Arecont Vision Showcases SurroundVideo Omni G3 Omnidirectional Multi-Sensor Camera with Remote Setup

Arecont Vision Showcases SurroundVideo Omni G3 Omnidirectional Multi-Sensor Camera with Remote Setup image

Las Vegas, NV (April 5, 2017) – Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, has expanded the ground-breaking multi-sensor, multi-megapixel SurroundVideo® omnidirectional camera series. The SurroundVideo Omni G3 is the industry’s first camera in the multi-sensor product category that Arecont Vision pioneered that now offers no-touch, remote setup.
“The SurroundVideo Omni G3 continues the Arecont Vision tradition of being a market leader through innovative new products,” said Brad Donaldson, VP of Product Development, Arecont Vision. “The Omni G3 is the easiest multi-sensor omnidirectional camera in the industry to install, setup, and configure, saving our customers both time and money”.

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Arecont Vision continues to lead the multi-sensor camera market that the company first pioneered in 2006. A single high-definition SurroundVideo camera can replace multiple pan-tilt-zoom cameras or a large number of single-sensor cameras for a wide range of surveillance requirements.  SurroundVideo has been proven in thousands of customer projects around the world, integrated with the customer’s choice of leading video management systems (VMS) and network video recorders (NVR).
The first SurroundVideo Omni camera was introduced in 2014, bringing omnidirectional coverage in place of a fixed 180oor 360o view. The Omni G1 series was the first to offer  4 sensors that can be positioned independently around a patented, 70+ placement-point magnetic track to cover virtually any angle or view. SurroundVideo Omni G2 followed in 2016 to offer additional ease of movement and faster setup with motorized, remote focus 3-axis gimbals.

The new SurroundVideo Omni G3 goes the final step, delivering no touch remote setup. The Omni G3 can be quickly installed on a wall, corner, ceiling, pole, emergency call box, or other structure. The camera is then connected to a single PoE (Power over Ethernet) IP network cable. The installer can then dismount from the ladder or lift, and connect to the camera’s integrated webpage over the network for setup. 180o, 270o, or 360o preset views can be selected, or the installer can adjust and position each of the sensors remotely, including remote focus, zoom, and tilt.

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