John Moss of S2 Security talked about the future of access control at a recent Lunch & Learn at CGL Security, putting emphasis on unified clients.
Steve Karantzoulidis · January 20, 2017
The new Arteco-3000 network video recorder is designed for ease-of-installation.
SSI Staff · November 03, 2016
The PERS specialist will initially offer a portfolio of 20 DVRs, analog HD recorders and network IP video recorders geared for a range of market niches.
SSI Staff · April 20, 2016
Pelco and Gallagher Security Management Systems (GSMS) have integrated Pelco network video recorders with the Cardax FT Command Center access control platform to provide end users with a bi-directional interface ...
September 07, 2010
Verint, along with its integration partners EMC and Orion Systems Group, is delivering the robust physical security solution for the new $252 million, 22,000-seat basketball and multi-purpose arena on the Ohio River waterfront in Louisville, Ky.
July 08, 2010
Access Gate Servers (AGS) of Orlando, Fla., releases the Streamline all-in-one system, which integrates a server, high-definition (HD) monitor and 2TB of raw storage in a single unit.
SSI Staff · July 05, 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
The Avigilon HD Surveillance System requires fewer cameras to achieve complete coverage, and as a result can heighten security without impacting the learning environment at the schools, according to the company.
February 02, 2010
The market is being whipped into a frenzy by buzz about IP, yet studies show that only 10-15 perent of systems sold include IP cameras. What’s the deal?
December 10, 2009
The adoption of IP camera standards is considered a vital component to the continued expansion of the IP video surveillance market. A select few groups, including Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF), are leading the charge to create a global standard for interfacing network video products.
November 30, 2009