Expanding its commitment to open and integrated systems, Pelco will be demonstrating upcoming integration with third-party camera and storage suppliers at the ISC West 2009 show in Las Vegas.

Booth visitors will see the use of storage onto a fiber-channel SAN, as well as recording, display, and playback of third-party IP cameras with the enterprise-class Endura IP video security system.

“As an open systems proponent,” says Dave DeLisser, Pelco director of integration, “we continue to expand the number of integration and development partners so we can provide our customers with more choices and flexibility. Pelco welcomes all ISC West attendees to view these exciting demonstrations.”

From Vicon – It will be showing off the VND-970IP camera dome, a cost-effective IP dome that delivers progressive scan VGA resolution, The camera is intended to provide an affordable IP option for indoor installations requiring many cameras to provide blanket coverage, such as within retail properties and airports. The open platform VND-970IP can be remotely managed and controlled from any ViconNet video management station running software version 5.6 or later.

From NICE Systems – A new release NiceVision includes H.264 support, and new crowd detection and camera tampering content analytics applications. The intelligent video surveillance solution combines real-time video analysis with IP networking, recording and management to enable effective detection, verification, resolution and investigation of events. The newest release of NiceVision (10.7) features: