Pixim announced today that Genie CCTV, headquartered in Hertfordshire, England, will be launching its new, Pixim Nightwolf-powered camera range during IFSEC 2012, May 14 - 17, Birmingham UK. Cameras based on Nightwolf eliminate hot spots common to IR cameras and correctly expose highlights as well as darker background details simultaneously-an unprecedented capability in the large market for IR-assisted video security cameras.
Pixim, provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced that CBC (America) has launched the new 8000 series dome cameras integrating Pixim's new Seawolf chip. The cameras are available in indoor and outdoor models with multiple mounting options.
Leading surveillance solutions provider CBC (Europe) has introduced ground-breaking high-resolution Pixim Seawolf cameras into its expanding CCTV range. Pixim imaging technology's benefits include sizeable gains in low light performance, highly accurate colour reproduction and industry leading wide dynamic range performance.
Pixim announced today the acquisition of Advasense Technologies Ltd., a developer of next generation CMOS image sensor technology located in Ra'anana, Israel. Advasense was founded with the vision of dramatically improving the image quality of cameras used in mobile applications. The company has since deployed several breakthrough innovations in high resolution image sensors requiring ever-smaller pixel sizes.
Pixim announced that Visionhitech Americas introduced new cameras integrating Seawolf, Pixim's latest chip technology. Visionhitech has developed a Seawolf-powered outdoor vandal dome (VD70D88) that is only 3" in diameter as well as a dual-voltage, true day night box camera (VC58D88).
Through Seawolf, Visionhitech's new cameras offer 690 HTVL effective resolution and the industry's proven best wide dynamic range. In addition, Seawolf-based cameras require just 0.1 lux of illumination to produce usable, color images at a full 30 frames per second.
Siqura today announced that its newest cameras will use the Seawolf image sensor from Pixim. The Seawolf imagers are renowned for their excellent image control, superior performance in extreme lighting and low-light conditions, and 690 HTVL effective resolution.
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Pixim, provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced that deView electronics has introduced eight new cameras integrating Seawolf, Pixim's newest chip. Models include box, indoor dome, vandal dome, ATM, and innovative single-gang box-in-wall-plate and name plate cameras. The Seawolf-based domes are designed with a patent-pending, quick-install adaptor for easy mounting on walls and ceilings while the name plate camera allows the end user to capture facial shots from an ordinary-looking desk name plate.
Pixim, leading provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced that Checkpoint Systems has launched an innovative Interactive Public View (IPV) monitor integrating Pixim's new Seawolf chip. The IPV monitor is designed for retail loss prevention and integrates with smart fixtures, electronic article surveillance, and RFID-based solutions. It uses customized graphics as well as audible and visual alerts to draw attention to the monitor or deliver messaging related to an alarm or event.
Pixim, a leading provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced the appointment of David Beech, a surveillance security professional with over 28 years industry experience, as channel development director EMEA.
As a member of channel marketing, Beech will be responsible for increasing the awareness of Pixim's brand as well as building channel relationships in his markets. Most recently, Beech served as managing director of dBeech Associates and cctvX, a management consulting company and electronic security distribution company.
Finding the right security camera for every application is a challenge for system integrators, installers, end users, and even manufacturers.
The Challenge for System Integrators:
Integrators have to be experts on hundreds of different kinds of cameras by dozens (or more!) of manufacturers. To make things more complicated, integrators may not, because of purchase requirements, even have access to the best cameras for a particular job.