The TandemVu PTZ cameras feature Hikvision’s next-generation camera design, integrating multiple lenses in one security camera to provide big picture and small details in tandem.
Equipped with this technology, Hikvision's new TandemVu PTZ cameras display a broad view even when panning, tilting, or zooming. Users will see everything and miss nothing at any given moment, getting situational awareness from the moment they set up the camera.
Conventional solutions require several cameras to cover an entire perimeter and are complex to manage. With false alarms triggered by swaying leaves or scurrying animals, these systems are costly and inefficient.
A single Hikvision PTZ Camera covers a wide area and features longer infra-red (IR) distances and larger zoom ratios. They detect humans and vehicles with AcuSense technology. Moreover, automated visual and auditory warnings are powerful tools to keep trespassers away.
With conventional solutions, one intersection may require at least four cameras for complete coverage. Even if a conventional PTZ camera is installed at an intersection, zooming in means losing the big picture.
With a TandemVu PTZ, bullet and PTZ lenses can work together to track a target. The bullet lenses secure the panoramic view when the PTZ lens zooms, pans, or tilts. Hikvision TandemVu PTZ cameras provide exceptional low-light imaging for ease of recognition and recording a vehicle's color even at night.
Public squares have no specific entrances or exits, and span a large area that must be constantly monitored. Conventional cameras cannot provide sufficient coverage or adequate zoom ratios to capture all the necessary details.
The bullet lens of a TandemVu PTZ can monitor an entire square while the PTZ lens focuses on details as it rotates and zooms. Security personnel can manually draw a frame in the bullet lens image, then tap the zoom-in power of the PTZ lens to quickly obtain the details of the scene.
Covering the length of an entire highway with conventional security cameras is an enormous installation. And, conventional security cameras can hardly track vehicles at high speeds or capture key information in poor light.
One TandemVu PTZ camera accomplishes the tasks of multiple conventional cameras. Its bullet lens can monitor multiple lanes on an expressway, while the PTZ lens tracks fast-moving vehicles to obtain information like plate numbers and vehicle type, even at night.
In addition to safety-related monitoring, parking lot administrators also need to know the occupancy of parking spaces in real time. This is not easy with conventional solutions, especially when the whole scene must remain in view while zooming in for details.
TandemVu PTZ's bullet lens can help the parking lot administrator understand the overall parking lot status and the distribution of vacant spaces. Its PTZ lens tracks incoming and outgoing vehicles, and performs detailed monitoring of targets when incidents occur.