Posts Tagged ‘IP CCTV’

CCTV 2011

Friday, December 24th, 2010

2011 for the CCTV industry.

No doubt this last year (2010) has been hard for the CCTV security industry, no not hard, in fact, incredibly difficult. We have seen falling sales, smaller margins, and a service revenue drought.

It seemed that every installing company out there was cutting the price of its installations but prices for equipment were still rising not to mention fuel. A deadly combination and… Continue reading

Pelco Spectra HD series dome.

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Pelco HD dome

Pelco have released their new Spectra HD Series dome and its one worth looking at. The new spectra HD dome is capable of delivering crystal clear pictures through a standard web browser via live streaming. With an aspect ratio of either 16:9 or 4:3 and 1280 x 960 it offers 360 degrees continuous pan at up to 400 degrees per second. Auto flip provides an added… Continue reading

WJ-NV200

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Panasonic sales staff are have been touting the benefits of the WJ-NV200, their new IP CCTV offering to the security market place. With good reason. They are all very excited about the product and the features that have been incorporated into it. One of them, facial recognition, is certainly an interesting concept. Could it be used as an access control tool to replace biometric readers and card entry systems by… Continue reading

Dahua CCTV, DVR solutions

Monday, November 15th, 2010

Dahua is a manufacturer of CCTV and IP video surveillance products.With 15 years of experience in development. A leading supplier of CCTV and surveillance equipment. Modular design gives flexibility and allows easy expansion of CCTV systems whether it is analogue or IP CCTV

Dahua launched their first the 8- channel real time embedded DVR in 2002 and a year later released the 16 channel version

Integrated security solution for global forwarders

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Recent disturbing news regarding a Global Courier company receiving alleged suspect packages to forward on to the US just shows that no matter where or how, terrorism can be targeted using almost any means….

But, maybe Video Analytics could be used to complement the tracking procedure, highlighting suspicious activity or intervention….

Take for example a potential scenario:-

Person arrives at Courier depot somewhere in the world with… Continue reading