Bosch adds outdoor dome cameras to HD portfolio
1 April 2011, CCTV, Surveillance
State-of-the-art technology for AutoDome 800 series.
Bosch Security Systems introduces the AutoDome 800 Series HD high-speed pan-tilt-zoom cameras. With 360° of coverage, the cameras provide superior optical resolution and day/night functionality, giving customers high-definition imaging in outdoor conditions. They solve a range of surveillance challenges for traffic and transportation applications, industrial sites, government facilities and parking garages.
A 1/3 inch progressive scan CMOS sensor gives customers 200x zoom (20x optical/10x digital) and HD imaging to make it easier to identify fine features in a scene, such as faces or licence plates. 720p resolution at 60 images per second provides smooth, detailed video of fast moving objects. 1080p resolution at 30 images per second delivers six times the detail level of standard definition cameras, ensuring crisp video even when customers zoom in digitally to extend the camera’s range. In addition, the 16:9 aspect ratio increases situational awareness by maximising the field of view without compromising image clarity.
The AutoDome 800 Series HD Cameras include intelligent video analysis (IVA) software that automatically processes video signals and alerts operators to potential security risks. The higher pixel densities captured by the cameras enable optimised performance of IVA with improved detection for loitering, perimeter breaches and other potential threats.
With quad-streaming, the AutoDome 800 Series HD Cameras feature simultaneous streaming of high-quality video with differing frame rate and resolution settings for flexibility in system design. For example, customers can select 1080p or 720p HD video with H.264 Main Profile compression for live viewing and recording while sending JPEG images to a hand-held device.
For ease of use, 99 preset positions enable users to view critical monitoring areas with the touch of a button. The cameras also allow 24 privacy masks to ensure sensitive areas can not be seen.
The AutoDome 800 Series HD Cameras are designed to be simple to install. Pre-terminated, colour-coded wiring and a quick connect system between the camera and mount make installation faster than other pan-tilt-zoom domes. The cameras also conform to the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard, making them easy to integrate with other IP video equipment, regardless of manufacturer.
The heavy-duty, tamper-resistant aluminium housing is rated to IP 66 to provide uncompromised functionality even in dusty and potentially wet environments.
For more information on the AutoDome 800 Series HD Cameras, visit www.autodome.com
For more information contact Bosch Security Systems, +27 (0)11 651 9818, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.boschsecurity.co.za
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