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  • Ambaralla launches video infrastructure SoC
    Ambarella, a developer of low-power, HD video compression and image processing semiconductors, expanded upon its position as a leader in the video infrastructure market with the introduction of the AmbaCast 8000 System on Chip (SoC).
    Editor / Provider: Ambaralla | Updated: 4 / 24 / 2013
  • Asia Update: Next Chip revs up for automotive applications
    As the DVR market diminishes over time and imaging signal processor (ISP) chips can efficiently reduce the board size and total cost in a camera, Next Chip will concentrate on developing ISPs for security cameras. Next Chip, a total turnkey solution provider, is expanding its portfolio of components
    Editor / Provider: Next Chip | Updated: 3 / 19 / 2013
  • Sailing fans in the U.K. protected by rugged, redeployable surveillance solution
    Portland and Weymouth welcomed thousands of UK and international spectators eager to watch the 2012 summer of sport sailing events. With high visitor traffic areas outside the scope and capacity of the existing local authority CCTV infrastructure, a temporary, networked solution was required that co
    Editor / Provider: Quadrant Security Group | Updated: 2 / 14 / 2013
  • Multifactor authentication provides the pieces for peace of mind
    To confirm the identity of a person, something the person has, something the person knows, and something the person is or does are usually the factors used for verification. With multifactor authentication involving two or more of the identifiers, layers of security are created to eliminate possible
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang, a&s International | Updated: 2 / 8 / 2013
  • Dahua releases HDCVI transmission cable
    Dahua Technology, a provider in the security and surveillance field, published HDCVI (High Definition Composite Video Interface), a newest transmission standard with own intellectual property rights. Being an independent innovative analog HD video transmission technology over coaxial cable, HDCVI is
    Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology | Updated: 11 / 27 / 2012
  • Transmitting high-def video on low-bandwidth networks
    As IP cameras increase in resolution and customers demand more clarity, network bandwidth becomes a critical issue. IndigoVision and Vemotion Interactive discuss how careful bandwidth management is needed to get the best out of your IP video network.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by IndigoVision and Vemotion | Updated: 10 / 9 / 2012
  • Making HD less of a gamble for casinos
    Under current economic conditions, figuring out a cost-effective and future-proof technology migration path is not easy for any industry. “Because so many operators are still using analog, it is very difficult to integrate HD into the current infrastructure,” said Scott Paul, Senior Product Marketin
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang | Updated: 9 / 21 / 2012
  • Technology Tightens Mining Safety
    The fact that mining sites are in remote locations creates significant challenges for service delivery. Long distances, combined with high risks associated with the industry, leave mining security and safety a lot of room for improvement. The first step in managing site security issues is to identif
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang | Updated: 7 / 31 / 2012
  • Control and Processing for HD-SDI
    Today, some manufacturers already allow PTZ control and bidirectional audio. This creates the foundation for traditional matrix manufacturers to make their comeback in a world of HD video surveillance. Functions are still a bit lacking at the moment, and the scale is limited to 96×16, but things are
    Editor / Provider: a&s China | Updated: 7 / 24 / 2012
  • Sending Security Video Through Thin Air
    The wireless technology market for security is growing at a double-digit rate, as systems become easier to user and more cost-effective. Beyond city surveillance, there are other surveillance applications where wireless networks show a lot of promise, including transportation/transit, utilities and
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 6 / 13 / 2012