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Avigilon appoints VP of Global Biz Development

Avigilon appoints VP of Global Biz Development

Editor / Provider: Avigilon | Updated: 10/16/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Avigilon, a provider of HD and megapixel video surveillance solutions, announced the appointment of Jeremy Howard to the role of VP of Global Business Development. In this position, he will build and oversee a vertical-specific sales team. This sales team will be focused on growing revenue through strategic enterprise and global standardization opportunities.
 
“Security markets are highly fragmented by vertical and geography,” said Alexander Fernandes, CEO and President of Avigilon. “With the addition of Howard and his vertically-based sales team, we will be able to capture even more market share and build on our success.” Howard will be based in Dallas, Texas and report directly to Bryan Schmode, Executive VP of Global Sales. Douglas Florence, Business Development Director for Global Gaming, and Matthew McCoy, Business Development Director for Strategic National Accounts, will report to Howard.
 
With approximately 20 years of security industry experience, Howard will be responsible for building and overseeing a sales team focused on vertical opportunities, including gaming, retail, critical infrastructure and government, as well as global and national integrators. Before joining Avigilon, Howard was Director of Strategic Accounts for Verint Systems, a global provider of enterprise and security intelligence solutions. As part of the company's enterprise and critical infrastructure group, he helped grow sales by more than 175 percent in under two years. He also held senior positions at Honeywell Security and Semco, an integrator that provided engineering services and communications products to US and allied governments.  

Transmitting high-def video on low-bandwidth networks

Transmitting high-def video on low-bandwidth networks

Editor / Provider: Submitted by IndigoVision and Vemotion | Updated: 10/9/2012 | Article type: Tech Corner

As IP cameras increase in resolution and customers demand more clarity, network bandwidth becomes a critical issue. IndigoVision and Vemotion Interactive discuss how careful bandwidth management is needed to get the best out of your IP video network.

HD cameras now produce more data than a wide-area network (WAN) can reasonably handle. While your in-house local-area network (LAN) may be able to handle large amounts of data, it is important to be aware of the limitations when you want to send camera streams to other buildings or companies; the bandwidth available will be lower, and you need to be clever about what you send. With the growth in sales of ever-better HD cameras, there is a need for even better bandwidth management to make the best use of resources on any multisite system.

Key Areas
Avoiding bandwidth bottlenecks involves looking at five key areas:
- Video compression
- Latency
- Choosing what to send
- Location of recording
- Managing demand

Video Compression
There is a lot of misunderstanding in the marketplace about video compression. Use of the H.264 video codec standard is usually seen as the answer, but H.264 is very broad term. It really only describes the format the video is compressed to, and how it can be decoded; it does not give information about how the compression was achieved. There is a big difference between good compression and bad; the table below details typical data rates for a single 1-megapixel camera monitoring a fairly static scene such as a building entrance:


It is important to do your homework and benchmark the compression from different suppliers so that you really know what you are buying. Great compression uses up to half the bandwidth of good compression. As well as reducing overall bandwidth, good compression also allows you to dual stream – high frame rate and high bandwidth locally, and low bandwidth for what you stream over the WAN.

An apt example would be the Vemotion Interactive VB-40 series that requires a GPRS, 3-G, ADSL/Ethernet or satellite router. Inputs and outputs (16 maximum outputs per unit) are configured and transmitted over the network to the control hub. The unit will connect to the server application and then, by installing a multiscreen viewer application on a PC or mobile device, you can view multiple live video feeds from wherever you are. Full telemetry for control of cameras is provided, and automatic bandwidth adaptation offers maximum flexibility.

For example, 16 simultaneous streams can be viewed from each VB-40 unit, and the operator can choose to increase the resolution of any of the feeds to provide enhanced video quality. The VB-40 will respond by automatically changing the video quality of other feeds in order to give the required channel the most bandwidth. This means that a fixed bandwidth can be intelligently distributed across all the video feeds in order to provide the optimal operating solution for the user. VB-40 can be “dropped” into location and give immediate access to camera systems already in place — from a private surveillance hub for temporary remote access, or to connect multiple locations and control rooms together where other network options would be cost-prohibitive.

Latency
Latency is another vital consideration. In recorded video, it does not matter if there is a little latency in playback of video from recorder to viewing station, but if an operator is trying to track real-time action and there is a double delay – delay in the images getting to the monitor, and then delay in the signal from the operator's joystick to the PTZ camera following the events – he or she is going to quickly lose track of what is happening. The time from the moment the light hits the camera lens until the image reaches the operator's monitor should be less than 100 milliseconds. Longer than that, and the lag is too much.

