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  • Residential video doorphone goes IP and wireless
    The video doorphone, also called the video intercom, is evolved into a multifunctional device in conjunction with network capability and home automation. Video doorphones for smart home are integrated with security, intercommunication and home automation features. With enhanced importance beyond ent
    Editor / Provider: Editorial Dept. | Updated: 5 / 20 / 2014
  • The pocket-sized connected home
    Mobility has become a key selling point for connected home systems. With the popularity of smart devices, consumers have translated their need for on-hand convenience into all aspects of life, including connected home systems. To keep up with consumer demands, the security industry has come up with
    Editor / Provider: a&s Editorial Department | Updated: 12 / 20 / 2013
  • Geovision Releases Card Reader Built-in With IP Camera
    GV-CR420 is a perfect convergence of intelligent video surveillance and access control. It is a card reader built-in with a 4-megapixel wide angle IP camera, giving a clear wide angle space imaging at point of entrance, thus extending the field of view for more background information. With the built
    Editor / Provider: Geovision | Updated: 6 / 12 / 2012
  • Video Encoders Smooth Analog Migration to IP
    Video encoders help traditional analog systems migrate to IP-based convergence. With the worldwide market filled with growth potential, A&S takes a look at the latest technology developments.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 5 / 7 / 2010
  • Homeland Security Provides Total Defense
    Plastered across headlines around the globe are reports of terrorist attacks and activities. Countries increase homeland security budgets to advance the technologies used to counter all possible threats.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 3 / 5 / 2010
  • Beyond the Touch-Screen
    A new 30-page patent, filled by Wayne Westerman and John Elias, cofounders of FingerWorks (acquired by Apple), sheds some light on what could be Apple's future plans for multitouch devices.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 12 / 31 / 2008