Boid™ - Hi-Definition Surveillance


What is a network camera?
A network camera (also referred to as IP camera) can be described as a camera and computer combined in one intelligent unit.

Image quality is clearly one of the most important features of any camera, if not the most important. This is particularly so in surveillance and monitoring applications, where lives and property may be at stake.

What is IP-Surveillance?
A network camera captures and sends live video directly over an IP network such as a LAN, intranet or the Internet and enables users to view and/or manage the camera using a standard Web browser or video management software on any local or remote computer on a network. It allows authorized viewers from different locations to simultaneously access images from the same network camera.

Event management
Our network cameras have digital inputs and outputs (I/O). Digital inputs that are connected to alarm devices or sensors can, for instance, be used to trigger the transmission of images from a camera to a select destination for recording, or request that e-mail alerts be sent, for example, to a mobile phone. Digital outputs enable you to remotely, or automatically upon alarm, close or open doors, turn lights on or off, or control other devices. Network cameras also have image buffers that can save and send the images collected before an alarm occurred.

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