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The Consultant: A Role in Transition
As security & surveillance and IT continues to converge over the next few years―and especially, as IP technology is gaining momentum―it strikes me that there is a need to take a fresh look at the design requirements for the solutions of the future. This most certainly will mean that the knowledge base of the consultants will cha...
Top Seven Physical Security Trends for 2009 and Beyond
The overarching change in physical security is a shift from analog to IP systems and networks. This movement has major implications for equipment purchases, processes, staffing, and training. In the article are seven of the most significant trends in IP-based physical security and how they help you prepare for, protect, detect, ...
Don’t Worry, Be Networked
Deploying IP Surveillance and Video Analytics without Worry Despite advancements in network-based video technology, networking professionals still worry about the impact of an IP surveillance system, paired with other capabilities, on the network. These concerns only increase as security professionals look to connect ...
Security Trends to Watch in 2009
Uncertain Times Can Bring New Opportunities In the coming year, the world’s economic downturn will dominate the headlines. Companies everywhere and in just about every industry, including security, must conserve cash, use capital most efficiently and get more out of shrinking resources. For the security industry, t...
Is Our Telecommunications Infrastructure Secure?
Security is paramount to the telecommunications industry but companies face unique challenges in implementation because of the way they are structured. Telecommunication companies are a critical part of America’s infrastructure and key to securing its homeland in times of emergency. The events of 9/11 and the 2006 ...
3VR introduces compact next-generation hybrid searchable video recorder.
3VR Security, Inc., specialized in the searchable surveillance, has announced the release of its S-Series SmartRecorder, the most compact and economical video system ever to be built upon 3VR’s unique and powerful searchable surveillance platform.
The Future Is Fusion
How the practical application of multimodal biometric identity management is a security trend to watch in 2009 In today’s global economy individuals are more mobile than ever making biometrics a preferred method of identity verification. As such, national identity cards and security checks for air travel are commonpl...
Security on the Move
Presidential Security Coordinating and Using Vehicles Rapid-deployment security vehicles employing infrared surveillance cameras from Bosch help to protect heads-of-state and government ministers during visits to remote, unsecured venues.
The Consultant: A Role in Transition
As security & surveillance and IT continues to converge over the next few years―and especially, as IP technology is gaining momentum―it strikes me that there is a need to take a fresh look at the design requirements for the solutions of the future. This most certainly will mean that the knowledge base of the consultant...
Top Seven Physical Security Trends for 2009 and Beyond
The overarching change in physical security is a shift from analog to IP systems and networks. This movement has major implications for equipment purchases, processes, staffing, and training. In the article are seven of the most significant trends in IP-based physical security and how they help you prepare for, protect...
Mobile Access to Video Surveillance
mobiDEOS--makers of MobileCamViewer, specialized in providing mobile access to video surveillance, now integrated with the JVC NVRs, VR-N1600U and VR-N900U. With MobileCamViewer, customers can easily enjoy the enhanced security and freedom of watching and controlling all the cameras connected to JVC NVRs via their cell...
IQinVision, Innovating Beyond the Market
Since the founding of IQinVision in 1998, the growth of megapixel network cameras for the video surveillance market has exploded. This market growth has validated IQinVision’s longstanding strategy -- to deliver a wide range of highly differentiated IP network products that are designed for stability and reliability i...
IQinVision, Innovating Beyond the Market
Since the founding of IQinVision in 1998, the growth of megapixel network cameras for the video surveillance market has exploded. This market growth has validated IQinVision’s longstanding strategy -- to deliver a wide range of highly differentiated IP network products that are designed for stability and reliability in the most demanding, mission-critical applications and environments.
ADT Security, Powering Customers with Leading-edge Security Solution
ADT Security Services, Inc., a Tyco International Company, is one of the world’s largest electronic security solutions providers for intrusion, closed circuit television, access control, critical condition monitoring, Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and integrated systems. ...
Todd Koelling
OmniVision is a global provider of CMOS imaging solutions. Its integrated high-performance SoC (System on a Chip) solutions offer a wide variety of end applications including mobile phones, PDAs, digital still cameras, security and surveillance systems, interactive video games, PCs and automotive and medical imaging ...
Inrok Do, Samsung Electronics
Samsung Electronics announced plans to rapidly grow its worldwide security business. In June, Samsung Electronics’ VSS Business Team, which oversees the electronic giant’s security business, became an independent business unit under the command of the head of the enormous Digital Media Business.
TVT Digital Tehnology Co., Ltd., Technology Creates Chances
TVT Digital Technology is a robust start-up company, established in 1999, and a professional security equipment manufacturer, with headquarters located in Shenzhen, and three other branch offices in China -- Beijing, Shanghai and Zhengzhou.


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