As shown by the globally recognised IHS report, IP surveillance cameras will outsell Analogue cameras for the first time since IP cameras were introduced back in 1996. However there are still operational requirements that dictate the need for an IP camera to comply with the original Rotakin standards* and provide an image as a percentage of screen height, a challenge with a technology that use pixel per meter as it’s measuring stick. In this White Paper you will learn how, with the right camera features and technologies, we are able to utilise IP cameras within the Rotakin standard and address the challenging operational issues.
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* Rotakin standards: was developed by the Home Office and is the only device specified in BSI EN 50132-7 : 1996 t test CCTV camera performance.