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Publicerat: 2001-05-04
Some interesting products at the NEC…

IFSEC 2001 the 21st-24th of May in Birmingham is
indeed the highlight of this years security industry
events. Many new products will be launched during the
four days at NEC in Birmingham.

We at Detektor International have checked out what the
exhibitors will have to offer and have
provided you below with a few details on a selection of
the most eye-catching attractions.

CCTV is of course one of the major product areas, as previous years.
It is obvious that the product development within this sector is highly
vital and demands a closer look.


Advanced Technology Video from Redmond, Washington, USA is pleased to
announce the release of the VIPMux, an integrated multiplexer and Video
Web Server.

Available in 4, 9 or 16 Camera views, the VIPMux uses MPEG or JPEG
compression giving you a choice of three resolution sizes for video images.
Password protected, you can use your Internet browser to view your cameras
anywhere, worldwide! The VIPMux can transmit alarm notifications, and send
automatic E-mail. Works with all operating systems in LAN (local) or WAN
(worldwide). ISDN is optional.

Axis Camera Explorer will show its software making it possible to get live
pictures directly in Windows Explorer. The program is installed in a PC and
will facilitate fast and simple contact with Axis cameras and video servers
- and the pictures processed by these. (For more info, see page 22 Detektor International).

Contex Surveillance Technology from Denmark are displaying their CCTV-systems,
based on digital video transmission with a rapid and secure alarm control, high
picture quality, secure picture logging etc.

These supervision systems consist of both hardware and software.

There are two basic versions available. The first is ReCam, which can be referred
to as a starting point. This unit has connections for eight cameras. Each camera
can co-operate with an external sensor (e.g. switches, photo beams etc). There are
also two relays to control any external equipment. Sound can be received and
transmitted without any additional wires.

Vidilapse from Contex

The system has the capability to transmit 25 frames per second through an ISDN-line.
Any PAL or NTSC camera, regardless of brand, can be used.

The second unit is called VidiLapse, and is similar to ReCam but with a built-in hard
disk. VidiLapse is available in several versions with stationary or removable hard disks.
The most powerful versions can handle 16 connected cameras and the hard disk capacity is
75 GB, which corresponds to 75 000 000 pictures or 2 months picture storage using eight

The Contex software is called DiCam, an advanced software package giving the operator a
number of functions to control a huge number of connected units. A PC operator can control
all these units, who each in turn can handle up to 16 connected cameras. Each camera can
be configured together with alarm zones. When the zone is activated an alarm is reported
automatically and a stream of pictures are sent to the alarm receiving centre. On the PC
screen in the ARC it is possible to see pictures from
16 cameras on four different ReCam/VidiLapse units simultaneously. It is also possible to
check camera parameters like resolution, brightness and contrast and, if the cameras allow
it, control P/T/Z for selected cameras.

The base communication can use almost any type of electronic communication, e.g. a standard
serial connection, TCP/IP, telephone line or cellular telephone with modem. The remote
control communication means that the operator on the same screen can supervise a storehouse
in Stockholm and a bank in Hong Kong.

The German company Convision Technology GmbH will show Convision V700 DVR, a successor
to the popular V600 series, which can record pictures over a long time period and can
be remotely programmed, maintained and made to display stored pictures.

Convision V700 from Convision Technology.

Convision V700 DVR can control six independent cameras with a recording capacity of
3-4 pictures per second. In addition, there is a video loop-through giving the possibility
to look at pictures from several DVRs used simultaneously. When an alarm is activated,
pre-event pictures can be looked at during the process of recording the actual event.
Each camera is assigned its own output. In this series there are Convision V740 DVR
(with 40 GB hard disk) and Convision V770 DVR (with 70 GB hard disk).

Both units are equipped with inputs for a key switch and six normally closed alarm sensors
e.g. movement detectors. There are also two relay alarm outputs and an output for dome
cameras, e.g. Sensormatic Speed Dome Ultra, Philips G3 AutoDome, Ernitec BDR510, Ernitec
BDR550 and ECV Telematria. Transmission takes place via Euro ISDN, 64 Kbits/s, 128 Kbit/s
RJ45 Buchse and PPP-protocol. On Ethernet 10/100MBit/s can be transferred.

Convision will also present their latest cameras and various software.