Site Map - Video Recorders


- New eBridge Ethernet Adapters from Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, offer infrastructure sustainability and extended transmission distances.


- MAXPRO Cloud from Honeywell of Louis­ville, Kentucky, is a hosted service that gives organizations access to video surveillance from any Internet connection without the need for IT expertise or challenging firewall configurations.


- RAYMAX Infra-Red LED lighting from Raytec allows video analytics to work even in the middle of the night.


- Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York, has introduced the Recording Station Appliance, a versatile IP-video solution that manages an entire surveillance infrastructure, combining a network video recorder server, storage array, client workstation, and video management software.


- Digimerge Technologies of Markham, Ontario, Canada, has introduced the DH230 Touch series of high-performance digital video recorders with advanced features. They record 480 frames per second and offer looping outputs, optional integrated optical drive, full Mac compatibility, and mobile applications for iPhone, Blackberry, Android, iPad, and Android tablet.


- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced two new H.264 network encoders that convert analog camera inputs into streamed IP video data. The encoders support both NTSC/EIA and PAL/CCIR standards.


- BriefCam, Ltd., of Neve Ilan, Israel, has launched a new version of its Video Synopsis solution for rapid review, analysis, and indexing of video. The Video Synopsis technology enables users to summarize hours of events into a “brief” that takes minutes to review, with each event indexed to the original video.


- A new entry-level high-definition video surveillance system from Honeywell of Louis­ville, Kentucky, is designed for small businesses that need high-quality images.

Audio-Video Cameras

- New IP Fixed Dome Camera models from Basler Vision Technologies of Ah­rens­burg, Germany, are equipped with a two-way audio function and a new multimedia video processor.

Video Processor

- The new re_porter-IP/SE from Geute­bruck of Windhagen, Germany, is an en­try-level solution for pure digital video surveillance systems.

Smartvue Corporation


Digital Video Recorders

- Mitusbishi Digital Electronics America of Irvine, California, has introduced new 16-channel digital video recorders with storage capacities of one or two terabytes.

DVR Lockbox

- Video Mount Products of Stevens­ville, Maryland, has introduced a new lockbox for protecting digital video re­corders.

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