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  • Latest HD-over-coax solutions give new life to analog
    While IP-based video surveillance is becoming the dominant way of rendering high-quality video images, analog monitoring systems that transmit signals over good-ol' coaxial cables are not losing their grip, thanks to a series of newly-invented image enhancing HD-over-coax solutions.
    Editor / Provider: Alf Chang,a&s Consultant | Updated: 5 / 21 / 2014
  • Standalone NVRs continue to devour the DVR market
    There are many factors fueling the migration from DVR to NVR, for example, demands for HD, the maturation of IP-based solutions, cheaper and larger HDD storage, and remote surveillance. The main drivers, however, are lowered price and technology standardization.
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang, a&s Asia | Updated: 4 / 21 / 2014
  • Analog solutions upgrade to HD cameras
    Analog cameras still holds 70% to 80% of the market share, while network cameras have matured in features, performance and technology. Analog providers are mainly focused on providing an easy upgrade option for existing customers through standards like 960H, HDCVI, ccHDtv, HD-MDI, ect. Secutech 2014
    Editor / Provider: Alf Chang | Updated: 1 / 22 / 2014
  • New generation 960H cams: Looks better, works better and less noisy
    When the first 960H cameras were introduced, problems with displays and DVR decoders led critics to dismiss the technology as a fad. However, with chipmakers like Sony and Nextchip investing heavily in R&D, as well as hard work from China, Korea and Taiwan manufacturers, 960H has improved significan
    Editor / Provider: Alf Chang | Updated: 12 / 11 / 2013
  • Standalone NVRs advance in market over PC-based NVRs
    NVRs are rapidly replacing DVRs, but a closer look reveals that the NVR market pie is divided by standalone NVRs and PC-based NVRs. Although they are not “birds of the same feather”, they share many similar features. Not surprisingly, their target markets are increasingly overlapping. This article l
    Editor / Provider: Alyssa Fann, a&s International | Updated: 9 / 26 / 2013
  • Asia Update: Hdpro stays strong with HD-SDI
    Hdpro is known for its strong mechanical design background. It enjoyed 83.7 percent sales growth in 2011. Hdpro manufactures several video surveillance product lines including analog, HD-SDI and network cameras. Why Hdpro could still grow substantially despite the gloomy economic outlook can be attr
    Editor / Provider: Christine Chien, a&s International | Updated: 2 / 25 / 2013
  • TI offers iris recognition module on DSP
    Iris recognition is becoming an increasingly important biometric identification technology, growing at a CAGR of 27.5 percent, according to MarketsandMarkets research. Today, TI Design Network member IriTech announced the IriShield iris recognition module based on the TMS320C6748 DSP.
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 2 / 18 / 2013
  • TI offers commercial support for OpenMP API on KeyStone-based TMS320C66x multicore DSPs
    Getting developers one step closer to tapping the full potential of multicore digital signal processors (DSPs), Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) announced the industry's first commercially available support for OpenMP Application Program Interface (API) on multicore DSPs. The OpenMP API is a port
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 9 / 4 / 2012
  • Texas Instruments Releases Multicore Module for Surveillance and Other Apps
    Facilitating easier development with high-performance multicore processors, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) announced the availability of two new evaluation modules (EVMs) for its KeyStone-based TMS320C665x multicore digital signal processors (DSPs). The TMDSEVM6657L and TMDSEVM6657LE EVMs allow
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Texas Instruments | Updated: 7 / 31 / 2012
  • Can You Hear Me Now?
    Active video monitoring is igniting a new round of innovation in security. a&s explores an auxiliary sense to modern-day surveillance systems — auditory perception and analytics.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9 / 8 / 2011