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Video Security

Grundig Dome Camera Runs on Pixim Chip

04 May 2012 | Bob Snyder | Video Security
Grundig Dome Camera Runs on Pixim Chip Grundig addresses the market’s wide dynamic range CCTV camera requirements with its Pixim fixed dome. The vandal-resistant Pixim dome uses a 1/3" CMOS SEAWOLF sensor to produce some of the best wide dynamic range (WDR) performance available. Continue reading...

Dinion HD 1080p Wins red dot award

23 April 2012 | Bob Snyder | Video Security
Dinion HD 1080p Wins red dot award The Dinion HD 1080p Day/Night surveillance camera from Bosch Security Systems has been honored with the red dot award. This is one of the world’s largest and most renowned design competitions (this year attracted over 14,000 submissions from 58 countries – 4515 products alone in the category “Product Design”). This winning design boasts a new casing to accommodate the sophisticated, HD-optimized technology inside. Ad Biemans, Product Marketing Manager at Bosch Security Systems comments: Continue reading...

Security System Pros And Cons For AV Integrators

12 April 2012 | Lee Distad | Video Security
by Lee Distad It sometimes seems as if there are two kinds of AV integrators: ones who resign themselves to offering their clients security systems and monitoring, and ones who loathe security and want nothing to do with it. That’s a totally un Continue reading...

Axis Eliminating VMS

12 April 2012 | Bob Snyder | Video Security
Axis Eliminating VMS Who needs VMS…Axis's new Camera Companion wants to takeover from analog cameras in the sub-16 camera market segment. Axis calls it “the market’s easiest video surveillance solution for small systems up to 16 cameras.” It offers future-proof IP adv Continue reading...

Need Amnesty? ObjectVideo Makes Its Point

02 April 2012 | Bob Snyder | Video Security
Need Amnesty? ObjectVideo Makes Its Point ObjectVideo’s IP Amnesty Program, intended to give qualified video analytic providers a 60-day window to enter into a global, portfolio-wide patent licensing agreement, seems only to irritate many other vendors. Sure, it’s generous enough. Participation in the program entails a one-time fee and a pay-as-you-go patent licensing agreement. ObjectVideo will even waive past damages for amnesty program participants. But the IP Amnesty Program also underlines the fact that ObjectVideo is running over the industry with a legal steamroller Continue reading...

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