Dallmeier, a solutions provider for the casino industry, has announced that the recent ICE show in London was extremely positive for the company. “Our new CAT product was extremely well received by the major European casino operators who had attended live product demonstrations during the show,” said Konrad Hechtbauer, Dallmeier’s Project & Application Development Director. “This successful show edition has proven to us our plans to extend our CAT product offering in...
Cameras capable of recording video at 60 frames per second (fps) are becoming widely available in the security industry. It’s important to understand what 60-fps brings to the table for the security industry and how to leverage the technology for particular scenarios. Capturing video at 60-fps represents a unique application. System integrators typically use much lower frame rates, ranging from 7- to up to 30-fps. The potential for an incident might only represent 1%, or less, of the tim...
At ASIS 2017, Pelco by Schneider Electric will be showcasing a wide range of integrated surveillance technologies which drive the company’s advanced solutions capabilities. Key vertical market displays in the Pelco exhibit (booth 2309) will address challenges faced in the city surveillance, gaming, ports, and oil and gas verticals. A special feature in the Pelco exhibit will highlight how the company’s portfolio of surveillance cameras and video management platforms combine with part...
G2E Asia 2017, the marketplace for the Asian gaming industry, held in Macau from May 16 to May 18, was the largest edition in the show’s history. Marking another year of setting new records across several key areas: The show spanned 28,000 sqm of exhibition space – 27% increase over last year; The total number of visitors increased 28% over last year – with close to 14,000 in attendance; and The attendees included over 1,650 VIPs and top-quality buyers, producing a remarka...
Oncam, a provider of 360-degree video capture and business intelligence technology, will showcase its advanced video technology during IFSEC International 2017, being held between June 20-22, 2017, at ExCeL London. Oncam will demonstrate its award-winning 360-degree technology and product line with Milestone Systems at Stand E750. Oncam Evolution cameras Oncam Evolution 05 and 12 360-degree cameras, along with patented dewarping software, ensure that security personnel can view the entire scen...
Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia), the marketplace for the Asian gaming industry, organised by American Gaming Association and Reed Exhibitions, kicked off its 11th year today with a strong showing of top-level representatives from business, government, and the diplomatic corporations. Mr. Geoff Freeman, President & CEO, American Gaming Association and Mr. Hu Wei, President, Reed Exhibitions, Greater China & Korea, attending the opening ceremony, were joined by following dignitaries: Mr. Wang...
The benefits and limitations of 60 frames-per-second
- Pelco to focus on oil and gas, gaming and city surveillance at ASIS International 2017
- G2E Asia 2017: The largest edition of the Asian gaming industry event reports record-breaking growth
- Oncam to showcase 360-degree video technology at IFSEC International 2017
- G2E Asia 2017 attracts representatives from business, government, and diplomatic corporations
Qognify video management system installed at major Asian casino
- Surveon megapixel network cameras and NVR strengthen Phoenix Casino security in Vietnam
- Avigilon high-definition surveillance system secures Prairie Meadows Racetrack Casino Hotel
- MAXXESS access control and security management software selected for Commerce Casino in California
- Tyco security solution integrates access control, video surveillance systems at WinnaVegas Casino Resort in Sloan, Iowa
Round Table Discussions
A clear image is the desired end-result of video systems – or is it? In a growing number of applications, it’s not the image itself, but rather what information can be gained from the image, that is most important. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable to comment on some of the ways information from video is valuable to end users. Specifically, we asked: In what applications does information derived from video images provide more value than the images themselves?
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...