Surveillance & Security News for February 2009

Rainbow CCTV lenses used on Naval battleship

 Motorized zoom lenses from Rainbow are being used on the new Type 45 destroyerMotorized zoom lenses from California-based Rainbow are being used on the new Type 45 destroyer which will be the largest and most powerful air defence destroyer ever operated by the British Royal Navy. The first of the vessels, HMS Daring, sailed into Portsmouth, England, last month to be greeted by a 15-gun salute and thousand of well-wishers including schoolchildren from across Hampshire.The 7,350-tonne w...

Bosch security upgrades for Franklin & Marshall College successful within community

  Arts college fitted out with inspired security systems from BoschIndustry:EducationEnd User:Franklin & Marshall College is a highly competitive, national, liberal arts college of 2,000 students located in the historic and vibrant city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The 180-acre campus includes functional and inspiring academic facilities and a supportive housing system. Founded in 1787, the college today is known as a place where the liberal arts and sciences are connected to the re...

Hikvision security solution protects 90 fast-food restaurants in Glasgow

 HIKVision's digital recording surveillance solution protect Burger King restaurant chains Burger King, one of the biggest worldwide fast food chains, has over 11,300 restaurants in 69 countries. And in Glasgow, United Kingdom, approximately 90 percent of Burger King Restaurants are operated by independent franchisees in different locations, which have been providing convenience of food for hundreds of people every day. Ensuring the security of restaurants as well as offering unified m...

ADI Global Distribution hosts IP training courses on 24th and 25th March

  ADI Global Distribution is hosting one day IP training courseADI Global Distribution and Vantage are hosting a one day IP security training course. The course is designed to provide you with a basic understanding of IP security and to offer the knowledge and confidence to win business in an area that is continuing to see growth.ADI is being joined by Vantage, Milestone, JVC and Mobotix to provide you with the basic fundamentals for IP security installations. The course is a great opp...

Hirsch to lead panel on security standards at TechSec Solutions

  Rob Zivney, vice president of marketing at Hirsch Electronics to moderate panel of experts at TechSec solutionsRob Zivney, vice president of marketing at Hirsch Electronics, a leading manufacturer of security management solutions, will moderate a panel of security experts at the upcoming TechSec Solutions conference being held February 23-25, 2009, at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, TX. The session is scheduled for Wednesday, February 25, at 4:00 p.m. and is entitled "Where Will S...

MOBOTIX to showcase innovative network CCTV camera technology at CeBIT 2009

  MOBOTIX AG to showcase several new IP CCTV products at CeBIT 2009With year on year growth of around 50% and the completion of Germany's most successful IPO for 2007, MOBOTIX AG is dominating the European HiRes CCTV market.  As the only major manufacturer to exclusively offer fully digital, intelligent IP cameras, its decentralised concept has finally made high-resolution video systems cost effective.By embracing new technology such as Megapixel CMOS sensors, SIP, VoIP, SSD,...

Barix to showcase new standalone intercom master station at ISC West

 Barix AG will exhibit the PS16 to the security industry for the first time at ISC WestBarix AG, a pioneer in IP-based audio, intercom, control, and monitoring, is now shipping the Barix Paging Station PS16, a compact, multifunction master station for use in IP intercom, paging and voice over IP applications. Barix will exhibit the PS16 to the security industry for the first time at ISC West, taking place from April 1-3, 2009 at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Booth #5144).The Barix P...

Numerous opportunities for security companies at Brazil Trade Show

  ISC Brazil expecting more than 100 exhibitors, 5,000 visitorsElectronic security companies looking to expand internationally will have one of their best opportunities of the year March 17-19 at the ISC Brazil trade show in Sao Paulo.With nearly 200 million people and a $2 trillion economy, Brazil has one of the world's highest potentials for growth, and the nation's electronic security market is projected to expand by more than 16 percent over the next five years. ISC...

Unpacking the video compression toolbox

How do video compression standards affect the encoding process? Katharina Geutebruck, managing director of Geutebruck GmbH  which manufactures and develops intelligent video security solutions, explains. It's probably fair to say that few buyers of video security systems are experts in video encoding. And why should they be? It's enough to The encoding process is defined by the developer's expertise rather than the video compression standard know that data...

Leading European multibrand distributor VIDEOR confirms its attendance at IFSEC 2009

  VIDEOR, one of the leading European Multibrand Distributors at IFSEC 2009VIDEOR will be an exhibitor at IFSEC in Birmingham again in 2009. But with more this time: VIDEOR will increase its booth area by a good 40% to cater better for its new concept. Designed as a lounge, the extended area offers much room to discuss current products and, of course, product innovations in a cosy atmosphere away from the hurly-burly from the fair. And the continuously growing product portfolio gives e...

Intellio intelligent security cameras are aimed to guard on Football World Cup 2010

 Vicon Industries and Safindo International teamed up with Intellio Ltd. in hopes of becoming leading suppliers of intelligent solutions in their local marketsIntellio Ltd., a household name in the security industry, is hopping continents to expand its business of selling its self-developed intelligent surveillance cameras. A new partnership has been sealed between the Hungarian company and the Australian subsidiary of Vicon Industries (USA) and Safindo Import & Exports c...

Panasonic and Pelco enter interoperability initiative

 Pelco joins the Panasonic Solution Developer Network to support Panasonic i-Pro Cameras on its video management platformsPanasonic System Solutions Company and Pelco have aligned under the Panasonic Solution Developer Network (PSDN) in an effort to expand the interoperability of both companies' video surveillance solutions to best serve the needs of customers. As a new PSDN member, Pelco plans to support Panasonic's i-Pro network camera lineup under its enterprise-class IP-based video secu...

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