Pelco to exhibit VideoXpert™ and Optera™ at APS, Paris and Sicurezza, Milan

01 September 2015

Pelco will exhibit at APS Paris, Porte de Versailles, Pavillion 5.1, Aisle A, stand A45 from 29th September 2015 followed by Sicurezza, Fiera Milano, Hall 24, Stand T21 from 3rd November 2015.

Pelco will use the exhibitions to show-case VideoXpert™, the company’s new video management software (VMS) platform and Optera™, the multi-sensor, panoramic cameras, which provide seamless video images over 180°, 270° or 360° views.

VideoXpert™ VMS manages single and multi-site video security systems from a single workspace interface. Its ‘Unified User Interface’ (UUI) allows up to six monitors to function as a single workstation, fully configurable to suit the operator. However, despite VideoXpert’s ability to support limitless cameras and hundreds of operators, Pelco has ensured it remains simple and intuitive to use to minimise training requirements.

Plug-in architecture enables efficient system expansion through integrations with third-party systems, such as video analytics, ePOS, ANPR, access control and building management solutions, all controlled using VideoXpert’s intuitive UUI. Deployment is on distributed IT architecture, with built-in redundancy and modular, scalable, failover management to maximise system reliability.

Pelco will also be exhibiting its Optera™ Series, 12MP ‘panomersive’ cameras with panoramic viewing. Optera™ provides seamless video images over 180°, 270° or 360° fields of view, using four, 3MP cameras blended together to act as a single video stream. These ground-breaking cameras provide electronic pan, tilt and zoom functionality, allowing operators to zoom in on areas of interest to see levels of detail more comparable to a PTZ dome. This functionality is available on both live and recorded video. Client-side de-warping ensures Pelco’s VideoXpert™ and other third-party VMS solutions see the Optera™ series as a single camera for licensing and video management purposes. SureVision™ 2.0, 130dB Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), ensures high-contrast and demanding lighting conditions present little problem.