StreetVision is a unique IP-based rapid deployment surveillance solution that Boston Networks claims is capable of revolutionising redeployable camera solutions.
The native IP platform means operators can view footage anytime from anywhere and multi-megapixel footage can be stored locally or transmitted to any location.
Through StreetVision’s user interface, the live footage or recorded video can be viewed via a PC or through a dedicated iPhone, iPad or Android app.
High-quality, multi-megapixel footage can be transmitted over 3G or via wireless backhaul links, meaning StreetVision can be integrated into an existing network infrastructure without need for a radical overhaul.
StreetVision can be mounted on either a pole or a wall and is available in a number of variants, including up to a four megapixel camera offering unmanned 360-degrees viewing.
Boston Networks claims the “sheer flexibility” of the StreetVision solution makes the cost of the unit appealing and removes any service interruptions associated with analogue systems and lengthy redeployments.
Keith Anderson, chief executive officer at Boston Networks, said: “The launch of StreetVision delivers yet another compelling argument for the move to IP Video Surveillance.
”The quality, performance and simplicity which StreetVision delivers allow our customers to provide improved public safety, whilst making substantial savings on their CCTV infrastructure.
“Our dominance in the IP CCTV space continues to grow and StreetVision provides a further method of delivering tangible savings on both capital and revenue costs by using smarter technology.”