IP cameras

Oct. 1, 2016
Collection of products for the cable markets.
Low-light cameras

Honeywell of Northford, CT offers a new line of IP cameras featuring low-light capabilities, allowing them to work nearly anywhere, the company says. “With the new equIP and HDZ PTZ cameras, you can receive accurate, high-quality color surveillance in any low-light conditions, allowing you to reduce potential risk and make informed decisions,” Honeywell adds. “WDR [wide dynamic range] ensures you have continuous high-resolution video in contrasting levels of light, which allows you to accurately identify people and objects.”

The HDZ PTZ cameras are ONVIF S-compliant, and the equIP cameras are ONVIF S- and G-compliant allowing these cameras to integrate with most network video recorder (NVR) systems, including Honeywell’s MaxPro NVR. Honeywell’s video portfolio also includes the Performance Series, embedded NVRs, MaxPro Cloud, and Xtralis analytics.

Honeywell, www.security.honeywell.com

Video intelligence analytics

Tyco Security Products recently introduced video intelligence analytics at the edge for Illustra IP cameras. Users of Illustra IP cameras now have access to “powerful video intelligence analytics to automatically analyze captured video and alert users of specific motion-detected activities,” the company says. “The new intelligence analytics alert operators of key events that need immediate attention for perimeter detection in airports and critical infrastructure and give additional insight to daily operations, such as crowd monitoring for retail applications.”

Illustra video intelligence analytics are available on the Illustra Pro 2, 3 and 5 megapixel minidome IP cameras. Tyco Security Products adds that the analytics are easily integrated with American Dynamics VideoEdge network video recorders and victor video management system. The analytics offer the following new video analytic rule options: object removed, linger, abandoned object, enter/exit, crowd formation, and dwell analysis.

Tyco Security Products, www.illustracameras.com

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