NAV Adds Oncam IP, Analog 360 Degree Cameras to Surveillance Solutions Offering

| November 04, 2010

North American Video (NAV) is now offering Oncam IP, 5-megapixel and analog, 3-megapixel 360 degree cameras to its valued clients. The cameras, with Grandeye technology, enable 12-bit 5- and 3-megapixel color and image processing along with sophisticated video analytics.

Oncam Global’s cameras are designed with several features that are essential for 360 degree persistent situational awareness, including on-board camera generation of multiple, independent perspective-corrected virtual camera views (up to four), each of which can be controlled manually or by using the in-camera video analytics. The cameras also feature support for electronic pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) functionality throughout the entire 360 degree field of view during live viewing or playback.

Complete scenes can be viewed in panoramic or multi-view screen mode. The latter is supported by the camera and may be composited at the client end in either the NVR or on a PC running a standard Web browser. All Oncam 360 degree cameras generate ultra-high-resolution images that are captured using high-performance fisheye lenses. 

The IP 360 degree camera series is available in surface-mount, conceal-mounting and minidome designs. The analog 360 degree camera can be paired with the Oncam Halocorder for high-resolution 360 degree analog recording. All models are capable of generating intrusion alerts upon motion detection and other alarm events, and of notifying call centers, owners and other nominated parties via email and/or ftp, complete with images of the event. 

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