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New VideoIQ all-in-one camera system

23-08-2011
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Zone Advanced Protection Systems, a leading digital security company, has introduced a new line of VideoIQ's intelligent video surveillance systems.

The iCVR line of cameras set a new benchmark in delivering real-time threat detection and guard level security at a fraction of the cost.

They also eliminate the need for expensive storage as well as the bandwidth constraints traditionally associated with surveillance.

Also, users benefit from proactive surveillance with leading analytics, which help prevent incidents before they occur while dramatically simplifying deployment.

The outstanding range is specifically designed to meet the market's demand to extract more accurate and effective information from video surveillance quickly, simply and cost effectively. It includes the iCVR dome and box cameras, iCVR encoders, and the iCST line of streaming cameras and encoders.

Beyond conventional megapixel cameras, the iCVR cameras deliver full 1080p resolution and frame rate, zero bandwidth use, edge recording, self-learning analytics and support for IQTrack – automatic digital PTZ zoom and track.

The range uses highly sophisticated and patented adaptive video analytic technology, which is the only technology in the world capable of processing full megapixel streams on-camera to produce the highest accuracy and greatest range. As a result, iCVR-HD analytics deliver over twice the range of D1 analytics.

In addition, with a wider field of view and higher resolution than standard resolution cameras, they capture greater detail and track objects for longer periods of time, delivering better context and perspective on suspicious behavior.

Also, the camera's real-time threat detection is capable of uniquely distinguishing people, vehicles and boats from other objects, animals, and scene movements regardless of the weather and lighting conditions.

VideoIQ users will also benefit from 100 per cent self-calibrating analytics. This virtually eliminates the need to tune or adjust them during installation.

The analytics calibrate in minutes and not only maintain, but actually fine tune calibration over time.

Each of the VideoIQ security cameras also feature up to half a terabyte of intelligent, onboard Network Video Recorder (NVR) storage, where months worth of recording can be retained. The result is zero bandwidth recording/network traffic, curbing the need to stream high-resolution images across a network to a central NVR, until on-demand searches are required.

Zone Advanced Protection Systems
Ph: 02 9634 9700
www.zoneaps.com.au

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