May 05, 2017 SECTECH Roadshow was held in May in five cities of Australia – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. More than 500 visitors came through to check out the latest electronic security solutions from the electronic security industry's leading manufacturers. During the roadshow, the organizer Security Electronic and Networks held a competition among different brands’ cameras. Uniview had a great performance in Starlight cameras.
The camera shootout gave visitors an idea of what the latest camera technologies can achieve, as well as highlighting the importance of testing surveillance cameras in their applications to see which works best. Uniview had great performance in the race with Hikvision, Dahua, Axis, Panasonic, Honeywell, Samsung, Vivotek and Dallmeier.
See clearer in the dark - UNV IPC2222ER5-DUPF60-C
As one of UNV StarView series cameras, IPC2222ER5-DUPF60-C applies F1.2 lens to raise the light physically. It is built in Hisilicon H.265 DSP which enabled camera particular image processing technology to enhance the image quality at extremely low light illumination. Specifically speaking, it enhances at 0.0005 lux environment, and both definition and image color at least 25% visually.
See further in the outdoor - UNV IPC6852SR-X44U
UNV 12MP PTZ dome - IPC6852SR-X44U features 44X optical zoom for extremely long distance surveillance and starlight for extremely low light illumination. It supports UNV Ultra 265 enhanced compression technology to reduce up to 95% bitrate and bandwidth but still with good image quality.
"We had a great success at SECTECH Roadshow, gained a lot of local SI’s attentions." Said Joyce Zhou, Chief Engineer of Uniview, "After three years' development in international market, we have covered more than 120 countries. Meanwhile, Australia is always one of the most important market for us. SECTECH Roadshow gave us a good chance to have a face to face communication with local customers and prove ourselves. Uniview insists on providing high quality products. This time, we offered two cameras from Starlight series which can see clear in the dark and see further in the outdoor. They are particularly suitable for low illumination and long distance sceneries, creating values for customers."