WAMA has a professional R&D team who is highly dedicated in developing products that adopt the market's latest cutting edge technologies. We work closely with major technology vendors and we comprehend the first-hand information on the CCTV technology development road maps. The focus on our product development is to deliver high performance, quality and cost-effective products by making use of the state-of-the-art CCTV technologies quickly. Time to market and cost-effectiveness are two essential elements for our success.
Sony STARVIS is a back-illuminated pixel technology, used in CMOS image sensors for surveillance and industrial camera applications. It has extremely high sensitivity that captures images in very low light environments. WAMA NV2 & NZ3 Series cameras use Sony STARVIS image sensors to deliver outstanding quality videos under the starlight.
H.265, also known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), is a video compression standard developed by the JCT-VC organization. It is one of the potential successors to the widely used H.264 (AVC). Comparing to H.264, H.265 offers approximate double the data compression at the same level of video quality.
With video analytics technology, IP cameras can intelligently analyze video footage in real-time, detect abnormal events and instantly send alarm notifications to users, all without the need of human involvement.
P-Iris is a new mechanism for controlling the brightness of the video. It manipulates multiple parameters, including aperture size, exposure time, electronic amplification, of a camera in order to obtain the optimum video quality against the variation in the lighting condition.