Bolide Technology Group
Bolide Technology Group, announced the launch of its latest product, the 4K panoramic video surveillance camera iPac 180. A "cutting-edge device that is the future of security technology" pus according to the brand offers unparalleled visibility and coverage for all your surveillance needs.
This panoramic video surveillance camera is a high-tech 180-degree camera that captures every angle of your surroundings in crisp 4K video. "With its advanced features and analytics, it is designed to provide comprehensive surveillance coverage for a wide range of applications, whether you need to monitor a large commercial space, a public area or private property, the 4K iPAC-180 offers unparalleled performance and reliability."
According to Bolide, one of the key features of this panoramic camera is its ability to see in color both day and night. "With this camera, you can rest assured that your surveillance images will be clear, detailed, and easy to see."
This solution also includes advanced analytics and motion detection, allowing you to customize your surveillance settings and receive alerts when you suspect activity is detected. Through integrated red and blue flashing lights like those of a police car, it can indicate an alarm. Your microphone is used to have two-way communication.
Another benefit of the panoramic video surveillance camera is its ease of installation and use. With its intuitive interface and easy-to-use controls, this camera can be installed and configured in minutes. This camera can be integrated with any system through ONVIF or work independently, thanks to its storage, through a Micro SD, with up to 256GB capacity.
"We are thrilled to introduce our iPAC-180 4K panoramic camera to our customers," said Alex Salinas, vice president of Bolide. "This camera came to change the rules of the game in security technology, providing unparalleled visibility both day and night and coverage for all your surveillance needs. We believe this camera will become a must-have, part of many projects, from 'City Surveillance' to large open warehouse spaces."