Oncam introduces C-Series to support mission critical video surveillance

oncamOncam, a provider of premium 360⁰ video capture technologies, has introduced its powerful and compact C-Series, the C-12 Indoor and C-12 Outdoor Plus

Both cameras are equipped with a 12MP sensor and are powered by Qualcomm. The Oncam C-Series is designed to support mission-critical video surveillance and security deployments, providing the performance, resilience, scalability and ease of use required of advanced 360⁰ fisheye solutions.

The Oncam C-12 cameras feature Oncam’s dewarping technology, seamless ONVIF implementation, and integration with the major VMS platforms, with Qualcomm Technologies processing power, enabling this next generation of Oncam high-tech video.

Jeff Lorbeck, senior vice-president and general manager, IoT, Qualcomm Technologies, said, “As the Oncam product portfolio grows, our shared vision of delivering innovative camera solutions will enable us to continue unlocking the ‘Internet of Things’ potential for a variety of applications from enterprise, education to smart cities and beyond.”

Technology specialist Qualcomm Technologies has been selected as Oncam’s System on a chip (SoC) vendor to ensure the C-Series’ market-leading performance and more.

Scott Brothers, chief operating officer, Oncam, said, “We are entering a new era for our industry, so we have focused our efforts on building and nurturing a world-class team that centres on innovation through collaboration both internally and externally with the C-Series being the first tangible result of that mindset and approach.

Qualcomm Technologies’ investment into IoT and the ever-increasing use of IP video as a major element within the IoT ecosystem makes the Oncam/Qualcomm Technologies relationship a fantastic fit both now and in the future as we build out our product roadmap.”

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