The Security Products New Product of the Year Award honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security.
The combination will create a comprehensive VoC provider for multichannel analytics, including speech, social media, e-mail, Web chat and enterprise feedback.
The ITC complaint seeks an exclusion order and a cease and desist order barring the importation, sale for importation or sale after importation of products from Bosch, Samsung and Sony that ObjectVideo claims contain software features and functions which infringe certain patents.
- By Cindy Horbrook
- Jul 06, 2011
<i>Our Inception series continues with 3VR..</i><br> Stephen Russell, founder of 3VR said that the company's mission from the very beginning was to bring the ease-of-use found in such consumer video products as Tivo and to the security realm.
- By Laura Williams
- Jul 04, 2011
ObjectVideo today announced it has filed a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) requesting the commencement of an investigation pertaining to products from Robert Bosch GmbH; Bosch Security Systems Inc.; Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd.; Samsung Opto-Electronics America, Inc. (d/b/a Samsung Techwin America, Inc.); Sony Corporation; and Sony Electronics Inc.
InformationWeek Analytics, a service for peer-based IT research and analysis, recently announced the release of its latest research report; Cloud Storage: Changing Dynamics Beyond Services encompasses analysis of our first-ever public cloud storage survey results and guides readers in making smart cloud storage decisions.
After recording an all-time low shrinkage percentage in 2009, retail crime and fraud is on the upswing. Richard Hollinger, professor in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of Florida, presented the preliminary results of the 2010 National Retail Security Survey Tuesday at the National Retail Federation Loss Prevention Conference in Grapevine, Texas.
- By Brent Dirks
- Jun 15, 2011
<i>In the next few weeks, we’re running a series of stories on the inception of familiar security companies. We’ll look back through their pasts to see how they got their start. You know the names, now learn the history!</i><br><br>
Sightlogix came into being when founder John Romanowich realized that there was no reliable way to protect outdoor sites with video analytics. So he assembled a team and got to work.
VideoIQ's onboard storage allows C-CURE users to add IP video, one camera at a time to an access control system.
DVTel Inc. recently announced that the Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK, has selected DVTel from among eight video management software providers as the central platform for a newly-upgraded IP video management system.
NICE Systems Ltd. recently announced that China’s Tianjin Metro will be implementing NiceVision’s IP video security solution with video analytics to enhance the safety and security of 23 stations along its Line 2 route.
Multi-language support was developed specifically to meet growing demand from the Asia-Pacific market.
Intransa and Aimetis announced that Aimetis Symphony software is Intransa VideoAppliance SELECT Partner-Certified.
The new partnership complements Arecont Vision’s camera surveillance technologies with the combination of facial recognition, voice recognition, pattern of behavior, license plate recognition and visitor management that FST21’s SafeRise offers.
OnSSI has integrated its Ocularis software platform with video analytics functionality provided by Mate Intelligent Video, a MangoDSP company.
Organizations using this technology can automatically capture license plate information with an INEX license plate camera and seamlessly link the data to the EasyLobby visitor management database.
The new system will be installed in the Tourlock revolving security door to allow live demonstrations of the sensors and their ability to stop piggybacking attempts into buildings.
FST21 has expanded its operations with its division in the Americas, which opened about a year ago and now has a new office.
With a compact design, AXIS M50 cameras are only 5.1 inches wide and 2.2 inches high, enabling high-quality, 360-degree surveillance with HDTV 720p resolution in a package smaller than the average hand.
The whitepaper explores issues and challenges that integrators face when implementing outdoor video surveillance systems and provides appropriate solutions.