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  • HD-SDI(5): Camera components, features, and efficiency
    CCD or CMOS sensors and image processing components play an important role to ensure both long-distance transmission and high image quality which are rendered in HD-SDI. Asides from sensors, we will examine other components.
    Editor / Provider: Alf Chang | Updated: 2013 / 12 / 18
  • Pros and Cons of HDcctv in Video Surveillance Applications
    As video surveillance migrates to IP, HDcctv is offering a midway point for users with existing investments. Alf Chang, a&s consultant, discusses the benefits and setbacks of the HDcctv approach. HDcctv cameras, which we will refer to as HD-SDI cameras for their transmission type, are all the ra
    Editor / Provider: Alf Chang | Updated: 2011 / 7 / 19
  • Looking Beyond Specs
    The specifications of video surveillance products can seem similar on paper. When there is strong demand for specific functionality, a vendor's offerings must be able to fulfill needs quickly and effectively to stay competitive. However, the performance of their offerings can vary widely. A&S explor
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 4 / 27
  • Secutech Expo 2010 Gathered Record-High Chinese Exhibitor
    Secutech Expo is the most international security tradeshow in Asia. It was created to connect Asian manufacturers with international buyers. This year, the 13th event has hit a new record in visitor numbers, with 7.6 percent growth in booths compared to last year. Secutech Expo 2010 gathered recor
    Editor / Provider: By Tim Shen | Updated: 2010 / 7 / 1
  • Processors Drive Video Breakthroughs
    Security solutions are only as good as their components. Processors power cameras, displays and storage devices, enabling them to crunch data and secure scenes.What's on the inside truly counts for video surveillance.Two cameras may look exactly the same on the outside, but image sensor resolution a
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 3 / 18
  • Looking Inside Surveillance Camera and DVR Modules
    Producing products from scratch requires significant R&D resources and time. Product manufacturers can increase their competitiveness with modules, lowering production costs and shortening time to market.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 3 / 5
  • Using DaVinci for Video Surveillance
    In the rapidly expanding video surveillance space, customers are demanding higher resolution, more channels and computationally hungry analytics – all at lower cost and power. In this article we explore how HikVision, a provider of digital video recorders (DVR), digital video servers (DVS) and surve
    Editor / Provider: By Oliver Zhang, HikVision | Updated: 2009 / 5 / 12
  • Comparing Chipset Platforms: Nuts and Bolts of Video Surveillance
    Video surveillance plays a vital role in security. As the entire industry continues to migrate from analog to digital, semiconductors need to evolve as well to better cater to ever-increasing needs for higher quality and processing speeds. A&S explores the latest statistics, trends and applications
    Editor / Provider: By The Editorial Team | Updated: 2009 / 4 / 2
  • H.264 Brings Better Image with Lower Overall Cost
    H.264 is the latest trend in video surveillance. While its advantages such as bit rate reduction, transmission resiliency and high video quality are demanded everywhere, a customized solution enables a more cost-effective and operationally efficient installation.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 2 / 10

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