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Arecont installs “red light” cameras in Sofia

Anyone who speeds past a red light in Sofia, the metropolitan capitol of Bulgaria, may find themselves facing irrefutable evidence of their traffic violation in the form of a crisp, clear image from an Arecont Vision AV3130 megapixel IP camera.

Sectron Ltd., a provider of turnkey security and communications systems in Bulgaria, has installed 26 Arecont Vision AV3130 cameras to expand and enhance a system to catch traffic violators in Sofia, the largest city in Bulgaria with a population of 1.4 million.

“The superior image clarity provided by Arecont Vision’s megapixel technology made their products the obvious choice for our circumstances,” stated Ilia Yashmakov of Sectron Ltd. “The clear benefit of megapixel technology is that it enables future expansion of our system – which will also include additional Arecont Vision cameras.”

Capturing a legible license number on a vehicle as it speeds past, the AV3130 3/1.3 megapixel full motion progressive scan IP camera provides up to 15 frames per second in color 3 MP  mode and 30 frames per second in black-and-white 1.3 MP mode. It uses massively-parallel MegaVideo® image processing architecture and is capable of sustaining more than 6 billion operations per second for unsurpassed resolution, performance and value.

“The installation in Sofia is a great example of how the image clarity benefits of IP megapixel technology can transform an existing application by making it even better,” said Steven Sarfati, Senior Vice President of Sales, at Arecont Vision.




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