VIVOTEK Protects the Mad Koosh factory in Iran
Maad Koosh, known as one of the key landmarks in the city of Tehran and home of many major holding companies, is where the majority of financial transactions of the country takes place. A highly comprehensive, sophisticated surveillance system is required to keep the 8-story building and its two large parking areas safe and secure. Maad Koosh worked with Pooya Fara Negar Technology on the project. deploying 124 VIVOTEK cameras. A total of 107 units are FD8134 models, with the rest being IP7361 and IP7142. According to Mansour Farzaneh, President of PFN Technology, the surveillance installation at Maad Koosh‘s headquarters carried a few major requirements. A large number of cameras were needed to monitor work areas and provide basic security for employees. Effective nighttime monitoring was important for spaces outside of the building, particularly the parking areas, in order to clearly discern vehicles and their license plate numbers, even under adverse lighting conditions. PFN also installed fiber optic cabling between floors and the control room to ensure data transmission quality.
VIVOTEK FD8134 is specifically designed for indoor security applications. Equipped with a 1MP sensor enabling viewing resolution of 1280x800 at 30 fps, H.264 video encoding and MPEG-4/MJPEG compatibility, the camera not only reduces file sizes and conserves valuable network bandwidth but also transmits video streams in various formats for versatile applications. The FD8134 series comes with true day and night functionality with a removable IR-cut filter and built-in IR illuminators as well, which make the device perfect for 24-hour surveillance.
VIVOTEK IP7361, a high-end 2-Megapixel network bullet camera, comes with outdoor-specific features, such as concealed wiring to prevent tampering, IP67-rated housing to protect the device against rain and dust, auto-iris capability to keep the lens from sun damage, removable IR-cut filter to adapt to lighting changes throughout the day and IR illumination for superior image quality around the clock.
VIVOTEK IP7142, a fixed network bullet camera like the IP7361, comes with a WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) CMOS sensor, which helps to capture both dark and bright parts of an image and combines the differences to generate a realistic image representative of the original scene, quality close to the capabilities of the human eye.
Mansour revealed that aesthetics was a key factor when choosing the FD8134 over other models. He remarked, "It‘s a simply a beautiful camera. Maad Koosh is proud of the architecture of their headquarters, so they’re pleased that the FD8134 has such a stylish design."