Video Suveillance

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  • Video Surveillance Solutions For Special Needs School

    Video surveillance systems permit a centralized overview of situations in classrooms and the campus, as well as recordings of classroom activities and remote viewing of activities via smart phone or tablet.

    Article • March 3rd, 2014

  • Video Surveillance: Standalone VCR to DVR to NVR

    Today's networked NVRs can be easily integrated with alarm and access control systems, providivng live video feeds to Android, iOS and Blackberry telephones and tablets.

    Article • March 3rd, 2014

  • Video Surveillance Opportunities In The Legalized Marijuana Industry

    DirectView Security sees tremendous growth potential as companies scramble to develop a foothold and meet the ever changing legal requirements for security for both growers and dispensaries.

    News • February 20th, 2014

  • Choosing and Setting up a Video Surveillance System, Part II

    We configure a standalone basic surveillance system using high definition video cameras and a network video recorder

    Article • January 2nd, 2014

  • Video Surveillance Migrates To IP

    Advantages of analog security camera systems are lower cost and lower hard drive and network bandwidth requirements. Advantages of IP camera systems are much higher resolutions, use of available IP infrastructure, and more options for wireless...

    Article • January 2nd, 2014

  • North Tama Community Schools Graduate to Toshiba IP Video Surveillance

    Stage 1 called for new Toshiba IP cameras in the areas currently unmonitored by the analog cameras. Over time, the school system plans to replace all the older analog cameras and DVRs with networked Toshiba equipment.

    News • December 27th, 2013

  • Choosing and Setting Up A Video Surveillance System

    Locksmith Ledger kicks off a series of articles that address the basics of video surveillance.

    Article • September 3rd, 2013

  • Polaroid Cameras Stop POS Shrinkage As It Happens

    Retailers need to quit thinking of surveillance systems as repositories of what’s been seen and recorded and, instead, think of cameras as sensors in a system

    News • August 20th, 2013

  • Napco Detectors Guard National Military Park on 150th Anniversary of Battle For Chattanooga

    With these dual technology microwave/PIR detectors, environmental disturbances are better tolerated and the threat of false alarms or nuisance alarms is dramatically reduced, surpassing the performance of conventional dual technology devices.

    News • July 2nd, 2013

  • Outdoor Bullet and Box Cameras

    Linear introduces the LV-BHRDI-212 outdoor bullet camera and the LV-CAMHRDW fixed box camera. Both feature the Enhanced Effio-E imager chip set, 700TVL and day/night functionality. The Bullet camera also includes zoom/focus, a three-axis bracket, IR...

    Product • June 19th, 2013

  • Outdoor Vandal Dome Cameras

    Loss prevention professionals can rest easy with Linear aluminum alloy vandal dome cameras keeping watch on exterior doors and perimeters. Resistant against inclement weather and direct impacts, the analog cameras operate in temperatures ranging from...

    Product • June 19th, 2013

  • Qvis: Entry-Level Video Surveillance

    The Qvis Installer Emergency Kit or the First Time Customer Package enable locksmiths who are new to CCTV to gain familiarity with DVRS, cameras, remote viewing, etc.

    Article • March 4th, 2013

  • Esprit SE IP Integrated PTZ Camera System

    The Esprit SE IP Integrated PTZ camera system from Schneider Electric, offers new high-tech, high-performance video surveillance benefits for security professionals

    Product • February 21st, 2013

  • Bald Eagles At Berry College Under Video Surveillance

    Thanks to equipment donations from Fluidmesh, live video streams of the eagles' nest can be viewed.

    News • February 1st, 2013

  • Camera for Mag Locks

    Seco-Larm introduces a powerful CCTV camera that monitors doorways while seamlessly integrating with SECO-LARM Electromagnetic Locks (Part #: E-941EC2-N1Q) .  The camera has a high 600 TV line resolution with a 2.8mm lens for a clear, wide image...

    Product • January 29th, 2013

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