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MPEG

Moving Pictures Experts Group Informatics The standard compression ratio for data transmission and pixels for video files. See Pixel.
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Additionally, the cameras installed by Telaid included a mix of fixed and pan/tilt/zoom network cameras so that off-site visitors can also participate in remote, self-guided customer tours.
Adding up, AXIS P13 Network Cameras offer two-way audio support with enhanced audio quality, video intelligence such as video motion detection, audio detection and detection of camera tampering attempts.
AXIS M1013 and AXIS M1014 Network Cameras also feature support for AXIS Video Hosting System with one-click camera connection, making the cameras ideal for a hosted video solution.
Our new network cameras offer a user experience unmatched in the industry.
Summary: Axis Communications, the global leader in the network video market1 and Kowa Company today introduced P-Iris, a new and precise iris control that allows fixed network cameras to deliver better image quality in both indoor and outdoor applications.
The AXIS 205 Network Camera is available now for GBP139+VAT.
Since thermal technology detects heat signatures in a scene, the thermal network camera can achieve higher detection accuracy in complete darkness and adverse weather conditions.
This professional 2-Megapixel box network camera has capacity to provide wide-angle views of dual-lane traffic and optimise installation efficiency ensuring superb recognition results.
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com), the network camera and video analytics market, on the whole, is expected to reach $5,760.
The network camera market is set to have a CAGR of more than 28 per cent per year over the next five years, according to industry analyst house IMS Research (www.
AXIS P1311 network camera is the perfect solution for video surveillance systems with demanding storage and bandwidth efficiency requirements, such as schools, retail stores, banks and other office buildings.

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