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Tyco security products answers small business surveillance needs with affordable IP video solutions

Tyco security products answers small business surveillance needs with affordable IP video solutions

Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 6/25/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world's largest pure-play fire protection and security company, announces a new line of IP cameras and NVRs that meets the budget of small to medium sized businesses, while satisfying their need for high-quality video surveillance.

A new Essentials line has been added to the company's robust Illustra IP camera portfolio featuring Essentials bullet and mini-dome cameras with IR and indoor mini-dome cameras. Available in 1 and 2 megapixel models, all three cameras offer H.264 and MJPEG dual-stream encoding, a 3.6mm fixed lens, and a maximum 30 images per second at 1080p or 720p for crisp, clear images.

The Essentials Outdoor Mini-Dome and Bullet cameras are equipped with IR illuminators, true day/night and wide dynamic range to capture quality video in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings. With wide dynamic range capabilities, the Essentials Indoor Mini-Dome also captures video in changing lighting conditions, making it ideal for a range of indoor applications.

The second part of the low-cost IP surveillance equation, Tyco Security Products' new brand of Holis NVRs feature 1080p resolution and video search and export functions. Four- and 8-channel models provide a dependable recording solution for applications such as independent retailers, small offices, and restaurants. Equipped with 4 and 8 POE ports respectively, the Holis NVRs are designed to support small camera count installations in an economical and efficient manner. The Holis NVR start-up wizard is designed to provide quick and efficient network turn-ups.

“There's a growing segment within the commercial community ranging from convenience stores to medical offices, that want to embrace security for their facility, but they need products that are inherently trustworthy, easy to operate and budget friendly,” said Steve Carney, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Video and Integration Platforms, Tyco Security Products. “With the affordable addition to the Illustra IP camera portfolio and new Holis NVRs, we've struck the right balance between high-quality features and a truly affordable price.”

The new FLEXIDOME IP 4000/5000 cameras make professional video surveillance easy for everyone

The new FLEXIDOME IP 4000/5000 cameras make professional video surveillance easy for everyone

Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 6/17/2015 | Article type: Security 50

With the launch of its next generation FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras, Bosch updates its comprehensive portfolio of IP cameras to make it easy for small and medium-sized organizations to set up professional video surveillance solutions.

The new FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras offer an excellent price-performance ratio and again raise the bar and set new standards in image quality, ease of installation and data management.

All FLEXIDOME IP cameras are ideal for everyday video surveillance situations, including schools, hospitality sites, retail shops, commercial buildings and more.

Ensuring highest image quality and lowest network strain
The new FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 families offer a comprehensive range of dome cameras, ranging from the FLEXIDOME IP indoor 4000 HD model offering 720p resolution right up to the FLEXIDOME IP outdoor 5000 IR model. This model offers five megapixel resolution, Automatic Varifocal (AVF) and integrated infrared illumination.

High resolutions make it easy to distinguish individuals or minute details, significantly increasing the effectiveness of live video and retrospective analysis. All FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras feature built-in technologies such as Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction (IDNR) and Intelligent Defog. These technologies ensure captured images are tailored to the content of the scene and bandwidth is used only when needed. IDNR reduces bitrates by up to 50 percent to significantly reduce storage costs and network strain. Since excess noise is reduced at the source during image capture, lower bitrates do not compromise video quality. Intelligent Defog considerably improves the camera's visibility when viewing foggy or other low contrast scenes.

Ease of installation
The new FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras are designed for extremely easy installation and configuration. All cameras, for example, offer the same Graphical User Interface (GUI) substantially simplifying set-up and configuration of the cameras. The FLEXIDOME IP 5000 models feature Automatic Varifocal (AVF) ensuring simple remote commissioning. A complete redesign of this range of cameras makes complicated cabling a thing of the past and can reduce installation time by up to 60 percent.

Safe data storage and data management
All FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 models offer multiple solutions for easy back-up and safe storage of relevant video data. Video data can be safely stored in the cloud, on a network video recorder such as the DIVAR IP 2000 from Bosch or on the built-in SD card (depending on camera model). When required, users can easily access their video data and control their cameras using one of the free viewing clients, such as the Video Security app for iOS or Android devices or the Video Security Client software. This software enables to view multiple sites or camera streams simultaneously and supports all devices running Windows 8, for example desktops, 2-in-1 laptops and mobile devices. The Video Security Client software offers intuitive control via touch screen or mouse and keyboard operation to ensure maximum user friendliness.

