SecTech Roadshow 2018
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CCTV

Submitted on July 14, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Bosch’s MIC IP Starlight 7000 HD is a special video surveillance camera that puts huge power into the hands of operators. It’s flexible, easy to drive, has a quality camera and lens, does well against backlight and in low light....
Submitted on July 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Plug and play video surveillance is a kind of digital Holy Grail and an implicit recognition of the fact end-to-end analogue CCTV solutions have certain key advantages for smaller installers, including simplicity of installation, modest hardware outlays and easy operation. ...
Submitted on July 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
We hear a lot about the negative aspects of drone spying but wouldn’t you say professional video surveillance is the killer app when it comes to drone use? What sort of drone would you recommend for security operations on a typical...
Submitted on July 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
University of New South Wales is looking to upgrade its CCTV network and video management software. Recent evaluations by UNSW Security in consultation with staff and students, and external agencies (NSW Police and external consultants) have identified gaps in the...
Submitted on June 14, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Integrator H3C Plus has installed a Bosch IP video surveillance solution at 1 Market Street Sydney for commercial property owner, Investa. The system incorporates a wide range of cameras supported by high-end Cisco network infrastructure.  NUMBER 1 Market Street is a...
Submitted on June 2, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Dahua’s IPC HDBW823EP-Z-SL is a 2MP, Starlight, anti-corrosion dome featuring a 1/1.9-inch 2MP progressive-scan CMOS sensor, 120dB of WDR capability, delivering 60ips at 1080p, a 4.1-16.4mm motorised lens, 50m of IR, IP67 and IK10 rating and H.264 and H.265 compression...
Submitted on May 16, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Sony’s SNC-VB770 is a low light weapon that combines high resolution and stratospheric ISO levels to offer unsupported low light performance that’s superior to any other commercially available CCTV camera on the planet. How does it work in the real...
Submitted on April 28, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
WHEN it comes to GPUs – standard cards work fine with 1080p but with 4K you’ll have some issues with latency unless you plan ahead and ensure your hardware has an appropriate specification.  With 4K GPU RAM is a factor...
Submitted on April 27, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
At SecTech Roadshow Camera Shootout we’ll compare big PTZs, low light and bullet cameras from Hikvision, Dahua, Honeywell, Panasonic, Sony, Bosch, Samsung, Pelco, Axis, Vivotek, Uniview and Mobotix for low light, no light, WDR, IR and long range performance (PTZs...
Submitted on April 19, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
TETHERED CyPhy Works drones were deployed at the Boston Marathon to assist the security team in protecting runners and spectators. The drones remained aloft for the entire race and were used to scan crowds and detect threats. They flew to 130m and their...
Submitted on April 19, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
AUCKLAND Security Cameras installs Mobotix Solution incorporating c25, v25, i25 and D15 cameras for Bolloré Logistics near Auckland Airport. The system is managed by Mobotix MxManagementCentre software, offering full encryption and with all vehicle movements recorded and time-stamped.  A WORLD...
Submitted on April 6, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
VIDEO surveillance coverage is vast and growing – not just in terms of scale but in terms of quality. Despite the improvement, many CCTV systems are static beasts – they record at fixed frame rates with fixed fields of view...
Security & Government Expo 2018
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