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Increase your Security Project Revenue with Network Audio and Analytics

Chris Wildfoerster

On November 11th In A/V,Audio/Video,Networking,Uncategorized,Video Surveillance
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When you’re competing for security projects, differentiate yourself with a better value proposition. Adding network audio and analytics to network video elevates your proposals to a new level. You transform a passive, reactive video solution into a proactive, real-time deterrent. And this can amplify safety, security, and operations for your customers. At the same time, […]

New Hampshire Liquor Stores – Security is a Top Priority: A Case Study

Mary Wilbur

On February 27th In Video Surveillance
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Liquor stores are the perfect business for video surveillance.  Like any retail environment, they will be the target of crimes that range from product theft, vandalism and parking lot altercations, to more serious situations which may include violence.  There are key benefits to installing video surveillance at liquor stores, and the New Hampshire Liquor Commission […]

How to See Better in the Dark

Garrett Savage

On August 4th In IP Surveillance Video,Video Surveillance
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What to look for in a Surveillance Cameras for Low Light Environments When it comes to the applications for video surveillance in low light environments, Security Integrators cannot afford to remain in the dark. Whether a camera is meant to monitor a poorly lit stairwell or a parking lot overnight, more end users are demanding […]

H.265 vs. H.264 – What’s the Difference?

Garrett Savage

On October 21st In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Video Surveillance
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As the development of video compression technology continues to advance, High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) is quickly rising to the forefront of the field. This technology, also called H.265 is being widely embraced by video content providers and carriers, including the manufacturers of IP surveillance cameras and equipment who were previously using the H.264 compression codec. […]

Drones for Electronic Security Functions

Joe Loucks

On July 22nd In Video Surveillance
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An article in the Wall St. Journal this past April titled “Watch out Sheepdogs, You may be replaced by a Drone” details the use of “quad-copter” drones to herd livestock and check on the condition of the animals. The drones being used cost around $500USD for off the shelf devices that include video cameras and […]

Tips for Choosing Video Products

Garrett Savage

On June 24th In Video Surveillance
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Video surveillance is one of the most critical components of any organization’s overall security plan. That’s reflected in one research firm’s estimate that the global market for cameras, recorders and switches will reach nearly $43 billion by 2019. That opportunity leads to a constant parade of new products with advanced technologies and added features. Cutting […]