24/7 access and control from anywhere
Since users or security managers cannot be everywhere all the time, all FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras fully support Dynamic Transcoding technology from Bosch. In combination with the Bosch Video Security app or Video Security Client software it provides 24/7 remote access to camera controls, live video streams, recordings and HD still images, regardless of available bandwidth. Dynamic Transcoding automatically adjusts the bitrate to the available bandwidth on a network to ensure smooth video streaming, when the video is paused at an incident, a full HD still image is shown. To gain all benefits of Dynamic Transcoding, simply expand the IP video surveillance system with either a DIVAR IP recording solution or VIDEOJET XTC from Bosch.

All FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras integrate seamlessly with software and recording solutions from Bosch and many other leading vendors. This is backed by ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) conformance and the Integration Partner Program (IPP). This program gives developers immediate access to software development tools so they can easily integrate Bosch products with third-party systems. Further details of the Bosch Integration Partner Program are available at ipp.boschsecurity.com.

The FLEXIDOME IP 4000 and FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras are available worldwide from July 2015 onwards.

Grundig protects the National Archives of the United Arab Emirates

Grundig protects the National Archives of the United Arab Emirates

Editor / Provider: Grundig Security | Updated: 6/16/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

The National Archives of the United Arab Emirates was established in 1968, at the request of the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyan. The National Archives is a collection of valuable, historical material of public and scientific relevance, housed in a purpose-built site in Abu Dhabi, UAE. It is imperative that a building and archive of such national and regional significance is well-protected. Many of the items stored are irreplaceable, including maps, photographs, documents and books.

Telectron, a well-respected and experienced security integrator, with offices in both Abu Dhabi and Dubai, was chosen to design and install a new, networked security and CCTV system to protect the building, its contents and staff. Telectron, established in 1974, just three years after the UAE itself was formed, has a long-standing reputation in UAE security.

The brief was to install an intelligent CCTV security system that provided alarm notifications of significant events, from a change in scene to active intrusion; provided 24/7 visual surveillance; and recorded and stored all video data. The system also had to be viewed from a number of remote locations, as well as be monitored centrally from a dedicated facility.

Telectron installed 140 Grundig IP cameras; 95x GCI-K1523D, 2 megapixel (2MP) indoor dome cameras positioned within the building; 20x GCI-K1585V, 2MP, vandal-resistant, external dome cameras around the building exterior and site perimeter; a 5x GCI-K1812W cameras in the elevator and an additional 20x 3MP, GCI-F0505B box cameras for high resolution images and recording. The cameras were positioned around the entire site, including the museum areas, entrances, public areas and server room. All the cameras offer exceptional image quality and reliability. A Milestone Corporate Level VMS system, using CISCO network switches, managed and controlled the system.

Mr Mazen Minawi of Telectron commented, “We have used Grundig cameras in a number of applications and have always been impressed by their exceptional image quality and reliability. In a high–end application like this one, it is essential that no cameras fail, compromising site security and putting priceless, irreplaceable artefacts at risk.”

Grundig offers a full support service to customers in the Middle East region, headed up by Yalcin Demirak. Services include project and sales support, technical certification for Grundig Security installers and post-sales support.

The National Archives are so important to the UAE, that their existence and practices became law in 2008. UAE president, HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, officially designated the centre the ‘National Archives of the UAE' under the name ‘National Centre for Documentation and Research' (NCDR). The name was changed in 2014 to National Archives.

The National Archive is responsible for collecting, preserving, researching and documenting the history and heritage of the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf region in general. It also has an educational role, promoting cultural and historical awareness. In the light of current events in the region, its importance is hugely significant and its effective protection is mission-critical.

The state-of-the-art building includes a museum-style exhibition that can be viewed by the public; a 600 seat auditorium for lectures and educational purposes; a 3-D Reality Hall; and vast archive storage areas. Many of the items in the collections are rescued, then restored and preserved in highly controlled environments and atmospheres to ensure they remain intact.

The new security system is a success. Mr Fadi El Khoury, Head of Technical Support at the National Archives commented, ”We monitor all key areas of the site from our central control room. The facility has eight work stations with dual monitors for tracking anything of concern in real time. The VMS is installed onto three management servers, plus a failover server for additional backup. We also have a remote viewing facility for the Vice President and General Manager, if required. The National Archive is exceptionally well-protected and any incident or potential risk can be addressed appropriately and immediately.”

Grundig is proud to be protecting the National Archives of the United Arab Emirates, a site of such historical and global significance.

