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20
Sep
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Half Of All Cctv Systems Now Digital

135 participants (50 per cent) replied that half or more of their CCTV installations involve computer networks. And 20 per cent reported that almost 100 per cent of their installations now involve a link to a computer network of some kind.

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Ian Fowler, Norbain's Technical Training Manager is not surprised by the figures:

"We have known from anecdotal feedback from customers for several years that the proportion of systems being linked to computer networks is growing significantly.

“This survey confirms that trend and may even suggest that CCTV-IT integration is becoming the norm rather than the exception. This has many implications of course.

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Sun
19
Sep
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Siemens Puts Visiowave Into Ny Transit

UNDER terms of the agreement with NYC Transit’s Department of Subways, VisioWave will provide a significant portion of the security components and Siemens will install the equipment.

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The proposed VisioWave solution is well suited to mass transit needs and has fulfilled 100 per cent of the technical requirements during the intensive and wide evaluation process.

VisioWave’s SDK (Software Development Kit), will ensure both investment and obsolescence protection. The components of the VisioWave security solution include video streaming and storage, which are processed by VisioWave Evolution HD and Storage HQI RAID units.

  

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Sun
19
Sep
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PelcoS New Dvrs

The new System 9770 and System 9780 system architectures are specifically designed to accommodate higher camera-monitor density, enabling users to implement large matrix-controlled video surveillance systems that require less space to install and operate.

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This means a user can view and control up to 4,096 cameras and 512 monitors, all from a single node, in a footprint smaller than ever before possible. The base hardware configuration for the system is comprised of a central processing unit (CC1), matrix switching bay(s) (MXBs) with video input/output modules, and keyboard controllers (KBDs).

In addition to advances in system architecture, firmware updates can be accomplished via flash technology by simply connecting a PC laptop to the serial port of the matrix bay. This increases system serviceability as well as minimizes the time required to update the system.

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Sun
19
Sep
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Dm's New Bx2 Allows Hot Swapping

IF one disk fails or is removed, the other continues recording entirely unaffected. Mirroring capability also allows unlimited long-term data archiving, and permits important video data to be made available instantly to the police with no system disruption. 

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Wed
15
Sep
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High Volume Optic Loss Theory

The theory describes light pulse dynamics in optical fibers and explains how an interplay of noise, line imperfections and pulse collisions can lead to the deterioration of information in optical fiber lines.

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It’s thought that the theory will help to enhance the performance necessary for high-speed optical communication systems supporting CCTV, video on demand and ultra-broadband Internet, and the research has helped establish a new field of inquiry -- the statistical physics of optical communications.

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Sun
05
Sep
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Huge Nsw Cctv Tender Worth Tens Of Millions

The current system comprises around 6000 fixed and PTZ cameras, as well as hundreds of digital video recorders. The tender closes on October 20, 2004. While RailCorp isn’t saying, the specifications suggest a networked solution incorporating server farms. On the strength of this it’s likely a consortium comprising video surveillance integrators and IT and networking solutions providers will win the prize. The winning tenderer will be required to transform the current CCTV system to ensure that it meets RailCorp’s requirements and to improve the overall efficiency of the System by implementing current technologies. The winning tenderer will also provide services relating to the provision, installation, support, monitoring and reporting of CCTV camera and Help Points throughout CityRail. The original installation was worth around $A60 million and its likely a shift to a networking solution would increase that figure significantly.

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Sat
04
Sep
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Extreme Cctv Going Hard

Meanwhile, investment in research and development increased year-over-year to $US241,000 from $US178,000 for the quarter ended June 30, 2003. The increases relate to added personnel and current product development activity costs in our departments for both Extreme and Derwent for REG-ALERT(TM) software and many new product development initiatives. Research and development is an important component for continued growth for Extreme. The company's cash position at June 30, 2004 was $US4.0 million as compared to $US4.1 million as at the company's fiscal year end of September 30, 2003.

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Fri
09
Jul
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Pacific Communications Exclusive Distributor

Clarity Visual Intelligence’s flagship product, the VSSTM visual surveillance system, is an intelligent, software based, highly scalable, security surveillance system. The system can integrate with existing surveillance and IT infrastructure, as well as being installed as a standalone solution, automating surveillance using advanced image analysis techniques to automatically, accurately and dynamically analyse object and people activity from diverse video sources. “We are pleased to be able to enter into this relationship with Clarity Visual Intelligence” said Tony Colicchia, General Manager, Pacific Communications. “The Clarity Visual Intelligence product range further confirms Pacific Communications commitment to supply advanced video surveillance solutions to our customers. Their flagship product, the VSS visual surveillance system, and our exclusive distribution arrangement, will enable us to attain significant business opportunities over the coming financial year”.

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