Alex, I believe it's similar to what StarDot is offering with MCLDC.
The daisy chaining aspect is potentially interesting so long as you go end to end with that limited protocol / option.
Greetings from Pacidal. Thanks for asking.
Currently the transmission technology used in our DTV security systems is DVB-T, a broadcasting standard for digital terrestrial TV. So with DTV cameras, videos can be directly viewed on digital televisions with built-in DVB-T receivers or through a DVB-T set-top box.
Pacidal was founded in 1992 and has shifted its business scope to video surveillance from 2012. Our 1080p DTV camera was first launched at Secutech Taipei this year (Q2, 2014). Pacidal is going to launch more professional models in the coming years. You are welcomed to visit us at ISC West 2015 and IFSEC 2015.
No offense, Thomas but doesn't your offering potentially cause further marketplace confusion? With so many competing technologies: HDcctv (various flavors), HD-SDI, HDCVI, HD-TVI, AHD, DTV and IP all competing for the same business, how do the promoters of any of these HD technologies differentiate themselves?
It was bad enough in the Consumer Electronics field with the Beta vs. VHS wars, the HD-DVD vs. BluRay wars, etc. but now you have a much smaller and far more fractured CCTV market becoming even more fractured and confusing. Where will it all end, and when?