360 Vision Technology show low-power consumption and Hybrid camera ranges at Global MSC Conference & Exhibition 2019
UK CCTV manufacture 360 Vision Technology, will be showing their latest range of high-performance surveillance cameras at Global MSC Conference & Exhibition 2019, The Bristol Hotel, Bristol, 11/12 November.
Helping CCTV system operators to reduce their carbon footprint and cost of ownership, 360 Vision will be showing their latest range of low-power consumption surveillance cameras that offer greater energy savings, allied to lower running costs.
“On larger projects, the latest ranges of Predator and Invictus PTZ cameras deliver tangible savings on energy and a reduction in associated pollution, offering significant advantages over Far East camera alternatives,” says Adrian Kirk, Strategic Account Director at 360 Vision. “As an example, featuring a host of performance and user centric operational benefits, the highly competitive all-in-one Invictus PTZ camera is already a popular choice for Local Authority system upgrades, as customers look at total cost of ownership and viable solutions to help them meet their carbon footprint reduction goals.”
Meeting the demand for CCTV cameras deployed roadside to be ‘fit for purpose’, on show will be 360 Vision cameras featuring accurate self-calibrating Direct Drive pan & tilt mechanisms with a novel ‘Attack Detect’ feature. This feature protects the camera from an increase in camera load (such as the camera being struck by an object). On detection, the camera runs an automated ‘self-check’ routine and returns the camera head to its last known position prior to impact.
“Public space CCTV and cameras securing perimeters typically operate adjacent to roads with a heightened risk of impact from vehicles, be it accidentally or maliciously,” Adrian continues. “Installing 360 Vision ruggedised cameras with Attack Detect into those locations provides customers with a fit for purpose ‘Rugged at the roadside’ solution, that will ensure continued surveillance performance, even under attack.”
Supporting the needs of customers operating analogue-based CCTV systems, 360 Vision will also be showing their range of ‘Hybrid’ analogue/digital cameras. “Comprising a high-performance mono/colour analogue camera, with a combined HD Ready digital output, these cameras can be used to replace or supplement existing analogue PTZ cameras,” says Adrian. “Providing true future proof functionality, they also support a transition to IP networks, with their HD digital output available at the flick of a switch.”
360 Vision Technology are inviting Global MSC Conference delegates to find out more about how the company’s low-power consumption analogue, HD, Thermal, Radar, and wireless CCTV camera models can help them to save on operational costs, whilst delivering high-performance surveillance.