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EverFocus IP cams now compatible with Qnap NVRs

EverFocus IP cams now compatible with Qnap NVRs

Editor / Provider: EverFocus Electronics | Updated: 4/12/2013 | Article type: Security 50

EverFocus Electronics is pleased to announce the integration of its new 1.3, 2.0 and 3.0 Megapixel IP Cameras with QNAP VioStor Pro Series Network NVR. This integration provides Home to Enterprise level consumers a wide array of robust and secure megapixel video surveillance solutions, with up to 128-channel monitoring, 16-channel simultaneous playback, as well as powerful search, scheduling, mapping, and alarm/event management tools.

The EverFocus camera lineup includes advanced box, bullet, dome type and speed dome cameras for a wide range of applications, supporting popular features such as H.264 and MJPEG compression formats and built-in support for SDHC cards for optional event recording. Current models also feature WDR functionality, enhancing the ability to deliver clear images even in conditions of extreme illumination intensity differences, such as strong backlighting.

The lineup also boasts EZN bullet and the EHN dome cameras, designed for rigorous operating conditions, and feature weatherproof housings rated up to IP68, as well as up to 40M IR LEDs for extreme low-light applications. Our dome models offer P-IRIS capabilities, allowing for precise control over the camera iris aperture. This enables greater control over the camera image, resulting in greater depth of field, enhanced contrast, as well as improved image sharpness and clarity.

"The combination of EverFocus image quality with the stable and powerful QNAP NVR platforms is a development that will benefit both of our customer bases" said Jessy Lee, Director of System Planning and Development at EverFocus Electronics. "We are excited about this integration with QNAP, a company with a long history of innovation in the technology sector, and look forward to increasing customer value through our partnership."

State of HD-SDI in 2013

State of HD-SDI in 2013

Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 4/11/2013 | Article type: Tech Corner

Real-life HD-SDI deployments have been scarce, due to practical issues such as component options, truly full HD performance (1,080p at 25 to 30 fps per channel) and pricing acceptability; the relatively high costs of 8- and 16-channel packages have limited uptake by the traditional channels. Things are changing for the better in 2013, however, and this feature looks into what the future holds for this common broadcast technology in security.

HD is an unstoppable trend, thanks to advances in consumer electronics. Security surveillance has been bitten by the same bug; once you go for sharper images, you never go back. Previously, the only way to get better-than-analog surveillance footage was through megapixel cameras and NVRs. Not any more. According to IMS Research, HD over coax products (SDI, SLOC, 960H) are forecast to capture around 5 percent of the video surveillance market revenues by 2016; with the overall worldwide projection at US$20.5 billion, that means a slightly over $1-billion business.

Price has been a chief stumbling block. Choices in deliverable HD-SDI DVRs were limited and at a premium, until late 2012. “The average price for 4-channel HD-SDI DVRs has dropped about 30 percent,” said Danny Tang, VP of Sales and Marketing at Shany Electronic. “As more manufacturers and chip developers, more models are coming out. We are looking forward to the increased competitiveness this year.”

Tony Lin, Manager of EverFocus Electronics, agreed. “We foresee SDI prices coming down to a level on par with high-end traditional analog devices, with a better chance to win over customers looking to upgrade. We believe the improved product availability will hit squarely in the middle of the traditional analog market. This will include any market that hasn't already turned to IP.”

Applications That Could Benefit
Most of the approached industry contacts found it hard to see large-scale HD-SDI deployments, but some saw unique potential. “Our SDI solution is ideal for recording legal proceedings and can be used across multiple courtrooms simultaneously,” said Vanne Lin, Executive VP at iCatch. “Advantages include ease of use, no lag time or frame-rate interruptions, free from bandwidth limitations, stability and reliability, and high image quality.”

Keeping existing analog cabling infrastructure intact is another advantage. “For example, there are quite a few historic sites in Europe, and changing all the wiring to Ethernet might be out of the question,” Tang said. “We already have some European customers asking for HD-SDI solutions. Japan also shows great potential, due to a large analog installed base. To offer customized solutions and meet local needs, we designed features to include power over coaxial and remote control.”

