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High-Resolution Cameras

- Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, has introduced a new family of cameras that offer high-resolution digital imaging and superior system flexibility. Delivering up to 3.1 million pixels in each image, Bosch Megapixel cameras provide sharp video with details other cameras miss, and a single camera can cover the same area as six standard analog cameras, resulting in reduced system, installation, and maintenance costs.

Wireless Network Camera

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has introduced a new wireless network camera designed for flexibility and ease of installation as well as for secure communication. With its progressive scan sensor and advanced image processing, the AXIS 211W Network Camera provides superior image quality.

Mapping CCTV

- The IntelliTrax VSM Module from Interactive Video Solutions of Newton, Alabama, allows users to watch a person leaving a bus and, at the same time, pinpoint the exit point on a map with street names. Especially designed for school buses, transit buses, and RVs, the module is built into the AngelTrax DVR240M-VSM Mobile DVR.

Signature Cameras

- Kappa opto-electronics GmbH of Gleichen, Germany, offers more than 170 camera models with a unique internal signature. Any kind of image manipulations or forgery is reproducible and verifiable.

Dome Camera

- Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, has added an economical unit to its HD4 camera line. The HD4D offers high performance in a fully integrated enclosure with the company’s True Day/Night technology for appropriate operation at all hours of the day and night. The camera switches automatically from color to black-and-white for optimal image quality.

Hybrid Video System

- Network Video Solutions cameras from Canon U.S.A., Inc., of Lake Success, New York, are now compatible with the DigiOp line of digital video recorders from General Solutions, Ltd., of Houston. DigiOp is an integrated hybrid video-management platform that allows for monitoring, recording, and management of both analog and IP video and audio streams.

Digital Recorder

- The DX-TL4U digital video recorder from Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America of Irvine, California, is now available in two new models with increased memory capacity. Ideal for small retail and other businesses, the recorders can store 250 GB and 500 GB of video, accommodating up to six months and one year of recording, respectively, at one picture per second.

Versatile Domes

- The new FlexiDome IP cameras from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, offer high-performance imaging technology and network flexibility in a tough, stylish dome. Benefits include easy installation and setup, storage efficient MPEG-4 video encoding and tri-streaming, and Direct-to-iSCSI recording.

Wireless Public Surveillance

- Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, New York, has expanded its Nextiva video portfolio with new Wireless Intelligent Edge solutions designed to deliver intelligence to municipal security and public safety organizations. Intended to leverage ongoing deployment of broadband wireless networks in metropolitan areas, they provide flexibility to enable public and private organizations to create robust video surveillance systems.

Video Encoders

- A new series of intelligent video encoders has been introduced by ioimage of Herzliya, Israel. The ioibox lvm encoder/decoder series delivers exceptional video quality with a constant bit rate, optimizing bandwidth for real-time video compression and streaming.

Large-Format Monitors

- Two new series of large format monitors have been added to the selection from Pelco of Clovis, California. The 500 and 600 series displays provide bigger multiscreen images from quads, multiplexers, and digital video recorders, providing more image detail.

Four-Channel Recorder

- Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America of Irvine, California, has introduced the DX-TL4U, a four-input digital video recorder that is easy to use. Ideal for small retail environments, gas stations, and other small businesses, the cost-effective unit offers an easy transition from analog to digital.

Hybrid Video System

- The new MPEG-4 hybrid digital video management system (DVMS) from Indianapolis-based Integral Technologies, Inc., supports both IP and analog cameras. The DigitalSENTRY 1000 captures five to ten frames per second and supports industry-standard pan-tilt-zoom cameras and other devices.
 




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