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  • TI Launches New Video Processor for Megapixel Network Camera SoC
    Offering the first megapixel network camera SoC equipped with smart analytics, Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the DaVinci video processor. Video surveillance and security customers can easily utilize integrated smart analytics that run on TI's first generation vision co-processor incorporated on
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 2010 / 5 / 14
  • Secutech Expo 2010 Provides Complete Solutions and Top-Notch Education
    The 13th Secutech Expo was bigger and better than ever, with more exhibitors, visitors and conferences. A strong turnout proved Secutech to be the most high-caliber, dynamic and comprehensive security and safety platform in Asia.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2010 / 5 / 12
  • 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
  • Latest Video Compression Solution
    Merit LILIN talks about H.264 and its ramifications for network cameras and PTZ solutions.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Merit LILIN | Updated: 2009 / 6 / 3
  • OmniVision Expands Presence in Surveillance Market with SoC Imaging Solution
    Industry's best-in-class low-light sensitivity provides superior image quality for professional-grade security camerasOmniVision Technologies, a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, unveiled its latest OV7960 SoC solution for professional-grade closed circuit television (CCTV) ap
    Editor / Provider: Source: OmniVision | Updated: 2009 / 4 / 7
  • Image Sensors on the Lookout
    The “eye” of a camera lies behind the lens, residing on wafers of silicon comprising an image sensor. A&S delves into key figures, trends and applications for video components.
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 3 / 18
  • H.264: What More It Can Do and How It Will Be Implemented
    We all know H.264 compresses bits more than MPEG-4 does. However, it can do much more than that. As technology improves, we are sure to see its performance in the future. If continuous evolution is the case for video compression, what will be the best carrier for video codecs: ASIC, DSP or CPU (Inte
    Editor / Provider: By Bach Chen, HuperLab Director | Updated: 2009 / 3 / 12
  • Insight on Asian Network Camera Market
    The rise of IP heralded the age of networked surveillance. At the edge are network cameras, stalwart sentinels ready to capture images. ASMAG.com talked to several Asian vendors about their solutions and how they fit into surveillance for the future.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 12 / 29
  • Transcoding with TI's DaVinci Technology Drives Video Market Evolution
    As the accelerating digital video market widens its range, users are demanding easy access to video content throughout the home, at the office and on the go. Multi-format transcoding with TI's TMS320DM6467 digital media processor and DaVinci technology will enable the transmission of video content b
    Editor / Provider: By J.B. Fowler, SoC Product Marketing Manager Texas Instruments | Updated: 2008 / 12 / 23

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