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  • Hikvision Darkfighter cameras revolutionize Salford's nighttime surveillance
    When Salford City Council began upgrading its public space surveillance cameras with Hikvision's Darkfighter models, video operatives reported some unusual results: they were suddenly able to see crystal clear night time images. Previously low-light surveillance images were murky and suspicious acti
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision Digital Technology | Updated: 12 / 1 / 2015
  • Body-worn video surveillance - which is the best storage option for you?
    The world market for body-worn video surveillance within law enforcement is growing. In 2014 IHS estimated the total world market for body-worn video surveillance equipment and service in law enforcement was worth $60 million. However, interestingly the service portion of the market will grow to bec
    Editor / Provider: Oliver Philippou, Analyst, Video Surveillance | Updated: 11 / 26 / 2015
  • Arecont Vision cameras help enforce speed limits in Argentina
    In a unique integrated solution, Arecont Vision 5-megapixel cameras are used in conjunction with a radar speed gun in Argentina. The camera's small size and excellent performance provided the perfect imaging solution for this specialized law enforcement application.
    Editor / Provider: Arecont Vision | Updated: 11 / 17 / 2015
  • Iveda gets agreement for $1 million prepaid Sentir license
    Iveda, worldwide enabler of cloud-based video surveillance and data management through licensing its Sentir platform, announced that they have signed an agreement with Nguyen Business & Investment as its exclusive reseller in Vietnam. Iveda has received a deposit of US$50,000 against a committed $1,
    Editor / Provider: Iveda | Updated: 11 / 9 / 2015
  • Railway vandalism: Never mind the drones; double down on video surveillance
    Railway vandalism can include a wide range of criminal activities including drawing graffiti, littering, fly-tipping, damaging company property like fences, bridges, signs and tracks, or even stealing metal to sell on. It's expensive, can cause delays and disruption, and compromise safety.
    Editor / Provider: James Somverville-Smith, Channel Marketing Leader, EMEA, Honeywell Security | Updated: 11 / 3 / 2015 provides weekly and monthly e-Newsletters which include the latest security industry news, vertical solution case studies and product information.

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