With its latest acquisition of software company Sipelia, IP security solutions provider Genetec will expand its custom solutions development team, according to the company ...
December 15, 2010
IP security solutions provider Genetec has been selected as a regional winner of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2010 program.
November 29, 2010
Bill Nash has been named as the chief operating officer (COO) of IP security solutions provider Genetec ...
November 08, 2010
Although an organization’s IT infrastructure is typically built to handle large amounts of data, many operators are not fully leveraging the functionalities of their investments to optimize bandwidth capacity. Multicasting, multistreaming and video compression are three innovative methods that users can use to optimize bandwidth management in video surveillance applications.
May 16, 2010
As an official integrator for Genetec, SITA will offer its extensive experience in the air transport industry to provide sophisticated and integrated digital video management and access control systems.
May 02, 2010
With more than 30 million passengers traveling through the airport each year, Sea-Tac, a division of the Port of Seattle, was looking to upgrade its six disparate and analog-based video surveillance systems with one fully merged IP-based solution.
March 30, 2010
Saint-Laurent, Canada-based Genetec, releases the most recent version of its advanced IP video surveillance solution, Omnicast 4.5. Version 4.5 supports a variety of on-the-edge video analytic solutions like ObjectVideo technology as well as video devices with built-in analytics from partners like Bosch, Sony and Panasonic.
SSI Staff · January 21, 2010
Genetec has been selected as one of Montreal's top employers for the fourth consecutive year.
October 22, 2009
Denver Int'l Airport (DIA) recently installed an IP video surveillance solution from Genetec to secure its 53-square-mile facility.
October 05, 2009
While gaming casinos haven't escaped the reach of the world's economic slowdown, their onsite assets dwarf those of many other industries. Their sizeable coffers fund various investments in new equipment, technology, construction, furniture and infrastructure, among others. With all of these assets, and given the volume of cash that is kept onsite, gaming casinos face unique security challenges every day.
September 22, 2009