CCTV Trends for 2016

CCTV markets continue to grow worldwide. Every country is bulking up security to counter the threat of terrorism. Here are some trends for 2016: City surveillance projects will find renewed focus. Major cities will implement / upgade city surveillance projects....

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CCTV trends in emerging markets

CCTV installation in emerging markets is expanding rapidly. But one size does not fit all. What works in North America, Western Europe, and Japan might not be relevant in markets like India, Brazil, Indonesia, and Russia. The key enablers for emerging markets are...

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Why you need CCTV at your construction site

Many of you might have a feeling that they can use a normal desktop hard drive for their surveillance needs. They go with this logic thinking that all hard drives are same and operate in a similar manner. But this assumption of them is quite wrong. Traditional,...

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Embedded Intelligent Video Analytics explained

As processors get faster, cheaper and more efficient, more processing can be done in the Camera itself. Embedded Intelligent Video Analytics is the future. Earlier most IP cameras supported just basic motion detection. Today most cameras support a suite of edge...

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WDR Explained

WDR stands for Wide Dynamic Range (WDR). There could be situations when the CCTV could be subject to a wide range of light levels. For example: a CCTV mounted inside a building looking at the building entrance - daylight outside and ambient lighting inside. To...

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The Debate Is Still On In Global Markets – Analog CCTV VS IP

Analog cameras still dominate emerging markets due to their cheaper costs and ease of installation. Analog cameras are usually categorised based on the number of TVL (TV Lines) - example: 540, 600, 800TVL and occasionally 960H with the higher the number generally...

Top 10 Critical Infrastructure Video Surveillance Trends for 2016

Most governments are ramping up security for critical infrastructure. Video surveillance is an integral part of making a robust plan for securing critical public assets. Most video surveillance systems to be deployed in critical infrastructure in 2016 shall have the...

CCTV Trends for 2016

CCTV markets continue to grow worldwide. Every country is bulking up security to counter the threat of terrorism. Here are some trends for 2016: City surveillance projects will find renewed focus. Major cities will implement / upgade city surveillance projects....

CCTV trends in emerging markets

CCTV installation in emerging markets is expanding rapidly. But one size does not fit all. What works in North America, Western Europe, and Japan might not be relevant in markets like India, Brazil, Indonesia, and Russia. The key enablers for emerging markets are...

Why a maintenance plan is mandatory for CCTV Systems?

Certified Professional installers are good at installing and commissioning CCTV systems. Once the system is up and running, it is essential that an operations and maintenance manual and checklist be created. Some of the potential issues that can happen over time:...

Why you need CCTV at your construction site

Many of you might have a feeling that they can use a normal desktop hard drive for their surveillance needs. They go with this logic thinking that all hard drives are same and operate in a similar manner. But this assumption of them is quite wrong. Traditional,...

Impulse CCTV P2P Allows Convenient Viewing Without Static IP

Few years ago, configuring an IP Camera for remote access was a pain. Unless a static IP was available, the process was to use dynamic DNS forwarding which required the user to change his router settings (port forwarding). Most manufacturers created their DNS services...

Embedded Intelligent Video Analytics explained

As processors get faster, cheaper and more efficient, more processing can be done in the Camera itself. Embedded Intelligent Video Analytics is the future. Earlier most IP cameras supported just basic motion detection. Today most cameras support a suite of edge...

Impulse 4K IR PTZ with 200m IR vision and embedded IVA soon to be released

Impulse 4K IR PTZ with 200m IR vision and embedded IVA soon to be released Impulse plans to release much awaited 4K IR PTZ this December '16. The IMP-ZX-PTZ-800-3000 provides crystal clear 4K resolution, H.264+ compression, Quad Streams, IP67 body and Embedded...

WDR Explained

WDR stands for Wide Dynamic Range (WDR). There could be situations when the CCTV could be subject to a wide range of light levels. For example: a CCTV mounted inside a building looking at the building entrance - daylight outside and ambient lighting inside. To...

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