International. Johnson Controls introduced the latest generation of its Illustra Standard cameras, which offer intelligent video analytics (IVA) for event detection.
Highlights of these new models, from the Illustra Standard series, which comply with the US National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). In addition, they have real day / night mode with intelligent IR, wide dynamic range (WDR), 3D noise reduction (DNR) and fog effect elimination, among other integrated functions to guarantee image quality.
On the other hand, these devices also offer interoperability with all video management platforms of the ONVIF protocol, this means that they are compatible with open standards.
The new cameras of the Illustra Standard series were tested to operate in temperatures between -30 °C and 60 °C. They are therefore suitable for outdoor use and can withstand harsh weather conditions, in accordance with IK10 and IP67 standards.
Antonio Olmedo, Product Marketing Manager at Johnson Controls, commented: "These new cameras reinforce Johnson Controls' commitment to developing cost-effective video surveillance solutions that take advantage of the latest technological advances and are designed for the Latin American market."
Bullet and dome options
In this series of cameras you can find models in bullet and dome of 4 MP which have the option of fixed lens. In addition, the 5 MP bullet and dome cameras feature a varifocal lens. To these options are added the multiple supports and accessories, so there is a wide range of implementation options, which fit the requirements of the site.
Illustra Standard series cameras generate high-resolution images with 4 MP and 5 MP quality at 30 fps. They support H.265/H.264/MJPEG video compression with multiple levels of video streaming settings.
Intelligent Analytics Video (VAT)
What stands out about these new devices, as previously described, is that they have intelligent analytical video, such as people counting, facial and intrusion detection, which provides key information so that the user, in the event of an adverse incident, can take action in time. Information about all events is available for forensic and live searches.
Authentication for added security
Illustra IP cameras were designed to protect against cyber threats. For added security, the camera supports three levels of user authentication, IP address filtering, and anonymous access.
In closing, Olmedo said: "We are sure that users will be surprised by the cutting-edge analytical capacity integrated in the new cameras, as it will allow them to have a safe environment for their colleagues, workers and customers, as well as protection for their assets and their property. This new line of cameras represents a great opportunity for system integrators to expand their business and help their customers get the most out of video surveillance solutions."
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