Optic / Lens Determine the coverage Lens type – Auto Iris / Manual Iris / Fixed Iris
What do you need to see? Classification Target can be distinguished between human and animal. (i.e. an upright human or animal walking on four legs) Detection A target is determined to be present in the camera’s field of view. (i.e. something in the field of view is present and/or moving) Recognition Human target is determined to be a threat by the type of clothing and/or equipment being carried. (i.e. friend or foe) Identification Human target can be identified as a specific individual. (i.e. a specific person)
Camera Technology Day / Night Switching Wide Dynamic Range Light Sensitivity – Lux Resolution – Megapixel / HD / 4 CIF
True B/W Mode with IR filter removed Sensitivity increase in mono mode Dinion XF Day/Night Color Mode Dinion XF Day/Night Mono Mode Day/Night Switching
Wide Dynamic Range Technology Enhance the image when the camera is capture the image with the uneven light and strong back light.
Illumination - Lux Camera output signal standard is 1 V pp (full video) IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) value The full signal is 140 IRE (1 Vpp) The video part is 100 IRE The synchronization part is 40 IRE
Video streaming using unicast Unicast – the sender will sent a video to the receiver that request the video, Max 5 receiver. Video stream 1 Video stream 2 Video stream 3
Video streaming using multicast Multicast – the video will distribute by switcher to a set of receiver, Max 50 receivers with RCP+ Protocol. Broadcast – the video will distribute by switcher to a set of receiver, Unlimited receivers.
Joint Photographic Experts Group – JPEG Motion-JPEG compression technique -Compress each video frame separately into JPEG image -Priority is given to image resolution – cause longer image delay over low bandwidth. -Every images have a consistent file size Key Advantages -Technology is simpler, can lower the price for the hardware.
Accessibility Simplified installation at lower costs Scalability / Flexible High Video quality
IP CCTVAnalogue CCTV Resolution4K 8MP or higher2 MP AccessibilityAnyway via IP address Unlimited Distance Require DVR or video server Video SharingUnlimited userLimited user Image formatFully Digital video from IP Cam Analogue video Cost SavingSingle Cable – CAT5eCoaxial, Rs485/RS232, Power Cable Future ExpansionYes - E-licenseHardware limitation IP vs. Analogue
VGA 640x480 HD 720 1280x720 1.3MP 1280x960 HD 1080 1920x1080 3MP 2048x1535 Resolution
HD vs. Megapixel HDMP Maximum Resolution2.1 MP16 MP Video Format1280 x 720 1920 x 1080 Many more formats Aspect Ratio16:94:3, 5:4 16:9 Frame Rate(high) 30/60(lower) 3 – 15 Imager complianceComplies to quality standards None Implies # of pixels HD is a type of MP camera. All HD Cameras are MP. Not all MP cameras are HD.
Question 1.How far the camera can see ? 2.How clear is your camera image ? 3.How long can the video record ? 4.What compression technique Uniview IPC use ? 5.What is the different between HD and Megapixel IPC ? 6.What is the advantage of the IP CCTV against Analogue CCTV? 7.What is the purpose for the Infra – red illuminator ? 8.What is the advantage of the Wide Dynamic Range ( WDR) ? 9.What type of lens will use for detection purposed ? 10. How Many frame per second for real time video ?