month depending upon individual business nature. LILIN's compact L series, Pro series, and Auto Focus Z series IP based cameras were designed to target retailers as well as SMB users. In order to accommodate a range of storage requirements, it is very significant for video solutions to have future-proof scalable storage options.

Simplicity in installation is also essential requirements for the SMB sector. LILIN developed its SMB solution based upon a plug-n-play approach to simplify installation and operation. The plug-n-play approach enables installers with only basic IT expertise to easily deploy an IP video solution.

LILIN NVRs are able to record at 1080P and footage stored on the NVR can be remotely playback on handheld devices including iOS and Android platforms. Standalone NVR Touch series comes with plug-n-play usability, which auto detects LILIN network cameras through IPScan utility with built in WS discovery technology is especially beneficial for SMB users who are not necessarily tech-savvy.

 

Sponsored by: 
LILIN is a global IP video manufacturer with over 30 years of experience. Throughout the years, the company has maintained its dedication to Creativity, Progress, and Excellence providing expertise in digital video with a strong focus on innovation moving forward.

Quadra: A technology hallmark for analog cameras by CP Plus

Quadra: A technology hallmark for analog cameras by CP Plus

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by Aditya Infotech | Updated: 6/23/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

Analog video is a universal standard and has been in the industry for several decades. However, systems integrators (SIs) often face several challenges with analog cameras such as power fluctuations, burnt cameras, poor resolution, poor clarity, overheating, and much more. These hindrances can compromise the quality in analog solutions and become a problem for SIs later on. The R&D team at CP Plus TeknoLogix Lab carried out in-depth research and analysis on the limitations which are affecting the overall growth of the analog surveillance market. Considering the barriers, the CP Plus TeknoLogix Lab developed Quadra, a technology committed to advance the performance of analog cameras. Features such as bright view image, heatless design, and anti-IR reflection front glass are built into all CP Plus analog cameras to deliver quality performance in any environment and under any lighting condition.

Quadra Features: Extra Wide Voltage Range
Each camera offers a functional voltage range, for example, from 6 to 24 volts. The shorter cable length installations allow the lowest voltage draw. This wide voltage range ensures the cameras stay active through power fluctuations that may shut other cameras with different voltage range down. The other advantage offered is the ability of the camera to work safely with a faulty input power supply with variable voltages.

Powerful Surge Protection
The surge protection feature defines the ability of an electronic device to safely work under electrical surges that are prevalent in cases of short circuits and lightning.

BrightView Image
The BrightView feature enables cameras to produce crisp and clear images even in extreme lighting conditions — both dark and bright.

Heatless Design
Cameras with the heatless design feature have a high dissipation mechanism that allows users to be worry free of cameras overheating in a wide temperature range. The surface of the camera is build with a material that behaves like a conductor and starts radiating the heat. The camera material effectively conceals its temperature.

Anti-IR Reflect Front Glass
This feature improves light transmission by 90 percent. The anti-IR coating reduces brightness and sharpness to achieve improvement in the image quality. A thin layer of dielectric material causes the out-of-phase reflected waves from the anti-reflection coating and glass surface to result in zero net reflected energy.

Suprema products certified by Bureau of Indian Standards

Suprema products certified by Bureau of Indian Standards

Editor / Provider: Suprema | Updated: 6/18/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Suprema, a global provider of technology in biometrics, security and ID Solutions, announced its biometric scanner products are certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards. Suprema receives the certification in the biometric access control and time attendance segment in association with its local partner in India, A-ID Systems.

Under the Electronics and Information Technology Goods Order issued by the Indian Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DEIT), 15 electronic and information & technology products are required to comply with the applicable Indian safety standards and mandatory registration before they are imported to, distributed, or sold in India.

The certification extends from Suprema's corporate brand and its products for biometric scanners for access control and time & attendance, which include FaceStation, a next generation intelligent face recognition terminal as well as various fingerprint terminals such as BioLite Net, BioEntry W, BioEntry Plus and BioStation.

According to a market research, the access control portion of the Indian electronic security system industry is around 24%, with a market size reaching $120 million and a projection of 25% CAGR, the second-largest following the CCTV industry.

