Hassle free video recording for asset protection

February 2005 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Video Domain Technologies has developed, and is marketing, an all-in-one, palm-sized visual evidence recorder. The innovative, award-winning concept of including motion sensors, covert cameras and a digital video recorder in a single detector case has revolutionised the digital evidence recording market. The MemoCam units - distributed locally by Emergency Reaction Services - are self-contained digital cameras that snap pictures onto a memory card. The cameras are built into standard looking infrared detector units and desk clocks. Depending on the size of the memory card used, they can take and store over 60 000 pictures for future reference.

These self-contained units can be left unattended for extended periods of time and set to keep recording until the memory card is full and then recording over the oldest pictures or to stop when full. The unit can be triggered by dry contacts, video motion detection, by the built in PIR, the remote control or by the internal scheduler. Images are secured with embedded digital keys and are dated for integrity. For image analysis, the MMC memory card is simply removed from the MemoCam unit for immediate viewing on a PC or pocket PC. The MemoCam also features communications capabilities via an RS485 port. MemoCam units are fully programmable through their own user-friendly software interface using a standard MMC reader. MemoCam units are available in a range of versions including standalone units, car units, mobile units, networked models managed from anywhere, anytime via the Internet, and desktop clock models. MemoCam is a popular addition to an existing security system. Simply replace an exiting infrared detector with a MemoCam unit and you have visual evidence when the alarm is activated. Now you can see the action that triggered the alarm.

For more information contact Emergency Reaction Services, 011 234 6000, info@ersos.co.za, www.emergencyreaction.com


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