Whether for alarm video verification at a central station or for a manager to check up on his/her employees, requests to monitor video remotely have become the rule rather than the exception.
May 31, 2008
The shift to digital technology and IP-based solutions is readily apparent, especially at the big trade shows. Jim Talbot, CEO of Chicago-based Ionit Technologies, a provider of advanced DVR systems, provides his perspective on what security contractors could be doing better to take advantage of sales opportunities beyond legacy infrastructure.
May 31, 2008
Global warming has wrecked havoc with weather systems, but Schneider Electric’s acquisition of Pelco created the most earth-rattling thunderclap to reverberate through the electronic security industry during 2007. Having pulled off perhaps France’s greatest conquest since Napoleon’s rule, the French building controls giant is ...
By Scott Goldfine · February 29, 2008
A new study from IMS Research has found that the world market for network video surveillance products increased by an impressive 41.9 percent in 2006, and is forecast to continue strong growth for years to come ...
February 28, 2007
February 28, 2005
Much in the same way VCRs have been obliterated by DVD players on the consumer side, they have been left in the dust by DVR sales on the electronic security contractor side. For the most part, it has not been difficult to adjust to the incredible advantages in going from analog to digital. However, with the revolution now in full swing, it is vital installers understand how to optimize DVR capabilities according to the application.
December 31, 2004