The IndigoVision IP camera range has been expanded with the launch of the new 5-megapixel (5 MP) cameras. These high resolution cameras deliver good image quality and significant storage cost savings with all the benefits of IndigoVision’s unique Distributed Network Architecture (DNA).
The features of the 5 MP camera range include; 12 frames per second (12 fps) at 5 MP resolutions, lower bandwidth requirements through advanced H.264 compression, superior low-light and Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) performance and up to four simultaneous video streams each with an independent resolution setting, all in a camera that is ONVIF conformant.
“The IndigoVision 5 MP camera range has been developed to work within IndigoVision’s Distributed Network Architecture (DNA), removing the requirement for a management server,” stated Tom Frame, IndigoVision system architect. “The use of a centralised management server in surveillance systems creates a dangerous single point of failure which places fundamental limitations on scalability as well as increasing total system cost. These weaknesses become even more visible when systems need high megapixel cameras.”
IndigoVision’s Distributed Network Architecture (DNA) delivers scalability, reduces the time for operators to access live and recorded video, removes any single point of failure and dramatically reduces the total cost of ownership.
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