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Document Camera<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/elmo0807.gif" width="144" height="157" /> </div> <p>The new P100 document camera from <span class="style1">ELMO USA</span> of Plainview, New York, addresses the needs of government and law enforcement agencies. With 30-frame-per-second capability and ultra-high resolution, this compact, lightweight document camera is ideal for visual presentations and communicating with the media. The camera is HDTV-ready and compatible with PC applications and other media. It can be used in conjunction with a Smart Board display medium and other interactive whiteboards. A secure digital-storage media-card slot allows users to access stored information without using a laptop computer. An LCD monitor offers presentation control. The flexible arm broadens the camera’s reach to project three-dimensional objects and highly detailed materials of almost any kind. </p> </div>
Motion Activated Alarm<div class="body"> <p> <span class="style1">Speco Technologies</span> of Amityville, New York, has developed the Digital Deterrent System to help deter crime—not just record it. A surveillance camera that is networked to a DVR detects motion, an alarm annunciates and a custom audio-visual warning is automatically broadcast. For crime prevention, a custom sound file can be recorded, transported, and saved to the DVR’s hard drive. The motion sensor for a specific camera can trigger the audible message and a strobe light to convince the intruder that someone is watching. The device can also be used as a marketing tool—for example, delivering an advertising message to shoppers as they pass by a camera. </p> </div>
Intelligent Video Platform<div class="body"> <p> <span class="style1">On-Net Surveillance Systems</span> of Suffern, New York, has integrated advanced content analytics into its IP video surveillance software suite. The company’s solutions now enable intelligent detection and delivery of critical information extracted from live and recorded content. They facilitate efficient automation of event detection, analysis, and management processes. By intelligently filtering events, content analytics enables fewer people to monitor more locations. Content analytics and video intelligence tools can be easily integrated with other external applications, databases, and physical devices to extend functionality, and the tools can have multiple rules and schedules assigned for precise information extraction. </p> </div>
Surveillance Software<div class="body"> <p>Indianapolis-based <span class="style1">Integral Technologies, Inc.,</span> has updated its digital video surveillance software. DigitalSENTRY 4.1 includes additional IT-focused functionality and features such as enhanced video analytics and a new system health- and event-monitoring application. It gives customers access to a full suite of video analytics, including support for IP cameras and .wav file playback. It will filter displayed and recorded events based on predefined severity or threat levels. It also delivers increased capacity for IP camera count on most of the company’s video installations, increasing to 32 or 64 cameras per digital video management system, depending on the product in use. </p> </div>
Thermal Cameras<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/nightvision0807.gif" width="144" height="118" /> </div> <p> <span class="style1">Night Vision Systems</span> of Allentown, Pennsylvania, offers the NVS Pan and Tilt Series of thermal imaging cameras that combine standard CCD and thermal technology. The thermal camera enables the user to see in complete darkness and through adverse conditions, including rain, smoke, dust, and most fog. The CCD camera provides increased performance in recognition and identification. The cameras are designed for perimeter security and surveillance and feature all-weather rugged housings that are environmentally sealed, as well as 99 preset positions for perimeter scanning. Pelco and IBDSS protocols are supported, and the cameras are available with tactical or control center accessories. </p> </div>