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  • Campuses continues on successful path with Panasonic security
    North Carolina Sound has provided a solid migration path with Panasonic products to the school district as it continues to move to high-resolution IP video and as it currently navigates a hybrid environment with analog encoders and IP video mix.
    Editor / Provider: Panasonic System Networks | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 11
  • NEC contributes to football stadium safety in Colombia
    NEC and NEC Colombia announced the provision of face recognition technology at Atanasio Girardot Stadium, in Medellin, Colombia, the country's second largest city, in order to contribute to the safety, security and enjoyment of audiences for leading sports events.
    Editor / Provider: NEC | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 11
  • Lagoon Park grows all-Panasonic video surveillance solution
    When Lagoon Park in Farmington, Utah closed its gates for the season in November, it was hardly lights out. Instead, it was the start of a major update of the park's security and surveillance infrastructure to support its goal of migrating to an all IP-based Panasonic solution.
    Editor / Provider: Panasonic System Networks | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 9
  • Sony Full HD mini dome cameras used in Saudi Arabia subway project
    1700 IP network cameras from Sony are being installed in Riyadh's brand-new metro. Especially designed for transport applications, the compact mini dome camera copes effortlessly with rapidly-changing lighting conditions underground.
    Editor / Provider: Sony | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 8
  • Tamron announces the launch of fixed-focal lenses for machine vision use
    Tamron, an integrated optics manufacturer and leader in the security/surveillance equipment industry, announces the market launch of a series of fixed-focal lenses for machine vision use that support full 5-mega-pixel resolution for 1/1.2” imagers in industry-leading compact bodies: Model: M112FM12/
    Editor / Provider: Tamron | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 7
  • H.265: Revolution, or just hype?
    H.265 is claimed to be able to reduce bitrate and storage consumption by as much as 50 percent from H.264. There are, however, limitations as well. Before the technology replaces H.264 to become the mainstream, several challenges and issues need to be resolved.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 3
  • Bosch launches Video Management System 7.0
    Bosch Security Systems released its Video Management System 7.0 software (Bosch VMS 7.0), which will empower security operators to effectively manage high-resolution video streams in their day-to-day work.
    Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 1
  • FLIR cameras catch shoplifters red-handed
    Swiss security technology provider Nexo Group SA utilizes FLIR's thermal technology to catch shoplifters in grocery store.
    Editor / Provider: FLIR Systems | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 27
  • SCATI provides video surveillance to Mexican city
    This Mexican city employed SCATI for the expansion of the video surveillance security network in the emergency facility. This project is possible thanks to its ability to integrate, which encourages the interoperability of all security tools.
    Editor / Provider: SCATI | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 25
  • Dahua announces integration with Ivideon
    Dahua Technology has announced the integration of its IP cameras to Ivideon cloud service. The integration involves Lite series, ECO Savvy 2.0 series, and Wi-Fi series IP cameras, which offer 1.3 and 3 megapixels resolution. Eco Savvy 3.0 series and XVR (penta-brid video recorder) are to follow in t
    Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 20