Latest video security innovations from Sony unveiled at ISC West

Latest video security innovations from Sony unveiled at ISC West

Source: Sony Video Security driven by Bosch Date: 2019/04/12

Shown for the first time at ISC West in Las Vegas, a range of new network cameras underlines the successful partnership between Sony and Bosch that leverages both companies' complementary skills in cutting-edge digital image sensing and processing technologies.

Sony's star product at ISC West is the SNC-WL862 Multi-Sensor Adjustable Dome Network Camera. Ideal for high quality "all round" video monitoring in corporate environments and public spaces, it captures detail-packed images with a total resolution of 20 megapixels via four independent five megapixels CMOS image sensors and varifocal lenses. This allows to view four different regions of interest simultaneously, simplifying installation and lowering costs by reducing the total number of cameras needed. Offering 360⁰ video coverage from one camera with a single IP address, the rugged SNC-WL862 is armored with a robust IP66 and IK10-rated housing to withstand rain, dust and vandalism.

In addition, six brand new EMX-series minidome cameras answer customer demand for smooth, stable images and intelligent analytics at a compelling price. Inside SNC-EMX30 models, Sony's Exmor CMOS sensor captures Full HD video at 30fps. SNC-EMX50 models upgrade quality and sensitivity even further with a five megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor. Cameras with an "R" suffix in the model name include an integral infrared (IR) illuminator, delivering clear B/W images in conditions of complete darkness.

On-board Essential Video Analytics bring extra intelligence to security applications, combining high-resolution images with associated metadata that is most useful to users. Network security is also a key focus, with the cameras' Trusted Platform Module and latest encryption/authentication measures guarding against malicious attacks.

In common with the multi-sensor camera, all EMX-series models feature on-board wide dynamic range technology to ensure evenly exposed footage, even in high contrast scenes with bright highlights and shadow detail. Intelligent streaming and Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction techniques combined with the efficient H.265 codec reduce bandwidth requirements by up to 80 percent and save storage while maintaining superb video performance. Edge recording onto removable microSD card ensures superior reliability in case of network in-terruptions, while compliance with ONVIF Profiles S, G and T facilitates in-teroperability with other network video systems.

Complementing the portfolio, the new SNC HMX72 is a ruggedized 360-degree hemispheric-view camera version that is ideal for outdoor environments like railway stations, campuses and pedestrian areas.

The quality and reliability of all video security cameras from Sony is backed by a 3-year warranty with fuss-free extension options from Bosch. Registered video security partners can access additional benefits in-cluding an Advanced Exchange scheme.

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