More cost-effective HD-SDI bundles could spark increased deployment in retail. “In the U.S., chips and PIN codes on credit cards never caught on, and they still prefer to sign slips or checks,” said Alan Hayes, founder and MD of AMG Systems. “This slows down payment processing. Currently, there are considerations in terms of introducing ‘touch panel payment solutions' that the customer simply touches their credit card to a pad. [In this case], there may be a requirement for HD for proof of identity solutions.” Dahua Technology targets market segments that require HD but have huge existing coaxial infrastructure, such as banking, gaming and traffic monitoring. “Korea and Japan are leading SDI deployment in the APAC region,” said Xuping Zhong, Product Engineer at Dahua Technology. “Growth in other countries is moderate in verticals such as banking, casinos and city surveillance.”

Gas stations may also benefit from HD-SDI. “Gas stations mostly install only limited or basic surveillance,” said Lin of EverFocus. “We have noted, however, the need for increasing resolution in this sector, especially in self-service areas. Due the fact that gas stations are potentially dangerous environments, we believe that SDI is the perfect solution because it can provide resolution increases over existing coaxial cable.”

Advances in Components
HD-SDI reference designs are now available from Altera, Ambarella, Hisilicon Technologies, Texas Instruments and Xilinx, possibly making overall solutions more price-competitive. Increasing availability of ISPs also means that integrators and installers may need to pay more attention to different combinations and developments of sensors, FPGAs and reference designs, said Alf Chang, Senior Technical Consultant at a&s.

Design and Installation Considerations
The situation for video system designers has improved markedly over the last year with the widespread availability of HDcctv equipment, which makes any installer experienced with regular CCTV equipment already prepared to make the move to HD surveillance, said Todd Rockoff, Executive Director at HDcctv Alliance. “Despite this simplicity, newcomers to HDcctv should be aware of some technical points in interoperability, cable length, storage and integration. The next-generation HDcctv standard is on track for ratification mid-2013, bringing new capabilities and benefits for integrators and installers. The chips soon to be introduced that implement next-generation capabilities of the HDcctv standard promise to further accelerate the migration of security to HD surveillance video.”

HD-SDI Enabled
Some manufacturers are thinking ahead to offer easy migration or hybrid solutions for installers and end users. For instance, Hi Sharp offers HD-SDI and analog hybrid DVRs so that users can choose the most suitable cameras for different locations.

Shany provides DVRs with 2 channels of SDI and 8 channels of analog, along with embedded management software, to target the SMB market. Tribrid solutions, with IP, are available as well. “We will continue our efforts in easy-to-use remote configuration design and increased transmission distance to cope with the needs of installers,” Tang said. “SDI for nonsecurity applications and SDI speed domes are our R&D focus as well.”

Webgate (a Daemyung Enterprise company) will focus on integration of HD-SDI DVRs and ONVIF compliance to accommodate diverse user needs. “Since our HD-SDI DVR has network connectivity, video from our HD-SDI cameras can be acquired through a DVR or IP encoder,” said Chris Kim, Marketing Manager. “Hybrid products for analog and HD-SDI will lose their merits soon. We are preparing a long-term plan for hybrid products with IP and HD-SDI.”

iCatch concentrates on management software and mobile applications. “We are one of the first to develop 16-channel HD-SDI DVRs with real-time record/playback function in Asia,” Lin at iCatch said. “Users can fully enjoy the bundled CMS feature. In addition, the DVR also supports Windows/Mac OS and app (iOS/Android) platforms, so users are able to keep an eye on what they care about most, regardless of where they are. Users might not care or know whether their surveillance solutions are IP-based or HD-SDI, but they will care whether the surveillance system can be viewed and managed remotely.”

