Archive for January, 2012

Toshiba Unveils New Wireless 2MP IP Video Camera

Posted in Low Cost, Wireless with tags , , , , , on January 25, 2012 by zackduncan

Toshiba IK-WB16A-WToshiba has just unveiled a new security camera designed to make wireless security solutions easier for indoor use. The new camera comes to us as the IK-WB16A-W 2MP IP camera, which is also equipped with 802.11n wireless connectivity as well as a whole host of other features that are sure to make any indoor wireless security surveillance system go up with ease.

The camera’s megapixel resolution allows a single model of the IK-WB16A-W to wirelessly capture an overview of a large room or space, which makes it especially useful in areas like grocery stores, shopping malls, casinos, parking garages, storage rooms, warehouses, etc… In addition to that, the camera is also capable of capturing high-detail situations, including close-ups on the smallest of objects.

The wireless flexibility of the IK-WB16A-W, as well as versatile PTZ functionality, allows installers to have a greater amount of freedom when mounting the camera, including areas that aren’t wired with Ethernet cabling. After the camera is installed, its live video can be viewed and camera movements can be controlled via a network linked PC, notebook, tablet or smartphone.

The IK-WB16A-W also supports simultaneous quad-streaming of MPEG-4 and MJPEG video in a plethora of resolutions in order to provide both higher quality and optimal bandwidth formats. A maximum of ten clients can also simultaneously access live video streams as well as record video directly onto a PC hard drive or NVR.

In addition to that, the camera also features a Micro SD card slot for local storage, just in case you lose connection. An advanced 1/3.2″ CMOS progressive scan sensor also delivers flicker-free, ultra-sharp color video up to 30 FPS without any picture blur and user-selectable resolutions range from megapixel 1,600 x 1,200 to cellphone size 176 x 144 pixels. In addition to that, there is also a 4x digital zoom for higher resolution settings.

The IK-WB16A-W camera package includes free versions of Toshiba camera recording software that enables video recording, exporting and uploading, motion detection and alarm recording, auto PTZ and two-way audio communication.

Source: Security Park – Introducing wireless 2MP IP Video Surveillance Camera from Toshiba

Spy Alarms – Introducing wireless 2MP IP Video Surveillance Camera from Toshiba

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TRENDnet Set to Release 12 New IP Cameras

Posted in Low Cost with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 13, 2012 by zackduncan

TRENDnet logoTRENDnet, one of the more popular best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware manufacturers out there, has just announced the launch of twelve new IP cameras set to come out over the next six months. The announcement was made at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show where TRENDnet was on hand with a number of different products.

TRENDnet  currently offers a total of 23 unique IP cameras that are aimed at consumer, small office/home office and small to medium-sized businesses. The company is planning on further expansion in its market leadership position with the launch of the twelve new IP cameras from now until June.

TRENDnet’s new camera line will come with upgraded imaging technology, as well as advanced features to market at a lower price point for consumers. Eight out of the twelve cameras will feature megapixel image resolution and advanced image compression technology and six of the cameras will feature high speed wireless with the other six offering Power over Ethernet (PoE).

As far as accessibility goes, all of the cameras will come with wall and ceiling brackets as well as off-white camera housings that blend in nicely with walls and ceilings. All of TRENDnet’s cameras also come with complimentary camera management software that allows the management of up to 32 cameras on a single network.

Advanced features also include powerful motion detection software and recording, email alerts and scheduled recording sessions. In addition to that, TRENDnet  offers free mobile applications that allow you to enable live IP camera video viewing on 3G or 4G mobile devices, like your smartphone, laptop or tablet.

The twelve new IP cameras being released are the TV-IP672PI, TV-IP672P, TV-IP672WI, TV-IP672W, TV-IP572PI, TV-IP572P, TV-IP572WI, TV-IP572W, TV-IP651WI, TV-IP651W, TV-IP551WI and the TV-IP551W.

Source: Benchmark Reviews – TRENDnet New IP Cameras Announced

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Revolutionary Concepts Integrating EyeTalk IP Cameras with Handheld Technology

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on January 3, 2012 by zackduncan

security camera feedRevolutionary Concepts Incorporated has achieved a lot of big milestones in its attempt to deliver a plethora of apps for its EyeTalk IP camera technology which promotes preemption, prevention and peace of mind for its customers. Recent patent approvals, along with the signing of SIS Development Incorporated and the pending acquisition of Security Solutions & Management, LLC, have allowed Revolutionary Concepts Incorporated to begin to find its niche in access control, entry management and monitoring technology.

The new patented capabilities of EyeTalk represent a breakthrough development enhancing traditional monitoring and surveillance systems by adding applications that allow customers to have two-way audio and visual communication through their smartphones, tablets or other handheld devices.

The preemptive design of Revolutionary Concept Incorporated’s technology allows the commercial or residential consumer to identify and communicate with an individual remotely as they enter the perimeter of the property being monitored. This allows you to do things like instruct a delivery driver where to leave a package or conduct virtual visits with people.

In addition to that, police departments and security companies will have the assistance of event monitoring centers streaming real time video to their hand held devices while a crime is taking place. This provides these departments with valuable information that could be key in catching whoever was responsible or stopping a crime before or as it is happening.

According to President and CEO of Revolutionary Concepts Incorporated Ronald Carter, “Based on proven concepts and feasibility studies through two complete prototypes, I believe Revolutionary Concepts is moving into an arena where demand has indicated tremendous opportunities for growth.”

It seems that a lot of companies are integrating security camera technology with handheld devices. This is definitely a great way to keep tabs on your camera feeds from anywhere in the world whenever you need to.

Source: Market Watch – Revolutionary Concepts, Inc. Set to Integrate Its EyeTalk IP Camera With Multi-Billion Dollar Smartphone and Handheld Industry

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