Meraki MV32 camera. 360º vision Ideal open spacesMaria Cruz Alcocer
Cisco Meraki is pleased to announce the latest addition to the MV family: the Meraki MV32 camera. This new camera has a 360 ° vision which allows you to have a complete vision. In the dashboard you can have a digital panorama, with tilt and zoom in both live and historical images. The MV32 is ideal for open spaces that are found in stores, stores, large corridors.
We are also announcing Motion Search 2.0 and Motion Recap that provide greater understanding and business intelligence.
See things from a new perspective
MV32 presents the same innovative architecture as the rest of the MV family, and adds a 360 ° visualization of an area. The camera records and processes the totally distorted image, and the Meraki dashboard allows an immersive video view, with pan, tilt and zoom in live and historical images.
Unlike traditional pan, tilt, zoom (PTZ) cameras that only record what they are currently watching, the Meraki MV32 camera stores everything in the field of view, so no information is lost. This makes it ideal for open spaces, areas with corridors and also in areas with intersecting corridors where visibility is needed in several directions.
Meraki MV32 has an 8.4MP sensor and records at a resolution of up to 2058 x 2058. It has the same industry-leading processor as the rest of the second generation MV line, enabling advanced analysis with object detection through artificial vision and automatic learning. It comes with 256 GB of integrated storage and has wireless capability, which facilitates its installation in a variety of locations.
Find what you are looking for faster!
They are introducing introducing two new software features.
The first feature, Motion Search 2.0, offers a new detection algorithm that increases fidelity for small changes, reduces false positives and offers better sensitivity at night and in low contrast environments.
The second feature, Motion Recap uses the information collected from the movement in the camera to produce composite images that summarize the activity in a single frame. The panel will automatically display the search results as recapitulations of movement, which facilitates the quick identification of what you are looking for. The images of Motion Recap serves to understand everything that happened without watching the video.
The new MV32 will be available from May.
Motion Search 2.0 and Motion Recap will be available for all second generation MV cameras as a software update, included at no charge as part of the license.
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