Top US bank upgrades 1,300 branches and facilities using hybrid solution

Top US bank upgrades 1,300 branches and facilities using hybrid solution

Editor / Provider: March Networks | Updated: 4/11/2013 | Article type: Commercial Markets

The Fifth Third Bancorp (FTB), one of the top 15 banks in the U.S., has launched an upgrade program to replace more than 1,600 of its existing March Networks NVRs with new hybrid models. The bank has already initiated the deployment, which reaches across its 1,300 full-service branches, data centers, corporate offices, operations and cash-handling facilities in the U.S.

 

"With the hybrid NVRs, we gain expanded IP camera capacity, dramatically improved image quality from existing analog cameras, and support for a range of software options that we hope to adopt in the future to combat losses from fraudulent transactions," said Mike Neugebauer, VP and Senior Manager of Safety and Security at FTB.

 

The recorders supports 32 IP cameras in an all IP video deployment, or hybrid combination of up to 16 analog and 16 IP cameras, which enables the bank to continue adding HD IP video capabilities, while taking full advantage of its existing analog surveillance investments. The NVRs' clear videos, also offers the improved image quality critical to identifying bill denominations and other detail. Advanced H.264 video compression ensures that the noticeably sharper video quality is captured without increasing bandwidth or storage requirements.

 

FTB is currently evaluating video and data analytics software for the financial industry, which is supported by the hybrid NVR platform. The software is proven to help banks and credit unions significantly reduce fraudulent losses through centralized searches on correlated surveillance video, transaction data, license plate numbers, colors, and facial images. The software proactively detects ATM skimming and cash harvesting, speeds investigations and helps financial institutions deliver clear and compelling case evidence to law enforcement. In addition, FTB is assessing the use of the software's queue-monitoring and loitering analytics enabled on the hybrid NVRs to gather valuable operational data, such as how customers are interacting with new self-serve kiosks it is introducing in select branches.

 

 

Milestone entry-level VMS now in LenovoEMC NVRs

Milestone entry-level VMS now in LenovoEMC NVRs

Editor / Provider: LenovoEMC | Updated: 4/11/2013 | Article type: Security 50

LenovoEMC announced a new line of high performance NVRs with expanded video surveillance capabilities that deliver superior performance in capturing, sharing and storing digital video surveillance files. The new LenovoEMC NVRs are ideal for businesses with an existing network storage-based video surveillance network as well as those participating in the ongoing industry upgrade from analog-based surveillance systems.

The new LenovoEMC NVRs are the first in the industry to feature Milestone Arcus, the newest VMS from Milestone, the industry leader in open platform IP video management software.

"Customers that need dependable, affordable video surveillance will benefit from the integration of the new Milestone Arcus VMS platform with award-winning LenovoEMC network storage," said Eric Arcese, President and GM, LenovoEMC. "The result is a dedicated digital video recorder appliance with superior reliability, image quality, ease-of-installation and affordability, as well as the versatility to handle an organization's network storage needs."

The new LenovoEMC NVR product family includes three models: the double-drive LenovoEMC px2-300d NVR with Milestone Arcus, which includes 4TB of storage and 4 camera licenses; and two versions of the new four-drive LenovoEMC px4-300d NVR with Milestone Arcus, one with 4TB and 8 camera licenses and one with 8TB and 16 camera licenses. Each model also comes with a one-year software update plan, enabling users to receive the latest feature updates and releases from Milestone.

March Networks launches POS platform

March Networks launches POS platform

Editor / Provider: March Networks | Updated: 4/11/2013 | Article type: Security 50

March Networks is pleased to announce its next-generation platform for the retail market. The comprehensive new solution helps retailers enhance security, ensure store compliance and increase revenues by 10 percent or more. Powered by the company's high-performance 8000 Series Hybrid NVRs and Searchlight for Retail video intelligence applications, it allows convenience stores, quick service restaurants and other retail organizations to aggressively cut losses from theft, and audit all aspects of their in-store operations remotely using customizable reports and easy-to-use video playback tools.