QNAP VS-8148U-RP Pro+ featuring enterprise-grade monitoring performance

QNAP VS-8148U-RP Pro+ featuring enterprise-grade monitoring performance

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by QNAP | Updated: 6/15/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

The QNAP VS-8148U-RP Pro+ VioStor NVR (Network Video Recorder) is the high-end 2U chassis network surveillance server which supports high quality real-time video/audio monitoring, megapixel recording (up to 10-megapixel), and playback of multiple IP cameras. The VioStor VS-8148U-RP Pro+ can simultaneously handle inputs from up to 48 megapixel cameras. Featuring a powerful dual-core Intel Core i3 processor and 4 GB of DDR3 memory, this enterprise-grade NVR delivers high performance with throughput of 400 Mbps for recording and smooth playback of multiple megapixel cameras. Moreover, the HDMI output and hardware decoder of VS-8148U-RP Pro+ provide the ability to deliver up to 300fps Full HD local display.

In addition, when installing with the currently largest 4TB hard drives in the market, the VioStor VS-8148U-RP Pro+ supports up to 32 TB storage capacity, which makes it proficient for continuous recording of high-resolution video.

The Linux-based VioStor VS-8148U-RP Pro+ enables quick and easy deployment of multiple NVRs. It is designed with the user in mind, offering simple and intuitive setup in six steps. Coupled with powerful performance and stability, this solution is tailor-made for enterprise surveillance needs.

Win a FLIR T43 thermal mini bullet

Win a FLIR T43 thermal mini bullet

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by FLIR | Updated: 6/10/2015 | Article type: Security 50

FLIR TCX Mini Bullet Combines Detection and Verification in One Device
The FLIR TCX is the first class of cameras to combine 24/7 high-contrast thermal video and high-performance built-in video motion detection (VMD) with a level of affordability that the industry has never seen. FLIR TCX is powered by the company's revolutionary Lepton camera core and outperforms visible-light security cameras by providing the advantage of seeing clearly in complete darkness without any illumination, in bright sunlight, through smoke, dust, or even light fog.

More reliable than visible cameras, high-contrast thermal imaging results in a dramatic reduction in false alarms
* Not affected by changes in lighting, low-contrast scenes or inclement weather
* No illumination is required
* Outperforms comparably priced visual cameras at night and in challenging lighting conditions

The TCX Mini Bullet provides affordable intrusion detection and accurate video alarm verification in one device.
* Detection with built-in VMD or third-party analytics
* Detection Range: 50⁰ ~ 20m, 25⁰ ~ 40m
* Clear video 24/7 for video alarm verification

Visit us at IFSEC 2015 and Win a FLIR T43 Thermal Mini Bullet
Dropping by the FLIR booth at IFSEC really pays off this year. Not only will you get to know all the new products we have to offer, you might also win one! All you have to do is leave your business card at booth #E730 for your chance to win a FLIR T43 thermal mini bullet. We're having a drawing every day at IFSEC, so make sure you're present at the booth around 3:00 pm to see if you are the lucky one.

FLIR FX: Versatile Wi-Fi Video Monitoring
FLIR FX is a compact, versatile Wi-Fi-enabled HD camera that integrates unique cloud-based analytics and flexible application-specific mounts. With FLIR FX, you can stream live HD video to your smartphone or tablet with or without an Internet connection, record video to a removable Micro-SD card, review events that are recorded utilizing motion detection algorithms, communicate with two-way audio, and quickly review hours of video with FLIR's Cloud-based RapidRecap capability.

What you get with the FLIR FX:
* RapidRecap: See the day in a minute. Review events from hours of cloud recorded video simultaneously.
* SmartZone Alerts: Recordings and alerts happen only in your specified area with motion sensing technology.
* Live Streaming Video: Watch footage live on your mobile device – anytime, anywhere.
* Direct Wi-Fi Connection: Stay connected to what matters most with Wi-Fi.
* Storage: Keep footage stored in the cloud for up to 30 days.
* Free 30 Day Trial: try before you subscribe with a free trial of FLIR Cloud Plus

FLIR MPX Makes Upgrading to HD Easy without the Expense of Re-cabling.
FLIR MPX is a revolutionary video surveillance format powered by HD-CVI technology. MPX delivers megapixel picture quality over coax, meaning you can upgrade your existing analog systems to HD resolution (1MP & 2.1MP) over a single coax cable (existing RG59 & RG6 compatible).

