Rose Bowl uses Sony HD IP cameras to upgrade video surveillance
The Rose Bowl, home of Hampshire Cricket is upgrading their video surveillance system with Sony High Definition IP video cameras. With a capacity for over 20,000 cricket fans on match days, the Rose Bowl needed a video surveillance solution that would help streamline their security system. The stadium will be using 14 Sony SNC-RH164 HD Pan/Tilt/Zoom cameras as well as 8 fixed HD Sony SNC-CH140 cameras to monitor the internal and external grounds of the stadium.
Sony worked with the Rose Bowl to develop the HD IP system that would make their video surveillance more efficient and much more proactive. The new Sony cameras have integrated Sony DEPA intelligent video analytics. With the DEPA technology, the cameras can detect and alert security officials when there are potential safety issues or any suspicious activities, allowing stadium officials to handle potential threats before they escalate into larger issues.
Both the Sony RH164 and the CH140 cameras feature HD image capture at a rate of 30 frames per second. The IP cameras also come with image enhancement technologies to help ensure that the quality of the images from the cameras is always high even in difficult lighting conditions such as low light and high-contrast lighting environments.