New video surveillance products and solutions are often touted as having a game-changing influence on the market, leaving security integrators and end users to sort out fact from fiction. SSI queried industry experts to highlight several technologies whose time really has come.
By Rodney Bosch · August 31, 2010
Irvine, Calif.-based SECO-LARM's Enforcer DR-1 video surveillance recording series uses H.264 compression, plus pentaplex operation for simultaneous live viewing or playback while still continuing to record, network transfer and back up data.
SSI Staff · August 17, 2010
Carson, Calif.-based Samsung Techwin America-CCTV Division announces the SVR-470, a 4-channel DVR with a self-contained 3.5-inch LCD monitor. The DVR is equipped with a built-in screen designed to reduce cost and space of extra monitoring equipment.
SSI Staff · January 21, 2010
Paxton Access, a U.K.-based manufacturer of electronic access control, has joined the Pelco Partner First Program.
January 20, 2010
Speco Technologies of Amityville, N.Y., introduces a mobile four-channel, H.264, Pentaplex DVR designed for installation in buses, emergency vehicles, police cars and trains.
SSI Staff · January 07, 2010
The market is being whipped into a frenzy by buzz about IP, yet studies show that only 10-15 perent of systems sold include IP cameras. What’s the deal?
December 10, 2009
Only someone living under a rock the past couple of years would not have noticed the increased activity in modern security CCTV applications. I would go so far to say that the progress of security video is, or shortly will be, evolutionary in the security industry.
November 30, 2009
Hikvision Digital Technology Co. Ltd., a supplier of digital video surveillance products, is integrating a wide range of network cameras and video encoders with the Milestone XProtect IP video management platform.
November 18, 2009
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Irvine, Calif.-based security division releases the DX-TL5716U, the company’s first high-end hybrid DVR capable of capturing images from analog and IP cameras. The DVR is compatible with IP camera suppliers including Axis, Sony and Panasonic.
SSI Staff · November 17, 2009
Samsung Techwin America of Carson, Calif., releases its 16-channel SVR-1670C DVR with H.264 compression technology. According to the company, the product fulfills the need for a lower bandwidth, lower storage and lower cost solution.
SSI Staff · November 04, 2009