"Rather than using video surveillance only when there is an incident, this next-generation platform makes it possible for retailers to proactively improve their profitability and top line revenue," said Net Payne, Chief Marketing Officer, March Networks. "It enables customers to quickly identify and address areas that are affecting profits, whether that's shrinkage they didn't know they had, under-stocked shelves, or long lines at the cash register."

Increased Profitability with Searchlight for Retail
A cornerstone of the retail platform is March Networks Searchlight for Retail, a suite of intelligent software applications that seamlessly integrates video, security analytics and POS transaction data. The easy-to-use applications provide time-saving 'watch lists' - a set of customizable reports that run automatically and come complete with associated video images. Retailers can quickly scan through the reports and click further to review suspect transactions in more detail. By automatically alerting retailers to the potential theft typical in retail environments, these exception reports enable owners, managers and loss prevention investigators to audit their stores' daily performance in minutes. Additionally, Searchlight for Retail supports centralized searches across a few or hundreds of locations simultaneously, making it faster and easier to investigate suspect incidents and proactively detect losses at the POS or elsewhere in a store.

Improved Operations and Customer Service
The March Networks next-generation retail solution also helps retailers improve operations and ensure store compliance across their organization. Live monitoring and playback of recorded video is easily accessed using browser-based video management software. Mobile access is also available using March Networks Cloud, allowing management to see the condition of a store without having to physically visit the location.

Retailers can audit stores at any time for cleanliness, stocked shelves, brand compliance and other factors that contribute to sales and a positive customer experience, and also turn to Searchlight for daily auditing reports, such as images from every store first thing in the morning to ensure each location is opening on time. Optional security analytics on the 8000 Series recorders - including loitering detection and queue monitoring - are also available to help owners and managers proactively address unacceptable customer wait times, people loitering outside of store fronts and other events via real-time alerts.

Powerful and compact NVRs with intuitive design

Powerful and compact NVRs with intuitive design

Editor / Provider: Submitted by QNAP | Updated: 4/1/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

Imagine having an NVR that features a dual-HDD tray, with a compact size smaller than a dictionary with A4 dimensions. This is not just a concept, but a real product already: QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR. The following is a real-life test report highlighting its strengths.

Well-Designed Enclosure
The desktop VioStor VS-2112 Pro+ series from QNAP Systems, Inc. is a Linux-embedded NVR. The front panel design shows a pluggable dual-HDD tray in the middle and LED indicators of HDD operating status on the left side. The power switch, QNAP's unique one-touchauto-video-backup button and USB 3.0 interface are located at the lower side. This structure is able to handle customers' day-to-day operating and recording operations. The rear panel of this product features the main ventilation fan with audio I/ O ports and four USB 2.0 ports at the upper right side. VioStor VS-2112 Pro+ has 2 Giga LAN ports to enable the network streaming of 12-channel inputs from HD IP cameras. In addition, VioStor VS-2112 Pro+ leverages HDMI local outputs and power supplier, which make this thin NVR an ideal option without compromise.

High-Performance CPU
QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR has not only the look, but also the functional feels. Its CPU printed circuit board implements the “Thermal Solution” to reduce the heat so that the fan can work very efficiently to maintain good ventilation. Its CPU uses the high-performance materials of industrial computers to significantly improve the system's stability and reliability. VS-2112 Pro+ NVR supports two HDDs and 12-channel IP camera inputs. Its CPU features dual-core Intel 2.6 GHz processor, 4GB DDRIII RAM, and 180Mbps transmission rate to ensure the stable and seamless recording and playback quality of several megapixels.

Flexible Storage Display
QNAP VS - 2 11 2 P r o + NVR supports up to 8TB storage capacity, which is able to meet the storage needs for high quality H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG and MxPEGrecording. Furthermore, it adopts H.264 hardware compression to deliver 1080P Full HD image outputs up to 180 fps. This NVR supports the local display via HDMI outputs as well to deliver the Full HD real-time surveillance.

