Product News: Computer Hardware & Peripherals
Video Stabilizers bring clear video to challenging environments.
Press Release Summary:
October 4, 2011 - Designed for use with analog cameras, AcadiaÂ® ILS-6000(TM) Series eliminates camera motion artifacts to deliver clear, actionable video to homeland security, perimeter surveillance, military bases, and critical infrastructures. Series includes ILS-6000 for outdoor and vehicle-mounted installations, ILS-6100 PCB for OEM integration, and rack-mounted ILS-6200 for 4- or 8-channel analog camera systems.
Original Press Release
SRI Sarnoff Video Stabilizers Now Bring Clear, Actionable Video to Challenging Environments
Press release date: September 22, 2011
To combat these imagery challenges, SRI Sarnoff has introduced the Acadia® ILS-6000(TM) hardware series of video stabilizers. Now stabilization technology previously limited to controlled environments can be deployed to outdoor, mobile, and remote installations.
"The ability to receive actionable information quickly is essential for homeland security, perimeter surveillance, military bases, and critical infrastructures," said Mark Clifton, vice president of the Products and Services Division at SRI Sarnoff. "This solution brings clear video and situational awareness to the front lines of emerging threat locations."
The Acadia ILS-6000(TM) products are designed for use with analog cameras in any surveillance location. They now bring high-quality stabilization--traditionally limited to the desktop--into the field. No training is required for installation and operation.
There are three hardware configurations in the series:
-- The rugged ILS-6000 for outdoor and vehicle-mounted installations
-- The low-profile ILS-6100 printed circuit board for original equipment manufacturer (OEM) integration
-- The rack-mounted ILS-6200 for four- or eight-channel analog camera systems
For more information on Acadia ILS-6000(TM) series products, visit: http://www.sarnoff.com/products/acadia-video-processors/ils-6000.
About SRI International
SRI International, a nonprofit research and development organization, performs sponsored R&D for governments, businesses, and foundations. SRI brings its innovations to the marketplace through technology licensing, new products, and spin-off ventures. SRI, commemorating its 65th anniversary in 2011, is known for world-changing innovations in computing, health and pharmaceuticals, chemistry and materials, sensing, energy, education, national defense, and more. SRI Sarnoff is well known for its broadcasting, vision, and semiconductor innovations.