Articles Search Results

208 Articles and 29 related Products found for MPEG-4
  • Telling industrial IP cams apart
    Industrial (machine vision) cameras are used for a variety of industrial quality assurance and process control applications, according to a recent white paper written by Bjorn Webe, PM of IP Cameras at Basler. They give machines the power of sight, which is a major enabling factor for quality assura
    Editor / Provider: Basler | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 23
  • Tennessee rehabilitation center keeps recovering residents in check
    Recovery Ranch, located in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., is a special rehabilitation center for clients with addictive, eating or mood disorders, or in need of psychosomatic recovery for improved quality of life. The ranch employs 160 therapists and administrative personnel, serving more than 75 clien
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by Qnap Security | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 20
  • VIVOTEK wins IP Camera Excellence Award at Secutech International 2013
    VIVOTEK is honored to announce that it has won the Camera Excellence Award at Secutech Taipei 2013 for the past three consecutive years. This year, the award was bestowed on the new IP8371E 3.1-Megapixel Bullet Camera, complete with brand-new features such as Smart Streaming.
    Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 6
  • Samsung Techwin updates VMS
    A recently introduced updated version of Samsung Techwin's SmartViewer Central Management Software is able to support the company's IP network video surveillance devices, as well as its analogue cameras, domes and DVRs
    Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 29
  • Asia Update: VIVOTEK grows hand in hand with IP video
    VIVOTEK is a security veteran who has continuously developed and matured with the IP surveillance sector over the past 10 years — the most pivotal and important time for the security industry. VIVOTEK owes much of its success to profound industry insight, and its deep commitment to developing core t
    Editor / Provider: The a&s Editorial Team | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 17
  • Motorola on next-gen HEVC compression
    For decades, Google/Motorola Mobility has driven the evolution of TV and now multiscreen services through the cloud, network and home. The company will continue this history of innovation with its new real-time high-efficiency video coding (HEVC or H.265) technology. “Now that we've seen the industr
    Editor / Provider: Google/Motorola Mobility | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 8
  • Powerful and compact NVRs with intuitive design
    Imagine having an NVR that features a dual-HDD tray, with a compact size smaller than a dictionary with A4 dimensions. This is not just a concept, but a real product already: QNAP VS-2112 Pro+ NVR. The following is a real-life test report highlighting its strengths.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by QNAP | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 1
  • Canadian aboriginal center protects cultural heritage discreetly
    The Glooscap Heritage Center and Mi'kmaw Museum in Canada installed a video surveillance system in April 2011, to protect assets and monitor visitor traffic throughout the facility. Vivotek's compact fixed dome was chosen by the center's management to monitor the center that consists of an 836.1 squ
    Editor / Provider: Vivotek | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 22
  • Vicon offers 180 and 360 hemispheric line
    Vicon Industries introduced a new line of hemispheric cameras that provide high-resolution, continuous 180 or 360 degrees coverage. An integral fisheye lens and 4 megapixel sensor captures a complete 360 degrees view, which is delivered as two 180 degrees panoramic images visually stacked on top of
    Editor / Provider: Vicon | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 20