Panasonic System Communications Company of North America’s True 4K cameras feature a 12MP 4K ULTRA HD imaging sensor that produces a 12MP image at 15fps and a 4K2K image at 30fps for incredibly high resolution at standard frame rates, the company described.
Canon U.S.A. Inc. introduced the company’s first multi-purpose camera, the ME20F-SH, which delivers exceptionally high sensitivity to capture Full HD video with a minimum subject illumination of less than 0.0005 lux.
Founded in 1854, San Diego Unified School District is now the second largest in the state of California. More than 132,000 students representing 15 ethnic groups and more than 60 languages/dialects attend 226 educational facilities.
Razberi Technologies, a developer of network video solutions for professional video surveillance and security applications, entered into a partnership with PSA Security Network to distribute Razberi’s IP video products.
IDIS, a global surveillance solution provider, and 4Sight Imaging, an imaging technology company, have integrated DirectIP with Veracity, a powerful and intuitive license-plate recognition (LPR) software engine, the companies described.
Digital Watchdog announced its new analog high-definition (AHD) products. The VMAX AHD CORE DVR and STAR-LIGHT AHD cameras offer 1080p images and recording and have been engineered to utilize an existing analog structure, increasing ROI while reducing installation time and complexity to provide an HD surveillance solution in minutes.
DICE will be selling I-View Now’s video solutions through its Dice UL-Listed Cloud Center. “In the past, both of our companies offered video products that were sold independently by each company. This was difficult, as the DICE clients expect to receive all their product signals from DICE. Now that DICE is using a wholesale arrangement with I-View Now, we have solved the DICE users’ issues,” said Cliff Dice, founder and chief engineer at DICE Corp.
Arecont Vision’s latest products are designed to deliver increased performance and situational awareness while lowering total cost of ownership. According to Arecont Vision’s Executive Vice President Scott Schafer, the success of the company’s megapixel camera portfolio is equally attributable to both its superior technology and to the outstanding support processes and programs behind them.