SecTech Roadshow 2018
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Analysis

Submitted on June 15, 2008 | Security Electronics and Networks
AT every security show for the past 5 years we’ve been asking ourselves the same question. When will digital and networked video products overcome their analog forbears and dominate the earth? The question was on everybody’s lips at ISC West...
Submitted on April 8, 2008 | Security Electronics and Networks
Current video surveillance technology produces a 2-dimensional image, while a camera with a pair of lenses is able to deliver 3-D images. Although 3-D offers more detail and better depth of field new research into camera lenses could provide something...
Submitted on September 26, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
Given networking’s current level of sophistication it’s hard to imagine just where things are going to go but if consider the fact effective networking only kicked off 5 years ago, and you start to get some sense of perspective. Fact...
Submitted on September 3, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
The game of technology-tag has been an interesting one. Analogue cameras have lasted far longer than many industry pundits predicted. It’s not as if digital cameras haven’t been around a very long time – patent records show they were invented...
Submitted on July 30, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
Just to put this into perspective, Australian business pays about 60 per cent more than U.S. companies do for broadband services but gets 10 times less performance. Big local carrier Telstra might drone on about the tyranny of distance but...
Submitted on July 7, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
What’s obvious from many recent installations – including some of the largest ones – is that end users are now prepared to pay a premium for storage capability that allows them to take advantage of the higher resolution possible over...
Submitted on May 16, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
There’s a widespread belief that the next shift in the digital world will be towards pervasive computing. PCs will no longer drive networks and instead computers will be embedded into a wide range of devices. While there’s been serious talk...
Submitted on May 16, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
Every manufacturer has now, to a greater or lesser extent, hitched elements of its product range to the networked security wagon and with good reason. Unfortunately, this change of direction has not always been mirrored by recognition that many installation...
Submitted on May 2, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
Talking about the training efforts that take place in other countries might seem irrelevant to Australians but it’s the only meaningful way we can establish just how impactful our local industry’s educational efforts are. It’s a painful comparison. Despite the...
Submitted on May 7, 2006 | Security Electronics and Networks
Unimpressed? The purchase has greater resonance when you consider that Cisco is the world leader in Internet-based networking solutions, employs 40,000 staff and last year turned over $US6.6 billion. Other interesting things about Cisco – apart from its reputation as...
Submitted on August 31, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Since it was introduced, the surprise proposal has been strongly supported by ASIAL’s current NSW-based leadership with a vigorous promotional campaign. According to ASIAL committee members, the changes were sprung on the full national board in recent months after being...
Security & Government Expo 2018
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