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Vumii Introduces New Family of Long-Range Surveillance Cameras

  • Accuracii Line Delivers Long Range Dual Channel PTZ System

Vumii™ Imaging, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of innovative high-quality thermal and near-infrared illumination cameras, announced the introduction of its Accuracii long range video surveillance system family.

By combining long-range continuous-zoom thermal and color video channels on a ruggedized 360° pan-tilt positioner, Accuracii cameras are ideal round the clock surveillance tools for protecting borders and high-risk perimeters. This configurable family of systems has several thermal options including three cooled cameras or a continuous zoom uncooled thermal camera in addition to HD or SD color choices with a range of lens options.

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With industry standard communication protocols and easy installation and integration, Accuracii provides government organizations, seaports, airports, power utilities, and commercial properties with a versatile and economical solution that offers excellent remote observation and surveillance capabilities at distances of up to 20 kilometers day or night.

“This latest platform is based on more than 30 years of experience and innovation and utilizes our uniquely engineered components for maximum image quality, visual details, situational awareness, user friendliness, and 24/7 threat assessment,” said Randall Foster, CEO, Vumii. “These new camera systems further enhance our expanding line of surveillance products by delivering long range day and night continuous zoom performance, high thermal sensitivity, and brilliant daytime color images while withstanding harsh outdoor conditions.”

Source : Vumii Imaging, Inc.

Published on ASDNews: Mar 28, 2012


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