Archive for the ‘Analytics’ Category

Avigilon acquire VideoIQ

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

Well the big news this week in the world of CCTV is Avigilon’s announcement that they are buying out HD analytics experts VideoIQ. In a statement released yesterday a spokesman for Avigilon said:

“We are excited to announce that today we have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the video analytics company, VideoIQ, Inc.  Founded in 2006, VideoIQ has… Continue reading

Predator HD integrated CCTV solution

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

Take a look at the new Predator. It is all about integrated CCTV solutions. 360 vision have teamed up withThermal from FLIR
Radar from Navtech and Analytics from Ipsotek. All these technologies combine to make the new Predator the CCTV heavyweight camera that just about solves all your security requirements… Continue reading

Do Thermal CCTV cameras really have a place in the world of security today?

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

We have recently seen a rise in the number of companies starting to promote Thermal CCTV as a viable option to help end users protect their premises against crime and intrusion. This trend is currently a trickle but some in the industry seem to believe that Thermal CCTV really does have value and should be at the forefront of every specifiers mind. Difficult to believe when thermal cameras can retail… Continue reading

Essen 2012

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

The bi-annual Essen Security exhibition has now closed for another 2 years.

Boasting a huge array of Halls and technology to visit, surely Essen has now rightfully claimed its title as THE Security Exhibition to visit ahead of rivals such as IFSEC?

Essen security show

Spread over 11, yes that’s 11 Halls, Essen needed a transport… Continue reading

video analytics. Do they work?

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
Video analytics were originally hailed as the answer to just about everything in the world of CCTV when it first came to the  fore some years ago . The concept that an intelligent camera that was able  to look at a scene , interpret the difference between human activity and and other forms of movement such as foliage or wildlife was both appealing and very exciting news for the CCTV