VIVOTEK has leveraged the strength of a variety of software and hardware partners

The synergy of H.265 solutions and VIVOTEK's the IP9171-HP network camera will be highlighted at VIVOTEK’s booth

VIVOTEK will be demonstrating its innovative, comprehensive, and groundbreaking IP surveillance solution at E+S+S, the Colombia International Security Fair 2015, held from August 19-21 in Bogotá, Colombia. Visitors to the Fair can find VIVOTEK’s booth at pavilion 11-16, stand 110.

As part of its continued commitment to pursuit of the highest levels of technological advancement, VIVOTEK will present a series of its latest solutions at E+S+S, including:

  • Innovative H.265 solution: VIVOTEK, already well-known for superior image processing capability, has allocated considerable R&D resources into equipping its network cameras with H.265, the high efficiency video codec technology. By adopting H.265 compression technology, users will benefit from reduced bandwidth and data storage through more efficient video compression. The synergy of H.265 solutions and VIVOTEK's the IP9171-HP network camera will be highlighted at VIVOTEK’s booth.
  • Comprehensive panoramic solutions: Featuring a wide viewing-angle, a fisheye network camera can capture more details and coverage of wide, open areas, such as airports, shopping malls, parking lots while saving on installation costs. As a leading provider of fisheye solutions, VIVOTEK has developed a line of fisheye network cameras to meet the demands of any surveillance solution. From the Ultra-Megapixel fisheye, FE8391-V equipped with 12MP CMOS sensor and the IR fisheye, FE8181V, to the mini fisheye, the FE8180, VIVOTEK’s wide range of fisheye cameras means users can deploy their surveillance system efficiently and flexibly.
  • Smart retail and city surveillance solutions: Also on the show will be a variety of scenarios of vertical market applications. VIVOTEK will display solutions specifically designed for the retail market, including the recessed-mount fixed dome network camera, FD816C-HF2, an eye-level strip camera CC8130(HS), and an affordable outdoor IR bullet network camera IB8369. Adjacent to this display, VIVOTEK will bring city surveillance to the next level with the world’s first Daisy-Chain PoE outdoor bullet IR network camera, the IB8367-RT. This remarkable camera will be on show together with the VivoCam swtch, the world’s first L2 PoE Gigabit switches with IP surveillance management functions.
  • Strategic alliance solutions: To fulfill the stringent and various requirements of diverse projects, VIVOTEK has leveraged the strength of a variety of software and hardware partners. Through seamless integration, users can eliminate the learning curve of different platforms while enjoying the superior system performance found when great systems are united.

Cristiam Gomez, Colombia Country Manager, VIVOTEK Inc, said “VIVOTEK always aim to be at the forefront in IP surveillance. We have received overwhelmingly positive feedbacks for our solutions, and this is a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate VIVOTEK’s strength in person to our guests. We look forward to exploring the great potential of LATAM“

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