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
What do IP-based access controllers, automated video reports and protecting beluga caviar have in common? They all have a place in an evolving recurring revenue marketplace that is full of new potential beyond the traditional monitored mainstays ...
By Rodney Bosch · September 30, 2008
Video analytics has the potential to tremendously impact the security industry. By using image processing algorithms to detect, track and analyze specific activities captured in video streams, video analytics software can accurately identify threats in real-time the moment they begin to unfold and alert personnel to take immediate ...
August 31, 2008
The funding will be used to fuel the company's market expansion and continue product development of its line of intelligent video surveillance offerings.
July 09, 2008
Tech Talk Columnist Bob Dolph breaks down a powerful business tool in the security industry.
May 31, 2008
As video surveillance continues to push into public spaces across the United States, a rising discourse often centers on the erosion of privacy rights and the efficacy of the systems’ highly-touted promises. To discuss the topic, Security Sales & Integration invited Frank Pao, president and CEO of Santa Clara, Calif.-based Vidient, a developer of behavior recognition and ...
February 29, 2008
Todd Hiers and Senthil Natarajan identify the essential trends helping security personnel handle, display, evaluate and store the large amount of video collected from the increasing number of surveillance cameras that are being deployed everywhere.
January 31, 2008
A stock market maxim says that past performance does not necessarily indicate future returns. Nowadays, the same holds true for the ...
September 30, 2007
Buoyed by positive research forecasting and technological advantages, Internet protocol (IP)-based video surveillance is prognosticated to usurp analog systems.
September 30, 2007
Frost & Sullivan reports the market earned $1.26 billion in 2006 and should reach $2.95 billion by 2013.
July 30, 2007