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Don’t Worry, Be Networked
Deploying IP Surveillance and Video Analytics without WorryDespite 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 s...
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 re...
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 emerge...
Consolidation Outlook for 2009
Will the credit crunch stop the flow of capital?There are two major forces that have over the last 5 years brought about a reshaping of the structure of the security industry. The first is a rapid consolidation process that is particularly rife when a business is young, immature...
Two Heads Are Better than One
Two heads are better than one especially when security depends on the elimination of unwanted alarms as well as on the detection of threats.Constantly striving to replicate the analytical skills of the human eye and brain, developers are always looking for new ways to improve the...
Connecting Together
The whys and hows of integrating security using IP networksIntegrating security systems such as CCTV and access control over IP networks provides the end user with major benefits. Barry Keepence, IndigoVision’s CTO, discusses how these systems can be integrated and the powerful ...
Information Is Power
How intelligent video is making hundreds of thousands of surveillance cameras effective. When it comes to solving the London bombing case and tracking down its perpetrators, the focus has tended to be on the thousands of cameras in London and their ability to catch everything on ...
CCTV Camera: The Problem Solvers
WDR cameras can be used for solving the most difficult situations in surveillance such as the foyer scenario.In recent years advances in picture sensors and picture processing have led to video cameras with significantly higher performance levels. High-performance wide dynamic r...
Video: Under New Management
What should you look for in a modern Video Management System (VMS)? Will it encompass analogue and digital legacy systems? What kind of man-machine interface do you need? Are there any special requirements regarding IP-based video? And what are the key benefits from such an i...
Meshing with Video Surveillance
Wireless broadband technologies are moving video surveillance into new arenas with the ability to transfer live video in real time to back-office and remote personnel via high-speed, secure wireless connections. By utilizing a mesh network to transmit video, large files can be s...
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