Thinking of railways in Switzerland unavoidably conjures up images of the famous Glacier Express. And it‘s true that the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn does operate this internationally famous tourist experience train together with the Rhätische Bahn. But the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn also plays a leading role in operating regional transport in the Gotthard region, operates the Autoverlad Furka and brings guests and goods into car-free Zermatt. More than six million passengers use its routes each year.
At Asis show in Chicago Axis surprised the security world with the announcement of entering the physical access control market with the new Axis A1001 IP based door controller. The market leader for IP video surveillance launches a product that is a platform for two different solutions. Axis Entry Manager (Axis A1001 with built-in web based software) is a ready-made solution for small- to midsized business - such as offices, industries and retail stores - with typically 10 doors and basic access control requirements.
The new Dallmeier IP cameras of the 4920 series score not only because of their pin sharp images in Full-HD quality, but also because of their easy and convenient configuration and installation.
Whether as box camera or in a vandal-resistant dome housing: The DF4920HD-DN and DDF4920HDV-DN use a 5 megapixel CMOS image sensor and provide Full-HD video in real-time (1080/p) using the H.264 codec.
The past decade has brought a great deal of change to the surveillance industry. After experiencing challenging financial times globally along with several tragic events that threatened the security of citizens worldwide, what we have been left with is an important lesson in choosing solutions that provide exceptional protection along with the highest possible return on investment. For manufacturers this means creating products that are multi-faceted, easy-to-use, and cost-effective. For security executives this means choosing solutions that will provide a high return on investment.
Over the time it takes for a little acorn to mature into a solid tree standing proud, Moxa has developed from a small technology integrator into a million dollar company that services 60 countries worldwide. With a portfolio of meanwhile more than 400 different products that focus on on industrial networking & control, Moxa has become a major player in the industrial communication industry.
As the declared goal for the SeeTec software generation to come, was to offer the user the possibility to see more, understand more and for that to perform faster SeeTec Cayuga offers a new dimension of video management - we call that "inspired sense".
Located in the heart of Muscat, the capital of oil-rich Oman, reside the showrooms of Suhail Bahwan Automobiles. Offering cars from manufacturers such as BMW, Infinity and Nissan, the agency is the largest automobile dealer in Oman with correspondingly large showrooms. With such impressive and lucrative facilities, it is no surprise that the company placed a great deal of emphasis on securing the safety not only of its cars but also the many employees and customers that surround them.
The technological advances that have been made in the field of network-based surveillance in the last few years are astounding. High Definition and megapixel cameras were introduced onto the market and the question arose: Which are more suitable for professional video surveillance, HD cameras or megapixel cameras?
As GIT SECURITY celebrates its first 10 years, better performance and lower cost benefits will continue to make megapixel cameras a major driving force in the industry‘s transition from analog to IP video surveillance systems over the next decade. The clarity and precise detail of megapixel video has convinced customers to embrace the superiority of an IP system's substantially greater resolution over analog and standard definition IP cameras.
Jonas Andersson was appointed senior Vice President for product planning and strategic marketing for the security solutions division of Samsung Techwin in January 2013. He had previously worked for Axis Communications for 18 years in a number of senior roles including Director of Video Product Management and Video Solutions and for the last five years, Business Development Director. He was also Chairman of the ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) Steering Committee from November 2008 until December 2012.