The manufacturer of network video Axis Communications has available the new generation of its 'system on a chip' for IP video surveillance cameras and video encoders: Artpec-5, improving the performance and processing of video images to run intelligent video analysis applications.

Axis Artpec-5

Based on a dual-core multiprocessor architecture, Artpec-5 represents the new generation of chips Axis Communications that optimizes the performance of memory and processing of video images in IP video surveillance cameras and encoders, providing greater possibilities for intelligent video and running video analysis applications.

The Artpec-5 chip will be incorporated for the first time to the new video encoder on Axis Q7436 card, offering up to six channels and higher performance. This is one of the products that the company is presenting in SICUR 2014, to the 28 February at IFEMA – Feria de Madrid, in its exhibition space in the pavilion 10 (stand D02), as reported Digital AV Magazine.

concretely, Artpec-5 offers standard H.264 video compression support in High Profile (Hip) with high frame rate (60 images per second) in full HD resolution (1.080Q), which means doubling the number of images per second, as well as the resolution offered today conventional HDTV video surveillance solutions.

Axis Q7436With Artpec-5, Axis has developed an optimized processor design that is evident in the reduction of power consumption of network video cameras and video encoders. In addition, this new chip can handle more video streams simultaneously than its predecessors, as it incorporates a faster SD card interface for local storage.

Thanks to its dual-core multiprocessor architecture, a larger cache and improved memory performance, Artpec-5 delivers more processing and execution capability for intelligent video and video analysis applications. By incorporating the Axis Camera Application Platform (Acap), end users can easily select and download apps to embed on their cameras, such as recognition, people count, detection and/or tracking of objects and people, Etc.

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by • 25 feb, 2014
• section: fully, Events, safety