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  • The Quality of Storage Effects Image Enhancement
    Storage is one of the biggest costs of a surveillance project, making it a precious commodity. Network bandwidth is also scarce, making compression essential to surveillance monitoring. Unfortunately, compression can also undo clear images. “You could have a great camera capture images at high resol
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 3 / 30
  • How Image Enhancement Work in Real Life
    While TV episodes and Hollywood movies are fiction, what if there really was technology that could clean up bad images? The primary objective is identification, whether it is of people or license plates, to track down suspects. No matter how poor the image is, image enhancement magically produces HD
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 3 / 28
  • Making Megapixel Cameras Shine in Low Light
    The migration to IP surveillance is driven by megapixel cameras. However, low-light performance remains an unknown, as smaller and less light-sensitive pixels are crowded onto an image sensor. a&s finds out whether megapixel cameras are ready for nighttime surveillance, compared to analog models, an
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 2 / 7
  • Can You Hear Me Now?
    Active video monitoring is igniting a new round of innovation in security. a&s explores an auxiliary sense to modern-day surveillance systems — auditory perception and analytics.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 9 / 8
  • TI Joins the Embedded Vision Alliance
    Texas Instruments (TI) announced its membership in the Embedded Vision Alliance (EVA), reinforcing a long-standing commitment to vision technology and enabling its customers to develop the most innovative hardware, development tools and software to make vision application development easier.
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 2011 / 6 / 3
  • I Vision Shines with Low-Light Cameras
    I Vision Electronics, set up in Shenzhen, China, in 2006, manufactures professional surveillance cameras. Starting as a trading company, I Vision understands buyer concerns for quality and chose to manufacture excellence for its own solutions. I Vision Electronics was established in 2006. Its de
    Editor / Provider: TIM SHEN | Updated: 2011 / 5 / 17
  • Examining the Differences Between Linux and Windows for Security Applications
    Software platforms have unique pros and cons, with a direct impact on security performance. Alf Chang, Senior Consultant for A&S magazines and a former installer, looks at key features and design considerations. Embedded operating systems (EOS) are fundamental in computing. The advantages of diff
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2011 / 5 / 5
  • Reference Designs Turning Turnkey
    With rapid technological advances in the security industry, functionality is no longer the only concern for solution providers and end users alike. Getting the right product to market quickly is just as important as meeting customer needs. Reference designs can help significantly reduce development
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 4 / 27
  • 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
  • Smarten Up Security in Green Buildings
    Smart or green buildings are multilayered integration projects, with security playing a vital part in building management for safety. These building projects worldwide offer the security industry new business opportunities while driving technological advancements for energyefficient and intelligent
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 4 / 13