SSI logo

Video Surveillance

Top Story

License Plate Recognition Technology Aces Security Test on Campuses

On-campus security personnel cannot be everywhere. They're only human, after all. Campuses could benefit substantially from license plate recognition technology that helps to keep tabs on visitors to the…

Latest in Video Surveillance

Several of Pelco's IP-based camera solutions have been certified by Lenel Systems Int'l for use with OnGuard security management software and network video recorders (NVR). April 15, 2009

Speco Technologies' "T" Series DVRs are now compatible with Brivo Systems' access-control software to add integrated online access control to a security solution with central station monitoring. April 15, 2009

JVC's IP video surveillance cameras can now be used in tandem with JDS Digital Security Systems' Softsite32 Enterprise video management platform. April 15, 2009

Brivo Systems introduced an integrated, online video recorder (OVR) that streams IP video from customer locations to a secure Web platform. April 15, 2009

Seagate of Scotts Valley, Calif., introduced the SV35.5 Series hard drives, designed for optimal performance in digital video surveillance systems. The hard drives have capacities from 250GB to 1TB. SSI Staff · April 14, 2009

Houston-based Pivot3 Inc. announced a new data recovery feature that protects surveillance applications against server hardware failures. The NVR RecoveryTM for the Pivot3 Serverless ComputingTM product line automatically restarts applications such as video management systems, access control and video analytics in the case of a server failure. SSI Staff · April 14, 2009

Dedicated Micros of Chantilly, Va., has taken a new approach with its Integrated Camera Recorder (ICR). The product comprises a full enterprise-grade server integrated within an IP camera, ensuring that recording can be maintained regardless of the IP status of a network. ICR can readily support key capabilities such as local storage, local viewing and playback, remote access, metadata integration, event logging/management and even analytics, according to the company. SSI Staff · April 14, 2009

Behavioral Recognition Systems Inc. (BRS Labs) of Houston introduced the latest version of its AISightTM Cognitive Video AnalyticsTM software, an analytics solution that works with all pan/tilt/zoom (p/t/z) cameras, according to the company. AISight takes visual input from the various positions of a p/t/z camera and automatically learns and stores what activities and behaviors are normal for each view. SSI Staff · April 14, 2009

Bosch of Fairport, N.Y., released the AutoDome Easy IP, designed for discrete surveillance in education and small retail and corporate settings. The camera incorporates a high-performance 100x (10x optical/10x digital) zoom autofocus camera with the latest digital imaging technology to enhance sensitivity and resolution. Capable of real-time streaming in 4CIF resolution, the AutoDome Easy IP is designed to capture all the important details in a scene. SSI Staff · April 14, 2009

Avigilon's Control Center high definition (HD) surveillance software now offers support for cameras developed by Panasonic, Axis and Sony. The Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based company's Control Center 4.0 records and manages video from a wide range of 3rd-party IP cameras and analog encoders for the purpose of building hybrid systems and preserving existing assets. SSI Staff · April 14, 2009


View all security resources & downloads