IP video surveillance

MOBOTIX demonstrates MOVE range with integrated security partners and solutions at IFSEC 2018

MOBOTIX (Stand C310) is showcasing its latest product line and technology partnerships that reflect an emerging culture of openness within the company. MOBOTIX welcomes 6 partners onto its booth to demonstrate a range of exciting new integrated solutions.  MOBOTIX MOVE camera line MOBOTIX is demonstrating the first public appearance of its new MOBOTIX MOVE line of cameras, the first ONVIF G compliant series. It is able to deliver three H.264 streams at the same time. The MOBOTIX MOVE seri...

FLIR releases Saros dome outdoor perimeter security cameras at IFSEC 2018

FLIR Systems, Inc. has announced six FLIR Saros dome cameras at the 2018 IFSEC International in London. The FLIR Saros dome cameras are the first group of products introduced to the FLIR Saros family of outdoor security cameras that include patented and patent pending technologies that can deliver accurate, actionable alerts, and verified alarm data for outdoor commercial perimeters. Saros dome cameras Saros dome cameras integrate multiple technologies in one device, including two low-cost FLI...

SecuriThings’ Two-Click Deployment enables organisations to protect IP cameras against cyber-threats

SecuriThings, provider in IoT security, unveiled a new capability that enables system integrators to rapidly deploy the SecuriThings solution onto operating IP cameras for immediate monitoring and remediation. Using common video management software (VMS), SecuriThings agents are quickly uploaded to existing video surveillance deployments, with no additional configuration necessary. IP cameras are crucial components of any physical security or safe city deployment. However, these devices are vul...

See more in smarter ways with VIVOTEK’s advanced IP and cybersecurity solutions at IFSEC 2018

VIVOTEK, global IP surveillance provider, is proud to showcase its latest IP surveillance solutions at IFSEC 2018, taking place from June 19 to 21 at ExCeL, London. Located at booth B252, VIVOTEK will present its strategy, “See More in Smarter Ways,” in a range of exceptionally smart IP surveillance systems including cybersecurity, transportation, 180-degree panoramic and intelligent 360-degree solutions. Also showcased will be automation solutions built in cooperation with LOYTEC e...

Hikvision UK and Eagle Eye Networks partner up for secure cloud-based video surveillance solution

Hikvision UK & Ireland, a global manufacturer of video surveillance products and solutions, and Eagle Eye Networks, a worldwide provider of cloud-based video surveillance solutions, announced a technology partnership to deliver customers a seamless and cyber secure cloud video surveillance solution. Dean Drako, CEO and founder of Eagle Eye Networks stated, “We are pleased to expand our global relationship with Hikvision by partnering with Hikvision UK to serve customers in England, Wa...

Tyco's exacqVision Training Certification Program aids end-users to choose certified system integrators

Tyco, the security products division of Johnson Controls, has introduced the exacqVision Training Certification Program to enable end-users to choose from a pool of highly trained and certified system integrators who are able to install and support Exacq video management software (VMS) to a high standard. “We appreciate the importance of working with competent system integrators who share our ambition of ensuring clients achieve maximum benefit from their investment in a video surveillanc...

Round table discussions

What are the security challenges of the enterprise market?

Enterprise customers provide a large, and very lucrative, business opportunity for the physical security market. These customers include big global companies with plenty of revenue to spend and employees and facilities to protect. As a group, enterprise customers also tend to be a demanding lot, requiring systems that are large, scalable, that can operate across a wide geographic area, and that provide top-notch system performance. Enterprise customers set the standards of performance for the en...

What will be the biggest surprise for security in 2018?

The new year presents new opportunities for the physical security marketplace. In many ways, 2018 will undoubtedly see further development of trends we saw in 2017. In fact, some of the trends determining the future of the physical security industry have been in place for many years. However, not every event in 2018 can be foreseen or easily predicted. To be sure, it is sometimes the surprises that keep life interesting! We asked this week Expert Panel Roundtable: What will be the security marke...

How does the IT department influence security purchases?

In recent years, information technology (IT) departments at end user companies have often been seen as adversaries of traditional security departments – or, at least, as a thorn in their side. One of the issues is territorial: As physical security products have migrated to use of Internet protocols and the network infrastructure, the IT and security departments have clashed – erm… make that interacted – more and more often. New realities such as cybersecurity have made i...