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Sanyo of Chatsworth, Calif., has released a lineup of full high-definition (HD) 1,080p and full frame rate-compatible network cameras with multistreaming H.264 and MJPEG codecs. The offering includes four different form factors: box, dome, zoom and pan/tilt/zoom (p/t/z). SSI Staff · November 16, 2009

Arecont Vision of Glendale, Calif., introduces compact cameras with MegaFlash technology in 1.3, 2, 3 or 5 megapixel formats. The cameras can capture megapixel-quality snapshots using a high-speed shutter synchronized with an external strobe light for license plate recognition (LPR) and intelligent transportation system (ITS) applications, according to the company. The cameras can capture images of vehicles travelling up to 100 miles per hour. SSI Staff · November 16, 2009

Carson, Calif.-based Samsung Techwin America-CCTV Division announces the SVR-470, a 4-channel DVR with a self-contained 3.5-inch LCD monitor. The DVR is equipped with a built-in screen designed to reduce cost and space of extra monitoring equipment. SSI Staff · November 15, 2009

Naperville, Ill.-based Sentry 360 Security's FullSight IP is a ceiling- or wall-mounted digital video camera that uses a fisheye lens to provide complete situational awareness, according to the company. The imaging technology allows users to see, record and playback an entire 360-degree field-of-view. SSI Staff · November 15, 2009

Fluidmesh Networks, a manufacturer of wireless systems for mesh networking applications, unveils an e-learning platform to provide training and technical know-how to all its partners. November 15, 2009

Hikvision's network cameras are now fully supported by QNAP VioStor Series network video recorders (NVRs) in an effort to increase performance and quality. The company's cameras are combined with PC-less NVR solutions from QNAP Security. November 15, 2009

The Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corp.will add Firetide's streaming wireless video surveillance technology into Seoul's subway system using a mesh network. When completed in June 2010, it will be the first real-time, high-bandwidth mobile wireless video surveillance subway system in the world. November 12, 2009

Bosch Security Systems Inc. is launching a series of educational Webinars on a variety of IP video surveillance topics. The sessions will provide objective information geared toward designing high quality, reliable IP video systems. November 05, 2009

Samsung Techwin America of Carson, Calif., releases its 16-channel SVR-1670C DVR with H.264 compression technology. According to the company, the product fulfills the need for a lower bandwidth, lower storage and lower cost solution. SSI Staff · November 04, 2009

Bosch Security Systems Inc. of Fairport, N.Y., introduces the NBC-255-P IP camera. The compact camera functions as a complete network surveillance system. It comes ready to use and requires no additional equipment for recording video. SSI Staff · November 04, 2009




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