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- A new range of professional CCTV solutions from Y3K of Croydon, United Kingdom, offer various levels of image quality and features for nearly every application and business. Solutions include dome, bullet, and pan-tilt-zoom cameras; re­corders; monitors; and complete systems in 960p HD and 1080p resolutions. These new additions to the Xvision and IQCCTV brands will offer a flexible surveillance solution that requires minimal installation experience.

Video Accessories

- Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, has launched a new line of HDMI products, including cables, adapters, and electronics that will work with the company’s CCTV products, as well as other manufacturers’ DVRs and monitors.


- The airVision 2 is a complete, integrated video surveillance system from Ubiquiti Networks, Inc., of San Jose, California.


- AMG Panogenics of Dorking, United Kingdom, has introduced a solution to address remote CCTV applications where there is no cabling infrastructure.


- Samsung Techwin America of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, has launched two new HDTV CCTV systems for applications where detail is important, such as reading license plate numbers and monitoring retail transactions.


- The H3 platform with High-Definition Stream Management technology from Avigilon of Vancouver, Canada, provides image clarity while reducing bandwidth and storage requirements.

Analog Surveillance

- The new videoPLUS line of analog CCTV products from GVI Security of Carrollton, Texas, is designed to offer full-featured surveillance at an affordable price. The family includes box, dome, bullet, and pan-tilt-zoom cameras, as well as professional monitors and digital video re­cord­ers.

Covert Surveillance

- SG Systems UK Limited of Amesbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom, has launched the PUMA covert CCTV system. The rug­ged, compact system uses an exceptionally stable transmission platform that of­fers high-quality, low-latency video images and record­ings.





Compact Encoder

- Axis Communications of Chelms­ford, Massachusetts, has introduced a small, cost-effective, one-channel video encoder with H.264 video compression.

Handheld Video

- CCTV systems from Geutebruck GmbH of Windhagen, Germany, can now be accessed and operated from a BlackBerry. Users can view pictures, control dome and pan-tilt cameras, receive pictures and alarm information, and rely on the alarm handling system to document alarm responses and resets.

Digital Recorder

- The new Pelco DX8100 Series DVR is designed for mid-range professional security applications. With new software enhancements, the recorder has expanded audio capability and video output, improved privacy policy features, and unlimited multicast connections for live view via the Web-client. Made by Pelco of Clovis, California, the recorder has improved search capabilities that enable users to find a security incident in less than ten seconds. A data retention time limit feature helps companies comply with privacy policies.

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