08/08/2007 - Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, has incorporated 15-bit Dinion digital imaging and XF-Dynamic technologies into its FlexiDome family of surveillance cameras. The rugged cameras are ideal for hazardous indoor and outdoor locations and deliver excellent picture quality even in extreme weather or lighting conditions.
08/08/2007 - Indianapolis-based Integral Technologies, Inc., has integrated its DigitalSENTRY Network Video Software and Intelli-M PoE control, plus a PoE switch and IP cameras, to make a “pure IT” end-to-end security solution.
08/08/2007 - Sony Electronics of Park Ridge, New Jersey, has introduced the Distributed & Enhanced Processing Architecture platform for IP-based security systems, designed to integrate cameras and recorders to improve workflow.
08/08/2007 - The panomorph IMV1-1/3 lens from ImmerVision of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is a panoramic imaging lens that can be added to existing standard analog and IP video surveillance systems, enabling surveillance of an entire area with 360-degree coverage.
08/08/2007 - DynaPel of Fort Myers, Florida, has introduced the NightView Digital Real Time Video Enhancement System, a software-based solution that virtually eliminates low-lighting problems. It corrects images made in poorly lit, underexposed, or overexposed scenes by balancing the image to show maximum detail.
08/08/2007 - Version 3.1 of the XProtect Central software is now available from Copenhagen-based Milestone Systems. Working with the XProtect Enterprise 5.6 server, it ensures maximum operation of large video surveillance installations.
08/08/2007 - Pelco of Clovis, California, has updated its Spectra Integrated Camera Dome System. The Spectra IV offers advanced optics, including 35X optical zoom lens, 540 TV lines of resolution, and the ability to capture quality images in lighting as minimal as 0.007 lux.
08/08/2007 - IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland, has developed a range of dedicated IP Dome Cameras for indoor and outdoor applications. The units are compatible with the company’s Control Center Video and Alarm Management software and its networked video recorders.