Network cameras from BURG-GUARD - always one step ahead
Product variety - for beginners to professionals and those who are on their way there
We offer you a variety of cameras for the most diverse purposes and customer requirements. With us you will find everything for the small budget up to high-resolution thermal cameras for high security requirements in projects.
The basis for professional installations
All-rounder for basic video security technology with optimised performance spectrum and good image quality day and night.
For projects with industry and authorities
For increased demands in resolution, image quality, near- and far-field monitoring, AI video analysis and alarm-event linking.
High-end solutions for projects
Intelligent AI functions for number plate recognition, facial recognition and business intelligence are among the features of the high-end systems, which can also be used for targeted alerting by means of special video analyses and provide excellent images during the day and at night.
Decisions with perspective
A security camera not only provides reliable video data. Modern systems also support you in analyzing business processes and optimizing them through evaluation. This can be done, for example, by determining the length of stay, number of people, number of people waiting at the cash registers, heat map, etc. Another advantage is the immediate evaluation of the data in the cameras. The results can contribute live to the improvement of business processes, e.g. by automatic announcements if customers have to wait too long at the checkout and more staff is needed there.
The right cameras for your field of application
We offer you a wide range in terms of IP cameras with high quality. With us you can buy an IP camera that you will be convinced of its usefulness. Whether for your home, store business, car dealership, industrial complex, restaurant, hotel or in public places - we have the right network camera for every requirement in the range and will be happy to support you with questions and planning on site.
The Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) was founded with the aim of creating a standard for interfaces in IP video products. This makes it possible for devices from a wide range of manufacturers to be used together in one system. BURG-GUARD is a member of the ONVIF community and the devices from our company are ONVIF compatible.
Integrated video analysis functions
With video analytics, you can reduce false alarms and get only the messages you need. Furthermore, the advanced features can help simplify business processes and tasks.
The new IP cameras come with advanced AI video analytics features. This includes the normal analysis functions, tripwire, zone monitoring, object added/removed, fast motion detection, parking zone monitoring, crowd detection, loitering detection and face detection, as well as the advanced functions, face recognition, people counting, queue management, heat map and pixelation.
Cameras with AI algorithms, neural networks, can classify objects. For example, it can distinguish between people and vehicles and start an individual alarm scenario.
The heatmap shows you where customers and guests spend the most time. The corresponding colors are cold (blue) for low-traffic areas and hot (red) for high-traffic areas.
Optimal images even in low light conditions
High-tech cameras have image sensors and lenses that are particularly sensitive to light. LowLight cameras fall into this group and are additionally specified to deliver a colorful, smooth and minimally noisy image even under minimal lighting conditions. Where other cameras already switch to black and white and IR light as well as maximum aperture, LowLight cameras are still able to deliver optimal image results.
Longer storage times with the same quality
The new BWNVR\SNVR recorders and IP camera models feature the H.265 video codec (also known as HEVC - High Efficiency Video Coding). This allows - compared to H.264 - twice as strong compression with the same quality. In the H.265 compression process, the macroblocks of successive images created during encoding are compared with regard to redundancies (similarities) and movements between image areas of different sizes, and the difference information is passed on. This method is particularly advantageous for HD and Ultra HD resolutions, as large amounts of data can be effectively compressed without losing image quality.
Dynamic contrasts - see what otherwise remains hidden
True WDR allows the image sensor to capture the image multiple times with different exposure times. Bright parts of the image are exposed for a shorter time and dark areas for a longer time, after which they are merged into one image. Thus, in a backlight situation (e.g. against a window or against the sun), the True WDR function causes the image to be recognizable again in a clear, true-color and high-contrast manner.
Seeing through where others see into the gloom
Defog algorithms minimize the influence of haze and fog in the image. This means that objects can still be detected at greater distances in some cases.
Dual thermal image
Early alerting with verification
Using hybrid thermal imaging camera, events can be safely detected at an early stage and verified directly via real image. These systems provide a very high accurate early alarm with minimal false alarms and are ideal for securing outdoor facilities, areas and parking lots.
Derived from medical and military technology, cameras with thermal imaging sensors can capture temperature signatures and display them. This makes it possible to detect warm objects during the day or even in total darkness, even at great distances. Recycling plants and forestry operators use the technology for early detection of fire hazards over large areas.
If a camera is twisted out of its original position, this can have serious consequences if it is not noticed. Events can not be detected and possibly security or data protection relevant areas can be observed. The
rotation detection informs the operator if the camera is moved from its original position.
360° / 180° Dewarping
Fisheye image crops rectify
Dewarping is the function for equalizing fisheye images. Thus, for example, a room can be completely monitored with one camera.
Alternatively, many fisheye cameras can also serve as 180° cameras and thus cover large areas or entrances with only one camera without large dead zones.
The new IP brochure
Everything at a glance! In our new IP brochure you will find a lot of important information and our current product range in the field of IP cameras.