DVTEL, Inc News

Low-key ASIS 2016 reflects changes in the security industry

I have been unpacking from last week’s ASIS show in Orlando. It was a good show, except if you compare it to last spring’s ISC West in Las Vegas, which was especially well attended and generated a lot of excitement in the market. ASIS was definitely smaller, lower key and less crowded. And there were no big product announcements. But there was still plenty of technology on display. In particular, I saw the show reflecting several ongoing trends in the market. Impact of M&As Me...

FLIR Ariel dome and bullet cameras with full HD image quality and digital WDR

FLIR announces the general availability of the next generation Ariel cameras. The next generation Ariel dome and bullet cameras set a new standard of observational class details with superior Full HD image quality, powerful digital WDR performance and increased low light sensitivity. Ariel cameras introduce an elegant low profile form factor and innovative modular design, supporting 'plug-and-go' mounting. Ariel next generation cameras provide guaranteed frame rates in high motion, complex and...

FLIR goes beyond core thermal camera technology with DVTEL acquisition

A major industry player is getting even bigger. FLIR’s acquisition of DVTEL will make FLIR a full-spectrum security systems provider, covering the consumer, SMB, Enterprise and large infrastructure segments of the market. The acquisition of DVTEL strengthens and broadens FLIR’s Enterprise market segment, complementing the existing security product lineup by offering a new set of software-based video surveillance technologies. FLIR already has solutions at either end of the tradition...

Security industry’s top 10 mergers & acquisitions of 2015

For the second year in a row, Canon made the biggest M&A move in the security marketplace in 2015. How could Canon top the industry shockwaves it created in 2014 when the Japanese giant acquired VMS company Milestone Systems? That’s easy: They bought Axis Communications for $2.8 billion in 2015.   Although the Canon-Axis deal grabbed the most headlines and was easily the most shocking M&A announcement of 2015, it was certainly not the only big news on the mergers...

Imperial Capital reflects on the FLIR/DVTEL acquisition deal

Imperial Capital estimates DVTEL has revenues of $35 to $45 million, growing at well over 10 percent annually On 30th November 2015, FLIR Systems announced it acquired DVTEL Inc., a provider of enterprise-class security and video surveillance solutions, for $92 million in cash. Commenting on the transaction, Imperial Capital views the announcement very positively. DVTEL is a leader in software and hardware technologies for advanced video surveillance. Imperial Capital estimat...

FLIR Systems acquires DVTEL for $92 million

The acquisition of DVTEL will allow FLIRto offer differentiated and highlyaccurate perimiter security solutions  FLIR Systems, Inc., announced that it has acquired DVTEL, Inc. ("DVTEL"), a leader in software and hardware technologies for advanced video surveillance, for approximately $92 million in cash. Expanding business operations DVTEL, based in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, is a global leader in enterprise-class security and surveillance solutions. The company devel...

DVTEL United VMS 7.0 platform features IP-mmune Cyber Defense Suite

DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, announced recently the release of its new Video Management System (VMS) platform: United VMS 7.0, the platform of choice for corporations and organisations from entry-level to enterprise. United VMS 7.0 offers Launched at ASIS 2015, United VMS 7.0 provides global unified network topology, allowing users to connect multiple sites and systems utilising Latitude, Horizon, and Meridian to an aggregated system that can be controlled and monit...

How Arecont Vision’s quality checks and technical support ensure "Made in USA" megapixel cameras can compete in the global market

Can a U.S. manufacturing company compete and thrive in the global security market? Megapixel camera manufacturer Arecont Vision makes a strong case that it can. Dialogue and integration with VMS companies Assembling products in the USA helps Arecont Vision ensure quality. If there is a quality issue, the company can stop the production line and fix it. Although some of Arecont Vision’s components, such as camera housings, are manufactured in low-cost regions of the world, including Chin...

How to harness casino surveillance for better customer service and profitability

With the power of new technology and analytics, security systems could be used in other ways as well Security and surveillance systems are valuable beyond strictly providing compliance in the casino market. Even beyond ensuring physical security on premises outside the casino floor, systems are providing additional benefits including customer service, marketing and profitability, says Maureen Bruen, vertical market specialist – gaming, Honeywell Security Products Ame...

Behaviour monitoring and the role of video analytics in understanding casino behaviour

In casino surveillance, there must be an understanding of the behaviour of thieves and cheats. In particular, casinos must understand how the behaviour of a casino adversary differs from that of a legitimate guest. The end result of the understanding is that only threatening or fraudulent behaviour is challenged, leaving other guests free to simply enjoy their visits to the casino. Responding to behaviour anomalies requires understanding that comes from analytics capabilities...

4K security cameras – A new resolution standard for casinos

See larger image The 4K pixel density allows two times the digital zoom of a full HD 1080p camera CCTV cameras with higher resolution have proven their worth in casino settings. Now, 4K security cameras are gaining ground thanks to their ability to achieve full frame rate, which is required by many gaming jurisdictions. 4K is definitely the next resolution standard for casinos in the coming years, says Ron Grinfeld, director, global vertical marketing, DVTEL. DVTEL 4K ca...

Casino security - HD IP cameras offer better video surveillance capabilities

Large busy casinos must maintain continuous surveillance of multiple tables and machines High-definition (HD) cameras are a perfect fit for the casino market. HD security cameras provide six times the resolution of analogue cameras, supplying images with sharper edges that easily identify faces, cards, dice, chips, currency, and fill slips. In addition, high-definition IP cameras can reduce camera count. A single, 1080p camera can effectively cover poker, roulette or craps tab...