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Beijing Entirely Covered by ‘Sky Net’ Video Surveillance System

In the last year, the Chinese capital city increased its camera deployment by 29%.

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Without question, one of the great growth areas of the electronic security industry for the foreseeable future will be video recording. March 31, 2006

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The St. Louis Cardinals' new home has the same name as their previous nest, but that's where the similarities end. Among the enhancements at Bush Stadium III is state-of-the-art video surveillance, which knocks the ball out of the park with networked CCTV systems. March 31, 2006

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Cisco purchases software-maker SyPixx Networks to start new physical-security unit. March 07, 2006

Wouldn’t it be nice if electronic security systems functioned trouble-free until obsolescence began to set in? As you will see, there are too many variables for that to happen. This series of articles has been designed to help technicians get past their fears and master the fine art of system troubleshooting. March 01, 2006

SSI Staff · February 28, 2006

SSI Staff · February 28, 2006

What’s the profile of a typical electronic security systems integration business? If you’re in that line of work, the odds are your company is 20 years old or less (73 percent); has 25 or fewer full-time employees (64 percent); has in excess of $1 million in annual gross revenue (62 percent); derives most of its business from the commercial and industrial markets (81 percent); and specializes in CCTV and access control (59 percent). By Scott Goldfine · February 28, 2006