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  • Improving Loss Prevention and Store Performance
    Current video surveillance technologies and monitored intruder alarms give retailers new tools and capabilities for security as well as managerial and marketing purposes.
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY HONEYWELL AND LEGIC | Updated: 6 / 13 / 2008
  • Chinese Professional LCD Monitors Get Mature
    The general quality of Chinese CCTV monitors gets much improved. Three major Chinese monitor manufacturers are Skyworth, Stonesonic and Satow. The industry started export quite earlier compared to other security vendors in China. Now, LCD monitors, monitors for surveillance in commercial setting and
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 6 / 12 / 2008
  • Video Analytics on the Rise
    Demand for video analytics is rocketing as more and more products incorporate the technology. A few bumps on the road remain. A&S examines where this important technology is heading. According to IMS Research, the video analytic market will grow from US$67.7 million in 2004 to $839.2 million
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 6 / 4 / 2008
  • DIY Ensuring Plug-Play and Handy Surveillance
    Chinese manufacturers are targeting the home security market with DIY plug play products from GPS car alarm systems, wireless devices, DIY baby monitors and surveillance kits to hidden or spy cameras and portable DVRs with embedded LCD monitors.
    Editor / Provider: COMPILED BY THE EDITORIAL TEAM | Updated: 6 / 3 / 2008
  • Integration Delivers Total Security Solutions
    Ensuring that separate security systems work together as a unified whole is no longer impossible. In this second of the two articles, A&S looks at what Asia has to offer. Converged solutions for non-video security systems allow separate systems to be merged on one platform for improved, timely respo
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 5 / 29 / 2008
  • Video Analytics: Separating Fact from Fiction
    Intelligent video analytics, or computer vision, hold a great deal of promise, but the results so far have been disappointing. Alan Lipton, Chief Technology Officer for ObjectVideo, discussed reasonable expectations for video analytics at the Global Digital Surveillance Forum, part of SecuTech Expo
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by ObjectVideo | Updated: 5 / 29 / 2008
  • Critical Components to the Right Solution
    Building an intelligent video surveillance solution requires more than video analytics, but a whole network of supporting hardware. Herve Fages, Managing Director-Asia Pacific for Pelco, discussed how to implement a smart solution at the Global Digital Surveillance Form, part of SecuTech Expo 2007,
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by PELCO | Updated: 5 / 29 / 2008
  • Image Capture for Digital Surveillance
    Intelligent video surveillance analytics requires sharp images to run properly. Todd Rockoff, Vice President of Asia Sales at Pixim, discussed capturing clear images at the Global Digital Surveillance Forum, part of SecuTech Expo 2007, in Taipei, Taiwan. New digital technologies greatly enhance the
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED by PIXIM | Updated: 5 / 29 / 2008
  • Mobile DVRs Improve Transit Systems
    When on the move, storing and transferring video files on and from mobile DVRs is critical. This article looks at different storage and transfer methods as well as special requirements. Integration with other sensor inputs, such as GPS, has expanded the applicability of mobile DVRs to more than just
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 5 / 5 / 2008
  • Beijing Delivers Safe Passage for the 2008 Olympic Games
    To match the advances in Beijing's subway system, management has invested in next-generation advanced real-time digital video surveillance solutions to be deployed across the metro systems.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted By Nice systems | Updated: 4 / 2 / 2008