Rich Simple UI
QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR has a very intuitive User Client operating interface supporting multiple display modes, up to 64-channel live view. This interface also supports fish-eye image restore, multiple server monitoring and advanced event management. Users can take advantage of the fish-eye image restore feature for more crystal surveillance images to enhance the security. The on-screen display of QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR groups the monitoring, playback/export and surveillance settings together in blocks to provide the ease of operation. For system setup tasks, this product features step-by-step screens to guide the operators to configure the settings and to eliminate the errors. It offers the preview of camera images and the list of compatible brands and models of IP cameras to help users setup QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR quickly.

Cross-Platform Support
QNAP VS - 2 11 2 P r o + NVR also supports cross platform management. It includes QNAP Surveillance Client software for Windows and Mac OS, and VMobile mobile surveillance app for mobile devices of iOS, Android and Windows Mobile 6.1-6.5 versions. The VioStor NVR management tasks are able to be performed within the web browsing interface of PC or notebook workstations. Users can also use VMobile mobile app to perform remote surveillance via Android, iOS and Windows Mobile devices. This feature enables users to monitor the network cameras and playback the recording files on VioStor NVR anytime, anywhere, with great convenience.

Best for Business and Home Security
QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR provides high performance, high reliability and excellent quality of local playback features. This product can meet the high resolution requirements in the surveillance markets and is the ideal choice for small and medium sized businesses and home offices. QNAP VS-2100 Pro+ series NVR is especially an ideal solution for small scale surveillance such as retail stores, parking lots, care centers, or at homes, coming with favorable affordability and flexibility.

 

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Honeywell on 2013 mega tech trends

Honeywell on 2013 mega tech trends

Editor / Provider: Honeywell Security | Updated: 4/1/2013 | Article type: Security 50

The cloud, mobile-device proliferation, and easier system integration are some of today's key technology trends reflected in the new products and services. The lineup will include enhanced versions of several Honeywell products that have drawn praise from the security dealer and integrator communities for their abilities to simplify installation, operation and maintenance, while also helping those professionals distinguish their businesses.

The newest versions of LYNX Touch 5100 and Tuxedo Touch wireless security systems highlight the residential systems, while commercial offerings such as Pro-Watch access control, the MAXPRO family of NVRs and the recently announced MAXPRO Cloud 3.0 hosted video will also be demonstrated.

Specific enhancements visitors will learn about include:
LYNX Touch 5100 – Scheduled for release later in Q2 is an updated version of the award-winning, self-contained, wireless system with Z-Wave integration and Wi-Fi alarm communications. The LYNX Touch 5100 wireless system extends its connected home capabilities by offering advanced sensor technology for garage-door control, as well as alerts for severe weather such as tornadoes. Beyond the ability to simply control garage doors, however, the LYNX Touch system can sense if a garage door is accidentally left open during a pre-designated time set by the owner – and then closes the door itself automatically. This sensor advancement can pave the way for future capabilities in the connected home space.

Tuxedo Touch touchscreen controller with Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services – Pairing Honeywell's popular touchscreen controller with Honeywell Total Connect remote services ties together all of the technology in users' homes and businesses – such as security, cameras and Z-wave enabled lights, thermostats, locks and shades – to increase comfort, enhance lifestyles and make more homes and buildings energy efficient. Integration with Honeywell Total Connect allows home and business owners to control the system from any Internet-enabled device, including smartphones, mobile tablets, PCs, laptops and others from anywhere in the world. The combined solution will be available in late Spring.

MAXPRO Cloud 3.0 hosted video service – Announced earlier this month, the latest version of the award-winning, hosted-video system gives companies more options for storing surveillance clips; it's among the first in the security industry to combine local storage, USB-based storage, a networked attached storage appliance, and cloud-based backup. Its enhanced online tools, including a digital dashboard, allow users to easily manage surveillance across multiple sites, improving overall security while reducing costs.

