Axis’ corridor format gives a vertically oriented, 9:16 video stream from the camera, perfectly adapted to a narrow monitored area.
The NLSS Gateway Micro integrates networked video management, IP access control, video analytics and intrusion from the point of manufacture.
KLM Marketing will support all activity in the region –Including in Virginia; Washington, D.C.; and Maryland – with STS Sales and Marketing working in Delaware, Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.
The integrated system expands the capabilities of Ocularis with the addition of license plate capture despite bright headlights, direct sunlight or low light levels.
Now, all of the company's 11000 HD fixed and HD PTZ IP cameras have the activity control frame rate function and motion detection analytics.
The company's Gateway unifies traditionally siloed systems to enhance communication.
IMS Research recently released its prediction of hot trends in the security industry for 2011.
When your business is founded on transforming infrastructure silos into holistic solutions, it makes sense to practice what you preach. So when Panduit built its new world headquarters just outside of Chicago in 2010, it approached the project as an opportunity to showcase its own unified physical infrastructure approach to converging core business systems -- including security, power and communications. As part of this effort, Panduit installed a global video surveillance system that could be managed remotely from its world headquarters.
- By Fredrik Nilsson
- Jan 03, 2011
Scott County Jail turned to Agent Vi to deploy their real-time video analytics solution: Vi-System. Of 186 cameras at the site, the Jail required enabling 90 cameras with video analytics capabilities. Scott County Jail’s surveillance system employs Milestone XProtect Corporate as their VMS recording and viewing application, which is fully integrated with Agent Vi’s products.
As we reach the end of 2010, and hopefully find a surer footing for the years ahead economically, the staff of Security Products magazine sat down with several key players in the security industry to gauge their thoughts on technology resources and the economic impact for the coming year.
The behavioral analytics technology in the AISight platform is ideally suited for complex environments, including busy airports.
- By Ralph C. Jensen
- Oct 24, 2010
Customers in transportation, critical infrastructure and city environments are able to analyze license plates on cars moving at higher speeds and from more regions of the world – without the added expense of pricey, specialized cameras or complex support requirements.
A number of shopping centers, owned and managed by Ivanhoe Cambridge, are deploying new video surveillance systems using IndigoVision’s complete end-to-end IP video security solution.
Security Products magazine, the only integrated product magazine reaching the entire security market, announced the winners of its 2010 New Product of the Year Award at the publication’s premiere Virtual Event today.
Multi-campus users want a new model for security and safety that offers customization today while providing easy migration or upgrades in the future. They want their next security system to be flexible, adaptable and scalable. The solution must provide the right products for their specific applications now and in the future. Users look forward to eventually incorporating emergency lockdown, Wi-Fi, network on a card, mesh networks, video analytics and other new technologies without complications.
- By Mark S. Wilson, Rick White
- Sep 01, 2010
With ASIS right around the corner, this month’s Industry Insight column is presented in a question-and-answer format, in which network video surveillance expert Fredrik Nilsson and editor-in-chief Ralph C. Jensen discuss surveillance industry trends, as well as what to expect at the show.
When entering an airport, travelers can’t help but reflect back on the events of Sept. 11, and how things have changed since then.
In recent years, travelers have gained the ability to check in for their flight online, change their seat and download an electronic boarding pass to a PDA. It’s also possible to check the flight status from a PDA before leaving for the airport. The rapid advancements in technology have enabled passengers to be more efficient and informed. But has airport security changed or evolved?
Axis Communications recently announced that, as part of a comprehensive and discreet security solution put together by partner Lenel Systems International, it has contributed more than two dozen thermal, fixed dome and PTZ network cameras to this year’s Little League World Series being held in South Williamsport, Penn.
Milestone Systems open platform IP video management software is being used by Fraport AG to improve both security and operational excellence at Varna and Burgas Airports in Bulgaria.