by Rich Gadomski As both an active archive and tape evangelist, I’m excited to share how LTO (Linear Tape-Open) tape technology can transform video surveillance storage into a powerful, affordable, and long-term active archive solution. While there is a desperate need for more storage to support the proliferation of video surveillance applications, many in the video surveillance industry […]
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has introduced the Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch Milestone Plugin to provide seamless integration with the Milestone XProtect Video Management Software (VMS). The plugin delivers enhanced network security and improved efficiency for organisations operating mission-critical video surveillance networks, where camera uptime is essential.
Leveraging Seagate’s Lyve Cloud Infrastructure, ALICEnvr Protects Small Businesses with Scalable Video Retention Security. Cozaint Corporation is announcing the launch of its latest innovation, the ALICEnvr™ cloud-storage video surveillance system. This cutting-edge solution utilizes the power of Seagate Lyve™ Cloud storage infrastructure to provide small businesses with an unparalleled video surveillance experience. The ALICEnvr system […]
PureTech is committed to continuous innovation and customer satisfaction by providing the most comprehensive, easy to integrate, and reliable AI-boosted, geospatial video analytics and sensor fusion software solutions for borders and critical infrastructure. Larry Bowe Jr., CEO, said, “We are pleased to share just some of our progress bringing new capabilities to market in our last few major software releases. This is one of the many reasons why PureTech was named in a recent industry report and received two Govies Awards.”
A crucial piece of legislation that establishes the Department of Defense’s (DoD) budget and policies is the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of the United States. The DoD and other federal agencies’ use of video surveillance camera equipment is a crucial component of the NDAA. Concerns regarding the potential use of surveillance technology by foreign adversaries have risen in recent years.
One of the biggest and most complicated commercial sectors in the world is the oil and gas sector. These organizations and their intricate facilities require ongoing monitoring to protect its workers, assets, and business processes. This industry has an expanding demand for cutting-edge video surveillance systems to improve its security posture due to the growing vulnerabilities of just such facilities.
I attended the International Security Conference West (ISC West) in Las Vegas last week. The show was well attended with some 20,000 visitors packing the aisles and mobbing the booths of some 650 vendors. The show covers everything from video surveillance to computer and communications security, to physical plant security, loss prevention, and more.
ProdataKey and Turing AI announced a powerful integration that provides users with a seamless solution delivering the benefits of 100% cloud-based platform. Integrators can now offer customers a feature-rich, fully scalable video and access control system with low upfront costs, always-current software, embedded cybersecurity, and minimal support requirements from IT staff.
The safe and effective movement of people and products on roads, highways, and other transportation networks depends in large part on effective traffic management. Video surveillance has developed into a crucial tool for managing traffic, enabling officials to monitor traffic flow, spot traffic infractions, and promptly address situations. The significance of video surveillance in traffic management and its advantages for drivers and traffic authorities will be discussed in this article.
By Jay Jason Bartlett Airport security is a crucial aspect of air travel since it safeguards the safety and security of passengers, employees, and aircraft. In reaction to the rise in terrorism and other security threats, airports have implemented a number of security measures to fortify their defenses. One of the biggest advancements in airport […]
Video surveillance cameras are frequently used in a variety of settings to provide protection and security. However, these cameras frequently have lighting problems, especially at night or in dimly lit environments. The capacity to record clear video may actually be hampered by these lighting circumstances, which may even threaten the surveillance system’s overall performance. These circumstances make low-light or no-light video security cameras useful because they can record precise and clear video in low lighting.
Video surveillance retention is the practice of keeping recorded footage from security cameras for a specified period of time. While this technology can be beneficial in solving crimes and monitoring security, it is not without its limitations. One of the biggest limitations of video surveillance retention is the cost involved. Installing and maintaining a video surveillance system can be expensive, and the cost of storing the recorded footage can add up quickly.
Antaira Technologies announced it will be displaying an array of Ethernet PoE switches, new wireless equipment, and other advanced networking devices at the International Security Conference & Exposition. Also known as ISC West, the trade show will take place on March 28-31, 2023 at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas where Antaira will be exhibiting at booth #33051.
i-PRO shared its top five predictions for the physical security industry in 2023. 2023 will see significant adoption of AI-based analytics in cameras and video management systems (VMS) as more manufacturers provide this feature within their standard camera lines. There are simply too many camera streams for humans to monitor effectively, so AI-based analytics will be a catalyst that enables security departments to do more with less. This evolution will drive a significant shift in stance for physical security by enabling organizations to become more proactive in response to real-time events instead of reacting to past events. In 2023 focus will shift from capturing video to gathering data. The challenge will be in how effectively organizations are able to utilize this data not only for security, but also for cross-departmental operations to increase efficiencies and revenue.
Arcules announces a strategic global distribution partnership with Wesco to expand brand awareness and increase access to easy, scalable, and reliable cloud and managed services in North America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Through the partnership with Wesco, Arcules will now be able to expand its reach through Wesco’s vast distribution network, giving greater visibility as customers continue to seek more flexible and secure cloud video solutions.
Wasabi Technologies announced a new integration with Hanwha Techwin that delivers a fully scalable, cost-effective cloud storage solution for the Wisenet WAVE VMS to reinforce the surveillance industry’s next generation architecture needs. By leveraging a combination of on-prem and cloud technology, users of Wasabi hot cloud storage and Wisenet Wave VMS can support high camera counts, high-definition resolutions, high frame rates, and long retention periods with exceptional reliability, affordability, and availability to meet the demands of video surveillance deployments while protecting video with the industry’s strongest security practices.
Arcules announced a strong quarter for the company with growth driven by enhanced services, partnerships, customer wins, and global expansion. Each day, more companies worldwide are embracing VSaaS to increase safety and operational efficiency, and a great majority are turning to Arcules for its proven mix of security, flexibility, and ease-of-use.
Novaira Insights releases its latest report, “The World Market for Video Surveillance Hardware and Software – 2022 edition”. A new report from Novaira Insights reveals that the global video surveillance market grew 16.4% in 2021 as restrictions on movement due to the COVID-19 pandemic eased. The report, “The world market for video surveillance hardware and software” shows that shipments of surveillance cameras and related equipment grew as pent-up demand was served. However, there was a shortage of components used for production of video surveillance equipment in 2021 and this led to higher prices for those components.
Antaira Technologies is attending the International Security Conference & Exposition – also known as ISC West – starting today at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas. Exhibiting in ISC West booth #32087, Antaira is sharing its expanded portfolio of network switches, wireless devices, media converters, and serial communication devices, all designed to help security integrators enhance the power, reliability and scalability of their operations with leading-edge connectivity.