This is, in fact, one of the reasons analog systems are still around in so many areas – latency can be a real issue with IP video. Only a really well-designed system, carefully pipelining every stage of compression and transmission, will minimize latency properly.

Choose What to Send
Only send it if you have to: do not overload your network resource with data you do not really need. A good IP security management system will switch the transmission link into "idle mode" when there is nothing happening in the scene. The instant anything happens, things should switch back to full speed, and your system must make sure that is a fast changeover so that nothing is missed in the interim.

Real-time video analytics are vital too; they can identify when something relevant happens, perhaps when someone walks the wrong way down a corridor, or an item is moved. That is when you want to be sure you see everything that is going on.

Location of Recording
Recording location is another important consideration. Do not move all of your data back and forth between cameras and a central site. Design your network with NVRs close to the cameras they are recording, using your plentiful LAN bandwidth, and only transmit important information over the WAN.

Out of any video you record, you are typically only ever going to look at less than 1 percent, so keep the intelligence at the edge and only access what you really need to. A distributed IP video architecture, without the need for central servers, lets you record locally but view from anywhere you need to. Careful design will eliminate a lot of bottlenecks and headaches.

Managing Demand
This is possibly the trickiest part to get right, and the one that most people forget about: managing operator demand. This is crucial on any multisite system. Each operator has to learn how to share the bandwidth, and to make sure they get their job done without hogging limited resources. Depending on the product used, this can often be managed within the management system itself; a built-in understanding of what each area needs can be configured during setup and managed silently so that bandwidth is allocated well without operator input. However, staff must still understand the need to share and may have to be encouraged to do so.

Design Carefully
On top of all these recommendations, design your monitoring solution carefully and think about what is really important. There has been a move recently toward using HD cameras just because they are availabe and getting cheaper. But once you start putting 5-, 10- or 16-megapixel cameras in every situation, you are going to use up valuable bandwidth very quickly. It is worth bearing in mind that many higher-megapixel cameras are designed to work at slower frame rates; a lower pixel count but higher frame rate may actually be better at gathering evidence.

It is all about balance: choose the right mix of SD and HD cameras for your real needs, put them in the right place, and design the network to work well with them.

Samsung Techwin works with FaceFirst for facial recognition in megapixel cams

Samsung Techwin works with FaceFirst for facial recognition in megapixel cams

Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 10/10/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Samsung Techwin America, a global supplier of video surveillance and security products combining superior performance and value, is partnering with California-based FaceFirst, LLC. to supply megapixel video surveillance cameras for its FaceFirst facial recognition system. The FaceFirst product platform uses the Samsung cameras to complement its proprietary facial recognition software system. Facial images captured by the cameras are automatically matched with watch list photos and when a person of interest is identified, alerts are instantly sent directly to pre-provisioned computers, cell phones (as e-mail, SMS or MMS messaging) or cash registers.

“By leveraging Samsung's powerful megapixel imaging technology with FaceFirst's expertise in software development and integration, the FaceFirst platform is primed to detect and defeat potentially dangerous or criminal activities,” said Joseph Saad, Director of Business Development, FaceFirst, LLC. “The combination of FaceFirst with Samsung's technology has enabled us to provide our customers with world class performance and accuracy at an affordable price point.”

The FaceFirst true biometric facial recognition platform features cloud-ready software and offers functionality that is affordable, scalable, and can be custom configured to specific business requirements. The system allows users to select the facial databases they want to use and a familiar web-based portal allows users with little or no training to self- provision biometric enrollments, alerting, and notification preferences.

The military-grade FaceFirst system identifies Individuals matching client records at the rate of millions of comparisons per second. It is ideal for transportation facilities and sports arenas or for entrances where people normally pass through without stopping — at school and college campuses, corporate headquarters, financial institutions, warehouses and hospitals.

“The Samsung megapixel cameras deliver real-world environment performance, making them the perfect choice for this application,” said Frank De Fina, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Samsung Techwin America. “The combined package provides a better and faster tool for today's security practitioners.”

Additional performance features of the Samsung megapixel cameras include true day/night (ICR) functionality, 16:9 full HD (1080p) resolution support, SSNRIII (3D + 2D) noise reduction technology and wide dynamic range (WDR) to help ensure crisp, clear images even in low light environments. Hybrid installations are supported with BNC outputs and RS-485 inputs and they are PoE (Power over Ethernet) compatible. Focus and zoom is network adjustable.

