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  • Dahua Technology USA adds mini dome cameras to Pro series PTZ line
    Dahua Technology USA, has released small but mighty newcomers to its Pro Series Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera line. With a powerful 12x optical zoom, the compact, 2-megapixel high-resolution PTZ camera provides 30fps at 1080p and 60fps at 720p, allowing operators to monitor wide scenes at high frame ra
    Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology USA | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 5
  • Understanding “Real” PSIM
    PSIM (physical security information management) software is a rapidly growing segment in the security market. Its core strengths lie in the ability to integrate disparate systems, creating an intelligencebased situation picture and supplying operators with active policy management. As the market lea
    Editor / Provider: Israel Gogol, a&s International | Updated: 2014 / 10 / 15
  • Has IP Finally Come of Age?
    The IP video market has developed steadily since 2009, with many customers asking about IP equipment but few actually deploying it. Buzzwords like HD and megapixel are common, with emerging interoperability standards moving the industry in the right direction.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted By Sunell | Updated: 2010 / 5 / 6
  • Adapt to Survive
    The security market has changed. Whether vendors are ready to shape the future is explored by Jon Roadnight, Senior Director of CornerStone.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by CornerStone | Updated: 2010 / 3 / 12
  • PSIA and ONVIF: Measuring Video Standards
    As different network video standards emerge, they have individual strengths and weaknesses. Ajit Dubey, Senior Project Manager of the Embedded System Group at eInfochips, examines the differences.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by eInfochips | Updated: 2009 / 12 / 31
  • Texas Instruments Launches Low-Power Network Camera Reference Design
    New reference design provides full HD video with advanced software for Image Signal Processing tuning and encryption Texas Instruments (TI) announced a new network camera reference design that provides low power, high definition (HD) video processing for the video surveillance market. The DM368IPNC-
    Editor / Provider: Source: Texas Instruments | Updated: 2009 / 11 / 6
  • Texas Instruments: Open Standards Accelerate IP Uptake
    IP-based video surveillance offers numerous advantages, but the market is still slow to adopt this technology. Standards for network cameras vary. A set of open standards for network cameras drives the growth of IP-based video surveillance.Despite advances in IP video, codecs, analytics, storage and
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Texas Instruments | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 21
  • Management Software Makes Strides Into Security
    As technology becomes more IP-based, more integration between systems is possible. Stimulated by new technology, security software platforms are now more comprehensive and complete. ASMAG.com looks at how management software has matured and its current/future developments.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 11 / 18
  • Deciding Between Server-Based or On-Camera Analytics
    Many types of video analytics can be performed either at the server or at the edge (on camera). Performing video content analytics at the edge helps conserve overall processing capacity since the video analytics is done before the image is compressed. This means that the image will not need to be de
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Milestone Systems | Updated: 2008 / 9 / 26
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