Posts Tagged ‘CCTVinsider’

HD cameras but no Video Analytics

Saturday, February 19th, 2011

HD Camera manufacturers are struggling to offer Video Content Analytics on their HD / Megapixel IP cameras……… they don’t tell you why – it is simple, their hardware cannot cope with it and needs updating……….probably too much stock of legacy kit though

At least one company (VideoIQ) has cut out the middle man and gone straight to hardware that can support it – clever… Continue reading

PTZ cameras – too expensive?

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

“PTZ cameras are too dear, I will have have statics”

makes sense, but don’t moan that your static camera looking at 100m x 100m ‘has no detail’ – laws of physics says it can’t if it isn’t able to move or zoom, don’t try and defy those laws!… Continue reading

PTZ Dome cameras, CCTV Manufacturers beware

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

PTZ dome cameras need to sort their act out if they want to survive

they all have their own languages, they all have their own controllers and they get very grumpy if you try to force them onto something else

PTZ manufacturers, make your kit have a common language – you’ll sell more……..there’s a lot of existing kit out there looking for upgrades… Continue reading

CCTV News and reviews from ” the CCTV insider”

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Over recent months, we have thoroughly enjoyed detailing our thoughts and reviews on all the great (and not so great!) aspects of our industry!

So, we have decided to change the format a little with our blogs – a little bit of something for everyone!

We will still have our regular reviews and news mainly from our own Blogadmin, and also the opinions and musings of Tom