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  • Samsung releases HD cams for ALPR and retail deployments
    Samsung Techwin America, a provider in consumer video monitoring and security products, further extends its portfolio of high-quality CCTV systems with the announcement of two new HDTV CCTV systems. Ideal for security applications where detail is of utmost importance - such as clearly viewing licens
    Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 1 / 15 / 2013
  • New Hyatt Regency in China puts guests and operators first
    In recent years, the rise of budget airlines, increased international focus and a growing middle class in Asia have all contributed to ever-growing demand for hotel rooms across the region. According to reports from the United Nations, World Trade Organization and Intercontinental Hotel Groups, Chin
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Ademco Security Group | Updated: 1 / 9 / 2013
  • Asian manufacturers re-evaluate and regroup
    Growing awareness of the importance of security amongst the general population over the past decade has hastened the development of the industry. The need for new applications, quality products and reliable manufacturers spurred the development of Asian security industry during the same time period.
    Editor / Provider: Alyssa Fann, a&s International | Updated: 1 / 9 / 2013
  • Asia charges ahead in 2013
    The International Monetary Fund has cut global growth forecasts twice since April 2012. Despite widespread economic woes, security is keeping its momentum in certain regions, with APAC being particularly noteworthy given its game-changing population, rich natural resources and urgent needs for both
    Editor / Provider: By Alyssa Fann, a&s International | Updated: 12 / 24 / 2012
  • The Midas Touch of NVRs
    When we look back at the way DVRs came to dominate the CCTV sector, we learn that the first DVRs on the market were PCs with capture cards and recording software. As demand increased, manufacturers invested in developing “stand-alone” appliances. These DVRs use hardware to digitize the video channel
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Merit LILIN | Updated: 12 / 10 / 2012
  • TI releases low-light reference designs
    Texas Instruments (TI) unveiled its newest DaVinci video processors, underscoring the company's commitment to innovations that help make our world safer. The DaVinci DM385 and DM8107 video processors offer customers quality video solutions through the use of exceptional low-light technology and high
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 12 / 10 / 2012
  • India's 2nd largest bank invests in enhanced security measures
    Headquartered in Mumbai, India, the award-winning ICICI Bank is the second-largest bank in the country. Established in 1955, today's ICICI Bank boasts a network of 2,883 branches and 10,021 ATMs in India, in addition to presence in 19 countries. The institution offers a wide range of banking product
    Editor / Provider: Everfocus | Updated: 12 / 5 / 2012
  • Samsung Techwin launches free VMS for up to 1,152 own-brand cameras
    Samsung introduced Samsung Security Manager (SSM), a license-free video surveillance management software platform designed to enable its customers to gain maximum benefit from their investment in the company's network cameras, encoders, DVRs and NVRs.
    Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 11 / 28 / 2012
  • Trends to bank on
    As Internet banking continues its global ascension, the demand for conventional bank counter activity is on a downward slope, and in turn reliance on websites and ATMs increases. This major customer behavior change calls for proper infrastructure adaptations, as this represents a big opportunity as
    Editor / Provider: By Christina Phillips, a&s International | Updated: 11 / 27 / 2012
  • 2013 — Never a dull moment
    Security has become a rapidly evolving and highly complex industry. The cables connecting card readers have been cut in favor of wireless networks. Surveillance video no longer exists on film or tape, but is stored as a string of digital data. And marketers and human resource specialists have found
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Johnson Controls | Updated: 11 / 26 / 2012