The Exmor R CMOS image sensor type 1.0 high sensitivity and with background illumination of camera 4 K SNC-VM772R allow document clearly and reliably to the smallest detail, as a truck license plate or number of pallets of cargo.
The distributor of stainless steel for construction Sako-Stahl has been operating in Austria from 1987. Their base of operations is located in the South of Styria and currently has a fleet of 21 trailers.
Safety has been a constant in the company and two years ago it decided to implement a video solution Full HD capable of recording live images in high resolution and that it allowed to identify persons and vehicles, In addition to archive images.
To implement the project counted with the company Security systems GmbH & Co KG to install a video surveillance solution reliable enabling to identify and store data such as plates or specific numbers to load the pallets in a manner consistent, both day and night. To achieve this they needed a camera's general vision of high quality that could record crisp, detailed images of the load and the production. The goal was to be able to use the visual video file to determine, without any doubt, and especially in cases of complaint, If the material is loaded, what material was and had come out of the facilities.
At first the cameras were used Full HD SNC-EB632R, SNC-XM631 and SNC-EM632R of Sony and, Later, is large the project with three teams from the same manufacturer 4K go SNC - VM772R.
The Exmor R CMOS image sensor type 1.0 high sensitivity and with background illumination of this camera 4K allow to document clear and reliably to the smallest detail, as a truck license plate or number of pallets of cargo.
"What most impressed to Sako of the SNC-VM772R was the high level of detail and sensitivity in outdoor, "as well as the fact that camera and high-resolution imaging device could encompass an area considerably larger than the alternative conventional Full HD", explains Hermann Gutwenger, account manager and OWD Security Project Manager systems GmbH & Co KG.
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