Entrepreneurship in the IP Video Industry
Allan McHale, Director of Memoori, describes what makes top innovators for IP video distinctive.
Keeping Plates in Check
From gate control and parking lot management to toll collection, automatic license/number plate recognition has come a long way. This article examines the latest market status, technological developments and common installation problems associated with this technology.
The True Costs of IP Video Surveillance
Dr. Bob Banerjee, Product Marketing Manager at Bosch Security Systems, examines the value of network video.
Tattoo-ID: Matching Tattoos to Identify Individuals
A Michigan State University researcher has developed an automatic image retrieval system, enabling law enforcement agencies to match scars, marks and tattoos to identify suspects and victims.
Wireless Biometric Credentials: Pathway to Universal Access
Biometric readers are now being placed on wireless access control cards, which clearly enhance the convenience of validating one's identity; but the real opportunity is in universal biometric access.
Beyond DVRs and NVRs: Video Management System
Decoupling the hardware from the software reveals the heart of the matter: open platform IP video management software is the key to an optimal, flexible, cost-efficient and long-term system.
Video Verification Cuts Cost and Time
As integration brings video and alarms together, video verification overcomes the weaknesses of each system alone. When properly done, it relieves human operators from physically verifying whether every alarm was a real intrusion.
Endless Possibilities for IP Video Surveillance
The video surveillance market is booming, driven by increased public and private security concerns, as well as a technology shift. The transition to network video is a reality as customers take advantage of flexible, industry standard systems for security and video surveillance. As security management over the IP network expands and intelligence capabilities move out to network cameras, systems ca
Beyond the Touch-Screen
A new 30-page patent, filled by Wayne Westerman and John Elias, cofounders of FingerWorks (acquired by Apple), sheds some light on what could be Apple's future plans for multitouch devices.
Preventing Theft of Photovoltaic Solar Panels
The boom in thefts of photovoltaic panels, more than 200 units in 2007, with the total number purloined gone up to tens of thousands, is a worrying phenomenon. Perimeter security can provide a solution.
Smart guestroom entry: BLE or NFC?
Installing guestroom smart locks: caveats and challenges
Key identity management trends for 2016
Mobile guestroom entry offers a highly customized experience
Advances in CMOS sensors give rise to superior low-light cameras
Integration with the smart home system makes smart locks a draw
Choosing the right body-worn camera
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