“Station 71, you’re responding to a multi-car, motor vehicle accident.” He silenced his pager and slipped out the back door of the engineering firm where he worked.
Being wise about the products you present to end users
For manufacturers to play within the commodity space, they need to provide the most features, ease-of-use and the best reliability, camera versus camera.
Increased emphasis placed on interoperability and total cost of ownership in security purchasing decisions
From 4K Ultra HD resolution surveillance cameras to near field communication (NFC) or Bluetooth-enabled access control readers and applications, technology innovation in the security industry runs the gamut.
Opportunities and implications for security and beyond
The machine-to-machine (M2M) movement. The Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Everything (IoE). Each term may have its subtle differences, but at their core, they all involve connected devices that share information to enhance their intelligence, capabilities and operation.
Applying smart thermal technology to prevent intrusions
While the threat of terrorist activity to disrupt the nation’s power grid remains ever-present, other hazards such as theft and vandalism are more common and represent an immediate challenge.
Why IP video will eventually supplant analog technology
When network cameras first appeared on the market in 1996 who could have imagined this fledgling technology ever gaining a toehold in an industry dominated by analog cameras?
Business planning for 2015 likely started a long time ago. I know it has for the publishing industry, as we keep our editorial calendar upto- date each quarter. It won’t be long before the first quarter of 2016 is updated on our website.
Dewarping and how to use it
As most in the video surveillance industry know, traditional video surveillance cameras have an inherent flaw: blind spots.