TOP10 most popular security products for May 2014

TOP10 most popular security products for May 2014

Editor / Provider: Michelle Chu | Updated: 6/17/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

asmag.com here to present the TOP 10 product with the most click-through rate in May 2014.

Let's have a quick look: The TOP 10 seats for May 2014 were taken by Axis, CEM, Dynacolor, Hikvision, Optex, StarVedia, Synectics, and VIVOTEK. Six out of ten awards go to IP surveillance cameras, and half of them are panoramic cameras; nine out of ten products are from the companies of Security 50, while StarVedia is the only non-Security 50 provider.

Speaking of which, two of Hikvision's winners for the last four months have made it to this list once again. Hooray! Meanwhile, VIVOTEK's panoramic camera has its comeback after three months. Other than that, the rest of the seven products on the list for May 2014 are all new comers.

1. Hikvision DS-2CD2412F-I(W) 1.3MP IR Cube Network Camera


HOORAY! The fifth crowned-month in a row since its first honor in December 2013! Hikvision DS-2CD2412F-I (W) 1.3MP IR Cube Network Camera takes the first place of TOP 10 for May, gaining 595 clicks in total, with slight increase from 529-click in April. As always, more than half viewers came from America, whereas Asian and European take up the other half. This cube camera comes with passive infrared sensor (PIS) and is capable of detecting objects within a range of 10 meters; meanwhile, this IR Cube camera is able to sustain a weather of -30 °C ~ 60 °C (-22 °F ~ 140 °F).

2. Synectics 5MP 360-degree Camera


The second place goes to a new face, Synectics 5MP 360-degree camera, receiving massive supports from Asia and America – 41% and 39% respectively – among the total amount of 346 clicks. The is the first out of three panoramic cameras in the TOP 10 last month, as panoramic fisheye camera has become a hot topic recently. This megapixel panoramic camera embedded with progressive CMOS sensor, coming with quad viewer, motion detection, ePTZ, and IR Cut filter removal.

3. CEM Emerald


Coming to the third place, another new comer, CEM Emerald smart card reader is following closely behind with 327 click-through rate from viewers worldwide. Interestingly, this product has gained quite even attention from Asia, America, and Europe (23%, 36%, 38%), unlike most of the products are specifically favored by one of the area. CEM Emerald is designed with 4.3” LCD tough screen, integrated with voice over IP (VoIP) intercom.

4. StarVedia IC711w Wireless Camera


The fourth place here is also taken by a new comer, StarVedia IC711w wireless camera, which had its recent appearance in a&s SMAhome (http://www.asmag.com/showpost/17116.aspx). The IC711 series, a new lineup featuring a smaller size and more functions, gained 302 click-through rates in total – 38% and 39% are taken up by viewers in Asia and America respectively. IC711 is set up as an application-driven design. Instead of using a module, the Wi-Fi chip and antenna are embedded on the camera board making this device more compact as the performance is maximized.

5. Hikvision DS-2CD2432F-I(W) 3MP IR Cube Network Camera


Sitting at the fifth place, Hikvision DS-2CD2432F-I(W) 3MP IR Cube Network Camera has made it into this list for the sixth times in a row. Since its first appearance in TOP 10 list in December 2013, this IR Cube camera has been one of the hot products on the TOP10 throughout the last six months with a steady click-through rate. This 3MP Cube Cam has received a total of 300-click coming dominantly from America with 64%, 20% from Europe, and 15% from Asia.

6. Axis M3027-PVE 5MP Panoramic Fixed Mini-Dome


Chasing right behind at the sixth place is Axis M3027-PVE panoramic fixes mini-dome, taking 290 clicks among the global viewers – almost half of it is contributed by American area, whereas Asian viewers take up a prominent 37%. Axis M3027 is the second panoramic camera awarded on the Top 10 for May, featuring 360/180-degree view, 5-megapixel resolution, and vandal resistance. This camera is deal for people-tracking management especially in public areas.

7. VIVOTEK FE8174V 5MP 360-degree Fisheye Fixed Dome


Let's welcome VIVOTEK FE8174V's comeback in May 2013. It was first included in the TOP 10 earlier this year with an obvious preference from Europe. As panoramic cameras have become a topic lately, this 5MP 360-degree fisheye fixed dome camera successfully drew the attention of American and Asian viewers, with 49% and 37% respectively, in a total of 287-click.

