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  • Looking beyond the 2012 ranks
    Consensus among the physical, electronic security industry is that the marketplace out there is highly fragmented and support-intensive. Cream of the crop, by unbiased financial performance, is not easy to muster, let alone gathering a representative 50. In this feature, a&s looks into the 2012 Sec
    Editor / Provider: By Tevin Wang and Judy Wang, a&s International | Updated: 12 / 6 / 2012
  • Stepping Back From the Edge
    The advantages of HD over SD are evident, but even after two years of “evangelization,” issues that hinder the overall performance of HD surveillance systems still linger. Transmission and storage are complex but easily resolved when enough money is thrown at the problem. Things are a bit different
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 12 / 5 / 2011
  • Year in Review: Security Surges in 2011 from Delayed Projects
    The economic crisis seems to be largely over in 2011, but new debt concerns are sparking anxiety about a second depression. As security deals with market uncertainty, we look at the year's milestones in events, regional and vertical markets, technologies, challenges, and drivers and differentiators.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 11 / 30 / 2011
  • How to Avoid Common Surveillance ‘Traps'
    Instances where poor video surveillance installations result in detrimental impact on forensic investigations remain common, leaving end users unhappy and frustrated. In this article, Iain Cameron of Mirasys details some of the most common mistakes made by installers and/or end users, which reduce t
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Mirasys | Updated: 9 / 29 / 2011
  • Rest Assured Security and Management Practices at Hotels
    Recent events and terrorist attacks are a solemn reminder to hoteliers and business owners alike of why they should reevaluate and reinforce their security considerations and installations. According to, roughly US$200 billion have been invested in new first-class and luxury
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9 / 22 / 2011
  • Preventing Disaster in Petrochemical Facilities
    Our present world relies heavily on both oil and gas to sustain our required levels of daily energy consumption. Despite the recession and the recent debates regarding extensive oil usage due to both economic and environmental concerns, the oil and gas industry continues to grow and expand while rel
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 5 / 10 / 2011
  • Reference Designs Turning Turnkey
    With rapid technological advances in the security industry, functionality is no longer the only concern for solution providers and end users alike. Getting the right product to market quickly is just as important as meeting customer needs. Reference designs can help significantly reduce development
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 4 / 27 / 2011
  • “Right Now” Shock: Get Over the Technology Fear Factor
    In our world of smart phones, HDTV and the “Web 2.0” Internet, everyone is alternately delighted and annoyed, empowered and confused given the rapid changes in technology in our daily lives. Gadgets and online tools that seem cutting-edge when launched often become obsolete shortly after their relea
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Lumenera | Updated: 8 / 17 / 2010
  • Surveillance Enters the Future with Multimegapixel Cameras
    While three-megapixel to five-megapixel cameras offer a lot of advantages, further technological improvements will be needed before users take them up in a big way. Even though multimegapixel cameras present good value propositions, problems with sensitivity, storage and display will not be solved u
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 8 / 26 / 2008
  • CCD Versus CMOS
    Mobotix, said CEO Ralf Hinkel, uses CMOS because it provides lower power consumption, faster reaction and technical advantages. "CMOS sensors without auto iris, digital contrast enhancement and configurable exposure measurement zones guarantee optimal exposure control," Hinkel said. "Most cameras wi
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Brian Asmus | Updated: 8 / 26 / 2008