Viper Imaging utilizes Axis camera systems in industrial solutions because of the unique camera features. Click through the slide show to learn more.

  • Lightfinder - Get more life-like colors in low-light conditions.
  • Zipstream - A significantly more efficient H.264 implementation, lowering bandwidth and storage requirements by an average 50% or more.
  • Wide Dynamic Range - Dynamic Range is the difference in light levels in an image, between the darkest and the brightest areas. Axis offers a wide dynamic range - see the difference!
  • Cross Line Detection - Detects moving objects that cross a virtual line, making it possible to automatically trigger an event. It increases system efficiency by reducing bandwidth and storage needs, and it facilitates search of recorded events.
  • Motion Detection - Triggers on moving objects in your predefined areas. It can trigger alarms when movement is detected in multiple predefined “include” areas.
 


 
 
 


A fully digital, network video surveillance system provides many benefits and advanced functionalities not available with a traditional analog video surveillance system.

  • High image quality: With progressive scan and HDTV/megapixel technologies, a network camera delivers better image quality and higher resolution than an analog camera. Images from a digital network camera are digitized once, and they stay digital with no need for conversions.
  • Remote accessibility: Network cameras and video encoders can be configured and accessed remotely, enabling multiple authorized users to view live and recorded video at any time and  from virtually anywhere.
  • Event management and intelligent video: Network cameras and video encoders can be programmed to recording only when an event, whether scheduled or triggered, occurs. Video recordings can also be tagged with metadata to make it easier to analyze.
  • Easy, future-proof integration: Network video products based on an open interface can be easily integrated into a wide array of video management systems.
  • Scalability and flexibility: A network video system can grow with a user’s needs.
  • Cost-effectiveness: An IP network infrastructure is often already in place, so a network video application can piggyback off the existing infrastructure.
  • Secure communication: There are many options for securing network video products as well as the video streams - user name and password authentication, IP address filtering, authentication using IEEE 802.1X, and data encryption using HTTPS (SSL/TLS) or VPN.