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Panasonic Acquires VMS Specialist Video Insight

Panasonic’s acquisition of video management software provider Video Insight will help both companies expand their offerings to more schools in North America.


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Learn if Panasonic's WV-SFV481 camera is the best product for your installation job. By T. Riley Pierce · April 01, 2015

ISC West 2015 will showcase new trends in video surveillance including panoramic, HDR, night-vision, cellular and thermal imaging technology from manufacturers such as Brinno, FLIR, Panasonic, Videofied and more. Julie Jacobson · March 26, 2015

Panasonic has released the Nubo wireless home security camera, which the company says is the first connected 4G monitoring camera. The weather-resistant device sends notification alerts and stores footage on a micro SD card. By Grant Clauser · March 18, 2015

Panasonic, Mitsubishi and others are working to deploy advanced ID authentication, wireless video surveillance, bomb detection, facial recognition and other security measures ahead of the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo. SSI Staff · February 24, 2015

Panasonic’s acquisition of video management software provider Video Insight will help both companies expand their offerings to more schools in North America. Rodney Bosch · February 04, 2015

Panasonic's i-PRO Ultra 360 Panoramic and 360-degree cameras utilize the company's 12-megapixel sensor and 4K Ultra HD engine technologies. By Robert Archer · January 16, 2015

The ASIS show encompasses the breadth of the security spectrum. This report examines some of the most important industry developments that could be discerned while walking the show floor this year. Scott Goldfine · October 03, 2014

Here are a few possible high definition/megapixel video products to help your customers monitor their property. Ashley Willis · September 15, 2014

Find out if Panasonic’s Model WV-SFV631L network camera is the best product for your project in SSI's Bench Test review. By T. Riley Pierce · September 10, 2014

The long-time video surveillance executive said he could eventually return to the industry as a consultant. Rodney Bosch · May 28, 2014




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