DVTel Inc. announced recently that Acker-Stone Industries, a Corona, Calif., manufacturer of interlocking pavers sold throughout the United States, has begun monitoring its corporate office and manufacturing facility using DVTel’s intelligent video analytics from ioimage to detect security breaches and quickly identify safety issues for employees.
Los Angeles-based Stephen S. Wise Temple and Schools have recently implemented a multi-faceted security and video surveillance system to ensure the safety of facilities, members, students, faculty and staff.
The use of video surveillance in business began with the introduction of CCTV in the early 1960s. Throughout the years, we have witnessed the rapid uptake of some technologies, while others showed promise but never experienced widespread adoption. Today, there are four trends that are shaping the video industry.
- By Elan Moriah
- May 01, 2010
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has halted funding for the Secure Border Initiative-Net, a system of towers, cameras, radar and sensors initially hailed as "the most comprehensive effort in the nation's history" to assist northern and southern border agents with curtailing illegal immigration.
- By Sherleen Mahoney
- May 01, 2010
In response to the failed Christmas Day bombing by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Transportation Security Administration has mandated enhanced screening measures at airports nationwide for U.S.-bound passengers traveling from or through state sponsors of terrorism and other countries of interest.
- By Sherleen Mahoney
- Apr 01, 2010
Iris on the Move from Sarnoff won the Best New Product Award at the Security Industry Association New Product Showcase on Wednesday.
C3 Shared Services (Pty) ltd has been appointed by Bombardier to supply and install a combination of two military grade technologies, namely Opgal’s thermal cameras combined with ioimage intelligent video analytics, to monitor the tracks and tunnels of the Gautrain rail in South Africa.
March Networks, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, recently announced that the Casino de la Vallée is using the company's VideoSphere solution to meet the demanding surveillance requirements of its popular gaming venue in Saint-Vincent, Valle D'Aosta, Italy.
Ever since 9/11, the quest for the holy grail in security has had to answer some tough questions. How do we create a system that can identify someone quickly, efficiently, accurately and cost-effectively? Billions of dollars have been invested in developing technologies, hardware and software solutions to unearth this secret, and the single underlying theme that has bound this quest together is biometrics: the unique, individual markers that each person carries with them every day.
- By Hector Hoyos
- Mar 05, 2010
DVTel Inc. recently announced that the ioimage-powered Visentry monitoring solution, Virtual Sentry, has prevented at least two major thefts at a Honda dealership located in Paramus, N.J.
Milestone Systems, a developer of open platform XProtect IP video management software, has announced the successful integration of iSecure video analytics from Delopt. As an authorized Milestone Solution Partner, DELOPT has integrated their iSecure Video Analytics Suite with Milestone XProtect IP video management software to provide cost effective, high quality video analytical solutions.
Nestled in a valley with rural surroundings, the Onondaga Central School District is located in picturesque upstate New York, just seven miles outside of Syracuse. Despite its tranquil environment, the school district’s administration wanted to help ensure that students and staff would be safe at all times while on school property.
- By Robert Sauro
- Feb 10, 2010
Mirasys Ltd. and Agent Vi recently announced their collaboration to integrate Agent Vi’s advanced video analytics software with Mirasys platforms and recorders.
Proponents of video analytics claim the technology can boost the productivity of security staff by alerting them to take action in the event an incident occurs according to predetermined rules. In theory, this enables fewer officers to oversee larger coverage areas by freeing them from perpetually watching an increasing number of video displays and make intelligent response decisions when security violations occur. And for many indoor surveillance applications, this is often the case.
- By John Romanowich
- Feb 03, 2010
Vicon Industries Inc., a designer and producer of integrated IP video surveillance and access control systems, and SimplexGrinnell, a provider of fire and life-safety systems, have recently completed installation of an integrated video security system at Fairbanks International Airport in Alaska.
IMS Research is revealing what it believes will be the hottest video surveillance trends for the year ahead.
DVTel Inc. announced Tuesday that the company will acquire video analytic provider ioimage.
In 2010, 'green' mania will sweep security industry, H.264 will continue it's ascension to the video compression throne, and networked IP video solutions will keep replacing analog CCTV systems as organizations seek to keep costs down.
- By Elan Moriah
- Jan 05, 2010
It is widely accepted that video analytics provide value to the end user, especially in security applications such as perimeter protection and the identification of vehicles versus humans in unauthorized areas. But at what cost?
March Networks, a provider of intelligent IP video solutions, announced recently that the company’s VideoSphere Video Management System and IP cameras have been selected to enhance surveillance throughout the Vidhan Sabha government building in Uttar Pradesh, India.