Webinar: How Light Sensors Can Transform Critical Infrastructure Security Design
Register today for the Dec. 11 webinar, which will focus on how the Sony SNC-VB770 4K camera system can be leveraged for critical infrastructure projects.
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Installing security contractors that are involved in providing video surveillance solutions for critical infrastructure projects won’t want to miss the next installment of SSI’s Webcast Series.
When it comes to securing ports, bridges, power facilities and all category of critical infrastructure it seems that one key component is being able to see beyond the visible. Advancements in sensors, optics and processing have moved the industry forward in this pursuit.
One camera in particular has changed how designers view their security strategy: the SNC-VB770 Ultra High-Sensitivity 4K Network Camera by Sony.
To detail how this advanced camera differentiates, SSI Senior Editor Rodney Bosch will moderate a Dec. 11 webinar with Sony Video Security’s Kayce Baker, regional marketing manager – North America, and Scott Jolma, senior security systems design engineer.
Baker and Jolma will cover topics that include:
- 12-megapixel, 35mm full frame Exmor CMOS sensor
- Ultra-high sensitivity: minimum illumination 0.004 lx @ 30 IRE, or 0.006 lx @ 50 IRE
- 4K or Full HD 30 fps smooth color video in near pitch-black conditions
Baker and Jolma will also discuss Sony’s “Try N’ Buy Program,” which allows installing security contractors to evaluate the award winning Sony SNC-VB770 4K camera system at no cost before purchase.
You can register for the webinar here.
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