Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Dinion HD 1080p camera receives prestigious red dot award
For its elaborate and innovative product design, the Dinion HD 1080p Day/Night surveillance camera has been honored with the red dot award. This is one of the world’s largest and most renowned design competitions, which this year attracted more than 14,000 submissions from 58 countries—4,515 products alone in the product design category. Following the announcement of the prizes, the award-winning products are put on display in the red dot design museum and bear the coveted red dot logo for the remainder of their life cycles.
The winning design boasts a completely new casing to accommodate the sophisticated, HD-optimized technology inside. The Dinion HD 1080p is recognized for its best-in-class digital imaging technology, resulting in high resolution images even under challenging lighting conditions.
The camera uses the latest CMOS-based HD sensor for a sharper, more detailed picture with a 16:9 image format. Multicasting, Internet streaming and iSCSI recording are all fully supported, while the built-in Intelligent Video Analysis assists operators in monitoring a busy environment with idle object, line crossing, flow detection, crowd detection and more.
The red dot recognition of the Dinion HD 1080p reflects our brand values of advanced technology and design. Together with their professional look and feel, the cameras are manufactured with the utmost attention to detail. The Dinion HD 1080p delivers the same standards of performance and reliability in any security and surveillance scenario, day or night.
The outstanding quality of our design has been repeatedly acknowledged by international award organizations. Last year, the Dinion HD 1080p scooped up the GOOD DESIGN award, one of the oldest and world’s most recognized programs for design excellence. Recently, the camera also won the MTP Gold Medal Award, one of the most prestigious prizes awarded by the organizers of trade fairs in Poland and central Europe.
For more information on the Dinion HD 1080p, visit http://www2.boschsecurity.us/videosolutions/series.aspx?series_id=14.