Axis Communications, a provider of network video, introduces its new AXIS D2050-VE Network Radar Detector at ASIS International. Radar technology is used for accurate and reliable area detection of moving objects in different light and weather conditions. The technology is a nice complement to Axis cameras with video motion detection, like PTZ cameras, and is designed to integrate with Axis video management systems (VMS). Additionally, the AXIS D2050-VE Network Radar Detector was named a recipie...
AB405 is designed for ENG teams and for video assist where link stability cannot be compromised ABonAir, the provider of wireless microwave link solutions for professional cameras that holds the industry record of 7msec video delay, reveals at NAB 2017 its new system - the AB405. This new wireless video system enables camera teams to wirelessly transmit video directly from cameras to media centres or OB vans. AB405 is designed for ENG teams and for video assist where link sta...
Real-time search analytics addresses one of the most important control room tasks - locating a person of interest If you have been to any of the many security industry tradeshows this year you will undoubtedly have seen and heard the phrase ‘next generation video analytics’. Is it just a catchy marketing phrase or is there more substance behind it? Video analytics as a technology has been with us for many years, but there has always been an air of confusion and mys...
A force of 85,000 police and military will patrol the Olympic grounds and environs to provide security A week before the Rio Olympics were slated to begin, Brazil fired the private security firm assigned to hire personnel to screen people entering the various Olympic venues located around Rio De Janeiro. The security plan called for 3,400 screeners. The security firm had only found 500. What happened? Today, prospective security officers must undergo background checks that do...
Numbers tell the story of security at the Euro 2016 football tournament which begins on 10th June in France. Here are some of the figures that reflect the robust level of protection and security in place across the country: 90,000 The total count of police, soldiers and private security agents who will be deployed throughout France to ensure the safety of the tournament. 77,000 How many police, gendarmes, and riot-control officers will be deployed. 13,000 The num...
TRI-ED will use ballgames to provide customers with training, product demos and networking Baseball season is upon us, and with it comes the announcement of TRI-ED's 2016 Stadium Tour training programme and schedule. TRI-ED and its supplier partners welcome customers to take part in a free day of training and product demos, an expo, and a great night of networking at the ballgame. Following the hugely successful 2015 Stadium Tour programme, the 2016 lineup shapes up like this:...
Axis Communications features network radar technology for accurate area detection at ASIS 2017
- COP security assists with F.C. United of Manchester security system upgrade
- ABonAir launches the AB405 wireless video system at NAB 2017
- Next generation video analytics: separating fact from fiction
- MOBOTIX video analytics provides insights for Harlow sports club
Thorne chooses Vanderbilt security solutions for Bolton Wanderers football ground
- Avigilon’s high-definition surveillance solution covers Target Field, USA
- IDIS user-friendly surveillance chosen for personal training facility
- Avigilon improves training and judging at The Canoe Centre with superior image quality in all weather conditions
- Panasonic cameras deployed in FC Groningen’s face matching pilot
Round Table Discussions
A major benefit of technology innovation is more application opportunities. As video cameras become better and more versatile, new uses are emerging that extend the benefits of video surveillance, often outside tried-and-true parameters. Sometimes security camera manufacturers are on the front lines to see new ways video is contributing value to integrators and end user customers. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable participants: What is the most unusual application of surveillanc...