The IS-IP14K (http://sentry360.com/product/is-ip-14k/)is the world's smallest 14 mega-pixel camera at 35mmx46mmx57mm (H,W,L) with active resolution of 4376x3280 delivering superior image quality even in low light situations and low cost at under $2000 Retail.
Mr. Thomas Carnevale, President and CEO, Sentry360, told us, "2012 brought several exciting flagship projects and record deployments for Oil and Gas, transportation & retail markets. All of Sentry360's cameras are securing JFK Airport Terminal 1. After an extensive product evaluation cycle by the end-user sentry360 were selected over the competition.
In the retail space Sentry360 was selected as the megapixel camera of choice for Microsoft's Retail division. Sentry360 products were also chosen to secure several hundred natural gas fueling centers reducing their camera counts and improving while delivering forensic detail of license plates upon entrance and exits with our InSight 5 megapixel cameras and 360-degree coverage with our FullSight Omni-directional cameras. "
For the complete interview with Mr. Thomas Carnevale, President and CEO, Sentry360: http://www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_Sentry360.html
For more information about Sentry360, please see these additional resources:
Sentry360 Blog: http://sentry360.wordpress.com
Sentry360 Partner Portal: Calculate Field-of-View, Image Quality & Storage/Bandwith along with tutorial and training videos we believe our portal is one of the most unique feature rich design tools for IP Video on the market and it's Free. http://sentry360.com/Partner/login.html#toregister
Sentry360 2012 Product Catalog: http://www.sentry360.com/files/Sentry360_Catalog_2012.pdf
Sentry360 Demonstration Videos: http://www.youtube.com/sentry360security
CyberLock Success Story With Lincoln County Jail
Since the Lincoln County Jail opened in 1992, there have been numerous challenges they have had to overcome. With 40% less staff and 60% more inmates, Lincoln County Jail continually searches for new technologies to make their operations more efficient.
Some of the technologies they have in place include advanced TV monitoring with touch screens used for opening and closing doorways, and the CyberLock system.
By law, supervisors are required to perform hourly inmate wellness checks. Prior to the installation of the CyberLock CyberPoint solution, staff would have to write down the time and location of each checkpoint in a ledger, which proved to be inefficient and often unreliable. In order to improve this process, they installed a CyberPoint at each cell door. Now when the staff performs their hourly wellness checks, there is an electronic audit trail confirming that the checks have been performed.
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