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FE-501OD

5MP Fisheye Outdoor IP67 PoE Camera

  • Maximum 15fps@1920x1920
  • H.264 MPEG4 and MJPEG Encoder
  • Hardware Dewarp via Fisheye Processor
  • Minimum 0.1 Lux for Night Vision
  • ROI (Region of Interest) with e-PTZ Function
  • Removable IR-Cut Filter
  • more...

FE-501DM

5MP Fisheye Indoor PoE Dome Camera

  • Maximum 15fps@1920x1920
  • H.264 MPEG4 and MJPEG Encoder
  • Hardware Dewarp via Fisheye Processor
  • Minimum 0.1 Lux for Night Vision
  • ROI (Region of Interest) with e-PTZ Function
  • Removable IR-Cut Filter
  • more...

FE-201DM

2MP Fisheye Indoor PoE Dome Camera

  • Maximum 15fps@1440x1440
  • H.264 MPEG4 and MJPEG Encoder
  • Hardware Dewarp via Fisheye Processor
  • Minimum 0.1 Lux for Night Vision
  • ROI (Region of Interest) with e-PTZ Function
  • Removable IR-Cut Filter
  • more...

CW-720IR

720P Day/Night Wireless IPCAM

  • Easy Plug-n-Play Installation
  • H.264 and MJPEG Encoder
  • 30fps at 1280x1024 / 1280x720
  • IR LED for Day/Night Surveillance
  • WDR, LDC, De-Fog Function
  • Two-Way Audio
  • more...

CU-720PIR

720P PIR Passive PoE Night Vision IPCAM

  • 30fps at 1.3 MegaPixel Mode
  • 30fps at 720P High Definition Mode
  • 24V Passive PoE Port
  • Built-in PIR Sensor
  • 10 Meter IR Night Vision LED with ICR
  • Low Lux Sensor for Brighter Images
  • more...
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Case Study

Scientific and training conference in the field of vascular surgery in Poland

On 17 October 2014 there was the Scientific and Training conference in the field of Vascular Surgery in Sanok (Poland). Event organizers invited two outstanding professionals, who were watching whole surgery live and explaining its every stage to attenders of the conference. Professor Peter Szopiński is well known specialist in vascular surgery, Dr. Torsten Fuß he was a lecturer in international endovascular LINC 2014 workshops which is a sign of quality. The attanders could have watched who

AirLive Surveillance Network for Merchandizing and Operations in Paraguay

A Paraguayan company dedicated to the import and commercialization of auto parts, needed a surveillance system to monitor the safety of their facilities, theft prevention and most important, the control of the staff and merchandize. The project was located in Fernando de la Mora, a city located in the Central Department, and is part of the metropolitan area of Asunción, Paraguay. The person in charge of this project was the integrator Rodrigo Battilana from the company PRELINT - Protección Elec

AirLive Surveillance Network Solution for Runway Safety

Runway safety is a significant challenge and a top priority in aviation. Runway incursions occur daily in the Middle East airports. Each of these incidents has the potential to cause significant damage to both persons and property. A runway incursion is defined as: Any occurrence at an aerodrome involving the incorrect presence of an aircraft, vehicle or person on the protected area of a surface designated for the landing and takeoff aircraft.

AirLive's Speed Dome Solution Safeguards the Mexico-American Border

Duo to a case in working with America Border Patrol, a partner of AirLive has developed a remote IP-based border surveillance camera system from 2006 to 2009 and further developed methods of counting all who across the border between ports of entry since 2009. For this project installed in the north border of Mexico, AirLive with the partner needs to have a rich-feature cost-effective solution to complete the border security project.

Video Surveillance Project Based on AirLive Solution to Monitor Apartment Towers in Chile

The building complex and community Las Lilas in Santiago, Chile, trusted AirLive IP video surveillance solutions to monitor the twin tower apartments , the concierge and administration offices, among other spaces. A total of43 AirLive IP cameras of high definition were installed on the wired network, with digital inputs to control all sectors of the complex, replacing the old analog system. The project was led by the integrator Ivar Michelena Viti, from IP Ingeniería, Ltd.

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