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  • Deciding Between Server-Based or On-Camera Analytics
    Many types of video analytics can be performed either at the server or at the edge (on camera). Performing video content analytics at the edge helps conserve overall processing capacity since the video analytics is done before the image is compressed. This means that the image will not need to be de
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Milestone Systems | Updated: 2008 / 9 / 26
  • Surveillance Software on the Go
    With more and more powerful and sophisticated wireless networks and handsets, people can now enjoy a myriad of applications while on the go. Surveillance software on mobile devices is one of the growing applications.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 9 / 24
  • Video Analytics Going Mid-Range
    The video analytics market is growing, the technology is propagating quickly and the number of new providers is increasing by the day. According to an IMS report entitled The World Market for Video Content Analysis - 2008 Edition, the value of the video analytics market is projected at over five bil
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by ioimage | Updated: 2008 / 9 / 11
  • Surveillance Enters the Future with Multimegapixel Cameras
    While three-megapixel to five-megapixel cameras offer a lot of advantages, further technological improvements will be needed before users take them up in a big way. Even though multimegapixel cameras present good value propositions, problems with sensitivity, storage and display will not be solved u
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 8 / 26
  • CCD Versus CMOS
    Mobotix, said CEO Ralf Hinkel, uses CMOS because it provides lower power consumption, faster reaction and technical advantages. "CMOS sensors without auto iris, digital contrast enhancement and configurable exposure measurement zones guarantee optimal exposure control," Hinkel said. "Most cameras wi
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Brian Asmus | Updated: 2008 / 8 / 26
  • DVTel IP Video Surveillance Secures Shipbuilder
    24/7 site monitoring is essential for enforcing site security measures in the shipbuilding industry. IP video is the key to achieve this purpose.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by DVTel and Telindus | Updated: 2008 / 7 / 9
  • Video Analytics: Separating Fact from Fiction
    Intelligent video analytics, or computer vision, hold a great deal of promise, but the results so far have been disappointing. Alan Lipton, Chief Technology Officer for ObjectVideo, discussed reasonable expectations for video analytics at the Global Digital Surveillance Forum, part of SecuTech Expo
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by ObjectVideo | Updated: 2008 / 5 / 29
  • Demanded Products in Russia
    Integration the name of the game in Russia can be seen in different areas of the security market, including transportation safety (airports and railway stations), city surveillance projects and protection of energy transportation (pipelines).
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 4 / 25
  • Wynn Macau Sets Benchmark For Integrated Security Systems
    Wynn Macau establishes new standards of excellence in gaming and entertainment  and technology as well. The challenge of providing a safe and secure environment for patrons and employees is compounded by the sheer size and scope of the facility.
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY North American Video | Updated: 2008 / 4 / 23
  • Ingenious Design at the Heart of Homes
    Creating efficient perimeter protection for a home owner in one of Madridˇs most luxurious enclaves using infrared beam towers presents a challenge, while a South African residential golf estate seeks an updated access control system.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by BUNKER SEGURIDAD AND IMPRO TECHNOLOGIES | Updated: 2008 / 3 / 28

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