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  • GDSF Provides Unique Platform for Digital Education in China
    The third consecutive Global Digital Surveillance Forum (GDSF) China was held in Shenzhen this year. There, big names in security shared the most advanced technologies and product concepts. Created as an interactive platform, GDSF not only provided attendees with chances to learn about the newest tr
    Editor / Provider: By Tim Shen | Updated: 2008 / 8 / 11
  • Network Video Servers Enable Analog ,Digital Convergence
    Chinese CCTV manufacturers like Chenova, Desay, Dahua, ESK, Hikvision and HighEasy are launching network video servers with customized local storage functions to add value.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 6 / 4
  • Mega Network Video Management Systems
    The reliability of IP solutions is still open to question due to bandwidth limitations and unstable network environments. Network video management systems managing more than 10,000 surveillance sites and systems, however, have been widely implemented in China. The key element is cooperation among le
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 2 / 27
  • 2008 Full-feature DVRs Winning Customers
    China has a fast-growing DVR supplier base. Increased demand for products and availability of newly developed compression software and hardware technologies (such as eight-channel DSP-processing video and audio) are expected to bolster growth in 2008.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 3
  • 2007-2008 China Security Industry Updates
    During the past 10 years, some 1,000 security manufacturers have emerged in China. These players are becoming a key link in global production. Analog CCTV cameras and DVRs are still Chinese strong field. Higher performance and more product features displayed in their latest launches. Access control
    Editor / Provider: BY JILL LAI | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 3
  • Wireless Technology for Video Surveillance Applications Ready for Takeoff
    Wireless, mobile technologies like WiFi, CDMA, GSM, GPRS, 3G and WiMax are just about set for widespread adoption in video surveillance. In China, however, wireless technology is still regarded as a new technology. A&S looks at developments in China and predicts how Chinese users will benefit.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 3
  • Newcomers: Making the Cut
    This year's Security 50 ranking includes 11 new faces from all corners of the globe and all product sectors. The U.S. is well-represented, with GE Security and FLIR breaking into the top 10, and L-1 Identity Solutions close on their heels at 16th. Asia continues to be strongJVC of Japan, Hikvision o
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2007 / 8 / 16
  • Taking Stock of Leading Companies in Security
    As technology and market status are always in flux, Security 50 offers the perfect opportunity for a total checkup. Gazing into the financial ups and downs of this industry's movers and shakers, A&S unearths some noteworthy trends from the stacks of financial reports we received.
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 2007 / 8 / 14
  • Providing Public Transit Passengers with Peace of Mind
    In order to increase ridership and passenger safety in overcrowded mass transit systems, major metro stations around the world are installing sophisticated IP video surveillance systems and communication devices.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Visual Defence, Controlware Communications, IndigoVision and Commend International | Updated: 2007 / 7 / 12
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