MAXPRO NVR 2.5 – The latest portfolio of MAXPRO network video recorders and their software-only options are fully compatible with Honeywell's new line of ONVIF Profile S-compliant IP cameras. Other enhancements include integration with smart video motion detection, 360-degree camera support and a calendar search. Its new virtualization support for NVRs saves end users time and money by allowing them to use existing servers to virtualize video surveillance on the same infrastructure.

Pro-Watch 4.1 security management platform – The newest version of the widely used Pro-Watch security management platform allows security professionals to more-easily design “connected-business” systems using a Honeywell software development kit. The open system also now supports Salto disconnected readers, which secure entry ways more effectively without traditional hardware and wiring. Additionally, the latest version is compatible with Honeywell's Vindicator Standard Edition intrusion detection system, which now enables large commercial sites to use military-grade protection to secure their perimeters and manage event information gathered from interior and perimeter intrusion, video detection, access control and fire systems.

Idis sponsors surveillance area at UK trade show

Idis sponsors surveillance area at UK trade show

Editor / Provider: Idis | Updated: 3/12/2013 | Article type: Security 50

Idis has confirmed its headline sponsorship of the CCTV and video surveillance product area at IFSEC International on 13-16 May, 2013 at the NEC in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

IFSEC's CCTV and video surveillance product area will cover all aspects of CCTV and video surveillance, this dedicated product area will feature the very latest products and services in the industry, including video surveillance, central control rooms, and the innovations with high definition technology.

Idis have also confirmed a 126sqm stand in Hall 5 D30 where it will be launching its next generation DirectIP HD video surveillance. Built on game changing DirectIP framework and products, Idis will launch its own suite of IP HD cameras, NVRs and VMS.

Asia Update: LILIN revamps to embrace IP

Asia Update: LILIN revamps to embrace IP

Editor / Provider: LILIN | Updated: 3/11/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

Merit LILIN, a company that is no stranger to the security industry, was established in 1980 in Taipei, Taiwan. Under the charismatic leadership of Cheng Chung Hsu, President of LILIN, it is one of the few dynamic Taiwanese companies that was able to confront and overcome the turbulent times associated with the economy. Today, it has successfully transformed and shifted its main strength from analog to IP video surveillance.

Hsu, the personification of honesty and determination, embodied his ideals into his company. Since LILIN cares a great deal about the quality of its products, its high manufacturing costs make it almost impossible for the company to accept orders for OEM/ODM. Hsu once joked that he had no other choice but to set up his own branches to sell his products. All humor aside, it is evident that LILIN is a company dedicated to upholding its ideals of product quality and company image. Over the past 30 years, though LILIN did not invest in flashy marketing hype, the company still earned a reputation for quality based on exceptional product performance.

Determination to Go IP
LILIN had originally focused mainly on hardware and analog video surveillance products, but the falling prices for analog products, along with the increase in competition from China, from 2006 to 2007, drove Hsu to redirect his focus to IP products. Slowly, Hsu led his company to embark on its journey of IP development. LILIN took four years to launch its IP line into the market. Underlying factors can be attributed to a number of reasons. IP requires vast software proficiency, but LILIN's strength had been in hardware. In comparison to analog, which required a team of no more than 10 to develop, IP needed a much larger team, including network communication and software specialists. To produce and manufacture IP products, LILIN sought experts in IP and software design.

After encountering a series of obstructions in its early stages of development, LILIN was able to overcome its obstacles and ensure the compatibillity of its products with third-party solutions. The company successfully launched its IP products in 2011. Currently, its products are fully compatible with the top 15 leading VMS brands.

LILIN's network cameras are aimed at the mid-to high-end market, and emphasize excellent quality and reliability, Hsu said. Taking into consideration its late entrance into the IP market, LILIN's prices are set to be more flexible, providing end users with more quality products at an affordable price.

