Zicom introduces Qube Camera
The new cameras make remote viewing accessible to consumers
June 02, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Zicom Electronic Security Systems Limited (Zicom), India’s first organized electronic security solutions provider introduces the Qube Camera, a revolutionary security device poised to redefine the concept of security systems in the domestic sphere. Designed on the globally acclaimed IP surveillance platform, Zicom’s Qube Camera will make available the remote monitoring of homes and office spaces on devices such as cellular phones and computers, thereby eliminating many of the conventional limitations that once restricted the scope of security.
Equipped with a ¼ inch, 1.3 Megapixel, high definition CMOS sensor, the Qube Camera supports dual streaming formats such as MJPEG / MPEG4 dual codecs, MJPEG and MPEG4 dual streaming, multiple profiles, 3GPP Streaming at speeds up to 30 fps (frames per second) or 15 fps in MJPEG SXGA mode.
Also unlike erstwhile security devices, the Qube Camera does not require the recording of security footage on separate DVR’s, and enables its direct recording on the hard disk of any selected computer with the help of the software included in the kit.
“With daily advancements in technology, the definition of security is in a state of rapid transition”, said Anand Swaminathan, Director of Product and Solution, Zicom Group, “We believe that integrating IP technologies with security systems, in an format accessible to consumers can open limitless possibilities for the future”
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