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Digital Video & Security Solutions

IP Video Surveillance

ADVANTEC

Communications Engineers


Agenda

  • IP Video Surveillance

    • Why IP Video Surveillance?

    • IP Video Technical Benefits

    • IP Camera Common Functions

    • 11 Reasons to Choose IP over Analog

  • Corporate Profile

  • Questions


Why IP Video Surveillance?

  • Centralized ownership of the complete video surveillance system

  • Remote accessibility

  • Easy, future-proof integration

  • Scalability and flexibility

  • Cost-effectiveness

  • No external power required


IP Video Technical Benefits

  • Higher resolution

  • Higher frame rate

  • Progressive scan

  • No image degeneration

  • Integrated audio

  • Power over Ethernet

  • Wireless


IP Cameras and Network Servers

Common functions

  • Connect directly to Ethernet networks

  • Have their own IP address

  • Include a web server, PC independent

  • HTML user interface, ordinary web browser


11 Reasons to Choose IP over analog

11 of the most important

functional differences

between analog

and network cameras


End to interlace problems

1


Interlaced scan

Each image formed from two interlace fields

Blurriness from capturing moving objects, even when connected to a DVR

  • Progressive scan

  • Entire image captured at one time

  • Crystal clear images even with a high degree of motion in the scene

  • BENEFITS

  • Superior image quality

  • Full image details

  • Precise, accurate information

1. End to interlace problems


Interlaced scan

Each image formed from two interlace fields

Blurriness from capturing moving objects, even when connected to a DVR

  • Progressive scan

  • Entire image captured at one time

  • Crystal clear images even with a high degree of motion in the scene

1. End to interlace problems

  • BENEFITS

  • Superior image quality

  • Full image details

  • Precise, accurate information


One completeframe using progressive scan

1. End to interlace problems


Interlaced scan

Progressive scan

Interlaced scan

1. End to interlace problems


Power over Ethernet increases savings and reliability

2


Not available

  • IEEE802.3af

  • Industry standard

  • No need for power outlet at camera location

  • BENEFITS

  • Cost savings

  • Reliability with centralized power backup

  • Simple installation

2. Power over Ethernet


2. Power over Ethernet

Both network cameras with and without built-in support for PoE can take advantage of a UPS device


Megapixel resolution

3


  • Many resolutions

  • 1 Megapixel is 10x the resolution of CIF,2 Megapixel is 20x!

  • Different aspect ratios

  • Digital PTZ

  • BENEFITS

  • More details, easy identification

  • Digital PTZ, higher reliability andsimultaneous pan/tilt

3. Megapixel resolution

  • Stuck with NTSC/PAL resolution

  • 0.4 Megapixel at 4CIF and 0.1 at CIF

  • Limited image details


3. Megapixel resolution

CIF

Megapixel


Resolution comparisons

Aspect ratios

3. Megapixel resolution


Intelligence at the camera level

4


  • BENEFITSMore details, easy identification

  • More productive and effective means of surveillance

  • Event-driven

  • Scalable systems

  • Intelligent video

  • Intelligent features

    • Built-in VMD

    • Alarm management

    • Image enhancement

  • Intelligent algorithms

    • Number plate recognition

    • People counting

4. Intelligence at the camera level

  • Not available


4. Intelligence at the camera level

Included

Excluded

Excluded

Included

Hallway

4. Intelligence at the camera level

Door


Integrated PTZ input/output control

5


  • PTZ control over the same network that transports the video

  • PTZ commands sent over the IP network

  • Integrated I/O can

    • Trigger anything

    • Can be triggered by anything

  • BENEFITS

  • Less cabling, cost savings, increased functionality and integration potential

5. Integrated PTZ and I/O control

  • Cabling separate from the video signal

  • Costly and cumbersome


5. Integrated PTZ and I/O control

Example: Typical I/O use – Integration with alarm


6

Integrated audio


  • Audio captured at the camera

  • Synchronized with the video

  • Can be integrated into the same video stream

  • 2-way audio(Duplex, Half Duplex, Simplex)

  • BENEFITS

  • Many possibilities: Simplex,half duplex, full duplex

  • Synchronized audio and video

  • Easy to install

  • Cost savings

6. Integrated audio

  • Only possible with separate audio lines to the DVR


Entrance control

Remote dialogue and gate/door control

Listen in on remote sounds

Audio surveillance

Provide audio feedback to surveillance scenes

6. Integrated audio

(Wired/Wireless)

Example: Communicate and open a door remotely


Secure communication

7


  • Video encryption

  • Authentication using encrypted certificates

  • Authorization: to verify and approve the identity of the device

  • Privacy

  • BENEFITS

  • Secure image capture

  • Secure transmission

  • Evidence trail secured

7. Secure communication

  • No encryption

  • No authentication

  • Anyone can tap into the video or replace the signal from a camera with another video signal


7. Secure communication

  • Examples of achieving privacy

    • VPN

    • SSL/TLS (HTTPS)


8

Flexible, cost-effective infrastructure choices


  • IP = established, standardized, interoperable

  • Digital images = no quality reduction

  • Many streams transmitted over the same line

  • A single network wire = hundreds of simultaneous full frame rate video streams

  • BENEFITS

  • Image quality, flexibility, scalability, future-proof

  • Resulting costs comparatively low

8. Flexible, cost-effective infrastructure

  • Expensive coax, proprietary fiber, wireless

  • Distance affects image quality

  • Adding power, I/O and audio further complicates this situation


9

True digital solution


  • Images digitized once

  • Stay digital

  • No unnecessary conversions

  • No image degradation

  • BENEFITS

  • Superior image quality

9. True digital solution

  • With every conversion image quality is lost:

    • Analog signal digitized in camera’s DSP

    • Digital signal converted back to analog for transport over coax

    • Signal once again digitized at the DVR for recording


9. True digital solution


10

Video Analytics


10. Video Analytics

  • What is Video Analytics?

    • Converting video into data

    • Reducing the need for human monitoring

  • Applications

    • Tailgating

    • Grouping/Crowd Detection

    • Loitering

    • Suspicious objects

    • Entering prohibited doors

  • Benefits

    • Issue alerts to guards

    • Monitor thousands of cameras


11

Lower total cost of ownership


10. Lower total cost of ownership

>

  • IP Solution

  • Infrastructure leveraged

  • Scalable and future proof

  • Fewer cameras required

  • Analog Solution

  • DVRs have limited number of inputs

  • More cameras required

  • Higher installation costs

>


IP Video Surveillance Conclusion

The future belongs to network cameras


Corporate Profile

ADVANTEC Corporate Office

  • Company

    • Founded in 1998

    • Headquartered in Diamond Bar, CA

    • Growing Regional Footprint

      • Ontario, California

      • Hong Kong

  • Technology Services

    • Digital Video & Security

    • Electrical Engineering

    • Intelligent Transportation Systems

    • Civil Engineering

  • Strategic Partnerships with Industry Leaders

    • IQinvision/AXIS

    • Milestone Systems/Genetec

    • Pivot3


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