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2013 Security50 video trend(9-9): High picture quality, extreme-light and low-light performance

2013 Security50 video trend(9-9): High picture quality, extreme-light and low-light performance

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/20/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

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 boosting user friendliness is underway. Greater interoperability, ease of installation and efficient network transmission for seamless streaming will also be improved.

“Chinese and other Asian brands do cause fierce competition in price, especially in APAC region, but Sony's core strength is always ‘picture quality,' which mainly differentiates us from many other companies. We just launched the G6 platform for higher standard cameras with high sensitivities and WDR this year. The cameras should be used in any critical situations,” said Riki Nishimura, GM of Visual Security Solutions Division, Professional Solutions Company, APAC, Sony Electronics.

“In 2014 we will introduce Ultra-HD to the security surveillance market. These cameras will provide the latest technology currently available for people tracking, capturing facial characteristics and numbers. Bosch Security Systems is continuously investing in imaging quality to ensure best usable image for video surveillance purposes anywhere and everywhere. In 2013 we therefore introduced our groundbreaking starlight technology, offering the security surveillance market products that can deliver an image even under the harshest lighting circumstances,” said Pieter van den Looveren, Manager for Marketing Communications, Video Systems, Bosch Security Systems.

“Until recently, the industry was lacking products that provided clear detail in complete darkness and low-light situations. Recently, we introduced our adaptive IR illumination technology in our HD bullet and HD dome cameras. The adaptive IR technology provides incredible image detail in complete darkness so security professionals can see image detail regardless of scene conditions. In addition, in September 2013 we launched a new technology in our 1.3 HD and HD Dome cameras, providing the most effective way to capture evidentiary color detail in extreme low-light environments,” said Ian Povey, Director of Product Marketing and Management, Avigilon.

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2013 Security50 video trend(9-6): Mobility becomes a basic feature
2013 Security50 video trend(9-5): VMS preloaded appliances are on the rise
2013 Security50 video trend(9-4): Total IP solutions are preferred
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-8): VMS and Intelligent video become business-enabling technology

2013 Security50 video trend(9-8): VMS and Intelligent video become business-enabling technology

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/19/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

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 headline grabber when marketing products. Its effectiveness and actual adoption in the market is growing, but for specialists, it is still a niche market. Samsung Techwin's adoption of the open platform in the cameras ensures that both the general and niche markets are supported. This is achieved by engaging with specialist video analytics companies that integrate their features into a Samsung camera when the requirement arises. These are not ‘special' cameras but the everyday Samsung camera that customers buy on a daily basis,” said Jonas Andersson, Senior Vice President for Product Planning and Strategic Marketing, Samsung Techwin.

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2013 Security50 video trend(9-7): Edge and cloud storage increased in residential and SMB
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-5): VMS preloaded appliances are on the rise
2013 Security50 video trend(9-4): Total IP solutions are preferred
2013 Security50 video trend(9-3): Integration of video and access control
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2013 Security50 video trend(9-7): Edge and cloud storage increased in residential and SMB

2013 Security50 video trend(9-7): Edge and cloud storage increased in residential and SMB

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/19/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

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 it to become a service provider. From other deals this year, we see more partnerships between video equipment companies and service providers as well.

Axis also offers edge storage. All video is recorded on SD memory cards in the cameras. No central DVR, NVR, PC or server is necessary. For viewing live or recorded video, or exporting video after an incident, either the client or a smartphone app can be used,” said Johan Paulsson, CTO, Axis Communications.

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2013 Security50 video trend(9-6): Mobility becomes a basic feature

2013 Security50 video trend(9-6): Mobility becomes a basic feature

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/18/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

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 mobility, security devices further enhance their connectivity by integrating with smart mobile devices.

“Honeywell also developed an easy-to-use mobile application that connects end users to the entire family of one series of Honeywell's IP-based video surveillance solutions while on the go. The application is designed for iOS and Android devices and can be used anywhere a customer has Internet access. It allows customers to view live video, access full-screen monitoring, playback and search videos by date and time, take a snapshot of a video frame, and drag and drop cameras for custom viewing,”said David Gottlieb, Director of Marketing Communications, Honeywell Security.

“Earlier this year, Panasonic announced its first mobile security control room solution designed to enable remote access to our advanced IP-based surveillance cameras and recorders using Panasonic tablets. This solution combines the mobility of Panasonic's rugged, enterprise-grade tablets with the power of our cutting-edge surveillance technologies to provide additional flexibility and put security operations right into the palm of our customers' hands,” said Greg Peratt, Senior Director of the Video Solutions Integration Team, North America, Panasonic System Communications.

