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Basler enters IP camera market

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Basler is entering the IP camera market. At IFSEC 2008 taking place from 12-15 May in Birmingham, the company will present an IP camera series for the surveillance market.

Basler's IP cameras are compact (89.2 x 44 x 29mm), robust, and feature compression algorithms, such as MJPEG, MPEG, H.264, which can be used simultaneously via a 'multiple streaming' capability.

'Many IP camera customers welcome the advantages of network technology, but are not satisfied with the image quality and reliability of current digital camera products. Basler wants to close this gap. During the development process, we stayed in close contact with well-known security companies to make sure that we fully meet the specific needs and requirements of this market,' explained Hardy Mehl, director of marketing and new business.

Based in Ahrensburg, Germany, Basler has more than 20 years of experience in the industrial machine vision market and has developed and produced digital cameras for industrial, medical, and traffic system applications for over 10 years.

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