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Submitted on January 27, 2021 | John Adams
Hikvision’s DS-K1T341A (available in AM or AMF versions) Series Face Recognition Terminal offers typical Hikvision quality build with good hand feel and a sleek finish all over, and a solid working temperature range, backed up with an IP65 rating against...
Submitted on January 27, 2021 | John Adams
Security research from Parks Associates finds COVID-19 is a key factor driving households with security monitoring to upgrade their security system with smart home functionalities. According to research, 41 per cent of monitored households with professional monitoring plan to upgrade...
Submitted on January 27, 2021 | John Adams
What are the basic perimeter protection technologies worth consideration on higher security sites – not video analytics or thermal cameras? How challenging is perimeter protection from the point of view of difficulties these technologies will face? Perimeter protection is demanding...
Submitted on January 27, 2021 | John Adams
WHEN word of a new price point of $5 per month for monitoring began to seep out of the U.S. recently, it was hard not to see the shift in contextual terms – the universality of devices, increasingly global internet...
Submitted on January 27, 2021 | John Adams
Amazon has taken aim at the traditional alarm monitoring market, releasing a $US4.99 monthly fee for its Alexa Guard Plus service. The Alexa Guard Plus subscription applies to the Alexa Guard and gives users hands-free access to an emergency helpline,...
Submitted on January 26, 2021 | John Adams
FLIR Elara DX is a multispectral PTZ camera that combines a DX thermal sensor with 640 x 480 resolution and a 12-degree fixed lens (36mm focal length) with a 4K visible light sensor supported by a powerful 31x optical zoom....
Submitted on January 23, 2021 | John Adams
Hall Effect Meter or traditional DMM, what’s best for an electronic security installer in SEN’s opinion? A: Both have their strengths – probably the greatest strength of the Hall Effect meter is that you don’t need to break conduits to...
Submitted on January 22, 2021 | John Adams
Australian Facial Recognition vendors Vix Vizion, owners of the Imagus software solution, have responded to user feedback by re-designing the front end of their flagship platform. Following the on-boarding of significant numbers of licensed pubs and clubs in South Australia,...
Submitted on January 21, 2021 | John Adams
Department of Defence – DSRG reports that the scope of works of this project involves upgrades to the current CCTV system to provide coverage over airside and select critical landslide establishments. RAAF Base Richmond is a Royal Australian Air Force...
Submitted on January 21, 2021 | John Adams
The partnership will allow Convergint Technologies’ customers to activate Dragonfruit AI’s solution on top of existing CCTV systems to gather business intelligence. “This past year, we saw a dramatic acceleration of digital transformation themes, allowing us to experience the versatility...
Submitted on January 21, 2021 | John Adams
North Queensland Bulk Ports is seeking proposals for CCTV & security upgrades at the Port of Weipa. The Port of Weipa handles more than 30 million tonnes of bauxite annually. Rio Tinto’s operations at the port include major onshore bauxite...
Submitted on January 21, 2021 | John Adams
Bosch has introduced the AUTODOME IP starlight 5100i with enhanced image quality and built-in Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help operators react before a potential situation occurs. Designed for outdoor surveillance applications when light levels vary, the AUTODOME IP starlight 5100i...
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