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Axis surveillance solution to safeguard 101st Grey Cup Festival

Axis surveillance solution to safeguard 101st Grey Cup Festival

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 11/15/2013 | Article type: Security 50

Axis Communications, a renowned network video surveillance company, announced that the security team at the 101th Grey Cup Festival in Regina, Saskatchewan will utilize a mix of Axis thermal, fixed dome and pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) network cameras controlled by AXIS Camera Station video management software to help protect visitors and volunteers of the five-day festival.

The all-digital, temporary security system will allow Festival staff and local police help maintain crowd control, locate lost children and prevent unauthorized entry into the festival grounds after hours. Installation of the system will be completed by Axis partner Reliable Security, a division of Reliable Heating and Cooling, to provide 24/7 monitoring capabilities.

With more than 60,000 people expected to embark on downtown Regina over five days, the Grey Cup Festival is known as the ultimate party on the prairie as fans celebrate leading up to the Canadian Football League's championship game. The temporary digital camera system will give the Grey Cup Festival security team additional eyes to help keep this influx of visitors safe while they enjoy the activities in the heart of Regina.

An All-Axis, All-Hours System
Reliable will begin installing the all-Axis end-to-end solution of IP cameras and video management software (VMS), including a mix of outdoor-ready fixed and fixed dome network cameras like the popular AXIS P33 Series and AXIS P13 Series.

As 24/7 surveillance is critical for the Grey Cup Festival, AXIS Q19 Thermal Network Camera Series can detect people entering the Festival grounds in complete darkness while AXIS Q1602 Network Cameras with award-winning Lightfinder technology can provide clear, color video at night with minimum illumination – even down to moonlight on a clear night.

AXIS Camera Station will be utilized to view, manage and record all video from the Grey Cup Festival. Axis' VMS is designed to perfectly match the company's wide range of network video products and features, and will provide the security team and Regina police with superior image quality, easy and intuitive video control, intelligent video, multi-view streaming and the ability to monitor video feeds from multiple locations, including at the Regina Police Service headquarters.

2013 Security50 video trend(9-5): VMS preloaded appliances are on the rise

2013 Security50 video trend(9-5): VMS preloaded appliances are on the rise

Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/15/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

To provide an easy-to-use, plug-and-play, IP video solution, we see more suppliers provide a “VMS pre-installed” appliance. Software bundled with hardware saves installers and end users time and headaches dealing with integrating different devices.

“Milestone Systems just released its new NVR appliance, featuring robust, ready-to-use, surveillance solution, which provides Milestone's advanced VMS pre-installed on high-performance hardware.

It is a new family of unique performance-optimized solutions for out-of-the-box video surveillance. When designing the new Milestone appliance series, we thought big: creating a range of products to meet a wide variety of needs, with robust products that are plug-and-play yet configurable and scalable,” said Lars Nordenlund, VP of Incubation and Ventures, Milestone Systems.

“IDIS' newly developed IP video solutions, with simplified plug-and-play installation and operation — just like analog solutions— offer rich connectivity with the ability to integrate with third-party cameras and systems. Our bundled VMS offering allows users to manage integrated security from both an NVR and existing DVR-based systems. IDIS's enterprise-level VMS solution enables integration with multiple sensors and alarm devices through its network in/out module,” Brian Song, MD, IDIS Europe.

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Axis IP cams secure Indian IT services provider Mindtree

Axis IP cams secure Indian IT services provider Mindtree

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 11/13/2013 | Article type: Security 50

Mindtree East campus is a large facility with over 1200 mindtree “'minds” walking in each day. The management was looking for an effective way to enhance their monitoring with respect to the safety of the entire premises and all visitors and staff. Total of 68 network cameras were deployed across 6 floors with an area of 107,000 sq ft.

