Dotworkz supports Sony's SNC-RZ30N

Sony introduced the SNC-RZ30N network camera system to provide cost effective, reliable, networked based security monitoring. Combining network functionality with Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) capability, the SNC-RZ30N camera takes remote monitoring and security applications to the next level by offering the flexibility to see almost anything within the camera's range and field-of-view over an ordinary TCP/IP network. Using a popular web browser like Microsoft Internet Explorer, the SNC-RZ30N allows the end user to view images and the control the camera's PTZ movement at any location, any time, without the need for additional software. The camera interface can be integrated into most SCADA interfaces.


Dotworkz Systems, a San Diego based security design firm, recently released the patent pending "Cool Dome" and the new 2004 "Ring of Fire" extreme cold climate dome for the Sony SNC-RZ30N Pan Tilt Zoom camera. Both systems can be ordered to work as a one piece unit for easy transportation with the Dotworkz power circuit or even set for long range wireless system, all within a single heavy duty dome enclosure. Now with even easier video deployment, many companies are turning to complete systems like these to monitor remote facilities, dams, cell towers, construction projects and even regional airports.

Sony plans to release several new network based systems designed to accommodate the growing demand for remote digital security. Complete camera and dome systems and built to specifications start

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