VIDEO STORAGE SERVER

Oncam Partnership with SANS Technology to Increase Video Storage Server Options to Customer Base

  COLUMBIA, September 24, 2018 — Oncam, a technology company that delivers effective and intelligent video, video-based analytics and business intelligence solutions for their global customers, today announced its partnership with SANS Technology’s cutting-edge custom-built Video Server Solutions.   Through the technology partnership, Oncam can deliver advanced storage solutions with SANS Technology’s custom-built Video Server…

SMBS

Why Customers Should Buy Products And Services From SMBs

In 1973, a brilliant economist named E.F. Schumacher wrote a seminal book titled ‘Small Is Beautiful:’ taking an opposing stance to the emergence of globalization and “bigger is better” industrialism. He described the advantages of smaller companies and smaller scales of production, highlighting the benefits of building our economies around the needs of communities, not corporations. In almost…

Panoramic Surveillance

How VyStar Credit Union Used Panoramic Surveillance And Analytics To Bolster Security

Security and safety are important issues to every organisation. That said, the banking and finance industry faces unique challenges when it comes to security. Risks such as theft and fraud are real threats that deeply affect the financial industry’s customers and employees and the public in general. The question is, how do financial institutions effectively…

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Surveillance devices can also make the concept of safe cities a veritable reality by leveraging video analytics

Better safe than sorry, this adage holds true, especially in today’s day and age. Technology has to a great extent helped authorities ensure safe and secure cities. The way our security industry has evolved significantly over the last decade is proof enough that its demand is only going to increase in future. In a candid…

The Asian Age Article: How is Augmented Reality transforming surveillance and security functions

In July 2016, the entire world was taken by storm when Niantic released a new game ‘Pokemon GO’ in collaboration with Nintendo. Leveraging Augmented Reality (AR), the smartphone-based gaming application aptly extended an immersive experience to its users by placing virtual characters, called Pokemon, in real-world locations and was downloaded more than 500 million times…