Jan. 07, 2013
These days, video technology has become an indispensable element of the security arrangements in sports stadia. With its introduction of the Panomera multifocal sensor system, German developer and manufacturer Dallmeier has unveiled an entirely new approach to video surveillance of large areas. This technology offers many advantages for those responsible for stadium security. We spoke with Roland Meier, team leader Panomera Multifocal Sensor Systems at Dallmeier. moreJan. 03, 2013
It is a standardized digital interface: HD-SDI comes from the realm of TV transmission and has now found its way into the world of video surveillance. With it you can transmit uncompressed video streams in Full HD over coaxial cable - delay and jitter-free as well as in high definition. The lunaHD company - a Joint Venture of NSC Sicherheitstechnik and ITS in Bielefeld - already offers the corresponding products. moreDec. 27, 2012
As one of the most impressive surviving buildings of the Roman Empire, the Colosseum is also one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world. While the vast majority of tourists, who flock to the site every year, are happy to simply experience one of the wonders of ancient Rome, a few either want to take a piece home with them or to leave their own mark on the monument. moreDec. 20, 2012
The company's existing IP range already includes various fixed dome, vandal dome, fully functional dome and box cameras.
Meeting the growing demand for digital technology, their new IP bullet cameras have now joined the rapidly expanding HD IP range, and taking a leaf out of broadcast technology‘s book, they employ progressive scanning to enhance the image quality. moreDec. 17, 2012
To provide a secure, reliable and flexible CCTV network capable of delivering high frame rates per second and CCTV images, together with telemetry control, simultaneously to a police station and the main city council building. To deliver all of this over a cost-effective wireless network without the costly expense of digging up the city's historic cobbled streets and causing potential disruption to the tourist trade. moreDec. 13, 2012
Tamron wants to make the life of its installers and customers easier with the Double Vari-Focal solution: just two lenses cover the focal lengths most often needed in security applications. Matthias Erler of GIT-SECURITY.com spoke with Christian van der Heide, Sales (German-speaking countries) at Tamron Europe.
GIT-SECURITY.com: Mr. van der Heide, you have just introduced two new Tamron lenses for IP cameras. Would you briefly describe them for us please? moreDec. 10, 2012
A large intermodal rail freight operator in the UK, Freightliner, wanted to enable staff to quickly search vital footage to enhance security surveillance at its Manchester terminal. This should take advantage of an IP-Surveillance system to assist with operations around the site and to monitor the arrival of containers at the terminal by road and rail. moreDec. 06, 2012
Securely controlling keys and access cards has always been a great challenge for Copenhagen Airport. The keys must be available to staff 24 hours a day, all year round, but it must be immediately obvious if a key goes missing. A future-proof solution was sought by the airport security team. more