NEXCOM’s Decentralized Security Camera System Improves Business Operations with Video Analytics


Fremont, California (EastBayDaily) — NEXCOM introduces the decentralized security camera system NCk-251 with built-in recording and analytic functionality, aiming to improve business efficiency and operations. The IP (Internet protocol) camera and NVR (network video recorder) combo design ensures not only better resolution but also additional technologies to increase image usability and smart applications such as cross checking with license plates and drivers' faces in parking facilities, security checks for property management, and intelligent surveillance in retail businesses, which ultimately adds safety, security and operational efficiency.

The NCk-251 is an all-in-one security camera system, offering full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution at 30 fps and IR-cut filter for true day-and-night operations. Powered by Intel® Atom™ Processor E3845, the NCk-251 is an open platform that allows integration of any video analytic and management software. The x86-based decentralized camera can process complex images and analyze captured video, providing accurate and timely information to operators in their respective areas.

With onboard analysis capabilities, the NCk-251 automates license plate reading and identification. Installed in parking lots, the NCk-251 can help locate vehicles of interest by analyzing license plates and drivers against designated data base. The security camera system can also be used for automated ticketing or deterring fare evasion.

Property managers and residential communities can rely on the all-in-one security camera system to identify visitors, residents, and potential threats.

The intelligent security camera system can also be used to ensure that a retail building is within the safe level of occupancy. The NCk-251 can be installed at busy entrances and exits in large retailers in order to count customers. The NCk-251 can also boost profit by synchronizing with POS (point of sales) systems to collect consumer demographics for further consumer behavior analysis.

The NCk-251 also features installation-friendly designs, making IP migration easy. With two USB ports for wireless connectivity and digital input and output (DI/O) terminal connectors, the camera can be installed in remote, strategic locations or as cabling alternatives.


Khang Pham