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Selecting the proper video camera lens is all too often rife with tough decision-making and unforeseen pitfalls. Luckily, there are many tools available for designers and installers to utilize that can help make an otherwise confounding process much simpler and easier. September 30, 2006

Can there be obstacles to growth? Even with the fast-paced growth that IP video is currently enjoying? You bet! September 30, 2006

System Sensor has released a white paper addressing concerns about the correct spacing and candela settings of strobes in certain types of facilities ... September 30, 2006

National Guardian Security Services Inc. has acquired Professional Security Monitoring (PSM) of New York ... September 30, 2006

Joe Freeman: Manufacturers identify IP video growth challenges. September 30, 2006

The companies will develop software that integrates advanced video analysis with Toshiba's IP cameras. September 25, 2006

The open architecture of the Milestone's XProtect software allows integration with other security subsystems, such as access control and video surveillance. September 19, 2006

S2 Security Corp. and EasyLobby Inc. of Needham, Mass., have partnered to provide integrated access control with visitor management capabilities ... September 17, 2006

Trango Broadband Wireless announces two important uses of its solutions. First, Community Broadband, an Oregon-based wireless Internet service provider, has begun deploying point-to-multipoint access points and subscriber units for broadband access ... September 13, 2006

As networked video becomes more prevalent, security contractors are faced with either learning the technology or greatly limiting their relevance. To a large extent, however, it is a case of fearing the unknown. Aside from some new terminology and basic concepts, the fundamentals of troubleshooting network-based systems are similar to those of traditional surveillance systems. September 01, 2006




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