CBC to demonstrate advanced surveillance at Counter Terror Expo 2011

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Leading surveillance solutions provider CBC (Europe) will be demonstrating a range of advanced CCTV systems on its stand B112 at Counter Terror Expo, designed to meet the specific requirements of users including government bodies, military forces, the security services, and law enforcement agencies.

CBC manufacturers an extensive variety of counter-terrorism solutions, with its high quality Computar lenses complementing the Ganz range of electronic systems. These include the VSoIP end-to-end IP video management solution. VSoIP uses Ganz Video Content Analysis (VCA).

Ganz VCA’s functions include abandoned/removed object detection, vehicle monitoring, people counting and intruder detection, and its edge-based architecture offers advantages that include removing any single point of failure and providing real-time analytics information as it happens in front of the camera.

CBC will additionally be displaying VSoIP Go, its brand new one-box solution for viewing, recording and management of IP cameras/encoders. VSoIP Go will line-up alongside CBC’s latest IP C-AllView PTZ camera, offering 530TVL images plus either 30x or 36x optical zoom views. Its key features include H.264 compression and a built-in wiper unit for its flat toughened glass window.

The Ganz C-AllView range also includes optical, infrared and thermal cameras, which can interface seamlessly with CBC’s Radar Vision system. This provides all-round site security using multiple integrated technologies, capable of tracking and verifying intruders at distances up to 800m (per unit), and also ensures 360° coverage. A Radar Vision system coupled with a C-AllView dual optical/thermal or Night Vision camera can observe people, animals and vehicles without the need for artificial lighting, Working in conjunction C-AllView cameras, Radar Vision provides images in fog, mist, rain and snow conditions.

Counter Terror Expo visitors to CBC’s stand in the Grand Hall at Olympia, from 19th-20th April, will also be able to see CBC’s Thru Vision series day night cameras. Engineered to sharpen and increase visibility in conditions where fog, haze, smog, sand or rain impede outdoor video surveillance, they use real-time ‘MIST’ technology to focus through obstacles present in the atmosphere that can obstruct or deteriorate video image quality. The 540 TVL cameras’ dynamic range control function detects and measures image intensity on the screen. By digitally adjusting colour and contrast, poor quality images caused by environmental factors are automatically corrected.

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