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A lack of uniformity and sometimes quality of video surveillance equipment at New Mexico State University (NMSU) hampers police investigations. December 23, 2013

"Storing and Protecting Video Surveillance Data," brought to you by Pivot3, is a four-part series designed to educate readers about recent advances in video surveillance technology with a spec December 01, 2013

Analysts have forecast intelligent devices in perimeter security to top $200 million in 2013 as video surveillance and analytics are becoming an integral part of electronic perimeter security solutions. November 13, 2013

Point Grey of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, releases the Cricket IP security cameras. SSI Staff · October 27, 2013

SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine provides an overview of his breakneck three days at ASIS 2013. Scott Goldfine · October 01, 2013

The annual ASIS show in Chicago last week was reasonably well attended and seems to be looked upon as a success by its organizers and most of the participants. From my perspective, it was a good convention and by most accounts produced high quality if not high quantity leads. What follows is an overview of my breakneck three days in the Windy City. I have broken out each of the three ASIS show days into separate blog posts. Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2013

SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine provides an overview of his breakneck three days at ASIS 2013. Scott Goldfine · September 29, 2013

The Americas contributed to 70% of all revenue in the global mobile video surveillance equipment market in 2012, with the majority coming from North America, according to new research from IHS. September 19, 2013

My cover story for SSI’s September issue talks about Bosch Security Systems’ 2013 renaissance of sorts with a higher profile from recent years and the launch of 110 new products this year. While the feature centers around my extensive interview with Bosch executive Jeremy Hockham, I posed some questions to industry observers to attempt to get a more broad perspective of the German-based security equipment manufacturing giant. Scott Goldfine · September 09, 2013

A Southern California municipality tests the video surveillance waters with a system that keeps watch on busy intersections along main thoroughfares. To meet the city’s requirements, the project’s winning integrator provides a high-definition wireless solution that partly relies on solar power. By Rodney Bosch · September 08, 2013




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