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  • IDIS and Redvision launch integration at Intersec
    IDIS, a global surveillance manufacturer, announces the successful integration of its range of DirectIP NVRs with the British manufactured Redvision X-SERIES of ruggedized pan, tilt, zoom (PTZ) cameras.
    Editor / Provider: IDIS | Updated: 2017 / 1 / 24
  • GJD's D-TECT IP provides direct integration with Concept Pro
    GJD's D-TECT IP range of motion detectors now have direct integration with the Concept Pro VHDIPV2 recorders. The result of this is fast and efficient installation with low maintenance costs.
    Editor / Provider: GJD | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 2
  • Thermal imaging burns its way to commercial use
    Traditionally used for military and industrial applications, thermal imaging cameras are an effective way to detect humans and objects in darkness.
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 21
  • The Oracle maximizes surveillance with 360 Vision Hybrid cameras
    Looking to move to a totally IP surveillance camera network in the future but wanting to upgrade their current analogue cameras now, The Oracle shopping centre, Reading, is fulfilling both criteria – by installing the innovative Predator Hybrid camera from video surveillance design and manufacturing
    Editor / Provider: 360 Vision Technology | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 22
  • The Internet of Things and its effects on physical security
    Discussions about IoT often center on what IoT might mean to future technologies, product development and sales, without really defining it, ironically enough.
    Editor / Provider: Per Björkdahl, ONVIF Steering Committee Chair | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 31
  • G4S and Digital Barriers announce technology partnership
    G4S has entered into a strategic partnership with Aim-listed technology specialist Digital Barriers, which will see G4S deploy the company's ThruVis product at major UK events.
    Editor / Provider: Digital Barriers | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 12
  • Canon, Digital Barriers go wireless in city surveillance
    While municipal administrators are tasked with the mission to protect their cities, the cost of running city surveillance programs can be overwhelming, especially installing cameras that are wired. Going wireless, therefore, becomes an ideal alternative.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 3