Cameras with remote access, 12x zoom and synchronized pan/tilt/zoom technology used to be the kind of technology that existed only on wish lists. Engineers, however, have been creating a new class of cameras that is eliminating issues surrounding access, ease of use and coverage.
Though its features and sleek design look like it’s from a futuristic film, the RoboSHOT 12 USB camera is a hit with real-life enterprise users. Suited for small- to medium-sized training rooms, conference rooms, or classrooms, it can be powered and controlled remotely through an internal web page.
The PoE+ (Power over Ethernet) port and built-in web server appeal to those who desire anywhere, anytime control. By typing the cameras streaming URL into a standards based (H.264, RTSP format) media player users can see the live video stream and control the camera functions. This feature has sparked interest among remote managers, network operators and others in IT control.
The enterprise-class, HD PTZ with USB 3.0 streaming comes with an HDMI video output. All features are built directly into it. The user can plug the camera directly into a PC and use any software application on any OS that supports USB 3.0 devices.
The RoboSHOT 12 USB features a 12x optical zoom with a 73-degree-wide horizontal field of view for coverage of those small- to medium-sized rooms and is ideal for UC conferencing, videoconferencing, distance learning, lecture capture, telepresence and more.
Camera Motion is especially smooth through Tri-Synchronous Motion technology (with a silent, direct-drive motor) that allows all three axes to pan, tilt and zoom simultaneously.