Video Surveillance



Don’t Miss the ADI Security Solutions Pavilion and More at InfoComm

Marco Cardazzi

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On June 2nd In Access,ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Intrusion,IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Networking,Tools,Video Surveillance
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InfoComm 2016 is here and if you are going to be at the show in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #C5423. We invite you to come see and test some of the latest technologies in IP Solutions, Pro A/V, Outdoor Displays, Retail, and Hospitality Solutions. Keeping [...]

Selecting the Best Cable for Your Next Installation

Stu Tisdale

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On May 24th In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,IP Tech Tips,Wire and Cable
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  One of the great benefits of using IP-enabled security devices is their compatibility with various types of cables such as Cat5e/6 UTP, copper coax, and fiber optic links.  This provides security installers with a range of options when it comes to the cables that are used for specific devices weather they need to be [...]

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 [...]

Guest Blog Post: Designing a Surveillance System with Multi-Sensor Cameras

Mark Espenschied (Director of Marketing, Digital Watchdog)

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On April 28th In Video Surveillance
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    When you bid a video surveillance project, do you think in terms of general area surveillance vs. choke points? Do you also consider the need for live monitoring vs. recorded evidence? Is there a specific expectation for the frame rate of the video? If you’re still only thinking in terms of single-sensor cameras… [...]

Don’t Miss ADI at ISC West 2016

John Sullivan

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On March 23rd In ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Communications,Events,Fire,Intrusion,IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Networking,Video Surveillance
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Featuring the First Ever ADI Sponsored AV Pavilion If you are going to be at the 2016 ISC West show in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #12031. We invite you to come see and test some of the latest technologies in IP Networking, Access [...]

Using Unmanaged Network Switches for IP Camera Applications

Garrett Savage

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On March 1st In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video
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  In many installations security integration companies are putting IP cameras onto separate or parallel networks. In these cases, the installing firm would normally supply network switches to provide connectivity for IP cameras, access control devices, and other security equipment.  By putting the security devices on isolated separate cabling and network switches, the security of [...]

Research Indicates Large Growth in IP Video Markets

Garrett Savage

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On January 5th In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,System Sales Tips & Marketing Concepts,Video Surveillance
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A recent market research study published by Transparency Market Research predicts huge growth potential for the global video surveillance and Video Systems as a Service (VSaaS) market. The report titled, “Video Surveillance and VSaaS Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 – 2020,” attributes the lift in the market due [...]

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 [...]

Maximized Wi-Fi to Solve Potential Problems when using Wi-Fi IP Devices and IP Cameras

David Motz

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On December 15th In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,IP Tech Tips,Networking
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As most all residential and commercial clients now have Wi-Fi availability, our industry has seen an increase in the demand for, and potential usage of Wi-Fi Enabled Cameras and IP Devices. Wi-Fi availability makes the connection of a camera to a client’s LAN quick and simple with no need to run wires through the building [...]

Household Hot Spots for Intrusion Detection

Stu Tisdale

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On November 17th In Installation & Cabling,Intrusion
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The current methods and devices used for the installation of intrusion detection systems in homes has evolved over time to help reduce false alarms while providing a reasonable level of security for homeowners. Because most residential burglars enter houses through the doors, these openings typically are monitored with the installation of door contacts, whether hard [...]