March Networks has introduced its new VA Series IP Cameras, a comprehensive line of 2MP and 4MP cameras featuring advanced encoding technology and built-in video analytics.
The VA Series cameras deliver a range of features for indoor and outdoor applications . ITheir Ambarella chipsets make them fully compliant with the U.S. National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), and power the cameras’ video analytics including tripwire, abandoned object, loitering detection, intrusion detection and object removal.
All VA Series cameras also offer a Region of Interest (ROI) feature that allows users to customize compression levels within identified zones. Customers can identify zones of high or low importance in the camera’s field of view and apply additional compression in those zones. When combined with March Networks’ existing Low Bit Rate (LBR) feature, the ROI feature can help customers reduce storage and bandwidth by as much as 65 per cent.
The VA line includes seven new cameras:
- The VA2 Indoor IR Dome
- The VA2 Outdoor IR Dome
- The VA2 Indoor NanoDome
- The VA4 Indoor IR Dome
- The VA4 Outdoor IR Dome
- The VA4 IR MicDome
- The VA4 IR DuraBullet
The 2MP versions of the VA Series, along with the VA4 Indoor IR Dome and VA4 Outdoor IR Dome, will begin shipping in August. The VA4 IR MicDome and VA4 IR DuraBullet will ship in September.
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