Ahrensburg – Digital camera specialist Basler is introducing edge storage in all IP camera models. The SD card functionality already available in their IP dome camera models will now also be integrated into their IP box camera range.
In this setup, the microSDHC card slot provides for local storage of up to 32 GB of data. This functionality makes it possible to store live streams or single camera images in configurable time intervals on an SD card. If a network failure occurs, the camera acts as a backup solution by recording video streams to the SD card. When the network connection has been restored, the video management system can retrieve the data and merge it seamlessly with video footage captured before the connection was interrupted.
When using an efficient encoder type such as H.264 and a high-capacity SD card, a Basler IP Camera can independently capture and store images for an extended period of time without transmitting data back to a client. This is especially useful in remote surveillance locations, since the camera will not require any network connection.
“With edge storage, our IP cameras can act as self-sufficient systems,” states Björn Weber, Product Manager at Basler. “Our customers can rely on uninterrupted video footage even in case of network failures.”
Basler IP Cameras are available as box and dome models with resolutions of VGA to 5 megapixels and frame rates of up to 100 frames per second.
Basler is a leading global manufacturer of digital cameras for industrial and video surveillance applications, medical devices, and traffic systems. Product designs are driven by industry requirements and offer easy integration, compact size, excellent image quality, and a very strong price/performance ratio. Founded in 1988, Basler has 25 years of experience in vision technologies and has designed and manufactured high quality digital cameras for 15 years. The company employs around 300 people at its headquarters in Ahrensburg, Germany, as well as in international subsidiaries and offices in the U.S., Singapore, Taiwan, and Korea.
SOURCE: Basler, Inc.