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  • Bosch is bringing more intelligent viewing to your screens
    What can you learn about something in a few seconds? A person's name, perhaps, or a car registration. But for the latest Bosch AUTODOME IP moving cameras, a few seconds is all it takes to create a detailed picture.
    Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 2
  • Milestone enhances surveillance for Anchorage School District
    As a way to address rising vandalism such as broken windows and recurring playground fires at elementary schools, the Anchorage School District began installing and experimenting with video security and surveillance systems.
    Editor / Provider: Milestone Systems | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 2
  • Top 10 Chinese video surveillance cameras of 2017
    Chinese products are on the rise due to their attractive prices and improving quality and standards, leading to the boom of Chinese product sourcing all over the world.
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 9
  • Proactive security: know the risks and be prepared
    Security systems have traditionally been most useful after an incident occurred. This began to change with the arrival of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI)-based analytics. The power of AI has enabled security agencies to detect issues as and when they develop and take steps to contr
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas, Freelancer | Updated: 2017 / 9 / 18
  • Synectics Synergy 3 helps Salford to enhance public protection
    By upgrading its surveillance solution with Synectics' Synergy 3 command and control platform, Salford City Council has been able to introduce important new ‘crime fighting' camera technology, while also boosting incident and evidence management capabilities to better support and partner with the po
    Editor / Provider: Synectics | Updated: 2017 / 9 / 21
  • Dahua drone X820 guarantees public safety
    As one classical Chinese poem goes, “The swallows once in mansions of the great now fly to ordinary peoples' homes.” Unmanned aviation vehicles (UAV), more commonly known as drones, are just like those swallows: once only found in military applications and war films, now widely used in daily life. M
    Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology | Updated: 2017 / 9 / 18


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