Round Table Discussion: Do privacy concerns limit use of audio features in video cameras and surveillance systems?

Most of today’s video surveillance cameras are capable of providing audio, but when should it be implemented? Acceptable uses of audio surveillance, as opposed to video, are a different concept in many jurisdictions worldwide. Privacy laws regarding audio may be more stringent than those for video, but both tend to centre around the concept of…

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asmag.com Article: Social media marketing for security — Is the investment worth it?

In 2014, the Security Industry Association (SIA) released a major study conducted by the Josh Gordon group designed to improve the marketing effectiveness of organizations selling products into the security market. The study, which surveyed 1,090 security managers, system integrators, and dealers/distributors, found although security buyers search and evaluate information on suppliers’ websites, social media…

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Source Security Article: Casino security

HD IP cameras offer better video surveillance capabilities By Larry Anderson Editor, SourceSecurity.com High-definition (HD) cameras are a perfect fit for the casino market. HD security cameras provide six times the resolution of analogue cameras, supplying images with sharper edges that easily identify faces, cards, dice, chips, currency, and fill slips. In addition, high-definition IP…

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How High Resolution Cameras, Big Data Analytics Are Impacting Video Storage Needs

Our Regional President for Americas comments in Business Solution magazine By Jumbi Edulbehram, Regional President, Americas, Oncam The IP surveillance camera market has come a long way in the last decade and is constantly changing and evolving, with manufacturers that push the envelope when it comes to producing bigger and better technology. Today’s camera manufacturers create cameras…

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