video technology

IDIS Video Tech Comes Out Top in Public Demonstration of Cybersecurity Measures

IDIS video technology’s industry-beating reputation for robust cybersecurity was given a further boost last month in a series of ethical hacking attempts at the ESS+ International Security Trade Fair in Bogotá, Columbia, which attracted over 15,000 visitors and 150 exhibitors. IDIS was one of only three vendors willing to submit their technology for a public Video Security Product Hacking event and defeated all attempted attacks.

Vintra Adds Key New Features to Industry-Leading Video Analytics Platform

Vintra announced that they have added an array of new features to the latest release of their award-winning product suite Vintra Fortify. This enhancement further positions Vintra as the go-to provider for security professionals, with solutions designed to help them detect potential threats more quickly, respond to ongoing incidents with greater intelligence and dramatically improve investigative results.

Video Technology During A Pandemic: How Can We Address New Challenges?

The current global pandemic presents businesses and institutions with an array of new challenges beyond security. Businesses and organizations must now implement protocols and address logistical, commercial, and security hurdles. The panel discussion will feature professionals from key frontline industries affected by the pandemic, including end-users from municipality management and healthcare. Milestone Systems announced a webinar panel discussion of safety and security professionals.

Xtralis & City of London Police Innovate to Put Additional Eyes on the Street

Xtralis announced they are working in cooperation with the London City Police in exploring technology solutions that will allow live transmission of video and audio from central monitoring locations of police vehicles and officer-worn vests so that tactical decisions can be made more quickly and efficiently to respond to threats around London.

How Can 4K Resolution Help Enterprise Video Surveillance

Video Surveillance sector is witnessing a new trend and that is increased interest in adopting 4K video technology. But do you think that 4K video technology will help an enterprise to watch for intruders, monitor the premises, and even assist with court cases where a theft or a break-in has occurred?

Digital Ally Files Unfair Competition Lawsuit Against Utility Associates

Digital Ally, Inc. (NASDAQ: DGLY), the industry leader in law enforcement video technology, announced that it has filed an Unfair Competition lawsuit against Utility Associates, Inc. ("Utility") in the United States District Court for the District of Kansas. Digital contends that Utility has defamed Digital and illegally interfered with Digital’s contracts, customer relationships, and business […]

Ambarella Jumps 5%: FYQ1 Beat Expectations

Shares of digital video technology provider Ambarella ( AMBA ) are up $1.15, almost 5%, at $25.80, in late trading after the company yesterday reported fiscal Q1 revenue and profit that topped analysts’ expectations and forecast this quarter’s revenue higher as well. Revenue in the three months ended in April rose to $40.9 million, yielding […]

Milestone’s MIPS Partner Conference Attracts Top Video Surveillance Professionals

Published on 14 Feb, 2014 The MIPS Technology Showcase illustrated 48 examples of interoperability with the Milestone open platform in every facet of security implementations Security equipment manufacturers and integrated solution partners gathered at the MIPS partner conference Milestone Systems , the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS), has just held its ninth annual MIPS partner conference in the Americas, on its 16th birthday. The Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Centre in Orlando, Florida, was the location for this year’s meeting of 350 video surveillance professionals. Security equipment manufacturers, distributors, channel partners and integrated solution partners gathered to learn, share and brainstorm about the latest in video technology. Milestone Systems CEO Lars Thinggaard opened the event, stating: “Video enabling is happening now and being used for more than just security as integrations with analytics, biometrics, RFID and all kinds of business metadata are being incorporated into operations to realise innovative new efficiencies and more strategic approaches. This is something Milestone defined years ago in our mission and vision. With our international ecosystem of partners, we are well positioned to take advantage of this major business opportunity.” Eric Fullerton, Milestone Systems Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, spoke on the topic Why Compromise?  “Video is becoming mission critical for value-added purposes in all vertical sectors, as a tool for daily business. Open platform IP video fosters deeper integrations that bring more value than any one company could do alone, and our ecosystem proves this concept. The scalability and […]

3VR Welcomes Jeff Karnes As Its Senior Vice President Of Marketing

Published on 22 Jan, 2014 3VR appoints Jeff Karnes as its Senior Vice President of Marketing Karnes previously held executive and senior leadership roles at Yahoo!, WebEx, Virage, and Cinebase Software 3VR , the video intelligence company, recently announced that Jeff Karnes has been named Senior Vice President of Marketing and will spearhead the company’s retail analytics initiative. "Jeff joins 3VR at an important time," said Al Shipp, CEO of 3VR. "His impressive background in video technology and ability to work across a range of industries will be tremendously valuable as 3VR pursues new opportunities in the retail and security segments." 3VR is now leveraging the same video-mining technology that has delivered proven ROI for retail loss prevention to improve marketing, merchandising and store operations. Brick-and-mortar retailers can glean real-time, actionable insights from the Big Data from in-store video to create a personalised, omni-channel experience, increasing conversions and spend rate. In addition to the retail initiative, Karnes will drive 3VR’s marketing efforts in the video surveillance industry. Most recently, he was CEO at Pixel Forensics , a company that provides solutions to rapidly triage and analyse video, images and audio for forensic and investigative applications for U.S. Government clients. "3VR is at the forefront of delivering solutions that allow companies to search and gain insights from the growing amount of video," said Karnes. "Joining 3VR at this moment in the evolution of video and Big Data is an incredible opportunity and I’m thrilled to be part of the company." […]

ONVIF Publishes Profile G Draft for Video Storage and Recording

ONVIF, a global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, announced the Release Candidate for Profile G — the specification designed to store, search, retrieve and play back media on devices or clients that support recording capabilities and on-board storage. This new Profile is now available for review on the ONVIF website. As with Profile […]