IndigoVision launches PTZ IP dome

March 2009 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

IndigoVision has introduced a new 9000 H.264 PTZ IP dome that overcomes the high data rates or loss of video quality associated with traditional IP domes when a camera is moving. The system reduces high-bandwidth bursts during pan and tilt movement, through the use of an algorithm that automatically adapts the compression to suit the type of movement. The result is improved video compression without losing picture quality during high-motion periods.

IndigoVision’s range of 9000 PTZ IP domes are designed to be used with the company’s IP Video solution and have advanced H.264 compression technology built-in. The cameras can deliver high-quality video at 4SIF 25/30 fps with a guarantee that no frames will be dropped even in high-motion scenes.

The 9000 PTZ cameras are compatible with IndigoVision’s Control Center Video and Alarm Management software and its range of network video recorders (NVRs). The 9000 range provides the same high quality, low-latency video that has been delivered by the company’s 8000 MPEG-4 based systems but with a reduction of up to 50% in bandwidth and storage requirement.



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