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  • 1. Seminar Brasil
    Session 2: IP Surveillance
  • 2. Presentation Agenda
    CCTV vs. IP Surveillance
    IP Surveillance Installation
    Choice of Camera Type
    Migration from CCTV
    Choice of Lens
    Ports and DIDO
    Bandwidth and Storage
    Recording Device
    Choice of Recording Software
    Wireless and IPCAM Integration
  • 3. IP Advantage
  • 4.
  • 5. CCTV Advantage
  • 6. IPCAM Installation Topology
  • 7. Use UPS to protect
    IPCam Network from
    Power Outage and
    Power Surge
    Use PoE Switch to
    supply power
    and data to Cameras
    Use NVR for Video
    Put NVR on UPS
    To ensure
  • 8. Power over Ethernet
    Power over Ethernet switch provide both Data and Electricity to the IP Cameras. So only single cable is needed. In addition, the 802.3af PoE standard uses 48V electricity which can provide up to 100 meter of cabling distance.
  • 9. AirLive IPCAMs use mostly 802.3af PoE spec. The Pan-Title Camera and Outdoor cameras uses about 10 watt each, while the other cameras uses 4 to 5 watt each. Therefore, the AirLive PoE switch supplies enough power per channel.
  • 10. Camera Type
  • 11. Indoor Box Type
    Removable Lens
    Indoor Box Type
    Able to Use Vari-focal Lens
    Auto Iris DC Output Support
    PoE Type
    For hallway, bank, stairway
  • 12. Indoor Box Type Application Environment
    Shopping Area
  • 13. Indoor Box Type
    Indoor Cube Type
    Small and Easy to Install
    Some models with LED support
    Wireless Options Available
    Generally Lower in Cost
    For Home, Office, and Small Shops
  • 14. Indoor Cube Type Application Environment
  • 15. Indoor Pan-Tilt
    Indoor Pan and Tilt
    Rotation in both Horizontal or Vertical Axis
    Able to Patrol the Area
    Can be remote controlled
    Night vision LED
    For Office, Entrance, Indoor Parking Lot
  • 16. Indoor Pan-Tilt Application Environment
    Indoor Parking
  • 17. Indoor Dome Type
    Indoor Dome Type
    Can be Mounted on the Ceiling
    Viewing Angle Adjustable
    Can be installed with Vari-Focal Lens
    POE Installation
    For Elevator, Shopping Mall, Hotel
  • 18. Indoor Dome Application Environment
    Hotel Hallway
    Shopping Mall
  • 19. Outdoor Bullet Type
    Outdoor Bullet Type
    All-in-One Multi-Purpose IPCAM
    IP-66 Weather Proof
    Suitable for Both Outdoor and Indoor Use
    Infrared IR LED
    Compact Comparing to Legacy Outdoor Type
    Stairway, Parking Lot, Streets, Outside Areas
  • 20. Outdoor Bullet Type Application Environment
    Indoor Parking
    Outdoor Parking
    Street Patrol
  • 21. Vandal Dome
    Vandal Dome
    Steel and Temper Glass Construction
    Difficult to Break
    IP-66 Outdoor Water Proof
    POE Installation
    Banks, Supermarket, Streets, Factory
  • 22. Vandal Application Environment
    Super Market
    Shopping Mall
  • 23. Vandal Pan-Tilt
    Vandal Pan and Tilt
    Rotation in both Horizontal or Vertical Axis
    Able to Patrol the Area
    IP-66 Water Proof
    Steel and Temper Glass Construction
    Parking Lot, Main Entrance, Bank, Factory
  • 24. Vandal Pan-Tilt Application Environment
    Outdoor Parking
    Street Patrol
    Driveway Entrance
  • 25. Bank Deployment
  • 26. Home Deployment
  • 27. Migration from CCTV
    AirLive Video Server
  • 28.
  • 29. Video Server for CCTV
    Convert CCTV into IPCAM
    Works with AirLive Campro HD
    D1 Resolution (QCIF) Support
    Support 30FPS
    Support 2-way Audo
    Support Mobile Viewing
    Built-in SD Card Slot
  • 30. Field of View
    IPCAM Lens
  • 31. Field of View
  • 32. 4 mm
    4mm (closest to actual view)
  • 33. 2.5 mm
    2.5 MM (wide angle)
  • 34. 6mm
  • 35. 9mm
  • 36. IPCAM vs. Router
    AirLive IPCAM Plug and Play
  • 37.
