Site Map - CCTV

DVR series

- CBC (America) Corp. of Commack, New York, has released a new line of digital video recorders with state-of-the-art features, exceptional image quality, and a consistent platform among all models.

Dome cameras

- Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, has released a high-performance surveillance system designed to keep pace with future technology.

Two-megapixel camera

- The AXIS 223M Network Camera provides exceptional image detail in day and night lighting conditions and offers four times better resolution than the best analog cameras.

Security cameras

- Indianapolis-based Stanley Security Solutions, Inc., has introduced a new suite of cameras that are available in box and dome configurations for indoor and outdoor applications.

Active denial camera

- ICx Technologiesof Washington, D.C., has developed the Illuminator, a surveillance camera with ambient illumination and near-infrared, offering a technology alternative to infrared devices for short- to mid-range use.

Intelligent video

- Auto-Cam, a new intelligent video surveillance system feature from Guardian Solutions of Bradenton, Florida, enables pan-tilt-zoom cameras to detect security breaches and to display instantaneous views from multiple cameras for faster threat assessment and identification.

IP video support

- IndigoVision of Hoboken, New Jersey, has launched a range of IP video products supporting the H.264 video standard. The new 9000 range includes updated versions of products currently available in the 8000 range, such as transmitters, IP domes, and Networked Video Recorders.

Dome cameras

- FlexiDome surveillance cameras from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, incorporate digital imaging and wide dynamic range technologies to offer detailed high-quality pictures, even in extreme weather conditions.

Vandal-resistant camera

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, offers its vandal-resistant indoor fixed-dome network camera. Compact and discreet, it uses progressive scan technology and advanced image processing to deliver crisp digital images of moving objects, even in low light.

Security system

- NAPCO Security Systems, Inc.,of Amityville, New York, has introduced the Freedom F64 Code-free Security System, which eliminates false alarms and maximizes account retention.

Employee theft solution

- IntelliVid of Cambridge, Massachusetts, has developed an intelligent point-of-sale video interface module to target the problem of employee theft in retail settings.

Digital video recorder

- Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc., of Irvine, California, has introduced a nine-channel digital video recorder with JPEG2000 video compression.

Digital recorders

- The Triplex Family of digital video recorders from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, offers easy recording, copying, and installation.

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