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Biometrics, the safest form of access control

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

How biometrics is the smart way to point to the future.

Anyone who has been responsible for administering an access control system of a reasonable size will know that their staff have a very annoying tendency to lose their prox cards on a fairly regular basis. This can be costly for starters. There may also be a high staff turnover so cards may need to be replaced

Samsung HD SDI DVR

Thursday, May 30th, 2013

We look at the Samsung HD SDI offering here at HD SDI DVR is it a product that Samsung have released to make up the numbers or are they really looking to take a grip of the HD SDI market place?

Samsung have started to advertise and promote their new product line that moves them into the new HD SDI CCTVmarket place. Previously Samsung have been advocating IP and the… Continue reading

The CCTV regulation debate

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

So the debate goes on. Is CCTV out of control is a question asked in the recent security briefing from IFSEC. References to government legislation that seem to be pointing to far greater control over CCTV in public places is a highly contentious issue. We already have the data protection act and this has served us well over a number of years. Do we really need more… Continue reading

HD SDI DVR demonstation

Monday, February 25th, 2013

HD SDI CCTV has many things going for it in this age where HD images are becoming very important to you the installer in order upgrade your existing client base. possible though the best thing is just how easily this can be demonstrated to the client. All you need is an HD SDI camera, a 4 way HD SDI recorder, a good 1080p capable monitor, a… Continue reading

HD SDI CCTV the future of surveillance in the UK

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

HD SDI CCTV has become more than just the third way to upgrade to HDcctv images. In many cases it is now considered the only way. If you have a CCTV system that is currently analogue then you can upgrade to HD by re-using existing coax and adding HD SDI cameras and an HD SDI DVR. This is a far more efficient solution than running new cat 5 cable and… Continue reading