Video Surveillance


Products

  • Bosch Fixed Dome and Bullet IP 4000i, IP 5000i and IP 6000i cameras

    Bosch introduces a complete new lineup of intelligent cameras within its midrange portfolio. The all-new fixed dome and bullet IP 4000i, IP 5000i and IP 6000i cameras now have Essential Video Analytics built in as a standard feature. This enables these network video cameras to understand what they’re seeing, generating metadata to add sense and structure to the video footage. Instead of simply capturing and storing video data, metadata can now be used alongside the video footage to improve levels of security. more

  • Xchime

    Xchime video doorbell and garage door opener is the next generation of your doorbell and garage opener, with multiple functionalities. It can be used as a WiFi HD (1080p) video doorbell, remote controlled video garage opener, regular indoor video cameras, baby monitor, ect. The video doorbell features the ability to get notifications when your doorbell rings as well as motion detection and live-view. more

  • Holis HD Tribrid Video Recorders

    Tyco Security Products introduces its HD Video Solution, the cost-effective Holis HD Tribrid Video Recorders that support SD analog cameras, Illustra Essentials IP cameras, and a brand-new line of HD cameras. Available in 4, 8, and 16-channel models, the recorders feature intuitive search, record, zoom and export functions, as well as all channel synchronous real-time playback for simplified post-event forensics. more

  • DVR MB1 Lockbox

  • HD800 Mobile DVR


Webinars


Podcasts

  • Expo Seguridad Conversation: Infinova

    Adolf Salas, vice president of Infinova’s Latin American/Caribbean group, discusses how end users can make the move from an existing analog surveillance infrastructure to network-based surveillance at Expo Seguridad Mexico. more

  • Expo Seguridad Conversation: Axis Communications

    Fernando Esteban, regional sales manager with Axis Communications, discusses the IP video market in the Mexico and Latin American regions with Security Products Editor-In-Chief Ralph C. Jensen during the first day of Expo Seguridad in Mexico City. more

  • Podcast: Workplace Violence

    Patrick Fiel, public safety advisor with ADT, discusses the recent incidents of workplace violence and how organizations can create a safer environment for employees. more


Videos

  • Interlogix™ TruVision® Video Surveillance Products

    Interlogix TruVision Video Surveillance Products

    A comprehensive video line designed by security experts

    Developed by Interlogix™, a recognized leader in innovative security technology, the TruVision® line of video surveillance products deliver leading image capture capability to effectively secure even the most demanding applications.

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  • ADT

    After years of break-ins, Alco Watch and Jewelry Repair Center in New York City decided to deploy ADT for ensured safety. more

  • SightLogix Outdoor Video Security System


Whitepapers

  • H.265 High Efficiency Coding - Video Compression for Security Applications

    H.265 (also known as High Efficiency Video Coding, or HEVC) was jointly developed by the ITU-T Video Coding Experts Group and the ISO/IEC Moving Pictures Experts Group, the same groups that worked together on the H.264 (or Advanced Video Coding, AVC) video compression standard. H.264 has been a very popular and successful compression standard in several markets including security; it was used as the coding and playback engine in video applications including QuickTime, Vimeo, YouTube, and Blu-ray disc players, as well as a wide range of digital security cameras, transmission, and recording devices. more

  • Benefits of Standardizing the Video Security System

    The benefits of standardizing on a single video recording platform are many but can be summarized as increasing operational quality. This document examines the many benefits of standardizing technology from user training and expertise to vendor management and leveraging buying power. more

  • IP Video Management Software Going Vertical: One Size Does Not Fit All for the Campus Environment

    Video Management Software applications were first introduced with enterprise class DVR systems and, with the migration to IP, have separated into an independent product category. VMS allows a user to view live or recorded video from any camera in the business or organization, typically from a monitoring station or from a web based platform. more


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