Aside from network cameras, LILIN also developed back-end storage systems, such as NVRs, available in four, nine and 16 channels. LILIN launched the industry's first embedded stand-alone touch NVR that supports a multi-touch screen and records 16 channels in full 1,080p HD at up to 25 frames per second. This NVR is currently at the forefront of its kind, as NVRs of other brands can only record four channels in 1,080p or 12 channels in full D1. Hsu reasoned that if the NVR was stand-alone, it should not resemble traditional models with regular front panels. Thus LILIN incorporated touch-screen technologies into the device. When connected to LILIN's own network cameras, the NVR will automatically detect and connect to them, simplifying the setup process for end users.

The NVR touch is also supported by LILIN's own software, a VMS capable of face recognition, tamper detection, masking and other functions. LILIN had strict requirements for the VMS, since it plays a crucial role in an IP system. Not only does it have to possess smooth and reliable performance, it must not skip any frames, lag, or freeze. After all, each frame is critical in terms of video surveillance. As of now, LILIN's software is free for up to 36 channels, while registration is required for 72 channels and above.

Furthermore, LILIN wants to strengthen its solutions for vertical markets. The field of IP revolves highly around system integration, and that is something LILIN plans to concentrate on. It is focusing on the retail sector, which requires highly integrated solutions with POS, alarms and audio systems.

Reforms in Products, And New Organization for IP
Today, LILIN has successfully established 12 branch offices all over the world, including the U.S., the U.K., France, China, and even Germany and Australia. This is something rarely seen from companies founded in Taiwan.

In the five years since the company made the decision to go IP, about 70 percent of its foreign sales are from IP products and the remaining 30 percent come from analog. Each of the foreign branches is able to rapidly grasp the IP technology within a short period of time because each product manager must enroll in all the trainings. Strict implementations were set in place for new hires as well. Even new sales candidates must have prior knowledge of this technology or have previous experience in an IT-related environment. They must also be able to develop new clients, while they educate existing clients about the benefits of IP video. New employees with IT-related knowledge hired in foreign branch offices rose to 60 percent.

Staying Ahead
As for 2013, LILIN is more than ready to embrace this new year with a fresh start and leave 2012 behind. LILIN will begin a total restructuring of all of its offices worldwide. The company's regulations will also change accordingly to allow for further advancement. Not only will Hsu continue an internal review of all his branches, Hsu plans to have all marketing for its different branches centralized at its headquarter in Taiwan. As of right now, LILIN's US office assumes first priority since the U.S. makes up a larger part of the global market share. Hsu intends to increase the number of employees in his US branch and distribute the remaining employees evenly throughout his different branches. LILIN's Chinese branches assume the next priority of total restructuring, as the market potential is enormous and proper management must be put in place.

An industry veteran, LILIN humbly reforms its teams and products to accommodate the swift transformation to IP. The company is striding into the new world of IP with the same serious dedication it started with

Idis releases IP HD turnkey solution

Idis releases IP HD turnkey solution

Editor / Provider: Idis | Updated: 3/11/2013 | Article type: Security 50

Idis has unveiled its new DirectIP framework and IP protocols that enable rich connectivity and full functionality of each device and element within its powerful yet intuitive HD video surveillance solutions.

The DirectIP framework tackles compatibility and the issues associated with existing protocols, which often prevent the full functionality of cameras, NVRs and other network equipment from being realized. Designed to provide a simple yet high-performance solution, the framework builds an entire network system from a single source supplier with the DirectIP suite comprising a range of IP cameras and NVRs, VMS plus DirectIP switching hubs and accessories.

Brian Song, European Director, Idis, said: “As the IP-based market has grown, many providers' products have no common communication methodology. Today, IP-based devices have independent protocols proprietary to the manufacturer, often meaning every individual product within a surveillance solution is different. Even common protocols, ONVIF and PSIA, can present challenges, while advanced mobile technology and the demand for remote surveillance add yet another dimension to the conundrum.”

Idis DirectIP now provides an easy and convenient package of products to build and operate network security systems. DirectIP permits simple configuration and installation and minimises the complexity of multiple connections, cameras, recorders and integration with third party and legacy systems delivering a complete security solution all from one single vendor.

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