Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, N.Y., releases two H.264 network encoders, a 4-channel and 16-channel model, that convert analog camera inputs (both NTSC/EIA and PAL/CCIR) into streamed IP video data.
SSI Staff · October 02, 2011
The NID-2151 varifocal indoor dome camera by GVI Security of Carrollton, Texas, provides full high-definition (HD) video surveillance, according to the company.
SSI Staff · July 18, 2011
Offering H.264 technology at 30 frames per second (fps), the Illustra 400 Series of IP cameras by American Dynamics of Boca Raton, Fla., part of Tyco Security Products, features 896 X 720 pixel resolution and dynamic bandwidth management, according to the company.
SSI Staff · January 26, 2011
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
A question that comes up extremely frequently in my travels is whether or not IP video equipment should travel on the same network as other business systems such as E-mail, Internet, etc.
August 05, 2010
My July editorial, “HDcctv: Dismissible or Disruptive,” discusses how the new kid on the block, HDcctv, is threatening to wrestle market share away from IP megapixel technology in the push toward high definition (HD) video surveillance.
Scott Goldfine · July 06, 2010
IP User Group will host its upcoming IP-in-Action LIVE event May 11 at the Willis Conference Center in Nashville, Tenn...
April 18, 2010
Panasonic System Networks Company of America is one of several companies that arrived at ISC West this year with products that reflect the incorporation of business units that once operated independently.
March 25, 2010
Integrator NetWatch Inc. of Springfield began implementing the IP-based system in 2006, working with the church to transition its disparate analog cameras using Axis video encoders so the Church could fully integrate its system and store data for longer periods of time than was available with the VCRs and DVRs previously in use.
February 24, 2010