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Project Design White Paper For IP Camera Projects

Toshiba America Information Systems : 14 June, 2011  (Company News)
Toshiba explains the use of pixels per square foot measurement in the design of IP camera installation projects within white paper released
Project Design White Paper For IP Camera Projects
How can a video system integrator effectively determine how much resolution is needed in an IP camera project? 

 

According to a new white paper published by Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video, a business unit of Toshiba America Information Systems, that answer can be found by measuring Pixels per Square foot.

 

Pixels per Foot represent the amount of detail or resolution you will see in a specific area of the image. The greater the number of pixels per foot the more detail you will see in the image.  Best practices in the industry have determined that a minimum of 40 pixels per foot is necessary for facial or license plate recognition. Less than 40 pixels per foot is good for overall surveillance and greater than 40 is necessary for forensic work like cash counting, currency evaluation or casino chip recognition. 
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