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Site Map - Remote Video

Network Recorders

- JVC Professional Products Company of Wayne, New Jersey, now offers remote administration capabilities for its VR-N900U and VR-N1600U network video recorders. Users can log in from any Internet location using a secure access to configure any of the network’s cameras or recording systems.

Remote Surveillance

- SKM-Mobile is the new wireless video surveillance management solution from videoNEXT of Chantilly, Virginia. Using the company’s Security Knowledge Manager technology on mobile devices allows organizations to monitor and control live video surveillance cameras and receive alarm and event data remotely.

Wireless Video

- Verint Systems Inc. of Weybridge, Surrey, United Kingdom, has introduced a new line of intelligent solutions designed to simplify the deployment of video and integrated analytics in virtually any location along a wireless network. Nextiva Wireless 5.0 combines video analytics with a multiband wireless transmitter and antenna in a rugged enclosure to deliver a wireless security solution for outdoor and difficult-to-wire deployments.

Video Management

- The Video Management Center VMC-1 Eagle from Dallmeier electronic GmbH & Co. of Regensburg, Germany, is a modular, flexible structure for controlling video. The individual components (keypad, joystick, and jog-shuttle) can be positioned according to individual preferences and are therefore equally suitable for right- and left-handed users. It is also possible to use the individual components as programmable standalone devices.

Viewing Station

- The NetVu Console is a powerful remote viewing station that offers installers and end users a non-PC-based alternative to remote viewing and pan-tilt-zoom control of cameras over the network. Designed by Dedicated Micros of Chantilly, Virginia, for minimal installation and training requirements, the device consists of a traditional pan-tilt-zoom style keyboard and a local monitor.

Mobile Video Solution

- Arteco of St. Louis, Missouri, has released a hand-held mobile video application that works with intelligent video solution (IVS) products. ARTECO-MOBILE allows personnel in the field to view live, real-time video from the same hand-held, Web-enabled device that notifies them of the security event.

Mobile Recorder

- Dedicated Micros Inc. of Chantilly, Virginia, has added a compact, lightweight recorder to its family of mobile digital video recorders. The TransVu Express is designed for use in smaller buses, public service vehicles, taxis, and covert surveillance operations.

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 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.

Dual-sensor camera

- The Perceptor from Night Vision Systems of Allentown, Pennsylvania, is a dual-sensor camera solution with embedded video analytics for detection and assessment. It includes a thermal camera for intruder detection and a high-zoom, low-lux CCTV camera for alarm assessment.

Mobile surveillance

- Weighing less than a pound, the new SUV-Cam digital recording system from ELMO USA of Plainview, New York, helps school bus drivers solve problems such as unruly behavior, bullying, and vandalism.

Video Management

- Sanyo Security Systems of Chatsworth, California, has released its Video Pilot Network Video Management and Recording Solution.

Dome camera

- The new i-Pro WV-NS202 Color Network PTZ Dome Camera from Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, offers Super Dynamic III technology on a networked platform.
 




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