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The RV30, X-Series pan and tilt (PTZ) dome cameras from the UK manufacturer Redvision now fully integrate with the open platform, video management software (VMS) provider, Digifort, available exclusively through the distributor Security Buying Group.
Operators can enjoy variable speed PTZ operation, with flexible control options. The dome’s wiper, IR and white light illumination can be switched on automatically, manually or scheduled using the Digifort client and all dome pre-sets and tours are remotely configurable.
Analytics profiles can be set up for each dome preset. The Digifort VMS reads the x, y and z coordinates of the PTZ preset, allowing users to assign analytics profiles to each one. The analytics set up in scheduled presets and preset tours can then be tailored to day-time, night-time, weekend, holiday and alarm operation.
Dermot Grace, managing director of UK manufacturer, Redvision, said: “Digifort is a scalable VMS with analytics built-in. It gives customers a robust, server-based recording and control platform for the X-SERIES™, with the ability to enhance system effectiveness and operation using advanced, easily set up, analytics. It has flexible display, storage, operator and channel expansion options and, with our cameras, is ideal for public space, retail, transport, MoD, custodial, education, stadia and industrial markets.”
Redvision adds that the RV30 X-Series PTZ cameras, pictured, provide Full HD video stream recording, with lower resolution sub-streams for remote control, display and transmission. The RV30 range has 1080p and 720p resolution options, viewing events from 120 and 150 metres, respectively, and the makers claim identifying people at 40m or 60 metres. Visit www.redvisioncctv.com.