Scottish business park adopts IP solution from Vivotek

Scottish business park adopts IP solution from Vivotek

Editor / Provider: Vivotek | Updated: 10/4/2012 | Article type: Security 50

The Enterprise Park, Forres, based in Scotland and developed by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, was designed to bring talent and jobs into the area. Already home to a number of innovative and successful businesses, the Park continues to expand and attract new companies. The Park has recently adopted IP solutions from VIVOTEK to support its high-end positioning and to ensure tenants are confident with the security measures in place.

Having experienced some low level vandalism, fly tipping and so on, Highlands and Islands Enterprise wanted to ensure that their tenants felt entirely secure and confident in the security of the Park. "Although there'd only been a couple of minor incidents, we decided to nip the problem in the bud and invest in a CCTV system," notes Scott McKnockiter, Development Manager at Highlands and Islands Enterprise. Bartec Fire & Security was the winner of the tender.

Solution
The 2-Megapixel VIVOTEK FD8361 with tamper detection was the chosen solution. Many units of the fixed domes, via Power over Ethernet (PoE), have been positioned around the business park. Thanks to its 3-axis mechanical design for easy and highly versatile installations, this outdoor-friendly masterpiece could be mounted virtually anywhere on the premises. Equipped with vandal-proof as well as IP66-rated housing, the fixed dome is capable of performing well in outdoor environments all over the business park. Additionally, the Day & Night functionality and built-in IR illuminators (effective up to 20 meters), help to ensure excellent image quality around the clock. On the client's side, bandwidth efficiency is extremely important. Technologies such as multiple streams, video cropping and activity adaptive streaming for dynamic frame rate control are available on the FD8361 – effective for solving any potential bandwidth issues.

Also, an RDT radio transmission system uses receivers on the host buildings to transmit images back to the central monitoring station in the main Enterprise building.

Bartec worked with Norbain Service Plus for on-site coordination and support. Norbain Service Plus offers customers a range of resources, designed to complement their own skill sets. This additional support can be used to reduce the risk of installations, minimize time spent on-site by engineers and, in Bartec's case, to make new technologies more accessible. Norbain's Configuration Centre spent two days on-site, dedicated to providing support to the Bartec team.

Benefits
Highlands and Islands Enterprise are very pleased with the system they've received. “Not only does it provide the quality of images we need, but the placement of the cameras has been carried out very intelligently to reduce the number required. Looking at the system now in place, Scott concludes, “The system supports our positioning as a high-end business park. Just as we look for companies with innovation in their process, so the system matches this aim.”

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.

Samsung Techwin launches 1.3-MP, compact, flat network dome

Samsung Techwin launches 1.3-MP, compact, flat network dome

Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 10/2/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Samsung has added a space saving 1.3 Megapixel flat dome camera to its ‘affordable' LiteNet HD network camera series.

Measuring just 100 x 115 x 42mm, the SND-5010 is designed to provide an affordable HD video surveillance solution for environments where there may be limited space, such as in lifts, entrance lobbies, stair wells, small shops and transport applications.

“As is the case with the other six models in the LiteNet camera series, the SND-5010 is ideal for applications where a large number of HD cameras may be required,” said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “Regardless however of the number of cameras, the SND-5010's low price point enables it to be considered as a cost alternative to analogue cameras at locations where there may be a need to capture evidence grade images.”

The ONVIF compliant SND-5010 supports H.264 and MJPEG compression methods, providing the option to simultaneously stream images to multiple locations at various frame rates and resolutions up to 1.3 megapixel (1280 x 1024) and it also supports 16:9 HD (1280 x 720) display. A number of users are therefore able to monitor live images at one location, record video evidence at another location, or view live and recorded images on a Smartphone or iPhone via the Samsung iPOLiS application.

The SND-5010, which is equipped with a 3mm fixed lens, has a scene change tampering feature which creates an alert if, for example, paint is sprayed on a camera lens or if there is unauthorised movement of a camera away from its usual field of view.

Despite its compact size, the SND-5010 is packed full of user and installer friendly features, including four programmable Motion Detection zones, 12 programmable Privacy Zones and PoE (Power over Ethernet). It also has a Day/Night feature which automatically configures the camera to capture either colour or B/W images depending on the prevailing lighting conditions, and utilises third generation Samsung Super Noise Reduction (SSNR) to eliminate image noise in low light conditions to enable bandwidth and recording space savings.

Fully compatible with Samsung's license free NET-i-Viewer software, the SND-5010 has a multi–language web page for easy set up.

