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Ipsotek in Duke of York Square

Ipsotek has provided video analytics to Cadogan Estates, the property investment company responsible for running the Cadogan family's Chelsea estate, which features London locations including Sloane Street, Cadogan Square and Duke of York Square.Ipsotek's analytics modules are alerting the client to abandoned packages, vagrancy, vehicle theft and loitering as well as intrusion into sterile zones at Duke of York Square, which is a 10-acre site in the heart of Chelsea.  Ipsotek's software is...

Axis and Raytec demonstrate the importance of effective surveillance lighting

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video, teamed up with leading surveillance lighting manufacturer Raytec to stage a test night at Axis' Hertfordshire headquarters to demonstrate the effectiveness of using network video with infrared or white light LED lighting.Twenty Axis partners attended the Axis/Raytec test night at Axis' UK headquarters close to Hitchin in Hertfordshire on 4th February 2008.  The attendees watched a series of presentations from Axis and Raytec which exp...

Integrated IP-security by IndigoVision protects new courthouse

IndigoVision's IP Video CCTV system is providing the technology behind a Fabricom-GTI integrated security solution for the new courthouse in the Belgium city of Ghent.  This innovative project integrates CCTV, video-intercom and access control into a single IP-security system.  By using the IP Video system to provide fully featured video-intercom facilities IndigoVision has created a truly scalable and cost-effective solution by eliminating traditional intercom switching hardware.The n...

Ganz C-Allviews are ideal surveillance choice for Aylesbury District Council and Thames Valley Police

Joining forces to improve CCTV surveillance of Aylesbury town centre, Thames Valley Police and Aylesbury District Council have chosen the latest Ganz C-Allview high-speed ruggedised PTZ cameras from CBC to monitor two key road intersections.  In the first installation of its kind for the town, the cameras have been set up using a wireless link.  Telemetry signals are transmitted to receivers on the police station roof, 1 km from the monitored site.  "We're very pleased with t...

ISE caps five years of continuous growth with stunning 2008 tradeshow

Record numbers of exhibitors and attendees, a euphoric show-floor atmosphere and unprecedented levels of interest in next year's event are among the key themes of Integrated Systems Europe 2008.A total of 22,199 attendees (up from 16,269 in 2007) were drawn to 481 exhibiting companies (up from 363 last year) during three hectic and, at times, breathtaking days inside Amsterdam's RAI Convention Centre at the end of January.  If anyone in Europe's AV and electronic systems integration busines...

Axis helps SecureIt and Llanmoor Homes reduce construction site theft

Network cameras from Axis Communications, the global leader in network video, have been deployed by construction security specialist SecureIt to secure six sites managed by leading regional homebuilder, Llanmoor Homes.Three AXIS 211A network cameras and an AXIS 211M were commissioned, installed and are now monitored by SecureIt, a company specialising in construction site security.SecureIt worked with Llanmoor Homes to trial a network surveillance system involving Axis network cameras at their c...

Converging traffic surveillance and management on to one network with Siqura

The City of Irvine, incorporated in 1971, is, according to their website, "...one of the United States' largest planned urban communities and encompasses more than 65 square miles."  Part of Orange County in Southern California, Irvine is populated by more than 200,000 people making between 10,000 and 70,000 average daily travel trips.   One of the primary ways the city is keeping its citizens moving is through the use of traffic surveillance cameras and advanced traffic controllers d...

HID Global and ASSA ABLOY Identification Technologies (ITG) merge

HID Global, the trusted leader in providing solutions for the delivery of secure identity, recently announced that it has joined forces with the ASSA ABLOY Identification Technologies (ITG).  Leveraging the long-term trust customers have in the HID brand worldwide, the merged organization will now operate as one company: HID Global.  The overall objective of the merger is to strengthen the value proposition to our customers by optimizing the combined resources and capabilities of HID G...

Dedicated Micros to highlight CCTV advances at SICUR 2008

Dedicated Micros - part of AD Group - plans to use SICUR 2008 in Madrid, Spain, to underline the industry-leading capabilities of its NetVu Connected CCTV solutions, spotlighting innovations from real time and high definition recording to embedded video analytics. One of the most significant product launches at SICUR 2008 for Dedicated Micros is the new DV-IP HD video server which will be introduced as the centrepiece of a High Definition (HD) CCTV area on the DM stand 9C18.  This powe...

Axis' annual trends survey finds remote monitoring a key benefit for surveillance installers

Market research conducted by Agility PR on behalf of IP-surveillance market leader Axis Communications at the International IP Security Exhibition & Conference (IIPSEC 2008) last month, showed that 77% of respondents saw the ability to monitor images remotely over the network was a key end-user benefit when installing an IP-surveillance system.The industry is also witnessing the impact of the latest technical developments in IP-surveillance:52% of respondents think that improvements in quali...

Dallmeier at CeBIT 2008 in Hannover

From 4th to 9th March 2008 it is once again time.  CeBIT, the world's most comprehensive showcase of digital technology, will open its gates again in Hannover, Germany.  Regensburg based CCTV/IP specialist Dallmeier will also participate together with MBB Gelma GmbH in Hall 6, stand B24. Dallmeier, the leading global supplier of network-based video surveillance systems, has been dealing with the development and production of high-quality comprehensive solutions for the CCTV/IP area for...

Challenges and developments in "intelligent video surveillance"

Security analysts IMS Research have charted a 65% annual compound growth in the video analytics market since 2004 and predict that the sector will be worth £215 million in 2009.  Here, Chris Gomersall, Chief Executive Officer of London-based analytics provider Ipsotek, outlines the technology, describes on-site challenges and considers likely developments. Referred to variously as "intelligent video surveillance" or "intelligent scene analysis", video analytics employs algorithm...

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