GSX 2019: Arecont Vision Unveils ConteraIP Fisheye Dome, More

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CHICAGO — Arecont Vision Costar, a leader in network-based video surveillance solutions, released several surveillance cameras here at GSX.

The new models are all part of Arecont‘s Total Video Solution, which combines advanced megapixel cameras, video management system and video recorders in a cyber-secure, Cloud-managed offering, according to the company.

The latest models of the Total Video Solution are the ConteraIP outdoor dome EX and Bullet EX cameras. These were first unveiled at ISC West in April are now available for ordering for customer surveillance needs.

Featuring Arecont’s new advanced video analytics suite, each EX model delivers 5MP resolution. Included analytics are camera tamper detection, intrusion detection, line crossing and loitering detection. An optional additional suite of analytics is also available, including object classification (person/vehicle), object left/removed and people/vehicle counting.

Each EX model includes true day/night capabilities with integrated IR (infrared) illuminators for use indoors or out. The cameras also include a motorized varifocal lens for rapid focusing during setup and offer the full suite of Arecont single-sensor camera capabilities.

These include a SDXC card slot for onboard storage, PoE (Power over Ethernet) capability, H.264/H.265 encoders, plus advanced SNAPstream+, SmartIR, Advanced WDR and NightView technologies. EX cameras are ONVIF Profile S, G, Q, and T compliant.

Being shown for the first time is the ConteraIP fisheye dome indoor/outdoor camera, which is immediately available. This compact, low-profile single-sensor dome camera offers a full 360° image without blind spots at 12MP resolution.

The fisheye dome is an affordable panoramic camera with advanced technology including a mechanical IR cut filter for True Day/Night use, and is suitable for projects where a multisensor panoramic or Omni camera may not be warranted, according to the company.

Offering multiple dewarp display modes, the newly released PoE camera includes integrated microphone, speaker, IR illuminators, and SDXC card slot for onboard storage. H.264/H.265 encoders and advanced SNAPstream+, SmartIR, WDR and NightView technologies are included along with the standard suite of Arecont Vision Costar single-sensor camera capabilities. The new fisheye dome is ONVIF Profile S, G, and T compliant.

Arecont is also teasing the newest member of its Omni adjustable-view camera family, the LX series. Each motorized sensor gimbal in the upcoming ConteraIP Omni LX remote setup (RS) camera is equipped with a varifocal lens for hands-free setup.

Simply mount the camera, connect the IP cable and then remotely configure the device from anywhere on the network. Omni LX preset selections offer 360°, 270°, or 180° fields of view, and additional views can be set and saved by the user.

The PoE-supporting Omni LX offers a choice of 8MP or 20MP models capable of streaming video at up to 30fps, with outstanding video quality for indoor/outdoor use, during both day and night conditions, according to the company. The camera is ONVIF Profile S, G, Q, and T compliant.

Arecont is showcasing these latest solutions via live, interactive demonstrations simultaneously using both booth monitors and smartphones and tablets to access local camera video and sites across the country during GSX.

You can find these solutions in the Costar Technologies booth (#693). GSX is being held at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center through Sept. 12.

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