The other models in the Samsung LiteNet line-up are:
SNB-5001 - 1.3 megapixel network camera
SND-5011 - 1.3 megapixel network dome camera with 3mm fixed lens
SND-5061 - 1.3 megapixel network dome camera with 3~8mm varifocal lens
SNB-7001 - 3 megapixel Full HD network camera
SND-7011 - 3 megapixel Full HD network dome camera with 3mm fixed lens
SND-7061 - 3 megapixel Full HD network dome camera with 3~8mm varifocal lens

Honeywell Security joins HD-SDI bandwagon

Honeywell Security joins HD-SDI bandwagon

Editor / Provider: Honeywell Security | Updated: 10/1/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Honeywell HD-SDI Solution integrates the latest HD-SDI technologies to stream uncompressed digital videos at superb high-definition image qualities. It is most suitable to be installed in railways, airports, financial institutes, critical infrastructures where high quality images and quick response for emergency are required.

Honeywell Offerings
HD-SDVR-3004
4-channel HD-SDI digital video recorder that offers 1080P real-time display and recording, 4-channel simultaneous playback and 8 HDDs storage capacity.

HD-SDC-3300P
3 Megapixel CMOS HD-SDI camera featuring true day/night switch and local OSD menu

HD-SDPTZ-2201W
2 Megapixel CMOS HD-SDI PTZ dome featuring 20x optical zoom and true day/night switch, with four mounting solutions to choose from.

These 2 cameras deliver real-time 1080P video streams to the HD-SDI DVR, hence comprising a complete HD-SDI video surveillance system from the front end to storage.

The HD-SDI solution can be used in conjunction with the HDCS V2.0, a multi-DVR central management system.

Axis Communications introduces affordable panoramic cameras

Axis Communications introduces affordable panoramic cameras

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 9/26/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Axis Communications presents 360° fixed mini dome cameras with a 5 megapixel sensor that enables detailed, high-quality 360° or 180° panoramic views of wide areas. The competitively priced indoor AXIS M3007-PV and AXIS M3007-P Network Cameras provide retail stores, hotels, schools and offices with cost-effective solutions to getting wide overviews that help users detect activities and track the flow of people.

“Axis' new 360° fixed cameras give price-sensitive market segments the option of using just one camera to get the big picture, with great details, at an affordable price,” says Erik Frannlid, Director of Product Management, Axis Communications. “The cameras also have substantial capacity for intelligent video applications and support a range of video management software including the complimentary AXIS Camera Companion.”

The cameras, which are the latest additions to the AXIS M30 Series, can be mounted on ceilings for 360° overviews or on walls for 180° panoramic views. Both AXIS M3007-PV and AXIS M3007-P support several viewing modes, including 360° overview in 5 megapixel resolution, as well as horizontal panoramic views and quad views that have been dewarped for easy viewing. The quad view mode is suitable, for instance, when the camera is positioned at an intersection of corridors. The cameras also provide view area modes that allow users to digitally pan, tilt and zoom in on areas of interest. Multiple streams in H.264 and Motion JPEG can be sent simultaneously.

AXIS M3007-PV—as with the recently announced AXIS M3006-V and the launched AXIS M3004-V and AXIS M3005-V cameras in the series—is a vandal and dust-resistant fixed dome camera. AXIS M3007-P, which has a different outer shell with no cover over its lens, is an extremely discreet camera that can be mistaken for a smoke detector.

AXIS M3007-PV/-P cameras come focused at delivery, which shortens the installation time. They are also fitted with a 2 m (6.6 ft.) network cable and support Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), which eliminates the need for power cables and reduces installation costs.

AXIS M3007-PV/-P offers considerable support for the installation of intelligent video applications through the AXIS Camera Application Platform. In addition, the cameras' built-in microSDHC card slot enables several days of recording to be stored locally on a memory card. When local storage is used together with the free AXIS Camera Companion, users have an easy way to remotely view and manage video from up to 16 cameras per site.

Hikvision's Megapixel Solution Working on Brazil's Railroad

Hikvision's Megapixel Solution Working on Brazil's Railroad

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 10/20/2012 | Article type: China Corner

As a reflection of the industry trend, Hikvision continues to develop products demanded by the customer and continues their further expansion into this IP surveillance segment of the market.

It is in the metropolitan region of what Brazilians simply refer to as Rio that a groundbreaking surveillance system was developed for the urban passenger rail network. This rail network, on average carrying 450,000 passengers a day, represents Brazil’s first-ever megapixel surveillance railroad project.

One Camera, Two Uses
As noted, this Brazilian megapixel solution represented a landmark first; yet for VMI Sistemas de Seguranca, it was also a business landmark: this was a tangible opportunity to distance themselves from other distributers/ integrators that do not use megapixel technology in solutions of this nature.