  • 38. IPCAM PnP
  • 39. Camera Ports
  • 40. IPCAM Ports
  • 41. DIDO
  • 42. Recording Devices
    How to Record IPCAM Videos
  • 43. Video Recording Solutions
  • 44. Bandwidth and Storage
  • 45. Resolution and Frame Rate
  • 46. Video Codec
  • 47. Quality and GOP
  • 48. NVR
    Network Video Recorder
  • 49. The NVR is a NAS device with recording software inside. It will record and send notification to admiinstrator without PC. You can view image through web browser
    Recording your IP Camera without PC
  • 50. Simply type an address into the NVR Google eMap function, then insert your camera into the map. You can know the location of your camera immediately.
    Google EMAP Function
  • 51. Portuguese and Spanish are supported!
    Multi-Language Support
  • 52. Just open the browser on your Smartphone and iPAD. Then enter your NVR’s IP address. You can view your cameras on the mobile devices easily.
    Support Smart Phone and iPAD
  • 53.
  • 54. NVR
    NVR can handle up to 16 camera recording at the time. However, the resolution, image quality, and motion movements can influence the frame rate. The lowest FPS shows all cameras in best quality and constant object movements. We recommend using Quality 6 recording which can keep the system at best balance.
  • 55. PC Recording Software
    AirLive Campro Express and Campro HD
  • 56. AirLive Recording Software
  • 57. AirLive Campro
    Campro Front Panel
  • 58. The AirLive Campro HD supports smart detection. So when an event happens, the program can send email alert to administrator or sound an alarm.
    Smart Detection
  • 59. Insert the floor plan of your office into E-MAP. Then drag and drop cameras into the floor plan. You can view and configure the camera simply from the E-MAP
    AirLive Campro
    E-MAP Function
  • 60. One level for the street view. And one level for the floor plan.
    AirLive Campro
    2-Level eMaps
  • 61. AirLive Campro
    Drag and Drop Cameras
  • 62. AirLive Campro
    Multiple Monitors Support
  • 63. AirLive Campro
    Remote Viewing via Web
  • 64. Auto Brightness
    Technologies to adjust with
    Ever changing lighting conditions
  • 65. Auto Iris
  • 66. Auto Iris
    Auto Iris Connector
  • 67. Auto Iris change the Len's aperture size to adjust with the lighting conditions.
    Auto Iris
  • 68. Auto Iris
  • 69. Auto Iris
  • 70.
  • 71. Wireless and Camera Integration
  • 72. Planning a wireless IPCAM Network
    Find Out the Bandwidth Requirement
    Wireless Distance vs. Bandwidth
    How to Connect the IPCAM with CPE
    Wireless Topology
    Using the Right Equipment
  • 73. The wireless bandwidth depends on the distance and wireless standard. In general, the 5GHz frequency spectrum has less interference which provides more stable bandwidth for mission critical applications such as IP Surveillance. The following table shows wireless bandwidth tested at foggy conditions. Snow and heavy rain can reduce the bandwidth by half. In general, the 11a/Super-A/Super-A with Static Turbo holds the bandwidth better over longer distance and in bad weather conditions. The advantage for 11n disappears after 1km and in bad weather.
  • 74. You can find the Bandwidth Requirement using the calculator program from AirLive. By calculating bandwidth vs. wireless throughput. You can decide find out how many cameras you can support on each CPE. It is advised to leave 50% bandwidth for interference and rain factory. For example, if you use Super-A mode at 1km distance. You can safely support about 7 MegaPixel IP Cameras.
  • 75. Connecting IPCAM with Outdoor CPE
  • 76. Connecting Camera with Outdoor AP
  • 77. A large wireless network deployment typically consist of AP network and Bridge network. AP network is between Base Station and CPE. Bridge network is for connections between Base Stations. Using this method, you can have much better control over bandwidth. So as the network gets larger, it won’t slow down.
  • 78. We can create a network of redundancy for Bridge network by using the multi-point WDS with STP spanning tree. So when one link failed, the network can go through another path to reach destinations..
  • 79. The AP+Bridge hybrid network offer the most efficient topology for the wide area outdoor deployment of IPCAM network
  • 80.
  • 81.
  • 82. Why Choose AirLive for IP Surveillance?
  • 83. Excellent Image Quality
    Affordable Cost
    Complete Recording Solutions
    Free 64 Channel Software
    Stable and Reliable Integration
    Expert in Wireless Integration
    Wide Selection of Cameras
    Expert Technical Support