Avigilon is the leading provider of security cameras. Last year many camera companies and their sister companies announced the objective to release, a 4K camera. Now this year Avigilon announced that it will launch first single-sensor 7K security camera that is 30 megapixels at tradeshow ISC West 2015 in Las Vegas, United State. It delivers stunning picture factor; the 7K HD security cameras simultaneously gives greatest scene coverage while reducing bandwidth and storage expenditure, redefining the trade standard for advanced resolution imaging.
The horizontal resolution is greater than 7,000 pixels and above 30 million whole pixels. Avigilon already has 4K camera that is 8 megapixels and 5K that is 16 megapixel cameras. This is well-known for its mega-megapixel cameras; Avigilon has grown-up throughout a number of achievements beyond its hdcvi surveillance roots to become a nonstop provider of: megapixel cameras, HD network VMS, access control and record analytics. Higher definition imaging is core to the Avigilon, and they are continually innovating to make the newest industry standards for hdcvi systems technology. Avigilon is the manager in higher definition imaging solutions since the beginning of their first 11 MP security camera in 2006. The start of their 7K HD Pro security camera systems is joint with top Avigilon Control Center software develop their improvement in the security business. It is making a scalable and helpful solution that gives the top quality images potential.
The 30 MP 7K camera and 24 MP 6K camera devices connect Avigilon’s family unit of 8 MP 4K camera and 16 MP 5K HD Pro cameras. The top image feature of the HD Pro family of security cameras is made probable by H4 platform of Avigilon’s and well-organized H.264 density with the newest edition of Avigilon’s original HDSM technology that is HDSM 2.0. The HDSM is the High Definition Stream Management. Therefore, grouping of these technologies enables improved resolution, better processing power, excellent image quality and resourceful bandwidth and storage administration.