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  • How to Achieve Video and Audio in Synchronization
    Many network cameras offer audio support, be it built-in microphones and/or mic-in/line-in jacks. Audio signals are transmitted across the network the same way video data is. In digital systems, audio and video data is sent in separate packets. In order to achieve perfect synchronization, the audio
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 24
  • Application and Scalability of Panoramic Cameras is Key
    - Good 360-degree video surveillance is about intelligently integrating the whole process and turning it into a scalable solution. - People need to start looking at where the market is heading and how 360-degree solutions are going to be incorporated into their business model. - The market is gr
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 9
  • Differentiation Achieved by Technology Innovation
    Given the gloomy economic climate, 2012 is still expected to be challenging. Some companies found there is still a need for innovation particularly during a recession. It is also a good time to differentiate business and products and to grow the brand. In the following, top IP players talk about how
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai | Updated: 2012 / 4 / 13
  • How Image Enhancement Work in Real Life
    While TV episodes and Hollywood movies are fiction, what if there really was technology that could clean up bad images? The primary objective is identification, whether it is of people or license plates, to track down suspects. No matter how poor the image is, image enhancement magically produces HD
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 3 / 28
  • Making Megapixel Cameras Shine in Low Light
    The migration to IP surveillance is driven by megapixel cameras. However, low-light performance remains an unknown, as smaller and less light-sensitive pixels are crowded onto an image sensor. a&s finds out whether megapixel cameras are ready for nighttime surveillance, compared to analog models, an
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 2 / 7
  • Video Surveillance Trends for 2012
    The following 10 video surveillance predictions for 2012 serve to provide some guidance on the key trends and opportunities in each of these areas, which you might find useful in planning for the year ahead. We forecast that by 2015, more than 70 percent of all network camera shipments will be of
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by IMS Research | Updated: 2012 / 1 / 16
  • Aptina Launches 2-Megapixel Image Sensor With 720P/30FPS for Mobile Video Applications
    Aptina, a leading provider of CMOS imaging solutions today announced the introduction of its mobile image sensor. The 1/5-inch, 2-megapixel (MP) sensor meets the growing needs of the mobile market for primary and front-facing cameras for still image and video capture within smartphones. The sensor's
    Editor / Provider: Aptina | Updated: 2011 / 11 / 29
  • Technology Trends: IP, Cloud and Intelligence
    IP Fallout IP offers tremendous benefits, but presents a high technology threshold to cross over. “The market is highly fragmented,” Holtenhoff said. “As the world moves to IT-fication, we're going to see shakeout.” Scaling the IP learning curve can be lucrative but difficult. “Since the cost o
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 11 / 23
  • Ways to Survive in Recession
    Growth picked up significantly in the latter half of 2010, allowing the security industry to take a few gulps of fresh air amidst the suffocating effects of the recession. While the transition to IP-based security and the demand for sharper images have enabled companies catering to the video surveil
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2011 / 11 / 23

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