In this webinar David Lambert (MD – Joint) discusses the latest developments and trends in the security industry, including 360° CCTV, and how new lighting advancements compliment developments in PTZ domes, wide-angle, and multi-sensor cameras, and help them to achieve amazing images at night across larger areas. Listen to an expert’s take on how Panoramic Ultra lighting makes 360° CCTV truly successful at night and renders all criterion for high-security CCTV achievable, including – a wider field of view, longer distances, high definition images, full video analytics functionality, and powerful... Read More
Accurate subject identification and facial recognition is essential for successful prosecution and reducing false alarms. Watch how a single Panoramic Ultra illuminator enables this while providing simultaneous seamless 180° coverage. Did you know that the treeline in the video is 250m away?
The new RAYMAX Panoramic Ultra illuminators represent the latest development in ultra wide 180° illumination, for seamless, full scene surveillance images at night. Panoramic Ultra illuminators now offer a much better spread of light and longer illumination with distances up to 150m (492ft) at 180°, making them perfect for wide angle, PTZ, multi-sensor, or 360° dome cameras covering large areas.
We are often asked ‘what is the performance difference between 850nm and 940nm infra-red lighting?’ We answer your question with this video. All cameras are most sensitive to 850nm infra-red, delivering superior surveillance footage at night. 940nm delivers virtually invisible covert lighting but does result in reduced performance (typically up to 40% less) and requires a very sensitive camera. Here we take a high performance camera and see how it performs with 850nm and 940nm
Dedicated lighting designed for video surveillance reduces noise which allows video analytics to work to its full potential, accurately identifying objects in scene whilst significantly reducing false alarms.
All cameras need adequate lighting to generate high quality images during the hours of darkness. No Light = No Picture. But with multiple night vision technologies in the market today, security professionals often ask the question – ‘why does my camera need dedicated CCTV lighting at night?’ To help the industry achieve a deeper understanding of night vision, Raytec recently showcased their new “Light Fight” videos at IFSEC. The 5 practical videos compare the relative performance of Raytec Stand-alone LED lighting against competing night vision technologies and highlight how each... Read More