Brickcom Starplus ranked 2nd at IPCC, Tokyo

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Brickcom Starplus series a 2nd place winner in Tokyo

The Brickcom Corporation FB-H300Np Starplus camera has been ranked as 2nd place winner in the IPCC 2015 awards, held on June 23rd and 24th in Tokyo, Japan.

The IPCC is a professional event in the Japanese surveillance market, which combines seminars, live camera demonstrations, and camera competitions. The organiser invited some of the world's leading brands in the surveillance industry, such as Axis, LG, Sony, Panasonic, Hikvision and Dahua to share new technologies and information as well as to pitch their cameras against each other in a competition during this 2-day event. The visitors were asked, in a blind vote, to choose the best camera based on the camera’s peformance for colour, sharpness, clarity, smooth operation, noise.

The Brickcom FB-H300Np Starplus, a 3 megapixel superior day & night high performance fixed box network camera, is equipped with back-illuminated pixel technology and Brickcom 3D-DNR technology which is designed to display crystal clear images with ultra smooth streaming quality and to provide effective low-lux performance. It should also be noted that the FB-H300Np Starplus was also honoured as the 2015 Excellent UHD IP camera at the Secutech Excellence Awards in April earlier this year.


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Lennart Alexandrie, Editor in Chief, Detektor Magazine

Cybersecurity –a new buzzword for video surveillance providers

As technology development moves on at an increasing pace the security industry is constantly taking advantage of the progress. The migration from an analogue to a digital technology was a real game changer. Suddenly technology integration has become much easier and cost effective. User friendliness and flexibility seem to no long have any limits.  

Here, and, in the newly published edition of Detektor magazine 02/17, Lennart Alexandrie, gives his views on the cyber threat and how it might affect the security industry.

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