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  • Taiwan Update (Part II): Migrating to IP and Quality Service
    Taiwanese manufacturers continue to deliver quality IP-based technologies, despite the global financial crisis. While each company has a unique approach to R&D and marketing, the emphasis is on solutions. More companies offer customized solutions with easy installation and maintenance.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 9 / 28 / 2010
  • Swapping the Cards from Analog to IP
    The daily operations of a casino require tight security and a reliable surveillance system. The “eye in the sky” never sleeps, monitoring risks such as cheating, fraud and theft on the premises. Having a reliable security and surveillance system is crucial for the daily operations of a casino, and m
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9 / 10 / 2010
  • Zooming in on Surveillance Lenses
    Lenses operate as the eyes of a camera, taking in every single detail. A&S finds out what makes surveillance lenses good, how to test them and what's ahead for development.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9 / 7 / 2010
  • The Essential Elements of An IP-Based Video System
    With the transition to IP-based systems comes a whole new set of concerns and challenges related to system design, integration and budgeting. This article examines the elements of a successful IP-based video system and suggests approaches to maximizing the benefits and minimizing the pitfalls when a
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by North American Video | Updated: 8 / 18 / 2010
  • ASL Safety & Security Launches a Life-safety-rated DSP Audio System
    Building on experience in the voice alarm (VA) market for the rail and airport sectors, ASL has developed network digital signal processing (DSP) to bridge the gap between professional audio industry networks and life-safety systems on major projects including sports venues and airports.
    Editor / Provider: ASL Safety & Security | Updated: 6 / 4 / 2010
  • Frost & Sullivan: European Surveillance Cameras Migrate Toward IP and HD
    The economic turbulence and consequent budget freeze as well as longer sales cycles in 2009 had dampened the rapid migration from analog to IP-based surveillance. As analog still holds a majority share of the shipment, the lack of competency and push from the traditional distribution channel make it
    Editor / Provider: Frost & Sullivan | Updated: 5 / 26 / 2010
  • Migrating from Guarding Services to Electronic Security
    There is a sizable gap between the security systems used for luxury apartment buildings and upscale homes, compared to mid-range homes in Asia. Most homes do not have security systems installed or have basic stand-alone intrusion sensors linked to a monitoring site. Developers are working more close
    Editor / Provider: By the Editorial Team | Updated: 5 / 19 / 2010
  • The Tie That Binds
    Buyers from all over the world came to Secutech 2010 to look for solutions and find qualified suppliers. They found all the above and more.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 5 / 17 / 2010
  • Infinova Network Video Stand Guard at Middle East Exhibition Hall
    Infinova announced the video surveillance system at the newly expanded Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) includes more than 500 Infinova network cameras plus Infinova monitors, matrix switchers and fiber optic transceivers. System components are distributed over subcontrol rooms to provid
    Editor / Provider: Infinova | Updated: 5 / 14 / 2010