Redvision announces SDK integration with IDIS NVRs and VMS solutions
Redvision has announced that its RV30™ rugged PTZ dome cameras will now fully integrate with IDIS DirectIP™ NVRs and IDIS Center™ video management software (VMS).
Unveiled at Intersec 2017, the integration allows RV30™ plug-and-play camera set up using the IDIS DirectIP™ NVRs. Much of the Redvision IP camera’s advanced functionality is enabled, including variable speed PTZ operation, for responsive operator control; minimal joy-stick latency; wiper, IR and white light illumination by manual switch or schedule; and programming of multiple pre-sets and tours. The IDIS DirectIP™ NVRs record the camera’s Full HD, primary video stream, whilst using its lower resolution sub-streams for efficient control, display and transmission.
IDIS is a specialist, South Korean manufacturer of video surveillance equipment. Billy Hopkins, Technical Manager of IDIS Europe, explains, “We initially integrated with Redvision’s RV30™ cameras using the universal ONVIF protocol. This worked immediately, with no additional development work required. However, Redvision’s firmware and SDK development tool allowed us to take full advantage of more advanced functionality.
“IDIS is pleased to add the Redvision RV30™ to its portfolio. The market-leading, X-SERIES™ rugged dome is ideally suited to the tough, hot, outdoor conditions typical of our Asian and Middle East market. It’s flat glass, camera window and wiper allow us to remove dirt, dust and water.”
Dermot Grace, managing director of Redvision, added: “Redvision manufactures the RV30™ X-SERIES™ rugged camera range in the UK. We have 1080p and 720p resolution models, with IR and white light illumination options. The 1080p model will view events at distances of 120 metres, with operators identifying people at 40m. The 720p model, although lower resolution, has a 150m range, with operators identifying people at an incredible 60 metres. DirectIP™ NVRS offer customers a cost-effective recording and control platform for the X-SERIES™ cameras."
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