LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'ISC West 2008') -- <Visual News> ioimage presented its 3-megapixel intelligent video camera ‘mmp100dn’ with unique Picture-In-Picture (PIP) capabilities for synchronized analytics visualization and real-time monitoring and verification.
It provides easy-to-use indoor and outdoor intelligent video detection and electronic PTZ operation for security automation and high-quality security usable images.
The mmp100dn is optimized to use the same bandwidth and resolution as traditional IP security cameras but leverages the 3 megapixel sensor and 81x zoom for on-event PIP threat magnification.
The mmp100dn security camera automatically detects and tracks intruders, vehicles, and threats. It includes autonomous tracking in magnified Picture-In-Picture window, displaying both dynamic close-up tracking and full-view videos simultaneously. With this functionality, security can see both magnified images of an intruder and full field of view simultaneously. The camera can continue to detect for other threats, undistracted, while providing vivid up-close images key for identification of persons and vehicles.
The mmp100dn is a self-monitoring alternative to more expensive traditional security surveillance monitoring, security guard patrols, straight-line detectors (PIR motion detectors, security fences sensors, ground sensors, laser fences), and offers a single alternative to mechanical PTZ and stationary CCTV camera combinations. As there are no moving parts, it is ideal for PTZ functionality in areas where tradition mechanical PTZ are impractical, cost prohibitive, or prone to failure.
The mmp100dn provides a high probability of detection (PoD) and extremely low false alarm rate, making it ideal for homeland defense, critical infrastructure protection (CIP), railroad video systems, transportation safety, food supply security, retail loss prevention, industrial sites, airport complexes, military deployments, government protection, border fence initiatives, school security programs, mall surveillance, or any security application where the images need to provide close up details while the big picture remains in full-view.
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