One such component that added this dual value was one of Hikvision’s Megapixel Network Camera. This camera was vital for issues such as recognizing individuals, as well as clear, defined images of fast-moving trains. Mr. Souza elaborated: “Quality — this camera embodies the term. Since this camera needed to be used in two distinct locations; and since both of these locations have fundamental differences, we needed something that possessed both quality and the technical ability to achieve these concurrent goals.”

Additionally, PoE capabilities were used to simplify the installation and power of these platform — adjacent cameras. In both cases whether over the rails or over the platforms, the environment is outdoors. Hikvision’s Outdoor Camera Housing was selected to protect these units against any corrupting conditions they might encounter.

Indoor Camera
Around the actual train terminals themselves, a different Hikvision camera was chosen for optimal surveillance. Due to the placement of this camera — which ranged from on top of the ceilings to inside terminal corridors — it was important to address any potential distance issues that might adversely affect the performance of an indoor camera. In this particular case, compact design brought a less visible presence, thereby reducing the possibility of vandalism — either accidental or malicious.

Additionally, adding to the potent visible deterrent a security camera provides the general public, the 1/3” progressive scan CMOS”provides the ability to view the thousands of everyday passengers running to catch their trains and always in a clear and accurate fashion. 3-axis adjustment allows security personnel all the tools they need to keep an accurate eye on the quickly-changing internal environment of these stations.

In 2011, with Hikvision’s technical know-how, VMI Sistemas de Seguranca and Interimagen were able to secure 5 full stations of this Rio de Janeiro metro line. 2012 promises 10 more stations being secured with this same solution. As such, Brazilian passengers can ride easy knowing that wherever they go — in the station, on the platform, or in the cars, they are being taken care of.

Ambarella releases 'ultra-HD' IP cam SoC with analytics and low power consumption

Ambarella releases 'ultra-HD' IP cam SoC with analytics and low power consumption

Editor / Provider: Ambarella | Updated: 9/25/2012 | Article type: Component

Ambarella, a developer of low-power, HD video compression and image processing semiconductors, introduced S2, a security IP camera System-On-Chip (SoC) with support for the new 4K Ultra HD video standard. Ambarella's S2 family of SoCs is based on a Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU and a high-performance video engine that delivers multi-stream H.264 encoding up to 4K (3840x2160p30) resolution for outstanding image clarity and detail. Hardware analytics acceleration combined with the dual-core CPU provide the processing power necessary to enable cameras to analyze video content and make intelligent decisions based upon it. Leveraging low-power 32nm process technology and Ambarella's proprietary system architecture, the S2 delivers 1080p60 encoding in less than one Watt and 4K video encoding in less than two Watts.

“By delivering 4K video and multi-core CPU performance in a 32nm low-power design, Ambarella is enabling high resolution video in compact camera form factors,” said Fermi Wang, President & CEO of Ambarella. “With S2, our customers have a flexible platform to create highly intelligent IP cameras that have outstanding image clarity.”

The S2 family provides an array of IP camera design choices. The family is comprised of software and pin-compatible SoCs that range in performance from 1080p45 encode with a 500 MHz dual-core CPU to 4K Ultra HD encode with a 1 GHz dual-core CPU. Camera designers can also access advanced features including analytics hardware acceleration, panoramic lens de-warping, hardware face detection, digital PTZ and electronic image stabilization (EIS). The Linux based S2 SDK supports a wide range of image sensors and enables features such as WiFi connectivity, cloud services, local SD Card recording and transcoding. The SDK also offers comprehensive 3A and image tuning tools for customization.

S2 Feature Summary:
* Image Sensor Pipeline with high-speed SLVDS/MIPI/HiSPi interfaces, up to 32-megapixel sensor resolution.
* WDR with multi-exposure fusion to improve video in high-contrast lighting conditions.
* Advanced 3D noise reduction with de-ghosting to enhance low-light performance.
* 4K video (3840x2160p30 or 1920x1080p120) H.264 encoding to support the new Ultra HD standard. Multi-streaming to enable independent resolutions, frame rate and quality. Support is also offered for video transcoding and low-latency encoding.
* Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU with NEON and a 512 KB L2 cache provides headroom for customers' applications, as well as enhanced power efficiency and real-time performance compared to single-core architectures.
* Analytics hardware acceleration for efficient processing of tasks like object tracking, trip zone perimeter control and intelligent motion detection.
* Real-time hardware-accelerated de-warping for 180/360 degree panoramic lenses.
* AES/3DES/SHA-1/MD5 encryption engines.
* Rich set of interfaces allows for compact designs and includes 32-bit DDR3L, Gigabit Ethernet, USBG 2.0 host and device, HDMI, SDXC SD Card, and dual sensor interfaces.

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