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High-Definition Network DVR

High-Definition Network DVR

IRES Technology’s new Pentaplex DVR employs a high-profile hybrid engine to deliver the effect of H.264 compression without any compromise on features, functions, or performance. The product is easy to operate via the included USB mouse or remote control and has crystal clear picture quality, both over the network and during playback.

April 1, 2009

Telescopic Pole Camera for Patrol

Telescopic Pole Camera for Patrol

TacView is announcing an affordable IR/color telescopic pole camera designed to be carried in a patrol car trunk. Because its original SWAT version was also popular with patrol officers, TacView now has a new version, the TacView PV (patrol version), that is designed to be carried in a patrol car trunk.

December 1, 2008

VRAD Video Radiological Adapter

VRAD Video Radiological Adapter

Zistos Corp.’s new patent pending VRAD Video Radiological Adapter generates an early warning by enunciating radiological alarm events on the surveillance video screen. This can alarm against an act of terrorism or industrial sabotage, using a dirty bomb or radiological materials as a contaminant. The system cost-effectively adds radiological detection into fixed or mobile surveillance camera systems using existing video cameras, cables, and monitors.

November 1, 2008

Fully Adjustable Infrared Illuminator

Fully Adjustable Infrared Illuminator

Videolarm’s IR200-36 Infrared Illuminator for night video surveillance illuminates distances from 100 feet to 660 feet. With the IR illuminator’s patent-pending adjustment mechanism, the projecting beam angle can be easily adjusted manually from 30, 45, and 60 degrees using any flat-head screwdriver.

August 1, 2008

Upgraded DVR System

Panasonic Computer Solutions has upgraded its Toughbook Arbitrator solid-state digital video recording system with double the video storage and more enhancements for managing video evidence. The system now uses Insight Video Net’s I-Vision Central Management System (CMS) to archive, search, manage, and track video evidence.

July 1, 2007

Ultra-Compact DVR

Ultra-Compact DVR

The new Recon digital video recorder from Fast Forward Video (FFV) has optional USB, CF, SMPTE timecode, and serial digital interface (SDI) features for increased flexibility. The Recon DVR is an ultra-compact board-level digital video recorder.

June 1, 2007

Video Capture System

Video Capture System

Salient Stills’ VFSource video import, screen capture, analog capture, and conversion system is designed to allow law enforcement to quickly and easily capture surveillance and security video, for immediate use and forensics. VFSource captures video from a wide variety of analog and digital sources.

June 1, 2007

Digimerge Network DVRs

Offered in 4-, 9-, and 16-channel model configurations, the DHT Series Network Digital Video Recorder features an optional 3.5-inch LCD display built into the front control panel, a USB interface for copying images to flash memory, MJPEG video compression, two hard drives for up to 600 GB of data storage, and a handheld remote controller.

August 1, 2006

L-3 Communications Infrared Dual-Sensor Camera

The Thermal-Eye 2400xp unites visible and thermal imaging in one camera. The 2400xp uses L-3’s Gold-Standard Barium Strontium Titanate (BST) thermal imaging technology to provide a clear 320-by-240-pixel image, while the high-resolution, fully automatic charge-coupled device (CCD) visible camera is equipped with a 25X optical zoom and 12X digital zoom.

June 1, 2006

InterAct Public Safety Systems Video Surveillance System

InterAct Public Safety Systems’ TrueSentry Version 6.0 is an improved IP-based video security monitoring solution. TrueSentry Version 6.0 features out-of-the-box support for more than 80 camera models; new intelligent video content analytics; clear digital video feeds; and programmable, image-sharpening tools that focus in on suspicious targets. The solution allows designated users to view video from remote sites via the Web and has upgraded mapping capabilities.

February 1, 2006

Cineflex Infrared Aerial Camera System

Designed for law enforcement, border security, and homeland defense missions, the Cineflex V14 Magnum LE is a gyro-stabilized aerial camera system that features a high-definition, dual-sensor, infrared camera. With 1920 x 1080 lines of resolution, the camera provides aerial crews with a high level of detail in both daytime and nighttime settings.

September 1, 2005

Supercircuits Outdoor Surveillance Technology

Supercircuits’ WatchBox is self-powered, which allows for wireless remote viewability in a custom and cost-effective security system. Through active monitoring, the WatchBox is currently being used by law enforcement to observe illegal dump areas, drug fields, and dangerous intersections. The WatchBox is equipped with an unobtrusive design, weatherproof NEMA 4X enclosure, and an infrared camera option for nighttime viewing.

August 1, 2005

Remington Technologies Eye Ball R1 Surveillance System

Remington Technologies Division has just released a very unusual tactical video system. Called the Eye Ball R1, the system consists of a 360-degree video camera encased in a hard plastic ball that can be rolled or thrown into hostile environments, even through windows. The Eye Ball can capture video and audio information and send it to a display up to 200 feet away. When attached to a wire or a poll, the Eye Ball can be used to search basements, attics, and stairwells.

May 1, 2005

Wireless Automated Surveillance Package

American Innovations' W.A.S.P. (wireless automated surveillance package) is a covert motion-activated monitoring system with no telltale wires or antennas. To use the W.A.S.P., charge your video camera, position it, and wait. The system transmits video through walls, floors, and ceilings up to 300 feet to a receiver built into an event recorder.

October 1, 2002

Wireless Internet Camera

Colorado Video's latest wireless Internet camera enables users to view any remote site within the CDPD (Cellular Digital Packet Data) cell phone service area. Users can view snapshots taken by the camera by typing the camera’s unique IP address into any Web browser, including Netscape and Internet Explorer.

May 1, 2002