TKH Security Solutions launches new traffic monitoring cameras


Netherlands-based network video company TKH Security Solutions has launched the new BL860 IP (Internet Protocol) bullet camera that produces a high-quality video stream with the sensitivity and sharpness for automatically reading vehicle license plates (ALPR).

The new BL860M2IR is a 3MP HD bullet camera with built-in infrared illumination, providing clear images under any lighting condition. With its cable-managed bracket, IP66 construction, IK10 vandal resistant housing, and motorized 9-22mm varifocal lens, installation is fast and easy, and remote adjustment is simple.

The camera has quad-stream capability for simultaneous streaming of H.264/H.264 or H.264/MJPEG. Multiple combinations of resolution and frame rate can be configured to satisfy different live viewing and recording scenarios, with 3MP resolution available at 30fps, and 2MP at 60fps.

Each selected resolution-frame rate combination can be freely set to a stream number. Various options are available to easily integrate with a video management system, as the camera is ONVIF Profile S-compliant. The new camera provides automatic day/night functionality with configurable thresholds, and backlight compensation further enhances image visibility.

TKH recently introduced the latest traffic cameras under its Siqura brand at the Inter Europe Airport 2017 show. The TrafficPTZ Ultimo is a Pan-Tilt-Zoom camera that features a unique embedded processing system, which allows third-party application software, such as analytics, to run on it. The all-IP camera has a robust design that features fast and accurate positioning, plus low latency, no backlash, large zoom lens and easy installation.

The intelligent camera responds automatically to information from roadside sensors, such as loops and radars, intelligent traffic systems (ITS) and, when allowed, information from the internet. When other systems sound the alarm, Siqura’s TrafficPTZ will position itself automatically to view the situation, and then sends its video feed to the Traffic Management Center (TMC) with an alert. It does not require constant monitoring by an operator, with automatic incident detection in multiple positions now possible, as well as seamless integration with acoustic- and radar-based incident detection.

The TunnelCam Ultimo offers a unique set of features that cannot be found in other units. The durable camera can operate in harsh tunnel conditions and has dual sensor capability, offering simultaneous optical and thermal views, needing only one IP address.

Due to its small size and light weight, it is easily installed by one person. The TunnelCam’s connection cords, power options and camera configuration parameters can be tailored to meet any project requirements, offering an out-of-the-box solution.

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Tom has edited Traffic Technology International (TTi) magazine and its Traffic Technology Today website since May 2014. During his time at the title, he has interviewed some of the top transportation chiefs at public agencies around the world as well as CEOs of leading multinationals and ground-breaking start-ups. Tom's earlier career saw him working on some the UK's leading consumer magazine titles. He has a law degree from the London School of Economics (LSE).