Due to the numerous advantages it offers, networked HD video surveillance is growing at one of the industry’s fastest rates.
By Al Colombo · October 21, 2014
Video systems designers and installers can’t blindly trust the specifications manufacturers present on their cameras. Let’s look at some real-world evaluations and key performance criteria to consider. A slideshow of five IP cameras is also included.
Bob Dolph · October 17, 2014
How does the Bosch Dinion IP Starlight 8000 MP measure up? Find out in SSI's latest Bench Test.
By T. Riley Pierce · October 15, 2014
American Dynamics of Westford, Mass., a Tyco Security Products business, introduces the Illustra Flex Series of IP cameras, providing, high-definition 1-megapixel and 3-megapixel video.
SSI Staff · December 11, 2013
Leviton of Melville, N.Y., releases the indoor/outdoor mini dome IP camera.
SSI Staff · September 29, 2013
Designed for outdoor video surveillance, the ONVIF-compliant IK-WB81A IP bullet camera from Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video of Irvine, Calif., features 1,080p high definition (HD) and uses an exclusive, long-range single reflex LED (SRLED) infrared (IR) system with an illumination angle of 53° to capture a wider field of view.
SSI Staff · August 04, 2013
Polaroid, the longtime provider of consumer electronics, will enter into the security space by rolling out a full line of analog and IP cameras, NVRs, DVRs, hybrid video recorders and video management software (VMS).
May 29, 2013
Digimerge Technologies of Markham, Ontario, Canada, releases the SyncroIP Series of IP cameras, which offers three designs, including the mini dome with fixed 3.6mm lens, vandal dome with 2.8-12mm varifocal lens and bullet camera with 2.8-12mm varifocal lens.
SSI Staff · May 27, 2013
Vicon Industries of Hauppauge, N.Y., releases the Roughneck V920D Series of rugged indoor and outdoor network dome cameras, with a choice of standard definition, 720p and 1,080p resolutions.
SSI Staff · April 15, 2013
Based on some comments I have received from a surprising number of manufacturers, I'm going to write a "CCTV 101" type blog.
Bob Grossman · May 24, 2011