Ideal for retrofit, MPX makes upgrading to HD easier than ever without the expense of re-cabling. MPX facilitates powerful functionality previously unattainable over coax with duplex communication, enabling full UTC PTZ control and audio transmission without running additional cabling.

MPX is an over-coaxial-cable analog HD video transmission standard utilizing bidirectional full duplex communication. A single run of coaxial cable is used to reliably transmit HD images, audio, and data, which enables high-performance functionality such as intercom, UTC PTZ and OSD menu control with a single cable run.

H.265 — The hat of a magician

H.265 — The hat of a magician

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by Dahua Technology | Updated: 6/8/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Driven by ever growing demand for high definition and the development of image processing, 4k is definitely a buzz word on the market, playing an increasingly vital role in video surveillance, especially in applications such as safe city, parking lot, harbor, plaza and elsewhere large scaled and has strong demand on detail capturing, which, at the same time, pressuring on decoding and storage. Luckily, we see a future there with the introduction and development of H.265, which brings extensive possibilities and optimism to the industry by addressing problems such as shortage of bandwidth, improving transmission efficiency and delivering other benefits.

Benefits of H.265
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265, is a proposed video compression standard, a successor to H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Advanced Video Coding), currently under joint development by the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) and ITU-T Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG).

Compared to the current mainstream AVC standard H.264, H.265 is said to be capable of further reducing by 50% the data rate requested for high quality video coding. Bitrate is acclaimed to have around 40% to 50% down at 1080pwhile
rendering superb image quality.

Put it in summary, first, H.265 can downsize video footage to a great extent while playing fairly smooth video with low bandwidth, and all these benefits further drives market demand on 4K/Ultra HD; second, with the fast development of 4G and mobile technology, the integration between the two industries will have much more amazing possibilities.

Dahua'sH.265 Product line-up
Despite all the benefits, the current phase seems a little bit embarrassed for H.265 as this compression standard is still new to video surveillance industry, which means it will take some time to be adopted and adapted. Dahua Technology, as a leading and innovative corporate, can't resist its charm and prospect, have the blue picture not only just in mind, but also bring it to reality already. The company has adopted H.265 in its latest product portfolio, including network camera, NVRs, transmission devices as well as video-wall systems.

To start with cameras, Dahua has a latest-released 5.0-Megapixel ultra-smart network camera that uses H.265/H.264 dual codec, allowing over 40% lesser bandwidth use while acquiring outstanding image quality. Moreover, with its functions such as ultra defog, RoI, and intelligent detections, the camera can make surveillance clearer, smarter and smoother; based on this trend, we can foresee more H.265 cameras in different resolution are on its way.

When it comes to back-end devices, Dahua was the first in industry to introduce a comprehensive H.265 4K NVR product lineup, which covers various demands, including small-to-medium as well as large-scaled applications. These NVRs are up to 12.0-Megapixel decoding capability, supporting 1080P@60fps and H.265 preview &playback; 4 channel 4Kreal-time live view & playback; meanwhile, its intelligence functions including behavioral analysis, facial detection and etc. are also supported. What worth mentioning is that the R&D team put energy consumption into consideration at planning phase to make the product ec0-friendly.

In addition, Dahua also introduced a control platform M70 with H.265 standard, the platform can decode multiple channels of H.265 videos at the same time; and thanks to modular design, M70 can maximize to handle up to 40-channel UHD video outputs with each supporting H.265 decoding; what's more, these HD output videos can be presented as an integrated image by combining HD outputs.

H.265 Brings More Possibilities
“Obviously, H.265 is one of the major compression standard that allow us to implement UHD solutions, such as 4K or even 8K, which is definitely the trend of video surveillance.” said James Wang, Product Director of Dahua Technology.

“The benefits H.265 brings are not limited to the above,” Wang continued, “just like a magician hat, you can expect much more from it, for example, our R&D has carried out some great performances on bitrate control, image quality balance as well as intelligent analytics and tracking.”

“For me, I always feel thrilled towards new things and technologies as they have the potential to nourish many new possibilities, to bring products, industry, even the society to a better shape,” Wang added. “H.265 is just the case, we have confidence to tap out of the potential of this standard and make full use of it, so my advice is stay with us, stay with the latest trend and see how we use it as a magic.”

Security 'all sewn up' for Royal College of Surgeons

Security 'all sewn up' for Royal College of Surgeons

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 5/28/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (College) is one of the oldest surgical corporations in the world.

