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IndigoVision previews BX Panoramic Dome Camera at IFSEC

Posted 23 June 2017 · Add Comment

IndigoVision this week provided a preview of its new BX Panoramic Dome Camera during IFSEC International 2017, which took place at the ExCel, London, 20–22 June.

With four ultra-low light HD sensors, built-in IR and WDR, the BX Panoramic Dome Camera displays 180 degree panoramic video in all scenarios.

Sensor locations are pre-set so that you can adjust the tilt and itv is ready to use.

Installed with a single PoE+ cable, the BX Panoramic camera (right) is IK10 and suitable for both internal and external installations. Powerful analytics including Motion Detection, Hooded, Tripwire, Intrusion, Abandoned and Missing are available across the entire 180 degree panoramic scene which is seamlessly stitched together. Integrated with Control Center, IndigoVision’s powerful and open Software Management Solution, footage is viewed and exported in a single seamlessly stitched together image direct from the camera.

“The new BX Panoramic Dome Camera is a fantastic addition to our extensive camera portfolio. With built-in IR and 45 degree lens coverage from each camera lens this camera provides no blind spots.” said Paul Theasby, IndigoVision’s Chief Operations Officer, “That coupled with the seamless stitching of all images direct from the camera into Control Center and a wide range of analytics make it the perfect for outstanding video quality in all scenarios.”

 

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