8. Hikvision TV2810D-MPIR Vari-Focal IR Lens


The eighth place, following right after with a total of 268 clicks, is taken by another new face, Hikvision TV2810D-MPIR Vari-Focal IR Lens, drawing most attention from America viewers with 44%; Asian 31%; and 22% from European. This 3-megapixel vari-focal IR lens, featuring focal length of 2.8-10mm, is capable of delivering high-performance day-and-night view and satisfies the challenges from low-light conditions.

9. Dynacolor DynaGuard I Series Embedded Linux System NVR


The ninth place is also taken by a newcomer, Dynacolor DynaGuard I Series, with 267-click in total, only a tiny step behind the previous award. Interestingly, this latecomer received a major support from European countries with a percentage of 47, unlike others that came from America or Asia. DynaGuard I Series NVR is a 6-ch Linux-embedded NVR; it is an idea storage allowing system integrators to reduce expenditure on network bandwidth and equipment. Meanwhile, users are able to monitor remotely by using specific mobile device APP on the smart phones.

10. Optex SL-650QN Quad Beams Active Infrared (AIR) sensor


Last but not least the tenth goes to Optex SL-650QN Quad Beams Active Infrared Sensor, the seventh new face in the TOP10 this month. As it may be the last on this list, the Optex sensor is still eye-catching among all the others, receiving a noticeable 148-click from American area with the total clicks of 260. Optex SL-650QN features Quad beam with aspherical lenses; the new telescope lens has a high level of visibility for optical alignment work. The detection range goes from 60m/100m/200m.

* Please note that the above statistics are not based on the sum of clicks but the accumulation of IP addresses.

For last month's TOP10 products, click here.

Morpho: Better ID solutions through facial recognition technologies

Morpho: Better ID solutions through facial recognition technologies

Editor / Provider: Morpho(Safran) | Updated: 6/17/2014 | Article type: Security 50

The idea behind facial recognition is to identify a person or authenticate their identity based on the morphological traits of their face. Morpho , as one of the pioneers in this technology, has rendered advanced ID verification through facial recognition technologies.

Multiple security applications
Facial recognition is an increasingly powerful technology that is expanding its reach across a broad spectrum of security applications, starting with police forces and customs services, where it is used to check identities and search for known criminals. It is also used by armed forces and homeland security units to identify terrorists. But facial recognition is also rapidly extending its scope to more commercial arenas. For example, casinos use this technology to detect both known cheaters and addicted gamblers who have signed up for a self-exclusion program – not to mention VIP clients who expect special treatment. In stadiums, the system can recognize pre-identified violent fans before they take their seats, while department stores are automatically notified of arriving customers who have already been arrested for shoplifting. The other main applications for facial recognition systems include access control at high-value sites, ID checks for travelers and border control.

Facial recognition: a two-faced conundrum
The effectiveness of facial recognition technology depends on several key factors, starting with image quality, which in turn largely depends on how the facial biometrics are captured. According to Claude Bauzou, “We have to distinguish between cooperative and non-cooperative subjects. Cooperative subjects voluntarily allow us to capture their facial image and they follow instructions, like looking directly at the lens, not smiling, etc. Then there's non-cooperative capture for ID purposes, via surveillance cameras, photos or videos of events taken by witnesses using their smartphones, etc.”

Algorithms for identification
The second key performance factor for this biometric technology is the power of the algorithms that are used to determine similarities between facial photos, or matching. For the identification of non-cooperative subjects, matching also involves human input: the system operator has a list of “candidates”, sorted by ranked “similarity scores”. The operator thus makes a preliminary selection by looking at the person's profile (home address, criminal record, etc.), then makes a decision based on a visual comparison of the face photos.

Reliable databases
Facial recognition accuracy also depends on the size and quality of the databases used. To recognize a face, it is necessary to be able to compare it to something! The challenge is to establish matching points between the new image and the source image, in other words, photos of known persons. “The largest image databases in the United States – which only public authorities can access – are those that list holders of driver licenses, passports and other ID documents, not to mention photos of suspects taken during arrests,” explains Jim Albers. When police investigators are looking for a suspect, they may also check out photos on Facebook or other social networks, to compare biometric characteristics. There are also private databases, such as those developed by casinos.

