Not only will passengers feel safer but also the good citizens of Szeged will be thanks to the introduction of mobile network video recorders installed inside trams, trolleybuses, and buses. Video footage of passenger activity within or accidents outside the cabins can be clearly captured and recorded for post-event evidence.
RIVA’s indoor fixed cube IP camera is a high-performance network camera in a compact design. This HD camera with H.264 and 2-way audio support achieves a frame rate up to 30 fps at 720p resolution. It is easy to install and besides a built-in microphone and speaker it contains a mechanical camera lens privacy shutter. Furthermore, this IP cube camera consists of ONVIF support since December 2012.
The RTC1100 Series is one of the world’s first thermal imaging IP cameras combining state of the art thermal imaging technology with state of the art intelligent video analytics. Including a reliable video analytics as a standard feature, the RTC1100 Series is a highly advanced thermal imaging IP camera. It is capable of long distance detection customers have come to expect of thermal imaging products, but also provides increased analytics reliability for applications such as object tracking, people counting, car counting, loitering and much more.
The ultra-compact-mini dome camera RC 302 HD, is especially designed for indoor usage as well as transportation applications like railway carriages or buses. Due to the special biscuit design the camera is vandal proofed (IK-09). Furthermore, the mini domes offers features like dual stream, SD card slot, ONVIF compatibility, PoE, DWDR etc.
RIVA´s Full HD PTZ Speed Dome IP Camera is available as indoor and outdoor version. It is equipped with the Stealth Spin- technology that makes it one of the most silent PTZ speed domes in the world. The megapixel camera with H.264 achieves a frame rate up to of 30 fps at 1080p. It offers a 20x optical and 8x digital zoom and a WDR function for use in environments with differences in brightness. Furthermore, it is equipped with 4 digital input and 2 digital output contacts and SD card slot.
RIVA´s Full HD Megapixel IP Dome for outdoor applications with H.264/MJPG and 1080p sensor is equipped with a remote controllable pan and tilt function. It furthermore disposes of a remote zoom/focus control and can be focused via mouse click automatically. Equipped with a lot of extras / features, it covers most fields of application. As a result of the remote control, the camera offers the benefit of enormous time and cost savings in mechanical adjustment or refocusing to the user.
Hikvision Digital Technology and Pelco by Schneider Electric, are announcing the expansion of their existing integration to include the latest range of Hikvision NVRs and Pelco network cameras.
The Hikvision NVR series included in this integration are the DS-9600 series, DS-9500 series, DS-8600 series, and DS-7600 series. They will now natively support all industry-leading Pelco network cameras, including Sarix Mega-Performance Cameras (IX, IM, ID series cameras), Spectra IP High Definition cameras, and multi-channel Network Encoders.
The Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft (MVG) provides one of the most modern transport systems in the world. More than 500 million passengers travel every year via bus, tram and six subway lines over a network of 95 kilometers with 100 stations and nearly 580 subway cars. Early in 2008, a call for bids was made to equip the subway trains and streetcars with a video surveillance system.
Axis and the Safety and Security publications of GIT are both successful prodigies of the nineties, sufficient reason for them both to take a look back at their roots - and also to risk a peek at the forthcoming decades. We spoke on this occasion with Ray Mauritsson, President & CEO of Axis Communications, one of the leading companies and pioneers in network video technology.
Eyewatch, a company belonging to the Deister Electronic Group, had a truly good idea for a new product and, with it, blurred the distinction between previously separate technologies. The motivation to develop it was the realization that conventional cameras and video systems create enormous amounts of image material in a short time. If this could be pre-sorted, ignoring all the uninteresting stuff, there would be great savings in storage capacity and therefore also investment.