Over the past decade, ACTI has gradually expanded the range of products and services to be able to provide end to end solutions for different markets, such as retail, mobile vehicle, education, residential, and much more. These solutions include very specific market driven services, such as point of sale integration, access control, alarm systems, fleet management, queue management, and other analytics based services. ACTI also provides services for security management, business management, business intelligence, service management, and system management.
ACTI belongs to the new family of devices featuring very good compression algorithms and transmission parameters. It has been equipped with a 1 / 4” Sony Progressive image sensor that enables operation even in very low lighting. This model is a Wide Dynamic Range camera, providing quality images in challenging lighting conditions.
Pan / Tilt mechanism allows for quick rotation with angular speed up to 400o, with angular accuracy of 0.225o. This feature and powerful optical zoom enable high quality monitoring of large areas. The housing of the IP 66 class allows operating the camera in any weather conditions. Conversely, Support of PPPoE allows for direct connection of the WAN port to the ADSL modem.
This function allows for the precise location of interesting frames just according to the time.
It contain smaller delays of transmitted images and supporting RTP (Real Time Protocol). However, the manufacturer retained the traditional user’s interface. Conversely, CAM 6630 has the same layout of the menu like any ACTI device. It enables the user of ACTI equipment “to know by heart” all configuration and managing functions.
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265, is a video compression standard and a successor to the widely used H.264. In comparison to H.264, HEVC offers about double the data compression ratio at the same level of video quality or substantially improved video quality at the same bit rate.
ACTi utilizes the powerful HEVC compression in its cameras to deliver imagery of exceptional quality while simultaneously reducing the required bandwidth.