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Don’t Miss ADI at ISC West 2017

Stu Tisdale

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On March 23rd In A/V,Access,ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Communications,Events,Fire,Intrusion,IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Life Safety,Networking,Video Surveillance
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Featuring a Newly Redesigned Show Booth and the Return of ADI’s AV Technology Pavilion If you are going to be at the 2017 ISC West show in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #12031. ADI will be premiering a brand new redesigned booth at this [...]

Certified Premium HDMI Cables

Shawn Dixon

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On February 22nd In A/V
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The demand for products that deliver ultra-high-definition video signaling such as 4K and 8K resolutions is growing daily with little sign of slowing down.  As with virtually any wired or cabled low-voltage devices, the quality of the cables and their pre-installed connectors is critical when selecting HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cables. In response to the [...]

Using Existing Phone Lines for IP and PoE Transmission in Surveillance Systems.

Garrett Savage

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On February 3rd In Video Surveillance
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Running new cable can be a costly and time-consuming part of any video surveillance installation. Fortunately, IP adapter technology has innovated to the point where virtually any existing telephone cable that has at least two continuous copper conductors can be utilized to transmit and receive Ethernet signals and Power over Ethernet, (PoE). This opens up [...]

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

Garrett Savage

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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. [...]

Industry Poll About Video Surveillance

ADI Global Distribution

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On September 1st In IP Surveillance Video
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Smartphone Surveillance as a Great Selling Point for IP-Based Security Camera Systems

Garrett Savage

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On June 16th In IP Surveillance Video,Video Surveillance
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With the continued rising popularity of IP-based security camera systems showing no signs of slowing down, the capability to remotely monitor and control these systems from a mobile device has become a major draw for customers. The ability to check on their property with a glance at a smartphone or tablet is playing an increasingly [...]

Providing the HD Video Surveillance Your Customers Want at a Price They Can Afford With HD-Over-Coax

Garrett Savage

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On May 5th In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Video Surveillance
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When it comes to surveillance systems for a home or business, one of your highest priorities needs to be resolution. Proper resolution for surveillance equipment could mean all the difference when it comes to being able to pick up important details during suspicious activity such as a car’s license plate or the facial features of [...]

New Zealand Company Starts Automated Drone Business

Joe Loucks

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On December 22nd In Video Surveillance
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As reported by on November 17th, 2015 the Advanced Security Group, a New Zealand company is launching an automated drone surveillance service. The service called VigilAir has received Civil Aviation approval and has a patent applicable for software that can trigger the automated dispatch of camera-equipped pilot-less drones to investigate an alarm activation and other [...]

Drones for Electronic Security Functions

Joe Loucks

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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

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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 [...]