CONCERNS
The implementation has brought a number of benefits. Apart from the cameras, the organization has also deployed its own Mindtree Manage Mind VMS and Video Analytics on standard off-the-shelf servers to address the below challenges:

  • The head of security and senior security officers are constantly on the move and needed quick access to live video and recorded feeds. The head of security is located in a different campus located across the city.
  • Entry to certain areas within the campus such as data centers, finance bay and hardware labs is highly restricted. Security officers need to be alerted as soon as anyone enters these areas.
  • Security officers watching the video feeds from the control room wanted to be able to create incidents and assign them to specific security officers.
    Ensure that service entrances were not mis-used. For example, vehicle parking at service entrances is restricted to duration of loading/unloading of goods and equipment.
  • Security officers wanted a quick mechanism to assess all security incidents that occurred during the day.
  • Guards frequently moved out of their position especially after office hours and during the weekends.
  • Web browser-based clients enable security officers (local and remote) to monitor video from any standard desktop without installing any software. Security officers can also view feeds from a mobile client and perform basic PTZ commands.
  • Video analytics deployed ensure that alarms are raised as soon as pre-defined rules are triggered. For example, the sterile zone analytics raises an alarm as soon as someone enters a data center during non-office hours. Alarm actions such as email and SMS are sent to a group of registered security officers.
  • Video analytics is also used to detect vehicles parked at service entrances and missing guards to raise appropriate alarms.
    Daily reports about incidents that occurred, action taken and status of equipment ensures appropriate review.

SOLUTIONS
After evaluating multiple IP camera vendors, Mindtree chose Axis IP cameras for their quality and support. A total of 68 Axis IP cameras (including 5 PTZ cameras) across the facility were installed to hasten response to security incidents. AXIS M3011 and AXIS 213 PTZ Network Cameras were short listed based on the cost/ value proposition.

RESULTS
The implementation of Axis IP cameras delivers the benefits of enhanced monitoring and operational alertness, enabling management to supervise the facility at all times with minimal manual intervention. This has also enhanced security with fewer security personnel, who can effectively focus on attending to security incidents. The recordings also enable quick investigation and speedy resolution of redundant incidents.

2013 Security50: Macroeconomic uncertainty still affects security

2013 Security50: Macroeconomic uncertainty still affects security

Editor / Provider: Jill lai, a&s International | Updated: 11/11/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics

The Security 50 providers still played a crucial role in the global market in 2012. They contributed around 68 % of the total global security equipment market and over 40 % of the video surveillance market.

The Security 50 generated US$14.7 billion in global product sales revenue in 2012, with more than $5 billion in video surveillance equipment sales. Of the Security 50, 22 companies made the sales revenue of at least $100 million in 2012. Amongst them, Honeywell Security, Bosch Security Systems, Safran, and Hikvision Digital Technology even reached the $1 billion mark. It was worth noticing that Hikvision set a record sales revenue of more than $1 billion in 2012.

The global security product market was valued at $21.5 billion, with $11.9 billion in video surveillance, according to an IHS report in 2012. Other global markets for security products are followed by access control ($2.9 billion or 13.6 %), intrusion ($2.6 billion or 12.1 %), perimeter ($350.6 million or 1.6 %), and entry control ($3.7 billion or 17.1 %). North and South America combined made up 41 % of worldwide trade for physical security equipment and services. Asia was next at $33 billion, followed by the collective Europe-Middle East-Africa (EMEA) region with $29 billion. Security growth for 2012 in Asia was 13.3 % in APAC, compared to 3.8 % in America and 4.2 % in EMEA, found IHS.

Mild Growth for 2012
The Security 50 average growth rate in 2012 was lower at 12.3 %, compared to 14 % in 2011. It was also lower than predicted by industry experts for 2012 —15% growth. As growth slowed, 27 companies from the Security 50 started to experience the pain in 2012.

We found companies with the greatest drops in 2012 revenue either had significant market share in Europe or a high volume of sales dependent on public/government sectors.

Mobotix was “particularly affected by the debit crisis in Europe,” read its 2012 financial report. “The slow macroeconomic growth that has been seen over the last few quarters in nearly all European countries has now intensified, and a continued recessionary trend appears very probable in the short to medium term.”

Key factors for mild growth amongst the Security 50 are fierce competition in all regional markets and “moderate” growth from emerging countries, such as the Middle East nations, Brazil, India, Thailand, Indonesia, and China. Growth is further hindered by a slow recovery in developed countries in Middle and Western Europe and in the U.S. Especially in the emerging countries, such as the Middle East, political instability and economic uncertainty hampered growth.

Assa Abloy said “the mature markets were marked by subdued demand for most of the year, affected by the fiscal problems and tough austerity measures in Southern Europe and a deepened economic slowdown in Western Europe.”

Synectics Network Systems, a division of Synectics, also mentioned it experienced some growth in the Middle East region, which was slower than expected outside of the oil and gas sector.

