A McDonald’s 24-hour drive-thru restaurant in Dublin, Ireland, has deployed IQinVision HD megapixel cameras to improve safety and operations.
Today, businesses can’t do without large investments in camera infrastructure, and up until now, video surveillance has existed for the sole purpose of security.
- By Sherleen Mahoney
- Nov 01, 2011
The environmental movement has been around at least since the first Earth Day in 1970, and the full advantage of green consciousness is finally being realized among some of the largest end user markets for security systems.
- By Bill Taylor
- Nov 01, 2011
NAV will provide service for more than 300 locations across seven states.
It’s well-documented that effectively monitoring security cameras is difficult. Human operators routinely suffer from fatigue and lack of focus, even after short periods of time, which results in missed events.
- By Mahesh Saptharishi, Ph.D.
- Oct 01, 2011
ISee3D Inc., developer of single lens 3D technology, announced recent industry-specific updates and advances. ISee3D is introducing a modified lens solution that cuts 3D down to size and increases frame rates, making practical a range of applications and bringing 3D to more markets, such as consumer, automotive, industrial and medical devices.
Prism is a cloud-based service that changes how businesses use video and how consumers experience physical spaces online.
The $20 million credit facility funds expansion of sales channel, product and service offerings.
Vision Security Technologies provides Security-Net with geographical coverage and a strong marketing presence in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.
It seems that the price sensitive world of retail security has an emerging creative side, according to IMS Research’s latest end-user research on video surveillance and security in the retail market.
Brivo Systems LLC, provider of software-as-a- service applications for security management, recently announced that its Aparato ACS is being installed at four Department of Homeland Security-managed Land Port of Entry (LPOE) facilities in the state of Michigan. Vector Electric is the lead integrator on this growing project and is working in partnership with ADT Commercial Security.
The fresh juice vendor will use Apriva Vend to accept card-based payments at key locations.
The entry-level system combines Honeywell's new MAXPRO NVR XE with the latest additions to its line of low-cost Performance Series IP cameras, and further eases the transition from analog to digital video for smaller companies such as retail and convenience stores, healthcare centers and professional office buildings.
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 week will feature three separate, interrelated events: Securing New Ground, Security 500 and ISC Solutions.
For The Limited, an established U.S. women’s fashion retailer with 220 stores and 2,600 employees, finding better ways to manage and improve customer service, staffing levels, merchandising effectiveness and profitability is key to continued success.
- By Rich Mellott
- Aug 01, 2011
While the company attributes its success to the strength of its brand, the efficiency of its stores, and, of course, the quality of its pretzelry, it says it also is improving operations with the increasing presence and power of surveillance cameras.
- By Ronnie Rittenberry
- Aug 01, 2011
For the past three years, Alloin, a member of the Kuehne + Nagel Group, has been using an array of ultra-high resolution cameras to provide anti-intruder protection for 33 courier depots as well as monitoring the smooth flow of pallets and packages.
Interface, a secure managed cloud services provider, has signed a multi-year contract with Dollar General to provide secure managed cloud services that will improve operations, and increase the security of customer and employee data, while providing significant reductions in operating expenses.
Members of the Benefit Denial Working Group are focused on the study and trial of new loss prevention technologies that render products useless until they are purchased at the point of sale.