Redvision announce SDK integration with Veracity's COLDSTORE
Redvision’s Full HD RV30™ is now fully integrated with a VMS system which exploits Veracity’s COLDSTORE,
the world’s only storage system designed specifically for digital video
surveillance. Veracity, the specialist manufacturer of video
surveillance transmission, storage and display products, used
Redvision’s newly released software development kit (SDK) to enable the
integration. The SDK’s logical format allowed Veracity developers to
complete the integration in record time, even with the comprehensive
level of control it enabled.
Kingsley Greenman, Director of Technical Projects at Veracity UK,
explains, “The COLDSTORE-partnered VMS initially controlled Redvision’s
RV30 IP rugged dome using the universal ONVIF protocol, which worked
immediately with no additional development. However, Redvision’s
Firmware and SDK package allowed us to take full advantage of more
advanced functionality. For example, we implemented variable speed PTZ
operation, which allows responsive operator control with minimal
joy-stick latency. Wipers, IR and white light illumination can be turned
on and off or scheduled and multiple pre-sets and tours are enabled,
with absolute dome positioning. We were also able to use a full HD video
stream for recording and lower resolution sub-streams for efficient
control, display and transmission.
“Veracity and Redvision are both successful in local authority and
public space applications. The integration has allowed us to
pro-actively work together on combined projects in this sector.”
Both the 1080p and 720p models of the RV30 HD camera share the same
SDK integration. The 1080p model, with IR and white light illumination
switched on, is effective up to 120 and 100 metres respectively, with
operators recognising people at up to 40 metres. The 720p model is
effective up to a staggering 200 metres, with operators identifying
people at 70 metres.
Video compression format options include H.264, MPEG4 or JPEG and both models have a 30x optical and 12x digital zoom.
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