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How to select the right machine vision system

How to select the right machine vision system

Selecting the right vision system requires a basic understanding of the inner workings of the system and ultimately depends on the user's own needs and objectives as well as environmental conditions i...
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  • Shany adds value to their HD analog, IP cameras
    Shany, an exhibitor of Secutech 2017, took to the show a variety of HD analog and IP cameras with value-added features to allow customers to do more with their devices.
    2017/05/11
  • Merit LILIN deepens ties with systems integrators
    Being a global brand, Merit LILIN has built an extensive network of distributors all over the world. Now to expand its customer base the company is also working more closely with systems integrators, helping them win projects and explore new possibilities in video.
    2017/05/09
  • QNAP places a stronger emphasis on IoT
    QNAP Systems, an exhibitor of Secutech 2017, displayed its QVR Pro software for NAS devices, featuring storage as well as event management functions that the company said reflected the overall IoT trend.
    2017/04/20
  • NVIDIA lauds GPU as enabler of deep learning, intelligent video
    At Secutech 2017, NVIDIA is demonstrating its various GPU solutions, including the Tesla GPU accelerator for servers and Jetson platform which is more for edge devices.
    2017/04/14
  • ADLINK demonstrates high-density video management server
    ADLINK, an exhibitor of Secutech 2017, is demonstrating its high-density intelligent video management server that is ideal for safe city applications.
    2017/04/12
  • The right combination makes multi-site monitoring easier
    The size and scale of multi-site environments can vary drastically. From a few cameras spread across a few city blocks to thousands of cameras spread across a city, state, country, or even oceans, managing and monitoring video surveillance data across multiple sites can be daunting.
    2017/04/10
  • When your vending machines and streetlamps turn against you in a botnet attack
    A recent DDoS incident whereby campus-wide connected devices including vending machines and streetlamps were used as bots to slow down the university’s network again underscored the importance of cybersecurity in the IoT age.
    2017/03/15
  • How VSaaS is a ‘smart move'
    Video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) has become a hot topic, benefiting users who do not necessarily have the budget to purchase equipment. Besides retail and residential applications, VSaaS is increasingly used in fleet management, helping operators gain better oversight of their drivers and veh...
    2017/03/09
  • Video makes parking smarter, too
    Besides traditional sensors, video is being increasingly used as a sensor detecting parking space availability. Moreover, when combined with automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), video can perform other functions such as parking enforcement and payment.
    2017/03/08
  • Common vulnerabilities in security devices and ways to avoid them
    The DDoS attack launched from various network cameras and NVRs last year again exposed the vulnerabilities of security devices as they migrate towards IP. Some of the experts we spoke to listed common vulnerabilities in security equipment and made suggestions on what vendors should do to avoid them.
    2017/03/02