Posts Tagged ‘Avigilon’

Avigilon products and shares news

Monday, March 31st, 2014

Anyone who had the foresight to invest money into an  Avigilon CCTV system will know the major benefits it can bring to their organization. The new ACC5 software offers some fantastic features and this allows companies to better control crime, health and safety and management processes on their sites. The ability to link in existing cameras via encoders means that previously invested capital is not wasted. Encoders are the secret of… Continue reading

HD CCTV can save you money and that’s a fact!

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

On the face of it when you compare HD CCTV product prices against analogue CCTV prices how can it be possible that HD CCTV can actually work out cheaper?. Well there are several factors we need to take into account when making this assumption. These range from power saving , better coverage supplied by HD, time saving on searches, false claims that can be dismissed, increased… Continue reading

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

Avigilon and Redcloud a perfect solution?

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Avigilon continue to take the security industry by storm and surprisingly or maybe not to some,  they have decided to buy into an integrated access control solution. By buying Redcloud they have shown their hand and the desire to step up their potential as a supplier of all security solutions not just IP CCTV. So who are Redcloud?  What do they do and why were Avigilon attracted to buy them?… Continue reading

What sets Avigilon apart from other HD IP CCTV systems.

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Avigilon first came to the attention of UK installers around 3 years ago when the quality of their products were displayed at IFSEC. It was then that the JPEG 2000 format and their 16 megapixel camera was able to demonstrate what HD could really do for the end user. Since then Avigilon have introduced a number of  H.264 cameras and at the same time they have been building a network… Continue reading