Video Servers Bridge the Gap Betwee Analog and Digital
Network IP solutions are touted as the answer for security problems, but analog cameras dominate most existing camera configurations. Video servers span the distance between analog and digital systems, upgrading existing systems and holding tantalizing potential for newer uses.
Core Elements in Surveillance
The desire for increased security has catapulted the popularity of video surveillance systems. The many problems associated with traditional, analog systems are influencing the push for digital systems. Furthermore, with the growing use of computer networks, semiconductors and video compression technologies, next-generation video surveillance systems will undoubtedly be digital and based on standa
Ready for IP? Taking a Ride with IP Surveillance
Faced with many threats to security, such as terrorists and accidents on platforms or tracks, many major metros have updated surveillance systems to increase ridership or ease transportation bottlenecks. A&S explores IP surveillance infrastructure for metros, network challenges, and core products and technology.
The U.K. is one of the most important CCTV markets in the world. Strong potential has made it a prime target for many manufacturers, many of which have established distribution and branch facilities.
From IFSEC 2007: Demanded Products in the U.K.
IFSEC, the world's largest annual event for the security industry, featured more than 1,000 exhibitorsseasoned and brand newwhen it took place from 21-24 May 2007 at the NEC in Birmingham, U.K.
Terrorism Trends Affect U.K. Homeland Security Market
The world of U.K. homeland security has been kept pretty busy. New ID cards, the split of the Home Office for the purposes of fighting terrorism, and the influx of U.S. companies into the U.K. are just some of the issues exerting their influence on the U.K. homeland security market.
Plenty of Opportunities in the U.K. Security Sector
The U.K. is one of the most advanced security markets in the world. Numerous opportunities in a variety of sectors have international players keenly examining how to take advantage.
Growth of Product Sectors in the U.K. Market
While the U.K. is one of the more mature markets in terms of overall penetration, there is still plenty of opportunity for growth and i & i forecast that the U.K. security systems market could reach $3 billion by 2011.
U.K. Security Market Leads the World
The U.K. population is undoubtedly a much-surveyed one; the country presents a tightly controlled and regulated security industry. Its surveillance market is the biggest in the world; its electronic security market is the most mature in Europe. A&S sat down with vendors, market researchers, analysts, educators, standards inspectors, trade association leaders, government organizations, consortium m
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