Posts Tagged ‘hd camera’

VideoIQ – an interesting entry into the UK IP HD Market

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

VideoIQ

a name not commonly known here in the UK……..but they have some extremely innovative products…

Video IQ claim, to be the ONLY IP HD manufacturer that can offer intelligent Video Analytics on HD and Megapixel IP cameras…..most of the IP HD pixc units out at the moment cannot offer video analytics ‘at the… Continue reading

March Networks new HD Nanodome

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Oooh, we like cute, small, neat new gadgets!

And yes, the new March Networks HD Nanodome looks like it will be a neat little gadget!

But, apart from being a gadget, will it deliver value for money in a tough and competitive IP industry?



Vigilant CCTV systems the New kids on the block

Friday, October 8th, 2010

We have been keeping an eye recently on an up and coming, home grown, good old UK based DVR and Hybrid/IP manufacturer…… Vigilant Systems, based in Somerset……

Unlike so many of the far eastern in-flux of DVR and NVR solutions, Vigilant Systems offer something quite unique!

Sure, their ‘engine’ is based on a Far Eastern software development – but we understand they have had considerable input to the… Continue reading

Arecont v Avigilon Battle of the HD Camera Giants!

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

Arecont vs Avigilon.

Both HD camera experts….both American….both high quality product offerings….both begin with ‘A’…….!

So which one?

Well, like most system selection questions, it is pretty much always down to a question of taste…

But, we think there may be enough differences to perhaps make the selection easier

Arecont….

Out and out IP camera manufacturers…..take a look at the extensive list of different… Continue reading

IP cameras v Analogue cameras

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

So there must be some reasons why IP cameras are going to provide the next generation of CCTV systems. Below we list some of the benefits to help you decide if you are about to buy CCTV if IP is the way for you to go.

Analogue vs IP cameras.

IP cameras are inherently networkable so no need to rely on the DVR to enable remote connection

IP cameras… Continue reading