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Axis introduces network loudspeaker for remote speaking in video surveillance applications

AXIS C3003-E Network Horn Speaker is a simple-to-install outdoor loudspeaker that provides clear, long-range speech for remote speaking over a network. When used together with video surveillance, AXIS C3003-E enables an operator to remotely address people and deter unwanted activity. The loudspeaker is ideal for enhancing video surveillance installations in outdoor areas such as parking lots, cons... Full story

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Four cross-industry technologies changing global mobility

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By 2025, innovations based on more integrated cross-industry cooperation that capitalizes on mostly existing technologies and preventive data analytics will radically improve how people travel and transport goods, according to a new report by the World Economic Forum, produced in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group.

Asia Update: Keda bringing vertical solutions to global security theater

Business Talk

Headquartered in Suzhou, China as a subsidiary of Keda Communications, Keda Technology has come a long way since its establishment in 1995 as a telecommunication and video conferencing system specialist and 2005 IPO in Singapore. With its 2012 revenue exceeding US$160 million and work force of 3,000+, the company is chomping at the bit to take its fine-tuned vertical solutions abroad, for governme

The next killer app for NFC will not be mobile payments

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With half a billion NFC-enabled handsets expected to hit the market in the next year, according to an ABI Research report released in March 2013, industry experts agreed that the major first step to broad NFC adoption has been accomplished. But discussion and debate continued as to what the killer app will be to get the technology to take off. Experts concurred in a recent meeting that the next NF

Analog cameras remain resilient

Business Talk

According to a Memoori Business Intelligence article, just about every angle on the battle between analog and network cameras must now have been covered. Strange then that every time someone proclaims the death of analog, up pops another reason to protect and extend its life. It just doesn't want to lie down and die.

What's trending in 2013?

Viewpoint

Secutech International 2013, one of the largest trade shows in the security world, successfully concluded on April 26. Here are some of the key findings from the show floor interviews.

Affordable and easy, the way to go

Viewpoint

Walk around any security show in the world today — brand new, innovative products can be scarce to find. Due to mediocre global economic recovery and longer life/selling cycles, solution developers have earmarked more resources for sales and marketing promotions of existing offerings, as well as fine-tuning and repurposing/verticalizing them. Making products cheaper and easier to deploy, in a disr

Innovation in video surveillance and security

Business Talk

Market researcher Memoori Business Intelligence recently talked to Lars Thinggaard, CEO of Milestone Systems, about innovation in video surveillance and the future of the security industry.

Asia Update: Etherwan successfully moves from networking to security

Business Talk

When IT companies shift to physical security, many fail to recognize the importance of product reliability and engineering efficiency in security. Security products demand unique qualities such as high customization and reliability. EtherWAN, a company providing Ethernet products, found security to be a good fit. Six years ago, the company entered the security market. Through the design concept of

Asia Update: Qnap targets SMB segment

Business Talk

Qnap, a NAS supplier, unexpectedly entered the video surveillance industry after inspiration from one of its customers. David Chiang, GM of Surveillance Business Division at Qnap, recalled Qnap's first NVR for a Japanese client who requested a customized NAS with Qnap enhanced surveillance functions. This request later led Qnap to launch its own NVR.

Thermal imaging moves to the consumer market

News Feature

At the end of 2012, Flir Systems announced the acquisitions of Lorex Technology and Traficon International, respectively known in consumer security electronics and intelligent traffic applications. The company talks about its acquisitions and what it foresees as potential markets for thermal imaging.

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