Camera ensures visibility in minus visibility
GN Bureau | February 15, 2014
Avake’s software division- Instatac recently showcased some of their products which will have a positive impact in the field of video surveillance in India.
The company showcased the Avake ULIS surveillance camera, based on Sony technology, which has recently been installed in Jalalabad and Afghanistan to keep a track of terror attacks, mentioned a press release issued by the company. The camera is weather resilient and can withstand both extremely high and extremely low temperatures. The camera is most suitable for minus visibility. It has also been installed with a demystifying software, which facilitates in creating perfect visibility.
Speaking on the project, Anurag Sehgal, MD, Avake said, “We intend to double the channel nos this coming fiscal for which Avake shall be doing aggressive channel initiatives - communications - events in coming times to boost brand and channel participation .”
The company also showcased its recently launched Avake DIS 1200 TVL surveillance cameras which provides high resolution.
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