Video IQ Network Encoders / IP Cameras
Guard level security without the cost
VideoIQ is the leading intelligent video surveillance solution on the market. The iCVR family delivers real-time threat detection using leading video analytics while eliminating the need for external thrid party Network Video Recorders (NVR), Digital Video Recorders (DVR), and Video Management System (VMS) platforms.
VideoIQ’s iCVR - Network IP Cameras and Encoders with Built-in Analytics
The iCVR camera and encoder family delivers intelligent video surveillance while eliminating the need for external third party Network Video Recorders (NVR), Digital Video Recorders (DVR), and Video Management System (VMS) platforms and the bandwidth they consume. Whether you are looking for indoor or outdoor surveillance, perimeter security, or HD/megapixal camera functionality, using VideoIQ's innovative IP cameras and video analtyics the result is:
- Proactive surveillance: The most accurate real-time threat detection on the market! VideoIQ’s adaptive analytics uniquely identify people, vehicles and boats from objects, animals and scene movement.
- Network efficiency: iCVR cameras and encoders store video within the onboard NVR and can record at full resolution and frame rate – even full high definition with 1080p/30fps resolution – using no bandwidth at all. Less than 10% of the bandwidth of high definition and conventional IP cameras is needed, allowing customers to deploy over existing networks, wireless networks and cellular connections. Each iCVR continuously records so they are ready to send real-time alarms when threats are detected, stream live video on demand and perform sophisticated search.
- Simple installation: each camera and encoder is fully integrated with NVR, storage and VMS – reducing deployment costs, system complexity, infrastructure, time and resources. The adaptive analytics will automatically calibrate, decreasing installation time and allowing it to get more accurate with each object detected. Simply mount the camera and connect the device to the network.