- Mobile-first Experiences
- The Clery Vision
- Delivering Technology
- Security the Security Camera
- Tackling the Storage
The lens is a critical component on any camera
Video surveillance is both a science and an art. Success often depends on whether you match the right camera with the right lens.
Optimizing business by managing risk, costs and threats
An organization is a complex environment that is continuously growing to include more systems, buildings and processes and as a result, faces more risk, costs and threats.
Casinos and resorts view video as a critical tool
The casino and hospitality sectors are changing, brimming with numerous opportunities to use technology to enhance business and significantly improve the guest experience.
Partnership leads residents into meaningful connection
Lifestyle Communities | LC is a niche, residential real estate development and asset management company focused on serving the specific needs of its residents through the thoughtful integration of living, entertainment and socially-focused ventures.
Cameras for home, work and place bring high resolution into the picture
Imagine a camera that is 360° by 360°, which would allow you to never miss a thing at home, and at your business. That technology is already here and has been available for a year or so. ALLie can give you vision of all things important to you.
Making what works best for the transportation industry
The transportation industry continues to expand, but crime may be stalling growth. We talked with Ryan Nolan, vice president of global sales for Avigilon Corp., to discuss how advances in video analytics can help improve surveillance.
Protecting your critical infrastructure against physical and cyber attacks
Today, protecting critical infrastructures is almost unthinkable without the deployment of security cameras. 24/7 camera monitoring enables security professionals to react and respond in time to possible incidents, but what if those same security cameras become a liability in your company’s security efforts?
Integrator collaborator creates major healthcare security solution
A Michigan based health care provider that features two main campuses and has dozens of remote and satellite care centers had, for years, deployed a magnetic stripe card-based Galaxy Control Systems access control system integrated, installed and serviced by VidCom Solutions in Lansing.
Impact on hospitals and other healthcare settings
Security directors in hospitals and other healthcare settings need to understand pertinent aspects of the Clery Act, and how to partner with colleges and universities to establish, maintain or enhance compliance with this federal law.
Assessing physical security and availability via IIoT
The momentum we’ve seen the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gain in recent years has led to an increased awareness of security threats.
Part of the IP revolution is moving from the horse and buggy
It’s not hard to imagine any number of players in the security industry asking a similar question over the past decade or so, as they contemplated the challenges inherent in realizing the full benefit of IP networked technologies in the surveillance industry.
Because of the mission-critical nature of their data, public safety organizations require additional eyes on their network functionality and security
Fast, resilient wireless networks are ideal for public safety operations requiring real-time data, like surveillance video streams—but as with any technology used for mission-critical applications, there must be a way to ensure the network always functions.
Owners of newly-built Lackawanna Transit Center implement the Omnicast IP Video Surveillance System to enhance remote monitoring and tenant operations
The County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) is the municipal authority for public transport in the city of Scranton, PA, and its surrounding areas.
Challenges presented by today’s video-based data
The transportation industry affects all of us. Regardless of what we do for a living, or where we live, we depend on the transportation industry—day and night, for work and leisure.
Beta trial complete at Cook Medical
Higher-sensitivity fire detectors can do more than just spot threats earlier—they can actually lower long term hardware expenses for facility managers.
With 150 miles of pristine coastline, 27 miles of sublime beaches and an enticing overall annual temperature of 72.7 degrees, it’s no wonder that Manatee County is a magnet for people looking for a great place to live and work in Florida.
The current president of the United States seems pretty determined to build a wall along the southern border of this county. And, it should not surprise any of us that this is also a goal of the administration.
Back in the day when the security industry was still maturing, the typical sales channel for the manufacturer consisted of a rep organization with assigned territories and dealers in the region, national account partners, distribution organizations and occasionally a buying club.
You’ve seen them all over town: those little blue trucks moving from one security job to the next. Their installations and technicians are well known for using and understanding the latest technology and equipment.
In the business world it seems like the big money is going after the bigger players. You know, you sell a security installation at one fast food joint, and pretty soon the entire country is yours for the taking.
New opportunity for growth
Spring evokes images of freshness—spring cleaning, after all, is meant to encourage people to re-organize, refresh and start anew.
Linking in-home devices to create communication with smart device
Who values a smart home? According to a recent survey, most Americans do.
The two things you should expect from your security provider
In today’s highly competitive environment, it is extremely important that providers have both the experience to deliver the right solution and the ability to deliver strong customer service.
Differentiating the new, integrated security market
With the universal migration toward IP-based security systems and the increased demand for higher-level systems integration, the security industry is seeing a major shift in the roles of its professionals.
A few years ago, Adam Runsdorf had this idea of starting a third-party pharmaceuticals logistics company, specializing in healthcare. He started the company, Woodfield Distribution LLC (WDSrx), after obtaining multiple licenses to comply with federal, state and other government and regulatory authorities, which included facility security.
New Jersey-based real estate agency increases safety, security and saves money by installing an integrated cloud-based security solution
Century 21 Action Plus Realty is one of New Jersey’s premiere real estate agencies, employing more than 250 sales professionals. The company has seven locations covering Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex and Mercer Counties.