Government Spending Continues to fall
In 2012, Security 50 figures reflected strong impact from global economic uncertainty. This“leads to reduced levels of investment, changes in government spending levels and/or priorities, the size and availability of government budgets, customers' and suppliers' access to credit, consumer confidence, and other macroeconomic factors affecting government, industrial or consumer spending behavior,” wrote Flir Systems in its financial report. The companysaid its 2012 sales performance was negatively impacted by reduced spending from US and Middle Eastern government agencies, along with the Eurozone crisis.

Tyco International also said its governmental and institutional customers have experienced budgetary constraints, which mayreduce demand. When the public sector reduces spending, the security industry will be severely tested. The trend appeared even more obvious in 2012.

IP Video surveillance Enters moderate-development Stage
Since growth for IP video surveillance depends on the number of new installations, the slow growth in emerging countries dampened the growth rate of IP video surveillance companies. One bright spot for IP is demand for retrofit projects in developed countries. However, the rate of end users replacing their old legacy analog systems with new IP systems has not exceeded expectations.

IP video surveillance is still hot, but revenue growth is tapering off, as seen in the earnings from Axis Communications, Mobotix, and Milestone Systems. Axis Communications grew 28.7% in 2010, 22.9% in 2011 and hit 17%in 2012. Mobotix grew 19.9% in 2010, peaked to 35.9% in 2011 and fell to 11.5% in 2012. VMS provider Milestone grew 55.8% in 2010, which dropped to 22.5% in 2011 and 19.4% in 2012. VIVOTEK grew by 57.5% in 2010 and 62.1% in 2011; however, growth slowed significantly to 20.7% in 2012.

Of the IP providers, only Avigilon remained in the comparatively high-growth stage. Its revenue grew 67% in 2012, which was at 86% in 2011, and 91.2% in 2010. Although the factors for moderate growth include myriad global economic influences, major IP security companies will be challenged to maintain annual revenue growth above 20 % with high profit margins in the next few years.

Fierce Competition
The maturity of IP video surveillance has resulted in falling equipment prices. Meanwhile, Chinese manufacturers are providing more cost-effective products with improved quality to the world, which makes a saturated market even more competitive.

Hikvision ranked fifth in the 2011 and 2012 Security 50 rankings, but moved up to fourth place in 2013 with $1.1 billion in revenue. Dahua Technology ranked 10th in 2011 and 2012, coming in 9th in 2013. Dali Technology also improved from 48th to 42nd. The rise of Chinese manufacturers has impacted Asian companies from Taiwan and Korea. China will compete with more non-Asian companies on more than just price.

Less M&A
The value of merger and acquisition deals in 2011 was $9 billion, representing a rise of 23 percent over the previous year, according to Memoori Business Intelligence. In 2012, it declined 27 percent to $7.2 billion. Poor economic trading conditions reduced the confidence of major suppliers to go for growth through mergers and acquisitions.

The 2012 Security 50 providers also made fewer mergers and acquisitions. Among the Security 50 companies, Flir acquired Lorex Technology for $60 million and Traficon International for $46 million at the end of 2012. TKH acquired Augusta Technologie and Aasset Security International. In 2012, the acquisitions contributed $115.6 million (€ 87 million) in revenue and $10.6 million (€ 8 million) in net profit for TKH.

Optex Systems acquired Raytec to obtain and expand products, technology, and distribution routes for video lighting systems for the security business. Infinova also completed its March Networks acquisition in 2012. Instead of acquiring new businesses, Tyco International broke up into three units — ADT North American residential security, Pentair flow-control products and services, and Fire and Security.

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Axis and Exacq watch over Cherish Center with IP cams and VMS

Axis and Exacq watch over Cherish Center with IP cams and VMS

Editor / Provider: Exacq Technologies | Updated: 11/8/2013 | Article type: Commercial Markets

The Cherish Center provides education and advocacy for children related to abuse and neglect. By Conducting forensic interviews, The Cherish Center works to prevent, aid in response to and stop child abuse from happening.

By state and federal law, any allegation of child abuse must be investigated, therefore the state-of-the-art child forensic interviewing facility is open 24 hours a day, daily for law enforcement officers and training child forensic interviewers to conduct interviews with children and teens. The interview rooms provide a home-like environment where the children feel relaxed.

Due to the importance of the information and behavior in the interviews, a video surveillance system were needed to effectively monitor and review the activity taking place in the facility and host an increasing number of abuse case investigations.

To best serve the children, The Cherish Center decided to install an up-to-date, advanced surveillance system. They wanted a system that could store video for much longer periods of time and have redundancy.