Over 500 years old, it is an historic professional member’s organisation that pursues excellence and advancement in surgical and dental practices. The College is spread over a number of buildings around Hill Square and is home to the Surgeons’ Hall Museum s and Scotland’s oldest medical museum. In addition, the College boasts offices for a 150 staff, a modern surgical skills training facility and auditorium and even a four-star hotel providing accommodation for visitors and tourists.

With building refurbishment due to take place over a long period of time, a security system needed to be installed that was flexible and which included discreet cameras with excellent picture quality, whilst being aesthetically pleasing so as not to detract from the traditional make-up of the historic and Grade A listed buildings.

A state-of-the-art solution was developed, combining Axis network cameras with Milestone XProtect Professional software, as recommended by Arthur McKay. In order to effectively cover the numerous locations where refurbishment work was taking place, whilst providing secure coverage to hotel staff and guests, the initial surveillance set-up included 17 cameras, with the provision for a further 150 once the work is completed.

Atul Rajput, regional director, northern Europe at Axis Communications said: "This was a really exciting project and one that gave us the opportunity to work with such a prestigious institution and its beautiful, historic buildings. The solution featured covert Axis network cameras to ensure all buildings and corresponding outside spaces were covered, even in complete darkness"

The project included a series of AXIS M30007-PV Network Cameras. These five-megapixel fixed mini dome cameras were discreetly mounted on either walls or ceilings and provided four feeds of detailed, high-quality panoramic views. Chosen because of their flexibility, they could be re-positioned to move along as the refurbishment progressed with few time or fitting constraints.

The AXIS P3364-LVE was fitted to monitor the hotel and its exterior. This fixed dome network camera produced high-quality, low-noise video even in a completely dark environment. It integrated Axis’ unique Lightfinder technology which makes the camera extremely sensitive to light while maintaining colours. Lightfinder-enabled cameras were strategically positioned in the hotel’s reception area, main entrance and car park where ambient lighting was poor.

AXIS P1204 Network Cameras were also installed as they were discreet and covert and could be easily integrated into very limited spaces.

Atul added: "The Axis network cameras can be easily re-positioned to correspond with the movement of the works from building to building, producing evidential-quality footage, whilst maintaining the safety of staff and visitors. Advanced system integration is already on the horizon as the magnitude of the refurbishment grows across the campus"

The College has always been at the ‘cutting edge’ of surgical education, training and in setting standards both nationally and internationally. As adoption of any technology can provide challenges, it was imperative that system capabilities were discuss at length and understood.

Kenny Ryan, IT manager at Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburg, commented: "We have been very impressed with the flexibility of Axis cameras and how unobtrusive they are. They have been a great benefit during a time of great change for the campus"

Development works continue at the College and it is estimated that over 170 Axis cameras will eventually contribute to the safe and successful refurbishment of its iconic buildings.

Pelco by Schneider Electric releases Optera Panoramic Cameras featuring unique panomersive experience

Pelco by Schneider Electric releases Optera Panoramic Cameras featuring unique panomersive experience

Editor / Provider: Pelco by Schneider Electric | Updated: 5/27/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Pelco by Schneider Electric announced the release of the new Optera panoramic cameras with SureVision 2.0 WDR imaging technology. Officials stated that the new Panomersive experience provides seamless situational awareness with blended panoramic views, creating a unique and effective panoramic immersive surveillance experience.

“While other multi-imager solutions can be disjointed with separate video streams that are sometimes out of order,” said Kevin Saldanha, Senior Product Manager, Pelco by Schneider Electric. “Optera cameras transparently integrate video across all sensors in the camera, presenting a seamless high-quality user experience. These cameras also allow users to zoom in to the scene for excellent image detail in multiple intuitive immersive views from a VMS. Optera cameras capture 12 megapixel video, at up to 12.5 frames per second at full resolution.”

Optera offers outstanding, industry-leading image quality with SureVision 2.0 technology delivering excellent low light performance and true Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) at the same time — all the time.

With superior WDR, anti-bloom technologies, 3D Noise filtering and advanced tone mapping, SureVision 2.0 enables the cameras to deliver outstanding image quality in very challenging lighting conditions. Pelco is releasing the Optera 180⁰ cameras now and plans to release the 270⁰ and 360⁰ models later this fall. All models include a camera and a mount (in-ceiling mount, surface mount, or pendant enclosure) that is ready to install. All models feature a robust, metal, tamper-resistant design, and carry an IK10 impact rating for vandal-resistance.

