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Siklu EH-600T radio helps monitoring from cameras in parking garages

The tiny interference-free radio offers seamless monitoring from cameras installed in various parking garages Siklu, the leading millimetre-wave company, has been selected to provide wireless connectivity for a car deck project contracted by the Wilkes-Barre Police Department. Siklu’s tiny, interference-free Gigabit radio, EH-600T, is helping to provide seamless monitoring from cameras installed in various parking garages. Precision Integrators and Platinum Networks par...

Casino IP video surveillance migration boosts as economy improves

Video surveillance systems are extensively used in the casino market, but ironically casinos are more often than not behind the curve when it comes to installing newer security systems. Video technology adoption in the casino market has recently slowed down because of the economy. Analogue to IP migration The economic downturn slowed the analogue-to-IP transition process of video surveillance technology used in the gaming market, says Laurie Smock, vice president of sales,...

Day one at IFSEC 2015: Security and beyond

Security beyond its traditional boundaries is a big theme at IFSEC 2015 The security landscape is changing. Touring exhibitors on the first day of IFSEC International in London, it seems an increasing number of vendors are offering products that go beyond what may be termed "security," offering solutions for applications such as health and safety and data collection. They are also offering more smart technology with mobile phones and tablets, and are selling smarter by tailori...

DVTEL to showcase surveillance innovations at IFSEC 2015

The new technologies include IP-mmune suite, United VMS 7.0, new command and control web client as well as Quad HD cameras DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, will showcase its broad range of end-to-end surveillance innovations during IFSEC International, being held from June 16-18, 2015, in London. The new technologies include the IP-mmune suite, the global topology United VMS 7.0, a new Web client with Smartphone-like user interface for command and contr...

What is the value of "full-frame-rate" video?

The evolution of IP video has placed a lot of attention on the resolution of video, as measured in the growing number of pixels in a frame. But another variable, receiving less attention, is the number of frames captured per minute (fps). We inherited the idea of “full-frame-rate” video from the analogue world, but increasing numbers of pixels (and more data!) have sometimes led to use of slower frame rates. We asked our Expert Panel: What is the value of “full-frame-rate&rdquo...

DVTEL drives robust security measures at 2015 Boston Marathon

DVTEL Latitude network video management system and cameras were used to safeguard over 30,000 runners DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, announced recently that its sophisticated technologies helped drive enhanced cooperation, strong security measures and robust communication between multiple agencies during the 2015 Boston Marathon. DVTEL Latitude Network Video Management System (NVMS) and associated cameras were used to safeguard more than 30,000 runners...

DVTEL hits $9-million capital infusion investment mark for Q1/2015

The new shareholders are highly reputable, growth-oriented PE firms DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, announced that it completed a $9-million capital infusion investment by the end of the first quarter of 2015.  DVTEL will use the net proceeds from the transaction to fund its corporate growth plans, including significant R&D efforts such as the continued evolution of its global enterprise-class Latitude Network Video Management Systems (NVMS),...

DVTEL addresses cyber security challenges of IP security products

IP surveillance technology can expose organisations to a wide range of cyber threats DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, is proactively addressing one of the biggest issues facing IP security: cyber defence. IP surveillance technology can expose organisations to a wide range of cyber threats, making it possible for hackers to access important corporate data. Surveillance devices must be properly protected, and DVTEL is leading the way in the delivery of its...

DVTEL welcomes Winston Churchill to Board of Directors

Managing General Partner of SCP Partners, Mr. Churchill has over 25 years of experience in private equity investing DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, is pleased to announce that Winston Churchill, Managing General Partner of SCP Partners, will join the DVTEL Board of Directors. Churchill replaces Edmundo Gonzalez, whose personal commitment and unique analytical skills over many years of being a loyal member of DVTEL’s Board of Directors have proven...

Mission 500 Security 5K/2K run raises more than $120,000 at ISC West 2015

Proceeds from the April 16th event will support children in the U.S. through the Rebuilding Hope at Home program Mission 500, a non-profit initiative focusing on the security industry and dedicated to serving the needs of children and communities in crisis, raised more than $120,000 at ISC West this year through their sixth annual Security 5K/2K Run/Walk and other events.  “The volunteer participation and fund raising efforts for Mission 500 at ISC West 2015 were s...

Cyber-defence challenges cannot be ignored, says DVTEL

Cybersecurity has been getting much more attention lately in the physical security market. One company ready to address cybersecurity of IP video products is DVTEL. The Israeli company’s roots in IT and networking make it a logical choice to take a lead in cyber-defence of IP video systems. DVTEL’s core research and development (R&D) in Israel includes cyber-defence expertise. DVTEL’s cyber-defence plan In fact, DVTEL is moving fast to implement its cyber-defence plan &nd...

What are the cybersecurity vulnerabilities of IP based systems?

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities of IP physical security systems have long been the industry’s “elephant in the room.” Perhaps as a function of salesmanship, the possibility of a cybersecurity attack on a physical security system has sometimes been downplayed or dismissed. However, video from hacked cameras streaming on the Internet cannot be ignored, nor can the possibility that an enterprise’s system could be hacked using back-door entry through an unprotected physical sec...