Thursday, September 30, 2010

GeoVision GV-FE110 Coming Soon

GeoVision GV-FE110Security Cameras are one of the hottest pieces of tech and security on the market right now. For obvious reasons security, in both the home and the workplace, is extremely important, which makes the demand for an increase in security camera technology grow rapidly.

GeoVision is one of the largest and most trusted manufacturers in the security camera business, and they are coming out with an all new fish eye IP camera known as the GV-FE110.

The GV-FE110 is a fish eye camera that allows you to monitor any and all angles of your desired location with the convenience of a single, solitary camera. Now you may be thinking "Gathering detail from a fish eye lens is impossible," but GeoVision has that covered. The GV-FE110 converts the hemispherical image of the fish eye lens into your standard, everyday rectilinear projection.

One of the best things about this new camera is that you can watch live feed as well as utilize functions like motion detection, privacy mask and alert notification through an easy to use web interface in your standard internet browser. Plus, all of this can be done without installing yet another piece of software.

In addition to that the GV-FE110 seamlessly integrates with the GV-System, which provides advanced monitoring and video management features. Here is a full list of the key features of the GV-FE110:

-1.3M progressive scan CMOS
-H.264, MPEG 4 and MJPEG
-Provides 360 and 180 degrees panorama view
-No mechanical moving parts
-Built-in Web server for monitoring through IE browser
-Virtual PTZ function
-Auto Pan function
-Playback from any view angle and zoom level
-Privacy mask
-Visual automation
-Tampering alarm
-Built-in microphone and speaker
-DC 12V / AC 24V / PoE
-Micro SD
-16 languages on web interface

The GV-Fe110 can be mounted two different ways, either via a hard ceiling mount or an in-ceiling mount. The in-ceiling mount allows the GV-FE110to be mounted into the ceiling only revealing a small portion of the camera, whereas the hard ceiling mount allows the camera to be mounted on the ceiling displaying the entire body.

If you are looking for a new camera with a wide range of view, then you should definitely check out GeoVision's GV-FE110 fish eye IP camera. It will be available soon so check back here for any and all updates.
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Thursday, September 16, 2010

GeoVision Support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008

GeoVision Supports Windows 7GeoVision updated their software recently with update version 8.3.3 for the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 support. This latest update passed all testing for operation and is ready for release for the following systems:

GV-DVR is a 32-channel digital surveillance system used for audio, video and data processing from remote and local network environments

GV Hybrid-DVR
GV Hybrid-DVR is a versatile video management platform with support for transition from a legacy analog infrastructure towards a pure IP surveillance environment

GV-NVR is a 32-channel IP video management platform which records audio and video data over TCI/IP networks

GV-CMS is an application that has central monitoring support for a vast amount of video monitoring, configure, system remote control and alarm notification.

GV-GIS is a central management system with geographic information as well as Google Maps support which allows it to track vehicles' routes as well as detect detours in the live monitoring and video playback.

The 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2008 as well as Windows 7 are all supported by the systems just mentioned and applications from update version 8.3.3. GeoVision also announced their ongoing R&D projects to support ONVIF/PSIA in their video surveillance products.

ONVIFONVIF and PSIA are two leading organizations both of which are pursuing their goal to bring interoperability to IP cameras. Delivering support to each and every IP camera with ONVIF/PSIA protocols is a very importantPSIA step forward in expanding GeoVision's IP product exposure. That is why GeoVision has joined forces with both ONVIF and PSIA as a member company. GeoVision will soon support ONVIF and PSIA in all of their video surveillance products.

GeoVision has supported over 200 models of IP cameras from major manufacturers such as ACTi, Arecont Vision, Axis, Bosch, Canon, IQinvision, JVC, Mobotix, Panasonic, Pelco, Sony, Verint and even Vivotek, so it only makes sense that they add ONVIF and PSIA to that list.
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Thursday, September 2, 2010

GeoVision G-View

GeoVision G-ViewOne of the best things about a security camera system is that you have full control over everything that has been recorded by the long as you are in the same room as the hardware the cameras are feeding to. But what about if you are away from home and you want to check the feed and see if everything is in order?

This may seem impossible but, thanks to GeoVision, it isn't. G-View is GeoVision CCTV in the palm of your hand through any PDA or smartphone. This CCTV DVR application expands the GeoVision network to handheld devices, including those from Dell, HP, Toshiba, Compaq and other manufacturers.

G-View allows GeoVision users to view video from any networked GV-system in real-time (yeah, you read that right, real-time) on any Windows CE-based PDA. Users can also switch to view different cameras and even perform PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) control or take a quick snapshot from the live video feed.

Find out all you need to know about GeoVision's G-View at where you can even find a complete list of GeoVision Compatible PDAs and Smart Phones.