Panasonic security cameras are compatible with high-quality technologies and many different environments.
- Apr 10, 2017
- The i-PRO Extreme Website updated.
- Mar 17, 2017
- Panasonic @ISC WEST 2017
- Nov 18, 2016
- The Face Recognition website is now available.
Clear surveillance images under any environment.
Record clear security footage regardless of the temperature, weather, or environment. Temperature and weather conditions do not inhibit the i-Pro’s ability to monitor.
Rest assured that the i-Pro will capture clear images even at night and in locations where clarity is not ideal.
Monitor a wide range of suspicious activity regardless of the situation with this camera.
A multi-purpose CCTV/Surveillance System
Although the primary purpose of the installed surveillance system is to maintain safety and comfort, the security images can be utilized to fulfill a variety of purposes.The i-Pro provides management with vital information to improve store layouts and understanding the number of visitors by integrating the Business Intelligent technology with thermal imaging and a people counter.
A Pioneering CCTV / Surveillance System
We are in an era where high-definition, 24-hour surveillance is a commodity. The i-Pro, however, is a pioneering CCTV / surveillance system with the newest technology.In order to protect your facility, the i-Pro integrates advanced features that include a facial-recognition system that searches for a single image out of five million images in under three seconds and an automated alarm system, among others.
Selection of security cameras by panasonic
The rugged AeroPTZ (WV-SUD638) has Full HD resolution at 60fps with a 30 times optical zoom lens. The camera features hybrid image stabilisation technology and gyro-sensors, to minimise the impact of external vibrations.
The clear imaging of the dome-shaped,
4K network camera does not require numerous cameras to be installed for wide-ranging surveillance.
This fixed, 4K network camera covers a wide range and provides surveillance of areas that were previously blind spots.