Posts Tagged ‘HD CCTV’

Avigilon

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Back in 2010 Integrated CCTV interviewed Avigilon and asked them about the future. How far have they come since?  Well they are now probably one of the biggest names in HD CCTV here in the UK. Each year Avigilon HD go from strength to strength. Lets take a look back and see how much of what they talked about then has come true today. Comments welcome.

http://www.integratedcctv.co.uk/2010/11/23/avigilon-talk-to-integrated-cctv-about-their-company-and-the-future/

Samsung HD SDI CCTV solutions

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Anything up to the first quarter of this year that was offering a viable HD CCTV solution has been synonymous with IP network systems. Now though, HD SDI CCTV is capturing the imagination of  CCTV installers. Samsung are at the forefront of the new HD SDI revolution and technology built into Samsung’s new HD-SDI cameras and HD SDI DVR allows installers  the option of real time Full… Continue reading

Brickcom night time images

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Brickcom have released images produced by their new range of night vision N series mega pixel IP cameras. The range goes up to 3 MP and the images are an excellent example of how HD can be used effectively at night.

Brickcom mega pixel IP camera The Brickcom N series uses the Sony Exmor… Continue reading

benefits of HD CCTV

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Police were able to go into such fine detail using HD CCTV they were actually able to literally see the whites of the criminals eyes. As more convictions are held up after the London riots using CCTV evidence. This is by far the best example yet.

 

 

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/cctv-snares-cross-eyed-arsonist-172421515.html

“Despite covering his face, officers combing through CCTV footage spotted Burls, of Purdon… Continue reading

HD CCTV sales to drive UK security market over the next 5 years

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

A recent report by Keynote has made a prediction that will make all involved in the CCTV industry here in the UK to sit up and take notice. The forecast predicts that that the UK CCTV industry will see  rise in value of 30.1% between 2012 and 2016. They go on to say that this increase in the CCTV market place will become… Continue reading