A promising outlook
Still a relatively new technology, facial recognition has considerable headroom for improvement. For instance, these systems could add 3D sensors, recognition of moving faces, processing of images captured from above or the side, development of models to integrate aging, and much more. Another area of improvement is the addition of new functions. “In the coming years, systems based on facial recognition will combine official and commercial procedures”, says Jim Albers. “For instance, tomorrow's airport checkpoints such as MorphoPASS will not only check the traveler's identity and passport validity, but also their ticket, all in a single passage! Morpho's other proven technologies could be integrated in these checkpoints as well, especially our luggage scanning systems to detect explosives or narcotics.”

VIVOTEK 'Smart, Simple and Superior Surveillance Solutions' at IFSEC 2014

VIVOTEK 'Smart, Simple and Superior Surveillance Solutions' at IFSEC 2014

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 6/16/2014 | Article type: Security 50

VIVOTEK is pleased to announce its participation in the 2014 IFSEC International, which shall take place from the 17th to the 19th of June at the ExCeL London. VIVOTEK will display its latest intelligent technologies and next-generation products at Booth C1100 located within the venue, bringing visitors all-new experiences with VIVOTEK's self-developed smart, simple, and superior surveillance solutions.

VIVOTEK's Executive Vice President, Steve Ma, asserted, “Social and economic development have led developed and developing countries to place focal attention on the building of smart cities. However, enhancing efficiency and improving quality of life are key prerequisites for realizing a smart city. VIVOTEK demonstrates a high level of commitment to accelerate the prevalence of smart cities, putting tremendous resources into relevant research and development to consequently produce smart, simple, and superior surveillance solutions that facilitate the construction of smart living environments.”

VIVOTEK aims to promote the development of smart cities through the installation of smart, simple, and superior surveillance solutions, and thus highlights its intelligent applications, small form-factor and easy-to-use solutions, and renowned lighting technology at the 2014 IFSEC International.

- Smart (Intelligent Application):
To expand the camera scalability and create more benefits for customers, VIVOTEK introduces the VIVOTEK Application Development Platform (VADP); an open platform for integrating video analytic functionality within its cameras. Several intelligent features, such as object counting, line detection, field detection, face detection, and heat map, among others, can be directly installed in VIVOTEK cameras, significantly contributing to security and business efficiency. The FE8181V, VIVOTEK's newly developed 5-Megapixel IR fisheye fixed dome network camera is equipped with VADP, and will be employed at the IFSEC to demonstrate heat map applications.

- Simple (User-Friendly Solutions):
To achieve the goal of improving the security, efficiency, and productivity of retail staff and ensuring a safer shopping environment for customers, VIVOTEK has developed a user friendly “Convenient Retail Solution.” This solution comprises the ND8321, a plug-and-play network video recorder, elegantly designed ultra-mini bullet network cameras, and ultra-mini dome network cameras. This comprehensive solution not only improves the operational flow of retail stores, but also ensures the quality of customers' shopping experiences. Moreover, VIVOTEK developed a compact, easy-to-use Split Camera System for ATM applications. This system comprises recessed camera units and a video core that minimize inconveniences to ATM users, but simultaneously capturing their features clearly.

- Superior (Renowned Lighting Technologies):
Low-light object identification functionalities have become a fundamental criteria in the market because of increasing demand for the effective security and intelligent utilization of video footage. To offer unparalleled visibility under low light conditions, VIVOTEK has designed cameras with SNV (Supreme Night Visibility) technology and 3 types of WDR solutions in the development of its products, namely, WDR Enhanced, WDR Pro (100-120dB), and WDR Pro II (140dB). VIVOTEK's latest professional outdoor bullet network camera, the IP8355EH, is equipped with low-light technology and WDR Pro II. This model will be on display at the IFSEC.

In addition, VIVOTEK has newly developed a 5-Megapixel IR fisheye fixed dome network camera, the FE8181V. This model is furnished with a removable IR-cut filter to provision for both daytime and nighttime operations, and equipped with a 10 meters built-in IR illuminator that delivers uniform lighting for 360° surround view at night.

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