The Future of IP Video Surveillance, Part 3 – Storage, Wireless Capabilities & IT Security

In the past few weeks, we’ve explored the ways in which IP surveillance is changing the face of security. First, we discussed cameras as a system, the influx of built-in analytics and 3-dimensional cameras . Then, we talked about day/night capabilities, changes in resolution, frame rates, omnidirectional and light-field cameras. In the third and final…

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The Future of IP Video Surveillance, Part 2 – Day/Night Capabilities, Resolution, Frame Rates, Omnidirectional & Light-Field Cameras

For the second part of our series on the future of IP video surveillance, we look at the advanced features and capabilities of surveillance cameras that are increasing the quality of viewable footage and bringing it into the 21st century. These features include higher resolution, increasing frame rates, light sensitivity and day/night capability, omnidirectional cameras…

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The Changing Role of Retail Security

Retail is one of the fastest-growing markets for 360-degree cameras, with many businesses eager to enjoy the benefits offered by wide field-of-view video surveillance. But for today’s retailers, surveillance isn’t just about loss prevention. Retail security is evolving in significant ways, and the role of the LP department has changed significantly. Surveillance Evolves Beyond LP…

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Goodbye PTZ, Hello 360

The ultimate goal of end users in any market – from transportation and retail, to critical infrastructure and education – is to enhance situational awareness. With a fuller, more comprehensive understanding of their facility’s security status at any given time, operators are empowered to more effectively deter, detect, respond to and investigate incidents and emergency…

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