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Axis cameras in extreme weather conditions in the heart of Siberia
Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 3/11/2016 | Article type: Commercial Markets
In recent years, video surveillance systems have become an integral part to ensure security of any object. Every object, depending on its purpose and location, requires an individual approach in developing such a system. The integrator was to implement a security system, not only to perform video recording and identification of persons and vehicles in “real time”, but also to work in difficult cli
Axis strengthens VMS offering with AXIS Camera Station 5
Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 3/11/2016 | Article type: Security 50
Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, introduces AXIS Camera Station 5, the latest version of its VMS offering for mid-size installations. The new version introduces hardware decoding, integration of third-party IP cameras, and Axis optimized rendering for high-definition identification and smooth videos with up to three 4K video streams.
Why IPConfigure claims it has "the most secure and efficient" VMS
Editor / Provider: The a&s Editorial Team | Updated: 3/11/2016 | Article type: Hot Topics
Cort Tompkins, VP of Engineering at IPConfigure, explains how their VMS solution is different from the rest and why they believe SRTP gives customers an advantage.
VIVOTEK expands VMS partnership and integration with Cathexis
Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 3/11/2016 | Article type: Security 50
VIVOTEK, a global IP surveillance provider, and Cathexis, a South African based leading electronic and software systems development, and manufacturing company, announced a partnership in technology and integration.
Raytec lighting used to reduce false alarms
Editor / Provider: Raytec | Updated: 3/10/2016 | Article type: Residential & Consumer
A council storage yard in New South Wales, Australia has deployed Raytec Infra-Red lighting to enable high definition images and significantly reduce false alarms at night. The yard holds a range of high value items and is remotely monitored during the hours of darkness when the site is unoccupied. Consequently, achieving accurate video analytics, and reducing the number of false alarms were key f
What features should be included in a connected police car
Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 3/10/2016 | Article type: Tech Corner
In general, the equipment needed in a connected police vehicle must be able to capture images, transmit them properly to the backend, include some kind of intelligence, and withstand harsh conditions. These include cameras, transmission devices, and automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) software.
Amthal shares view on security in commercial applications
Editor / Provider: Emily Lin | Updated: 3/9/2016 | Article type: Hot Topics
According to Amthal Fire & Security's discussion paper on Security in Commercial Applications, the choice and design of a good system can start with understanding the building type and usage from a fire and security standpoint.
Axis cameras secure tourism attraction Balea Lake
Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 3/9/2016 | Article type: Commercial Markets
Bâlea Lake is one of Romania's most important heritage sites. It is a very important tourist location, with visitors often spending an extended period exploring weather conditions, traffic or finding images online before visiting this unique and attractive area. With regards to this knowledge, Mrs. Regina Klingeis, Associate, Cabana Bâlea Lac, IF Klingeis, was looking for an effective solution tha
Drones protect South African wildlife from poachers
Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 3/9/2016 | Article type: Hot Topics
Drones are increasingly taking over security surveillance in places difficult for human patrol. One of the latest examples of this can be seen in Africa, where an initiative supported by certain non-profit organizations, a wild-life preservation agency, and a drone manufacturer is helping curb the issue of poaching.
VMS for city surveillance: What's required
Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 3/8/2016 | Article type: Tech Corner
Since the number of cameras and sensors in a city surveillance project can be overwhelmingly large, a good video management software (VMS) solution is needed to support these edge devices as well as present the data generated in a meaningful way.
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