Indoor surveillance

Connected Technologies presents Connect ONE management solution for security dealers and integrators

Security dealers and integrators don’t have the time or money to wade through dozens of security platforms and programs from various manufacturers. Think about all the training necessary for support, sales and technicians required when using multiple management platforms. It can become overwhelming. The single solution to meet the needs for all your customers and projects in every market vertical is Connect ONE from Connected Technologies, LLC. Cloud-hosted Connect ONE is the complete pac...

MOBOTIX AG appoints Hartmut Sprave as Chief Technology Officer

The MOBOTIX AG Supervisory Board appointed Hartmut Sprave as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and reappointed Klaus Kiener as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for another three years. Hartmut Sprave succeeds Dr. Oliver Gabel, who had resigned in November, and his experience includes many years in software and hardware development. He is expected to take up his role by 1 September 2018 at the latest.  In 1991, he co-founded MacroSystem Digital Video GmbH and had served there as CTO...

March Networks showcases CA2 Series HD Analogue cameras at ISC West 2018

March Networks, a global provider of intelligent video solutions, is pleased to introduce its new CA2 Series HD analogue cameras. A complement to the company’s 8724 V Tribrid NVR and HD analogue offering, the cameras enable organisations to capture sharp 1080p video over existing coaxial cable without the cost and disruption typically required to upgrade to Cat5/6. They also come with multiple mounts, including an innovative drop ceiling mount that cuts installation times by 50% or more....

Hikvision launches 'Achieve Extraordinary' campaign at ISC West 2018

On the opening day of ISC West 2018, Hikvision USA Inc., a provider of artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics and other emerging technologies, and major supplier of video surveillance products and solutions, launched its ‘Achieve Extraordinary’ campaign, which highlights how Hikvision technology provides valuable operational information for end users, as well as security for people, property and assets. "Beyond security, Hikvision solutions provide important data and bu...

Western Digital Purple launches microSDAs designed for 4K Ultra HD video surveillance cameras and edge systems

Western Digital Purple microSDAs announces the adoption of 4K Ultra HD video, emerging artificial intelligence (AI) applications and analytics drive the rapid growth and evolution of data in surveillance, Western Digital Corp. unveiled the Western Digital Purple microSD card, purpose-built for the complex and dynamic data demands of modern surveillance cameras and edge systems. Surveillance system operators can count on the robust Western Digital Purple microSD card to support a continuous surv...

Axis Communications exhibits IR LED technology-powered surveillance cameras at ISC West 2018

Infrared (IR) illumination provides a highly-effective enhancement for video surveillance in complete darkness. At ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas, Axis Communications is unveiling several new network cameras featuring its IR functionality, including pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) and fixed dome cameras, bullet, fisheye and panoramic cameras, and discreet sensors units. Together, these bring IR capability to almost any surveillance environment and answer an increased market demand.  IR’s abilit...

Round Table Discussions

How many megapixels are enough in video surveillance?

Higher pixel count is better. It’s a basic tenet of the video surveillance market, or at least it is the implication as manufacturers continue to tout their latest products offering ever-higher pixel counts. But the reality is more nuanced, as our Expert Panel Roundtable panelists explain this week. Pixel count shouldn’t be seen as an end unto itself, but rather as a factor in determining what camera is applicable to which application. Pixel count is just one factor of several to con...