Additional Features:
Open and Integrated
Optera panoramic cameras are designed to seamlessly connect to the new Pelco VideoXpert VMS and Pelco Digital Sentry systems, as well as integrate with major partner Video Management Systems through the open Pelco API, the Panomersive SDK and through the ONVIF standard. Optera cameras enable customers to record everything in the scene at the VMS, and obtain panoramic and multiple immersive views, both live and retrospectively using client-side dewarping.

Built-In Video Analytics
Optera cameras include a full suite of eight Pelco Video Analytics, applied across a wide field of view. Pelco behaviors include Abandoned Object, Adaptive Motion Detection, Camera Sabotage, Directional Motion, Loitering Detection, Object Counting, Object Removal, and Stopped Vehicle.

Window Blanking
Optera cameras support up to 32 window blanks, appearing on screen as a solid gray window.

Convenient Power
Designed with Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) to simplify planning, wiring, and installation, Optera cameras offer fast and easy installation.

LILIN surveillance for high-risk banking environments

LILIN surveillance for high-risk banking environments

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 5/25/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Financial institutions and/or banks need dependable backup system. LILIN new NVR series (NVR1400/2400) with RAID storage solutions provide redundant recording and access to IP video data. RAID redundant storage function ensures video data is never lost in the event of a hard drive failure. LILIN 16-channel NVR supports up to 16 IP based cameras and megapixel recording resolution, along with 48Mbps recording capability. With full calendar search, you can search your video by selecting weeks/days so that you can search your video fast.

Teller windows, processing rooms, ATM's, parking lots, lobbies and common areas are all monitored by high quality video cameras for the safety of customers, employees, and staff. LILIN IP video surveillance systems with advanced video analytics such as Facial Recognition is helping to fight the problem of check fraud at banks by recording transaction data and capturing images of offenders.

Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) robberies, fraud, attacks, and vandalism are on the rise. Security for banks and ATMs can be a real challenge when faced with a multitude of threats including physical attacks and fraud. LILIN Covert series IP camera IPC0122 provides miniature IP video surveillance to enhance ATM operations and security.

LILIN S series IP cameras featuring 60fps high speed frame rate; they are great for the most demanding banking surveillance requirements. 60fps high frame rate ensure quick movements can be captured in more details.

DoubleTree by Hilton in Chile upgrades video surveillance with Dahua IP solution

DoubleTree by Hilton in Chile upgrades video surveillance with Dahua IP solution

Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology | Updated: 5/22/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China upgraded the security system for DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Santiago, capital city of Chile.

DoubleTree by Hilton is an American hotel chain. It is part of Hilton Worldwide. Most DoubleTree hotels are independently owned and operated by franchisees. In early 2011, Hilton Worldwide launched a logo and name rebranding for the chain, replacing the name "Doubletree" with "DoubleTree by Hilton". DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Santiago-Vitacurais centrally located within developed commercial and financial district in Santiago.

As the Five Star Alliance's number, the hotel offers top-notch services for the customers and meanwhile it needs five star security systems for its safety. With the demand for hotel rooms and space constantly increasing, the hotel decides to upgrade its IP surveillances as to offering a better security ambience for its customers, employers and property.

The hotel wants to upgrade its existing security system for higher quality images. Dahua IP solution offers a highly reliable and cost effective method of hotel surveillance. Dahua HD network small IR dome cameras, IPC-HDW4100S features 1.3-Megapixel progressive scan Aptina CMOS and supports up to max 25/30fps@1.3M&720P encoding. The maximum IR length is 20 meters. The IP cameras install across each floor of the hotel to monitor doors and stairs of people entering and leaving. Dahua IP solution covers all public spaces and circulation areas with total 200 units including all stairways, kitchens, car parks, leisure facilities and laundry rooms, as well as the inner courtyards and the roof.

The key objective has always been to record activity captured by the cameras so that any incidents or suspicious activity can be recorded and be used if appropriate. Dahua IP solution can help keep the guests safe from theft and other criminals by helping track the visitors and prevent break-ins on hotel property.

The hotel also upgrades its old NVRs to Dahua NVR6000 series which is able to provide a higher resolution. Dahua, 128channel super network video recorder, NVR6000 series supports HDMI and VGA output at up-to 1920x1080p resolution, which benefits users with high-definition video image viewing.

DoubleTree by Hilton understands that doing the little things well can mean everything. So does Dahua, Dahua offers a comprehensive product portfolio for hotel surveillance system to help protect and give its guests a peace of mind when they stay. A safe and secure environment is also fundamental in guest expectations and vital in protecting a hotel's brand.

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