The Sarix IX Series IP camera by Pelco by Schneider Electric of Clovis, Calif. features SureVision technology, a combination of wide dynamic range (WDR), low-light and anti-bloom capabilities.
SSI Staff · August 16, 2011
The Narrow Bezel LCD monitors by Clovis, Calif.-based Pelco by Schneider Electric features full high-definition (HD) 1,920p x 1,080p resolution and edges that range from just 9.6 mm to 17.4 mm.
SSI Staff · May 24, 2011
Pelco by Schneider Electric has promoted Hervé Fages to senior vice president of global product marketing for Schneider Electric's Buildings Business.
May 08, 2011
A new reward program by Pelco by Schneider Electric will help security companies build their businesses and increase profits, according to the company ...
May 04, 2011
Schneider Electric quelled speculation that the company is exploring acquiring Tyco Int'l, saying it prefers smaller deals and that no large-scale transaction is in the works for 2011 ...
April 20, 2011
Schneider Electric is in the beginning stages of considering a takeover offer for Tyco Int’l although no deal is imminent, Bloomberg reported ...
April 11, 2011
The Spectra HD by Clovis, Calif.-based Pelco by Schneider Electric features the company's Sarix technology platform and 960p maximum resolution (20 images per second).
SSI Staff · March 06, 2011
Pelco by Schneider Electric will receive the 2011 Mission 500 Corporate Social Responsibilty (CSR) Award for its charitable efforts. Additionally, Monitronics Director of Dealer Services Barbara Holliday will be given the 2011 Mission 500 Humanitarian Award ...
March 03, 2011
January's SSI feature “Video Continues to Enhance Its Security Image” has a dozen top technology providers identifying the latest and greatest video surveillance technologies. Among the participants was Pelco by Schneider Electric Sr. Product Marketing Manager for Imaging and Storage Systems Sara Scroggins, who addressed the topic of megapixel/high definition (HD) recording and how it is overcoming technical challenges and misperceptions.
Scott Goldfine · January 26, 2011
Clearer pictures, higher intelligence, more intuitive interfaces, expanding applications, descending costs — these are just some of many compelling factors propelling video surveillance forward. A dozen top technology providers encapsulate where the market stands for 2011.
January 09, 2011