Poor name choice but then most things are copied over there so why not.
Not really! We know where everything comes from so why stop with the camera.
Maybe its rubbing off.
New way to determine actual manufacturer of OEM products.... YouTube?
I will start with saying that I use LTS a lot, this is my low end, mid level go to. When I first started using them I was under no illusion that this was anything other than a HIK OEM. In the last 5 years I missed many opportunities that I priced myself out of going in with only my custom NVR platform.
In the last 18 months after meeting with LTS at ISC ( I finally took a look after years of emails) and started working with them, and have been very happy with performance, sales,and support. My sales guy will answer emails all night, I enjoy having people that are willing to take the extra step, this is good on them as a company. After years of putting in DVR's and charging through many companies trying to find one that had a UI that didn't suck was a challenge, I first found out about Dahua after pulling several IC Realtime DVR's that seriously underperformed on all levels. I got out of the DVR business and went with custom PC NVR's. This set me up to completely miss out on low to mid level installations.
Present day, I have now integrated LTS into my offerings and have seen some great success with these products. Setting up the cameras and NVR/DVR is straight forward for anyone who has ever touched a HIK product or OEM product. And IMHO the software doesn't suck crotch like the PSS.
As a system engineer,sales guy/installer the onus of responsibility to understand what I am selling is mine and mine alone. The resources that we have now with the internet are deep and far reaching and valuable for sales strategies.
With LTS moving forward with H.264+ rebranded as H.264Zip+ means this -- Regardless of how it compares side by side with other technologies, with this implemented if there is even a nominal increase in performance it is a PLUS, for me, my end users, and for my portfolio of products.
There is absolutely know way that I will ever mistake the HIK/LTS product for Axis zipstream,
if I did then I would be a very uninformed integrator.
The trunk is now slammed
IPVMU Certified | 06/20/16 11:59am
That's the danger of non-protected names; though to be fair to LTS, "zip' is far from just an Axis thing (though I'm sure they're hoping to benefit from the exposure Axis gives to Zipstream, and catch some of that marketing name recognition for free)