Vicon Industries, Inc. announced that it started shipping their new 2MP and 4MP V930D and V9500D Series turret cameras, ideal for retail and hospitality applications. The V930D and V9500D series are turret, or “eyeball,” cameras featuring H.264/H.265 compression, wide-dynamic-range, IR LEDs and low-light capabilities. Turrets offer aesthetics similar to dome models but easier access for positioning and maintenance. They can be surface, wall or ceiling mounted, are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and offer extreme ease-of-installation and adjustment due to their innovative form factor.
Vicon Industries, Inc. attributes its dedicated A&E Support Tools as a key component in supporting Coffman Engineering Inc. in its security technology design for the City of Spokane Valley City Hall. The light-filled 65,712 square foot facility stands three stories, with a full underground basement, and was designed to accommodate the community’s anticipated needs for the next 50-100 years with minimal expansion.
Vicon Industries announced that it is working closely with the State of Sinaloa, Mexico to create a statewide surveillance network that unifies the systems of all of its metropolitan areas, including the cities of Culiacan, Mazatlan, Los Mochis and others. The new statewide initiative, built upon Valerus VMS software, will allow for greater coordination between all municipalities and their law enforcement agencies in their efforts to combat the influence of powerful drug cartels entrenched within the region.
Vicon Industries, Inc. introduces further enhancements in their Starlight technology cameras. Vicon’s new Starlight versions of their popular V940 IP camera series produces flawless full-color video streams in near-dark lighting conditions. These low light cameras offer an eye-opening ultra-high-sensitivity down to 0.002 lux (color) and 0.0006 lux (B&W), enabling full color images in almost full darkness.
The stock of Vicon Industries, Inc. (VII) shows a multiple bottoms pattern with $0.60 target or 6.00% below today’s $0.64 share price. The 9 months chart pattern indicates high risk for the $6.23M company. It was reported on Dec, 27 by Finviz.com. If the $0.60 price target is reached, the company will be worth $373,800 less.
Vicon Industries CEO Eric Fullerton has resigned August 1, and his last day at Vicon was Friday, August 5, 2016. This comes less than two years after joining Vicon (NYSE: VII). Fullerton also is stepping down from his role as a director of the video surveillance company, the company announced in a SEC 8K filing.