After seeing the results of Axis IP cameras and audio kits combined with exacqVision A-Series servers and exacqVision Professional VMS software, The Cherish Center Executive Director Wendy Rayburn chose to upgrade to this new solution.

The Cherish Center's new exacqVision A-Series IP camera server came pre-installed with exacqVision Professional VMS software for easy out-of-the-box deployment. With 2TB of storage, their exacqVision server has a much greater storage capacity than their previous system, allowing them to record and store several weeks of audio and video at a time. Often, the investigation of a case will bring new evidence out months after the interview was conducted.

With the expanded coverage, police officers can spearhead situations of angry parents entering the facility or other activity outside the interview rooms. Now, they are capable of tracking intruders before a problematic situation occurs by viewing each camera simultaneously on the exacqVision Professional client software. The exacqVision solution ensures the employees; interviewers and children in the team interview room and review room are safe without the need for a security officer.

The combination of Axis IP cameras and exacqVision Professional VMS software provided police officers and child forensic interviewers with the ability to better psychologically scrutinize the interviews. With the digital PTZ control, they can zoom in on the child's facial expressions while maintaining high quality image to fully transcribe the feelings and reactions in more depth. The quality of the video, the ability to capture the details and review in live and recorded mode has created new ways to investigate each case assisting them to discover findings that they may have missed when conducting the interview providing the team with the ability to identify potential indicators of risk.

Another reason The Cherish Center selected the exacqVision VMS Professional software was because of its simplicity. Every agency that uses the facility for interviews was able to operate the software easily on the spot. Police officers were trained on the exacqVision software within a matter of days, were able to operate it on their own. In addition to state police officers, prosecutors, Department of Child Services' employees and victim's advocates also needed to be able to effortlessly use the exacqVision software. ExacqVision VMS' ease of use made all the various agencies using the software feel comfortable. Additionally, exacqVision Professional VMS software provides audit trail functionality of them to easily determine which users have viewed, searched or altered the video.

The Cherish Center is able to conduct interviews in both of their interview rooms simultaneously and the process of conduct and review is less time consuming. The exacqVision surveillance solution is scalable and can expand allowing additional cameras as The Cherish Centers needs grow and change.

Overall the capabilities of the exacqVision solution fit their specific needs, as a result, the exacqVision surveillance solution provides The Cherish Center with a safe, nurturing and productive environment for child victims and their families.

Port of Greater Baton Rouge improves IP surveillance system with Bosch

Port of Greater Baton Rouge improves IP surveillance system with Bosch

Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 11/8/2013 | Article type: Infrastructure

Port of Greater Baton Rouge is one of the top 10 ports in the United States. It is situated 230 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, covering multiple facilities that spam 85 miles in its Port jurisdiction.

Business Objective:
The port needed a security solution that would ensure the secure transportation of cargo and the safety of staff and visitors working within the port as well as personnel of tenant companies with operations on port property. The solution also needed to conquer the logistical issues of port's main Terminal and Inland Rivers Terminal; example issues are distance between locations.

Solution:
The installation includes more than 50 fixed and PTZ cameras, with VideoJet X10 and VIP X1 encoders strategically placed throughout each location. Connectivity to the cameras and encoders is provided via an IP network, including point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless devices, as well as more than a mile of multi-mode fiber optic cable.

Protection against intermittent network connectivity is built into the system with the use of encoders with two gigabytes of storage. If network connectivity is lost, recording at the edge continues. Once connectivity is restored, the central NVR tracks any gaps in the recording and automatically replenishes the missing pieces with the stored video.

Each authorized operator has instant access to live video from all cameras, as well as any new camera that may be added to the system, using the VIDOS Video Management Software Suite. Archived video is stored centrally on four NVRs using several terabytes of fault-tolerant RAID array storage.

Cameras positioned on the Mississippi River feature video content analysis capabilities, which primarily help to draw operators' attention to significant events, while also reducing the amount of video traffic sent across the network. Using VCA at the edge, only alarm video, such as a vessel moving up the shipping channel or an unauthorized ship present in the river, is transmitted. An alarm notifies security officers and a PTZ camera will automatically track the vessel.

Result:
The cost-effective system allows key personnel access to security data from a number of locations. With remote management tools, port executives and facility security officers can manage the installed devices from the internal network or through secured Internet access.

The solution is an essential element to security, stepping in where fencing and gates is impractical, if not impossible, along the waterfront.

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