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  • Product homogeneity: a growing issue for the “made-in-China” label
    The global security market has seen many changes over the past few years. Among these, one significant development has been the emergence of Chinese players in the international market. Positioning themselves as low-cost alternatives to more expensive foreign brands, companies such as Hikvision Digi
    Editor / Provider: Emily Lin | Updated: 1 / 6 / 2016
  • Singapore holds the smart key to success
    Singapore, one of the most innovative countries in Asia Pacific, is taking matters into its own hands. With the economy and political issues that have pushed the country to further employ automated systems, Singapore is at the forefront of smart technology.
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu, a&s Asia | Updated: 12 / 30 / 2014
  • Secutech International 2012 — China's Perspective
    The event is Asia's largest international exhibition and conference for the electronic security, info security, fire and safety industry sectors. Celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, the exhibition is no longer just a sourcing fair, but a center of innovation and a propeller of industry.
    Editor / Provider: Evangeline Xie | Updated: 7 / 6 / 2012
  • Thinking Ahead Gives Actiontop an Edge to Ensure its Leading Position
    Actiontop Electronics was established in 1999 and has factory facilities in Shenzhen, China. The company engages in the design, manufacturing, sales and support of high-speed video surveillance camera products, including a variety of domes and zoom lenses, vandal-proof cameras, controllers, matrices
    Editor / Provider: By Tim Shen | Updated: 10 / 29 / 2010
  • Chinese Top 10 Brands Report
    A&S Chinese Top 10 Award has been hosted for its sixth year. The prize awards manufacturers dedicated to providing better quality and service. The ultimate goal is to strengthen Chinese manufacturing capability, raise it to international standards and revolutionize the Made-in-China label.
    Editor / Provider: By Tim Shen | Updated: 12 / 21 / 2009
  • Chinese CEOs Gather to Revolutionize the
    On June 18, at the Marco Polo Hotel in Shenzhen, A&S hosted a CEO seminar to discuss Chinese security players' next step in the global security industry. Major players attended to share their opinions and experience, including Blue Card, Dahua, GST, Hikvision, Jinhualong, Launch, Longhorn, LSVT, Rel
    Editor / Provider: TIM SHEN | Updated: 7 / 23 / 2009
  • German, Eastern European Customers Remain Ambivalent about 'Made in China'
    It is no secret that Germans are some of the toughest customers in the world when it comes to quality. Another characteristic is that they are often slow to adopt new technologies. All of this is bad news to Chinese electronic security manufacturers, which find to their dismay that most Germans pref
    Editor / Provider: By Tim Shen | Updated: 2 / 12 / 2009
  • Chinese Suppliers Turning Challenges into Opportunities talks to Chinese camera, DVR, access control, central management software (CMS) and network management platform manufacturers as well as IP solution providers in Hangzhou.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 1 / 5 / 2009
  • Better Patent Protection Attracts Foreign Capital, Helps Chinese Manufacturers Upgrade
    Chinese electronic security manufacturers are keeping a close eye on global trends. In particular, they are watching two international patent infringement and venture capital cases involving NICE, Verint and Milestone. reports on how major Chinese electronic security manufacturers are prot
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 12 / 25 / 2008
  • CCTV Monitor Players Targeting High-profit Markets
    Chinese monitor vendors have undergone irregular development with much of their experience coming from production of television sets. Some, however, are adopting new technology rapidly to launch advanced (read: high-priced) products and solutions.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 10 / 7 / 2008