AirLive, one of the most advanced worldwide brands for networking and communication equipment, will showcase newest Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) and Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) IP Cameras at Security Essen exhibition 2012, from Sept. 25-29th (Messe Essen, Hall 7, booth: 915). On Sept.26th at 5pm we will have Happy Hour party on our booth, so you are welcome to join us and enjoy refreshments and music.
The AirLive’s new Intelligent video surveillance (ISV) video analytics employ algorithms and vector partitioning to detect unexpected movement or unusual behavior that may pose a threat to people, property and infrastructure. The software filters and interprets data captured by Airlive IP cameras in circumstances where a human observer would struggle to assess developments as they arise. The analysis can be performed in real-time or retrospectively in playback for evidential purposes. Real-time messages on potential risks or situations requiring attention can take the form of audible and visual alarms, on-screen alerts, SMS messaging and direct communication with emergency services. Therefore, the common scenarios where this Airlive solution suits will be car security, abnormal pedestrian or vehicular motion, suspect packages and many others.
The AirLive’s new Polycontrast Interpherence Photography (PIP) IP cameras will be showing differences in human body energy. This method is based on fact that the human energy field interferes with photons, so this camera can see it as a different color light around the body. AirLive’s PIP IP cameras will be able to displays a live image on a PC monitor where the electrical signals from a video camera are graded into clearly visible colors representing a much finer gradation of light intensity than the image entering the camera. Light intensities are distinguished in a way that is impossible to the human eye.
So, together with previously announced FishEye IP Camera series is AirLive bringing complete solution for any surveillance deployment to Essen this year. For more information or meeting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.