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As the trend towards digital video progresses, we are seeing corporations that are not taking full advantage of the possibilities for enhancing their business with visual data. The big block is not the technology, it is the analog mindset. To gain the full business advantages of digital video, you h
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Everspring progression in the smart home industry

On Jan 24, a&s SMAhome and mySMAhome.com Publisher, Parson Lee met with Nally Chang, Chairman of Everspring to discuss the company's involvement and progress in the smart home industry. According to Chang, after the Fukushima disaster in 2011, people started to recognize the profoundness of hom
01/28/2014
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March Networks: Mobile video surveillance on cloud

In many industries, mobile devices have gone beyond nice-to-have and are understood even by the most cautious budget guardians to be essential kit. There's no question: mobility has become mainstream. And for those organizations with video surveillance needs, the ability to access video on a smartph
01/28/2014
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Tips to select the suitable surveillance solution

When security cameras first came out in the market, there were a few options. Everything was analog and fixed and boxy. Now the selection rivals with PTZs, fisheyes, domes and high definition, low light, and more. The deciding is the hard part, so how to choose what is best? Security CamerasBut unl
12/24/2013
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2013 Security50 intruder alarms: Ride on automation and regulation waves

In 2013, the alarm market was particularly active in the residential sector, driven by both lifestyle and security needs as home automation technology brings opportunities to the market. Accordingly, MarketsandMarkets expected the home security solutions market to reach $34.5 billion by 2017 at a CA
11/28/2013
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2013 Security50 access control(2-2): Product trends from mechanical to electronic

Product TrendsIndustry experts feel that a number of technologies are maturing and will likely continue to grow incrementally in market share. These include, in addition to the shift from mechanical to electronic locks that has been in progress over the past decade, NFC, biometrics, and PoE and wire
11/26/2013
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2013 Security50 access control(2-1): Standardization hits industry

The access control industry is doing well and the market continues to present opportunities. In line with the above perspective, IMS Research, an IHS company, forecasted that the global access control market will reach US$2.3 billion by the end of 2013, from $2.1 billion in 2011. Access Control Mar
11/25/2013
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-9): High picture quality, extreme-light and low-light performance

The security industry is still developing different technologies to provide better picture quality: HD, full HD and even Ultra HD. Image sensor breakthroughs and software have improved camera performance in extreme-light or low-light environments. Along with technological advancements, work on boost
11/20/2013
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-8): VMS and Intelligent video become business-enabling technology

VMS and intelligent video has emerged from video stream monitoring or analytics to become a business-enabling technology. In different verticals, VMS and intelligent video should enable end users to accomplish their business-related tasks more smoothly. “Intelligent video analytics is an important
11/19/2013
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-7): Edge and cloud storage increased in residential and SMB

Edge and cloud storage offer an easy and scalable solution for small businesses and residential customers. These solutions will continue to gain traction, along with the VSaaS business model, and the high capacity and falling prices for SD cards. Panasonic's acquisition of Cameramanger.com positions
11/19/2013
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-6): Mobility becomes a basic feature

Tablet shipments will surpass total PC shipments annually by the end of 2015, according to IDC reports. Smartphones will continue to ship in high volumes, surpassing 1.4 billion units in 2015 and accounting for 69 percent of all smart connected device shipments worldwide. To follow the trend of mobi
11/18/2013
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