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  • 4K trend pushing the launch of H.265
    H.265, which produces videos of the same quality as H.HEV264 yet taking up only half the bandwidth, is poised to replace its predecessor as the mainstream video coding standard. Full-fledge deployment in the surveillance industry is inevitable, even though major challenges, such as complexity of cod
    Editor / Provider: Editorial Dept. | Updated: 2014 / 6 / 9
  • Hikvision DarkFighter cam battles ultra low light environment
    Hikvision is setting new standards for ultra low-light surveillance with the launch of the DS-2CD6026FHWD DarkFighter network camera. This cutting-edge camera utilizes Hikvision's industry-leading, ultra low-light MP lens and is designed specifically to capture sharp color and monochrome images in e
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 2014 / 3 / 24
  • Theia unveils C Mount version varifocal lens SL183 ultra
    Theia has leveraged its patented, award winning Linear Optical Technology platform to offer optical distortion correction in its new ML183M, the C mount version of its popular SL183 varifocal lens. Designed for 1/3” (6.0mm) to 1/ 2.5” (7.2mm) image sensors with resolution up to five megapixels, the
    Editor / Provider: Theia | Updated: 2014 / 3 / 4
  • Magal S3 receives $8M contracts in North America
    Magal Security Systems announced that it had recently received a number of new contracts, primarily from customers in North America, amounting to $8 million.
    Editor / Provider: Magal Security Systems | Updated: 2014 / 3 / 3
  • Global lens market undergoes dynamic transformation
    Previously, lenses and cameras were carefully selected and paired according to each end user's specific needs and applications. To make things less complicated for users, cameras and lenses are increasingly being sold as a bundle, saving users the need to pair everything on their own.
    Editor / Provider: a&s Editorial Department | Updated: 2014 / 1 / 30
  • Improving image resolution with wide-angle lenses
    Despite inflammatory media accounts proclaiming the end of the megapixel race in the security industry, recent conversations with camera OEMs suggest otherwise. In fact, camera companies appear poised to up the ante and are moving forward with plans to increase camera resolution, following the lead
    Editor / Provider: Contributed by Theia Technologies | Updated: 2014 / 1 / 31
  • Dutch footwear brand Wolky attaches Nedap RFID label
    The Dutch footwear brand Wolky has decided to attach RFID labels during the production of its shoes. The Wolky barcode label on the box will be replaced by a Wolky barcode label with integrated Nedap RFID label. The new labels will be introduced in a part of the range, but the aim is to apply RFID l
    Editor / Provider: NEDAP | Updated: 2014 / 1 / 17
  • VideoIQ: Demystifying self-learning video analytics
    VideoIQ introduces the B.R.A.I.N model which will enable cameras that are programmed to mimic this neural network model, which “learns” through interactions with the environment.
    Editor / Provider: VideoIQ | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 13
  • Application-specific features of VMS
    Understanding end user's requirements and limitations will direct both manufacturers and vendors to a solution that satisfies the customer from all angles.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Department, a&s International | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 1
  • TI releases three new DaVinci video processors
    Continuing its commitment to innovations that help make the world safer, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is introducing three new DaVinci video processors, the DM388, DMVA3 and DM383, for next-generation camera needs.
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 2013 / 10 / 29

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