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Discreet Axis Network Cameras Watch Over the Safety of Hotel Guests
25.04.2013

Discreet Axis Network Cameras Watch Over the Safety of Hotel Guests

Alpina Dolomites Lodge, a recently built tourist accommodation with high-profile clientèle, was faced with the need to have a video surveillance system that could protect the safety of its guests without being invasive of their privacy, and that would fit in perfectly with the modern architecture and design of the complex. Located within a scarcely populated natural park of about 7,000 hectares with nearly no visitors during the low season, the hotel had the need to monitor not only its indoor premises, but also the surrounding area. more
Ifsec 2013: Grundig Security With New Cameras And Software For Controlling IP And Analogue
19.04.2013

Ifsec 2013: Grundig Security With New Cameras And Software For Controlling IP And Analogue

Grundig Security, one of the leading manufacturers of security equipment for professional integrators, will be exhibiting its latest new products at Ifsec 2013. The company's stand design gives integrators hands-on experience of its comprehensive, high-quality range. more
Panoramic Megapixel Cameras Set New Benchmarks for Wide Area Surveillance
19.04.2013

Panoramic Megapixel Cameras Set New Benchmarks for Wide Area Surveillance

High definition megapixel cameras can cover larger areas with fewer cameras while delivering superior detail and improving overall security operations. This translates into lower infrastructure costs and improved overall return on investment (ROI), enabling users to deploy less expensive video systems with megapixel cameras while achieving better performance and functionality. These efficiencies become even more compelling when deploying panoramic view megapixel camera systems. more
The Future of IP Standardisation
17.04.2013

The Future of IP Standardisation

Few would argue that as the industry continues its progression toward wide-spread deployment of IP security technology, some type of standards are necessary to guide the industry in a unified direction. Over the past few years, ONVIF has been one of the organisations at the forefront of the standards movement. Since its inception in 2008, the organisation has made considerable gains with more than 2,500 products now certified as conformant with the ONVIF interoperability specification and a global membership base of more than 430 companies. more
Videowall Equipment for Police of Lugano
26.03.2013

Videowall Equipment for Police of Lugano

Lugano is situated in the very south of Switzerland idyllically at the shore of the lake that owes his name to the city. As with everything else, people in Switzerland place great importance on smooth perfection. For this reason the "Polizia Città di Lugano" has integrated numerous different information, process and alarm systems into a functional unit. In this process a secure and ergonomically exemplary solution was created which is easy to handle and future-proof. more
AxxonSoft Releases a New Open Platform Video Management System
12.03.2013

AxxonSoft Releases a New Open Platform Video Management System

Axxon Next is a new-generation video management software that is based on open standards to offer an open platform. It is a user-friendly, intuitive system that lets security personnel get started quickly and easily without needing to learn complicated workflows and procedures. The ergonomic interface simplifies usability and makes it easy to access the system's full functionality right away. more
Special Focus Alarm Systems: Security Self-help
07.03.2013

Special Focus Alarm Systems: Security Self-help

If you have used any means of public transportation recently, you have almost certainly noticed that security measures have been continuously stepped up in recent years. Since al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden's killing by U.S. Forces in May 2011, many Americans as well as those living in other major cities worldwide are still anxious of a retaliatory terrorist attack today. Security threats can also be countered by alert members of the public who report suspicious activity or items quickly by using dedicated communications systems. more
CCTV: Elkerliek Hospital Selects IQ in Vision Megapixel Technology
05.03.2013

CCTV: Elkerliek Hospital Selects IQ in Vision Megapixel Technology

IQ in Vision has been designing, manufacturing and marketing the IQ eye line of HD megapixel IP cameras since 1998. The company with its headquarters in San Juan Capistrano, California has announced through its regional office in Amsterdam that the Elkerliek Hospital in the Netherlands has chosen their HD megapixel cameras for its recent upgrade to IP video surveillance. more
A Ruggedized Digital Video Recording and  Transmission System for Vehicle Fleets
28.02.2013

A Ruggedized Digital Video Recording and Transmission System for Vehicle Fleets

Mighty oaks from little acorns grow, and in the case of Heitel, part of the Australian Xtralis group, they planted one on fertile land when they decided to exhibit at Intersec in Dubai in 2008. From just a small presence at the show they hoped first of all to find a local sales and support partner for their security video transmission product range. In fact they stumbled across a major contract to equip the Dubai police force. more
Technology Partner Program from Bosch Introduced at Security Essen
26.02.2013

Technology Partner Program from Bosch Introduced at Security Essen

With the presentation of its Technology Partner Program (TPP) at the Security Essen trade fair, Bosch Security Systems has enabled inter-operable solutions that fit any application's specific needs. The web-based platform assists customers in identifying compatible video surveillance hardware or software solutions that will seamlessly inter-operate with an existing Bosch installation. more
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