Avigilon has introduced LightCatcher technology to its camera line-up. To be demonstrated at ASIS 2013, Avigilon’s LightCatcher technology provides an effective way to capture evidence quality colour detail in extreme low-light environments. This new technology helps identify objects of interest more successfully in challenging lighting situations, such as restaurants, bars, hotels, car parks and alleys.
“Capturing clear, colour detail is important where security is a concern, regardless of lighting conditions. Being able to identify the colour of a vehicle or the clothing of a suspect can make all the difference in an investigation,” said Ian Povey, director of product marketing and management at Avigilon. “With the introduction of our LightCatcher technology, we are continuing our commitment to bring the best evidence to the industry.”
By increasing the amount of light and detail captured via the camera and decreasing the noise in the image, LightCatcher technology produces significantly more detail in colour from a low-light scene. This combination results in the ability to identify objects of interest more effectively.
Avigilon cameras with LightCatcher technology are available with the following additional features:
* 1.3MP HD and HD dome camera equipment
* 3-9mm F1.2 lens
* H.264 and motion JPEG compression
* Automatic removable IR cut filter
* Power over Ethernet, 24 VAC or 12 VDC power input
* Audio input and output
* ONVIF compliant
* Integrates seamlessly with the Avigilon Control Center software
The LightCatcher technology will be demonstrated at booth 5101 at the ASIS International tradeshow in Chicago, USA from September 24 to 27, 2013.