Securex 2005 was the platform for the successful launch of a range of new surveillance solutions from Sony.
"Sony has many years of experience in the development of video monitoring products and systems," says Sony Business SA product manager, Will Klopper. "We demonstrated how we have drawn on all these strengths to offer a new generation of all-network video monitoring solutions that reduce the cost and increase the flexibility of video monitoring applications of all kinds."
On display was the Sony SNC-M1 video network camera featuring MPEG4 data compression for clear, smooth reproduction of live moving images at frame rates up to 30 fps (QVGA resolution) and audio over a standard DSL connection.
The versatile, easy-to-install SNC-M3 mini-dome camera - ideal for discreet installation in virtually any environment - was also unveiled. Delivering crisp, clear pictures at up to 30 fps with QVGA resolution, the SNC-M3 is comprehensively equipped with a wide range of useful features including two-way audio, smart motion vector detection and e-mail alarm notification.
The SNC-RZ25P is equipped with a 100Base-TX/10Base-T network interface and a built-in web server. The SNC-RZ25P is PTZ-capable with a pan range of 340°, a tilt range of 120°, plus an 18x optical zoom capability. Sony ExwaveHAD technology allows the SNC-RZ25P to give outstanding performance in monitoring and surveillance applications dealing with very low light conditions.
Designed to offer a real 360° view, the new Sony panoramic camera module takes surveillance technology to a whole new level with all-round imaging that you can view in realtime.
Sony has released the RPU-C352 panoramic camera locally as an OEM module aimed at value-added manufacturers and integrators.
Sony also demonstrated the SNC-DF70P, a ruggedised day/night network mini-fixed dome camera. MPEG-4 compression with Adaptive Rate Control ensures stable, high quality pictures with network-efficient bandwidth requirements, delivering high frame rates up to 30 fps at QVGA resolution via the 1/4 type IT Super HAD CCD sensor.
"Remote video monitoring over a network has never been easier," comments Klopper. "With Sony network camera, set-up is simple and more cost effective than conventional CCTV systems."
For more information contact Will Klopper, Sony Business SA, 011 690 3200.
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