Video analytics capabilities and privacy protection enhancements are among several highlights that Honeywell has added to its equIP® Series Cameras line, and MAXPRO® network video recorders (NVR) and video management system (VMS).
The expanded capabilities are designed to help protect complex building environments, while improving user friendliness for operators and reducing overall cost of operation.
The updated camera technology and new analytic features include Tripwire, Intrusion, and Abandoned Object and Missing Object Notification on all models.
Low-light models will also include automatic behavioral detection, analysis, tracking and classification of people and vehicles as they move through a scene with Xtralis LoiterTrace, Smart Impressions and People Counter. The new cameras, NVRs and VMS help customers meet General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements from product perspective.
Updated video management system
Both MAXPRO NVR and MAXPRO VMS have been updated to support the latest equIP camerasBoth MAXPRO NVR and MAXPRO VMS have been updated to support the latest equIP cameras and new features for broader applications. Updates include:
- New POE switch (HPOE3X) and AUX ports to reduce maintenance, installation storage costs, and resources for providing lower total cost of ownership
- Storage overheads and required bandwidth is also reduced (by up to 40%) by the adoption and use of H.265 video compression
- For MAXPRO VMS R500 specifically, body pixelation and blurring in live view from the new equIP models for enhanced privacy protection
The new editions enhance Honeywell’s growing line of IP video technologies to deliver scalable high-quality video solutions for any business need. In addition, the equIP Series and MAXPRO solutions integrate with a variety of Honeywell products, including Pro-Watch® access systems, to provide a comprehensive connected building platform.