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Spanish Guide

- Vicon Industries, Inc., of Hauppauge, New York, has published its Product and System Guide in Spanish to support customers in the Latin American market. The 16-page booklet serves as a short-form catalog, providing an overview of the company’s surveillance products. The publication can be requested by e-mailing ventas@vicon-cctv.com.

Thermal Cameras

- The SR-Series of thermal imaging cameras from FLIR Systems of Portland, Oregon, are built around reliable uncooled infrared sensors. They use a composite video output that accommodates legacy network installations. Cameras include the company’s advanced image-processing technology, delivering excellent image contrast, regardless of scene dynamics.

IP Cameras

- Vicon Industries, Inc., of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the I-ONYX Series of Internet protocol cameras. Powered by ViconNet software, the series was introduced with three models: a super-high resolution model, a day/night version, and a wide dynamic range model. All three can deliver up to 30 frames per second of high-quality video across the network and can be powered by Ethernet or 24 VAC.

Video encoder series

- Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, has released the new VideoJet X family of video encoders that combine high-quality video, intelligence, and ruggedness to extend CCTV over IP coverage into the most challenging environments.

System control

- Honeywell of Syosset, New York, has announced that its Internet Connection Module is now compatible with the VISTA alarm panel series.

Digital cameras

- A new line of IP cameras has been introduced by Lenel Systems International of Rochester, New York. The line offers high video quality and network performance at competitive prices.

Intelligent video cameras

- CoVi Technologies of Austin, Texas, has introduced two high-definition video cameras with embedded video analytics. The CoVi CVQ-2500 and CVQ-3500 Multi-Stream cameras feature intelligent software technology that automates the process of monitoring and analyzing video information.

Video encoder

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has introduced the AXIS 247S Video Server. Designed for discreet or space-restrictive video surveillance applications, it receives power through the Ethernet cable and can also supply power to an attached analog camera, eliminating the need for power outlets.

Security software

- Indianapolis-based Integral Technologies, Inc., has released Intelli-M Integrated, a pure IT, power-over-Ethernet security software solution.

Digital recorder

- The new WJ-RT416 Digital Video Recorder from Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, combines high performance and cost efficiency.

Video management

- Cware Lite is an advanced networked video management platform that seamlessly integrates analog and digital video components for management and control of live and recorded video.

IP video software

- XProtect Corporate is a premium IP video surveillance solution from Milestone Systems of Copenhagen, Denmark. With centralized management, it is suited for large installations with unlimited numbers of users, cameras, servers, and sites.

Video software

- Version 8.0 of the PureActiv Wide Area Surveillance software has been released by PureTech Systems Inc. of Phoenix, Arizona.
 




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