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2015 Access control: Mobile access picks up steam

Using the mobile phone to authenticate has become increasingly popular, and this trend is set to continue down the road. One major advantage is that using the phone carries a “care” factor. ... Full story

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WDR applications: Now and after?

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WDR technology is an important function for cameras, especially those placed in environments with constantly changing lights.

Sound offers alternatives to NFC

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Although near field communication(NFC) has been said to be the next big thing for many years, its adoption is only happening in small and incremental steps. The main problem is that people would have to purchase an NFC-enabled phone, usually found in newer and more expensive smartphones. Acting as an alternative solution to NFC, innovative purely acoustic-based software has attracted the eyeballs

Taiwan update: Go for IP transition or get left behind

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70 percent of project-based and government bidding in Taiwan have gone IP while projects in Taipei took up 50 percent, followed by cases in Kaohsiung. However, cases in Taichung are still analog-oriented, some of which even analog exclusive.

Fighting floods with solar-power cams and wireless mesh solution

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Unpredicatble and unstoppable, floods wash away whole lives in a flash. By integrating security equipment into their flood management systems, governments around the world are doing everything they can to protect their land and people.

Home monitoring hardware revenues to grow 6-fold

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According to the latest study from analyst firm IHS, more than 300 million smart home gateways and nodes (such as smart thermostats and connected lighting devices) will be shipped within the next five years.

Uncovering WDR: Before and after

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Wide dynamic range helps a camera adjust its settings to see in extreme lighting situations. This feature dissects the technology at its current stage.

Uncertainty over QE tapering tests resilience of emerging markets

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Growth in emerging markets, such as the BRICS, slowed significantly in 2011 and 2012. Speculation over whether or not the U.S. would begin tapering its quantitative easing(QE) program earlier this year sent emerging marketsinto a tailspin. Although the Fed has decided to hold off on tapering, no overnight fix can repair the damage caused by the scare.

Tri-Ed further expands locally and internationally

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Tri-Ed Distribution just announced the formation of the International Alliance of Independent Security Distributors with Aditya Infotech (AIL) this September. By this alliance, Tri-Ed is pre-announcing its next step: to go international.

CCD+DSP? CMOS+DSP? A glimpse of latest analog HD

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Recently, several heated debates were found from some Chinese surveillance blogs, chat rooms, and social media. The topic was about analog HD solutions made possible or not by combining CMOS and DSP. The thread started with some of the manufacturers in Shenzhen. Facing a severe competition from IP surveillance vendors, they tried to come up with HD upgrades for analog cameras.

Thai economy uncertain but interests remain

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The Kingdom of Thailand is the second largest economy in Southeast Asia, right behind Indonesia, and up until now, filled with bright prospects. The country was thrown into an unexpected “recession” after showing signs of slow growth for two quarters in a row in the first half of 2013. The second half of 2013 looks a little more promising due to upcoming opportunities, but the influence from the t

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