Posts Tagged ‘megapixel IP camera’

Avigilon and VideoIQ partnership

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Avigilon and VideoIQ unite

Avigilon logo

VideoIQ, a company we have been following closely recently have announced they are now fully integrating their cameras with Avigilon’s Control Center 4.6 Network Video Management Software (NVMS). This new partnership allows both video IQ and Avigilon customers to upgrade their Avigilon surveillance systems with VideoIQ’s award winning adaptive analytics that… Continue reading

Arecont AV8365DN panoramic camera

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Arecont extends panoramic range.

Arecont Vision have a new range of cameras. The 8 megapixel new generation SurroundVideo is a series of high definition cameras that can provide both 180 and 360 degree views from a static camera.

Arecont AV8365DN

Aimed at market looking to replace PTZ cameras the AV8185DN and AV8365 DN are IP66 rated. The polycarbonate… Continue reading

Hybrid CCTV starts the green shoots of recovery.

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Hybrid CCTV.

CCTV suppliers, manufacturers and installers have endured a barren couple of years. We have seen many good companies go to the wall and some bad ones as well. Add to this the strain that wholesalers have suffered, lots of them have been taken for tens if not hundreds of thousands of pounds as their customers (the installers) go bust.

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Arecont release new HD cameras

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Arecont Vision from the US have released a few new innovative HD cameras to add to their range.

The Arecont AV1325 (1.3MP) and the AV2825 (2MP 1080p) offer a conventional look and feel to security cameras, wrapped up in an IP66 housing, cable… Continue reading

VideoSphere MegaPX. The new Nanodome from March Networks

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

VideoSphere MegaPX Nanodome is the new Megapixel IP camera from March Networks. Compact neat and low profile, this IP camera offers high resolution pictures of HD quality. Mpeg compression streams of UP to 30 frames per second and a CMOS chip enables the Videosphere Nanodome to operate in low light scenarios and still give excellent colour and definition. Produced to integrate easily into March Networks video management software the… Continue reading