There is nothing more frustrating than having a video surveillance system capture footage of an incident, only to find that the images are unusable due them being too dark, too light or having too much glare. When this occurs, the culprits are most often the lighting, the wrong type of camera being deployed or the improper placement of a camera.
April 23, 2009
Arecont Vision announces the domestic debut of four H.264 MegaDome cameras. Available in color or day/night versions and with 1.3-, 2-, 3- or 5-megapixel sensors, the dome cameras incorporate H.264 (MPEG 4, Part 10) compression that uses an average of up to 10 times less bandwidth and storage compared to megapixel counterparts using MJPEG compression.
SSI Staff · April 15, 2009
Several of Pelco's IP-based camera solutions have been certified by Lenel Systems Int'l for use with OnGuard security management software and network video recorders (NVR).
April 15, 2009
JVC's IP video surveillance cameras can now be used in tandem with JDS Digital Security Systems' Softsite32 Enterprise video management platform.
April 15, 2009
Dedicated Micros of Chantilly, Va., has taken a new approach with its Integrated Camera Recorder (ICR). The product comprises a full enterprise-grade server integrated within an IP camera, ensuring that recording can be maintained regardless of the IP status of a network. ICR can readily support key capabilities such as local storage, local viewing and playback, remote access, metadata integration, event logging/management and even analytics, according to the company.
SSI Staff · April 14, 2009
Due to continuing economic troubles, the market growth rate is predicted to shrink by 66 percent when compared to 2008 numbers. Video analytics is expected to be hit hardest as buyers reduce capital expenditures and exposure to risky new projects.
October 14, 2008
Arecont's H.264 IP cameras with compression technology provides security professionals with multi-streaming capabilities at different video formats, frame rates and resolutions.
September 16, 2008
The specification is the first revision recommended by the PSIA, an organization created to promote the interoperability of IP-enabled security devices.This initial API specification is centered on IP-enabled video surveillance devices.
September 10, 2008
When we plug in a device we expect it to turn on and work for some period of time. That may have been fine with our traditional analog devices when, as long as we had enough dedicated circuits available, we plugged stuff in and off we ...
July 31, 2008
With new training centers, more in-depth classroom courses and a greater range of eLearning offerings, Bosch is helping to support and educate dealers and integrators as the market shifts toward greater adoption of IP security solutions.
July 15, 2008