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Pan-Tilt System

- A new high-speed positioning system from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, offers continuous panning of up to 100 degrees per second and tilting of up to 40 degrees per second in manual mode.

System Controller

- Sanyo Security Systems of Chatsworth, California, has introduced a new high-speed serial protocol system controller. The VSP-8500 enables centralized control of up to 256 units, simplifying the operation of small to medium security systems.

Furniture Catalog

- Minneapolis-based Winsted Corporation has published a new mini-catalog with an overview of console solutions for more than 40 specific applications. It presents single- and multi-operator workstation options for applications in business, government, medical, research, and gaming facilities, among others. The ergonomic workspaces are efficient and attractive. Products include custom and standard rack cabinets, security consoles, command centers, and tape/data storage systems.

Video Management

- Atlanta-based Steelbox Networks, Inc., has introduced Steelbox Enterprise, which is designed for midrange surveillance applications. The all-new DMSS 2000 offers the throughput and storage innovations of the company’s high-end solutions in an economical, compact device suitable for systems with 16 to 100 cameras.

Digital Recorder

- Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, has introduced a new digital video recorder for applications that require high frame rates and resolution. The PC Pro DVR offers up to 720 x 428 resolution at 240 frames per second in eight- and 16-channel models.

Video Software

- On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc., of Suffern, New York, has released NetDVR 6.0, the newest version of its single-server network video recorder and camera management platform. The new version extends the reach and capabilities of the platform with an extensive line of video clients and add-ons.

IP Video

- The Endura IP Video System from Pelco of Clovis, California, offers enterprise-class performance with new offerings for even greater control. Endura Intelligent Encoders run a suite of object and activity detection behaviors, including adaptive motion, directional motion, object counting, and object removal. Mapping software makes it easy to configure and use maps, with a pop-up window for instant access to live video, alarms, relays, and more.

CCTV Audio Alert

- On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc., of Suffern, New York, has added a new audio alert feature to its IP video surveillance solution. Sensitive microphones connected to the audio input on IP cameras can detect audio events such as gunshots, screams, sirens, and other noises that may not be detected by video cameras. Once an event is detected, the software platform can “push” live video of the event or area to the user’s control room display, trigger recording, increase the recording frame rate, and/or send e-mail or text message notifications to users.

IR Detector

- Optex Europe of Maidenhead, Berkshire, United Kingdom, has teamed up with Raytec of Ashington, Northumberland, United Kingdom, to launch an enhanced version of its combined camera and passive infrared REDWATCH detector. The new REDWATCH option integrates detection pattern and camera lens view with zero maintenance, long-life LED illumination from the Raytec infrared range.

Network Camera

- Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, New York, has extended its IP camera line with the Nextiva S2750e, a feature-rich and cost-effective mini-dome IP camera. The camera leverages the company’s video encoding technology for high-resolution viewing without overburdening available network bandwidth or storage.

Video Management

- Vicon Industries, Inc., of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the Kollector Lite SG, a value-priced network DVR for use with ViconNet digital and IP-based video management software. The 16-channel unit can be networked with an unlimited number of other units with a ViconNet NVR or Kollector Elite SG DVR.

Surveillance System

- Milestone Systems of Copenhagen, Denmark, has released version 6.0 of XProtect Basis+, its single-server video surveillance system for smaller installations. The open and independent platform interfaces with a wide choice of network video and computer hardware, supporting more than 290 cameras and devices from more than 32 different manufacturers.

Security Management

- A new version of the Security Knowledge Manager (SKM) from videoNEXT of Chantilly, Virginia, offers new features that improve IP video surveillance management. The 2.4 release incorporates a completely redesigned video retrieving engine for greater efficiency. It allows a standard Intel server to manage nearly twice as many cameras and support a larger variety of cameras and sensors.
 




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