Avigilon has donated a high definition (HD) surveillance system to Harbor House of Central Florida, an emergency shelter and community organization for victims of domestic abuse.
October 30, 2013
The influx of high-definition (HD) video cameras has sparked an “extraordinary deluge of data” in the surveillance business, according to research firm IHS.
October 15, 2013
Samsung Techwin of Ridgefield Park, N.J., introduces the SNF-7010 360° megapixel camera. The omnidirectional device is a 3-megapixel, 1,080p high definition camera with a fisheye lens, digital pan/tilt/zoom (p/t/z) and bi-directional audio.
SSI Staff · October 02, 2013
AMAG Technology releases the Symmetry camera range of high definition (HD) network cameras.
SSI Staff · September 29, 2013
Sony Electronics of Park Ridge, N.J., releases the high definition (HD) C-Series cameras — models SNC-CX600 and SNC-CX600W.
SSI Staff · September 15, 2013
The VD022 standalone HD decoder by LILIN of Arcadia, Calif., is a monitoring solution to connect to and display live images from the company’s iMEGAPRO IP cameras.
SSI Staff · July 08, 2013
Hikvision of City of Industry, Calif., unveils the DS-2CD2012-I 1.3MP IR mini bullet camera and the DS-2CD2112-I 1.3MP IR mini outdoor dome, which are part of the company’s new high definition (HD) line.
SSI Staff · June 23, 2013
Avigilon of Vancouver, Canada, releases the HD Micro Dome camera to help ease the transition from analog to high-definition (HD), according to the company.
SSI Staff · May 12, 2013
Avigilon of Vancouver has added its adaptive infrared (IR) technology to its indoor and outdoor H.264 HD Dome cameras, allowing users to capture evidence without a visible light source, according to the company.
SSI Staff · March 31, 2013
While discussion regarding high definition surveillance video has overwhelmingly centered around IP connectivity, there is an alternative. HDcctv, an HD-SDI-based open industrial standard for transmitting uncompressed digital video over point-to-point coax links, offers advantages depending on the application.
By Bob Dolph · March 06, 2013