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DVTEL to host Quasar road shows

DVTEL is about to embark on a series of Quasar IP Camera road shows. The one-day courses will feature interactive sessions on MPEG motion compensation, edge-based storage and management options, high-resolution image quality and video analytics.

March 20, 2013  By Staff

The company says attendees will see live demos and learn how to reduce their storage bids by up to 67 per cent with guaranteed frame-rates and broadcast HD image quality.
Other topics include:
What broadcast technology can do for your business
The benefits of MPEG recommended motion processing
Reducing the need to consider motion or scene complexity in storage quotes
Lens quality
Functionalities of today’s megapixel cameras
Resolution parameters to support digital zoom
HD cameras vs. high-resolution cameras
Smart picture quality with auto-tune
Tamper detection
Mobile surveillance options
HD picture quality

The first certification classes will be held on Secaucus, N.J., on May 21 and Raleigh. N.C. on June 11. Further events will be held in Indiana, Michigan, Florida, California, Texas, Seattle and Portland. Each session will be approximately three hours in length.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to show the benefits of our Quasar cameras to our partners and customers,” said Ed Wassall, vice-president, global marketing and hardware products, DVTEL, in a company statement. “These road shows provide an ideal opportunity to enhance knowledge of network video and learn how users can work closely with us to reach common goals.”

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