Brickcom Corporation has announced the integration of a wide range of its IP camera series with Milestone’s XProtect open-platform IP video management software.
Jupiter Systems, a provider of display wall technology has expanded its field systems engineering, promoting Pascal Berthe to senior field system engineer for European, Indian and Middle Eastern operations, and hiring of industry veteran Erwin Daley as a field system engineer for U.S. operations.
X Alarm Security Solutions Inc. recently announced the company will help the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) with additional resources in its fight to improve alarm management practices across the country and enact fair and balanced ordinances.
The two companies have to extended Lunarline's enterprise compliance manager to meet federal guidelines for "near real time" monitoring and new FISMA reporting guidelines outlined in OMB Memorandum M-10-15.
The certification makes VideoIQ a member of the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program, which validates software interfaces to OnGuard, Lenel's flagship product, demonstrating to the market that program companies have developed standard, supportable interfaces that properly expand capabilities for OnGuard customers.
The Wolfhound-PRO is the third in a line of BVS' award-winning cell phone detection products and the most sensitive.
Honeywell has announced new mobile remote access capability to its popular HRDP H 264 DVR. The new Remote-View app allows users to view live video on their Apple iPhones from CCTV surveillance systems that use Honeywell’s HRDP H.264 DVR.
The acquisition expands the company's energy management and smart grid portfolio.
Users can see a live video feed to ensure that the person using the access card is the person with access permission.
Using a DVR and a mobile app, the owner powered up his phone and saw bartenders giving away free drinks.
Security information and event management solutions now can report over unidirectional gateways and collect logs and events.
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.
Every month, more products pour into security magazines and catalogs. We see a torrent of innovation and evolution continually adding features and reducing costs along the way. We need to step back from the tsunami of progress and ask, “So what?” What is the purpose of all this effort? Is there some technical nirvana we can bask in when we finally reach 100 megapixels, or ultimate peace when mesh networks consume our geography? Or is it all simply a pointless game of live fast and die? It is time to step back and consider the true goal.
- By Keith Jentoft
- Sep 01, 2010
The company's VB-C60 IP video cameras, installed at the Atlantis Marine World Aquarium, are helping scientists monitor animals' behavior and rehabilitation while also educating the public.
"The VideoFOCUS Pro v3.1 annual subscription system is exactly the same as the existing version, which is in use by hundreds of investigative agencies in over 20 countries and throughout the United States," said Laura Teodosio, president and CEO of Salient Stills.
The addition of new distribution organizations and the augmentation of sales operations with four new personnel will help ensure the company is set up for continued rapid sales growth, the company said.
On Wednesday the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) awarded its Maximum Impact Award Recipients on its largest exhibit show floor ever.
At Goodwill Industries locations in Illinois, Milestone Systems XProtect open platform IP video management software is operating with mobiDEOS MobileCamViewer for mobile access to video surveillance and remote video on BlackBerries, to monitor and reduce shrinkage.
The latest buzz on interactive system control revolves around the use of popular consumer devices, such as the BlackBerry, iPhone and iPad, to view incidents when system events occur.
- By Dean Mason
- Jun 01, 2010
According to a new report from IMS Research, remote video monitoring is forecast to be the fastest growing service within the remote monitoring market. The remote video monitoring services market was worth nearly $250 million across the Americas and EMEA in 2009, and is experiencing impressive growth which will continue to accelerate as the global economy recovers and technology improves.