HDcctv Alliance Members Showcase Interoperable HDcctv Cameras, DVRs, and Monitors at ISC West

HDcctv Logo: Look for this logo on HDcctv Alliance products

SYDNEY, Australia (PRWEB) March 22, 2010

HDcctv Alliance®, the global security industry consortium established to manage technical standards for HDcctv equipment interoperability, is rapidly growing their security industry presence with membership doubling this year, expanding their already significant international presence. The membership represents a broad spectrum of the video surveillance industry, from component, OEM and branded equipment manufacturers to security sales, support and system installers.

HDcctv-based systems transmit HDTV signals digitally over conventional CCTV media without packetization and without any perceivable compression latency. Standards are a key to unlocking the market potential of this new product category. The HDcctv Alliance has partnered with SMPTE to reference the family of broadcast video interfaces known as HD-SDI to create a derivative standard to enable plug-and-play security systems and equipment that deliver high-resolution, high-definition (HD) surveillance video with no transmission delays, no image artifacts from transmission, with the highest possible signal integrity.

At ISC West, Las Vegas, March 24-26, fifteen HDcctv Alliance members are demonstrating interoperable HDcctv cameras, DVRs, and monitors planned for market shortly after the Alliance’s compliance certification standards have been finalized.

At the HDcctv Alliance Booth 42001 attendees can view demonstrations of Interoperable HDcctv Alliance Members’ products including:

    Zero Latency PTZ Cameras
    Impressive Version 2.0* Long Reach Cable Transmission Capability
    DVRs’ enabled with Port Level Plug-and-Play
    1080p 30 Camera Reference Design
    WDR 1080p 30 Sensor Capability with Evaluation Camera
    Hi Fidelity Cable Termination Technology

At the HDcctv Alliance booth attendees can learn about the recently ratified HDcctv Specification v1.0 and the impending v1.1, which enable equipment interoperability. Visitors can also see technologies on the HDcctv Specification roadmap, including upwardly compatible features currently under development.

Visiting HDcctv Alliance members’ booths at ISC West and completing a raffle card can qualify attendees to win one of eleven prizes including an HDcctv camera grand prize, two iPads, three valuable art pieces, and five blueCaps coax terminator kits.

HDcctv Alliance members at ISC West include: AltaSens’ image sensors in Booth 40022, blueCaps connectors in Booth 42001, Clinton Electronics’ cameras and monitors in Booth 11121, Comart System’s cameras, video capture cards, multiplexors, switchers and repeaters in Booth 14077, CSST’s cameras, DVRs, displays and video walls in Booth 22087, Everfocus’ cameras and DVRs in Booth17065, Gennum Corporation interconnect silicon in Booth 42001, theHDcctv.com’s DVR and DVR software in Booth 14077, Marshall Electronics’ monitors in Booth 16140, OmniVision’s image sensors in Booth 42001, Pacific Corporation’s cameras modules in Booth 42003, Pixim’s image sensors in Booth 40008, Speco’s cameras in Booth 18041, Stretch’s standalone DVR and PCIe add-in card solutions in Booth 3122 and Win4Net Trium’s DVRs in Booth 23097.

Todd Rockoff, chairman of the HDcctv Alliance is also participating in an ISC West session panel entitled “High Definition Surveillance: A Clearer Picture.” Wednesday, March 24, 2010, 4:00 p.m., in rooms AD04/CS04.

The HDcctv Alliance is open for membership sign up at http://www.highdefcctv.org. Alliance Members can log into the Website to gain access to non-public Alliance information. Only Adopting and Voting Members have access to the HDcctv v1.0 Specification. The Alliance’s membership, drawn from component and equipment manufacturers worldwide, includes Adopting and Voting Members CSST, Gennum, Stretch, AltaSens, Analog Devices, blueCaps, Clinton Electronics, Comart, COP UK, EverFocus, theHDcctv.com, IDIS, Marshall Electronics, OmniVision, Ovii, Pacific Corporation, Pixim, Speco Technologies, UFINE, and Win4NET.

To learn more about HDcctv, watch videos on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee1Iq8mBCY

Follow HDcctv Alliance on Twitter at HDcctvAlliance http://twitter.com/#search?q=hdcctvalliance

About HDcctv Alliance

HDcctv Alliance is a non-profit, global consortium that manages global industry specifications for high-definition closed-circuit television (HDcctv). HDcctv systems transmit digital video over various media. HDcctv includes features for security applications, while it is derived from broadcast industry standards for serialized transmission of uncompressed video over coaxial cable. The Alliance promotes industry adoption of HDcctv and provides education to the security industry and end market. The Alliance compliance program facilitates the development of high-quality interoperable HDcctv devices. Devices that have passed compliance testing display the HDcctv logo and are promoted by the Alliance. Detailed information about the HDcctv Specification is available only to members on the Alliance’s Website. Further information is available by visiting the HDcctv Alliance website at http://www.highdefcctv.org

HDcctv and the HDcctv logos are trademarks of the HDcctv Alliance.



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