Canon Expo 2015, the company's event to present its latest solutions in the field of image, network security and printing held in Paris until the 15 October, has a prominent space in terms of its proposal for the next five years Network Visual Solutions (Nvs) in order to respond to the growth of society's needs in the field of monitoring and monitoring.
Canon presents for the first time in Europe the high-sensitivity network video surveillance camera, equipped with an ultra-telephoto lens, which allows to reach a brightness level eight times higher than that of IP models with a conventional telephoto lens, to perform clear and accurate image monitoring and recording, even in conditions of lack of light, without having to capture images using infrared (more data in Digital Security Magazine).
At this event, Canon has stressed that NVS will be a key area of growth over the next five years. According to the data provided by the company, emEA region alone (Europe, Middle East and Africa), the video surveillance market will reach the figure of 18.000 millions of euros in 2018, according to consultants' forecasts.
The company's latest NVS technology and solutions are displayed at the event along with the latest innovations in Axis And Milestone, Canon Group, and joint demonstrations "to offer customers more innovation and value in the future".
This is how Jacco Leurs explained, Canon Europe Network Visual Solutions: "the new companies of the Canon Group, Axis and Milestone, will play a key role in helping us achieve our global ambition in the video surveillance market. They bring great and valuable experience, in addition to customers, Collaborators, technologies and solutions. Global investment in network video surveillance solutions reinforces our commitment to industry, by increasing our R&D resources in this area over the next five years and beyond".
At Canon Expo 2015 demonstrations are also underway on how to use NVS capabilities to achieve improvements in areas such as tourism and sport.
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