Arecont Vision® announced the availability of its new MegaBall® 2 camera series with ImmerVision Panomorph lenses, capable of capturing 180 and 360 deg. fields of vision with dewarping.
August 14, 2014
Features include day/night operation, H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10)/MJPEG dual encoders, privacy masking, extended motion detection with 1,024 distinct motion detection zones, flexible cropping to adjust image sizes and the ability to choose PoE or external power.
The DF4820HD-DN from Dallmeier is a 3-megapixel HD network camera built into a compact and lightweight box housing.
July 15, 2014
It is equipped with a fast (large maximum aperture) and motor-driven P-iris megapixel varifocal lens, which allows for the convenient adjustment/configuration of the focal length, focus and iris via the Web browser.
IQinVision announced that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWSFC), in La Jolla, CA, has installed IQinVision megapixel cameras to provide surveillance of the experiments conducted in their new Ocean Technology Development Tank.
Arecont Vision was honored by ADI as its 2013 Vendor of the Year in the USA.
May 20, 2014
The award recognizes Arecont Vision for demonstrating excellence across several metrics that contribute to ADI’s growth and success. Arecont Vision received the award at the Vendor Symposium at ADI’s 2014 Kickoff Meeting.
Vicon Industries Inc. and IQinVision Inc. have entered into a definitive merger agreement.
May 20, 2014
Ken Darby, Vicon chairman and CEO, told SDM that both companies will maintain their existing branding and product lines for the time being, and both companies will continue to sell into and service their existing channels and customers.
Meticulous Planning Yields ‘Invisible’ System Switch
August 1, 2013
Aflac, a Fortune 500 company, with annual revenues of more than $25.4 billion, had used a self-described “workhorse”-style access control system for many years in the company’s locations in Columbus, Ga., Omaha, Neb., and Albany, New York, as well as in its newest locations on Wall Street and in Columbia, S.C.
Marshall Electronics released a new line of 2-megapixel IR-corrected miniature Lenses. These lenses offer a cost-effective solution for day/night imaging applications, as well as any application where several light sources are present.