Video surveillance equipment
Eagle Eye Networks, Inc. announced the enhancement of the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS to include the integration of Hikvision body worn cameras. The new Eagle Eye solution provides ease, reliability, and cybersecurity to body worn camera users seeking to synchronise and store video for extended periods in the cloud. The Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS will retrieve video and GPS data through a docking station connected to any Eagle Eye Bridge or Cloud Managed Video Recorder (C...
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, 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....
Honeywell invites attendees to ISC West 2018 and visit Honeywell’s booth #14025 from April 11 to 13 in Las Vegas, to see the latest connected home and buildings technologies. Visitors will get an early preview of Honeywell Home’s next generation security solutions –from All-in-One to Tower versions – featuring smart designs to keep users safe and connected. Dealers can experience how Honeywell’s voice, video and mobile solutions integrate with today’s connecte...
March Networks, a global provider of intelligent video solutions, is pleased to introduce the next evolution of its powerful Searchlight software. Used by leading banks and retail organisations worldwide to extract valuable information on customer service, merchandising, operations, compliance and more, March Networks Searchlight helps businesses improve performance and profitability. Integrating clear surveillance video, business data and highly-accurate analytics, the software also enables o...
IC Realtime, global digital surveillance and security technology provider has announced the appointment of Jorge Perez as President of Global Business Development and the new head of the Ella Intelligent Video Search business unit. Within the new role, Perez will be responsible for the oversight of new features and app roll outs under Ella intelligent video search division. Additionally, Perez will oversee operations and staffing within the Ella intelligent video search division of IC Rea...
MOBOTIX AG appoints Hartmut Sprave as Chief Technology Officer
- March Networks showcases CA2 Series HD Analogue cameras at ISC West 2018
- Honeywell showcases connected home and building technologies at ISC West 2018
- March Networks' Searchlight business intelligence software aids in crime prevention
- IC Realtime hires Jorge Perez as President of Global Business Development
3xLOGIC and Sonitrol’s video surveillance solution helps apprehend Dayton Church break-in culprits
- Milestone Systems' radar-based video surveillance system protects Hogle Zoo visitors from polar bears
- Hikvision's remote surveillance monitoring solution safeguards South Africa’s electrical subsations
- Hikvision enhances security for Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya
- Global MSC Security assists wireless IP surveillance system installation for Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Round Table Discussions
Body-worn cameras are becoming more common every day, driven both by needs of the marketplace and technology developments. However, questions remain about the usefulness of the devices, and their future role in promoting safety and security. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What are the challenges of body-worn cameras for the security industry?
It’s a challenging time for security integrators and installers. Equipment prices are going down (along with margins), and commoditisation is wiping away what used to be the advantage of exclusively offering a top product brand. Integrators can continue to succeed by finding a way to move ahead of the pack – but how? We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: How should integrators/installers differentiate themselves or make themselves stand out in today’s market?
The ability to view surveillance footage on mobile devices adds greater flexibility to an organisation's security monitoring system. But of course, there are drawbacks. In the age of mobile devices, we are able to do more and more while "on the go" and are less limited by the need to be at a desktop computer with internet / network connectivity. We are seeing the proliferation of mobile apps designed to enable us to access our most important files and perform important tasks...