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Submitted on July 18, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
Ocularis-X allows web and mobile clients to access live and playback HD video streams at 30 frames per second (fps) from multiple megapixel cameras over limited bandwidth networks such as 3G/4G, broadband and the Internet. Ocularis-X enables users to perform...
Submitted on July 18, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
The clustered approach in Chicago differs from the way cameras are used in many cities, says Shah, who studies legal and policy implications of communication technologies. "The idea championed by former mayor Richard Daley of placing a camera on every...
Submitted on July 18, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
The growing switch to GSM is something Aussie installers must keep uppermost in their minds as the PSTN network is turned off and dialler becomes obsolete.  Since the technology’s release, alarm owners have the ability to manage a security system...
Submitted on July 18, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
"We've surpassed the computational potential of this system relative to classical computers by something like 10 to the power of 80, which is 80 orders of magnitude, a really enormous number," the University of Sydney's Dr Michael Biercuk says. "Quantum...
Submitted on June 27, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
"The integration of IR LEDs in our new camera models provides an affordable and attractive offering, fulfilling the market's demand for a discreet all-in-one, day and night indoor surveillance solution" says Wai King Wong, country manager, South Pacific, Axis Communications. ...
Submitted on June 13, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
SkillsTech Australia’s teacher of security technology John Fenech said the donation from the largest locksmithing company in Australia cements a strong industry partnership. “API Locksmiths were the original supporters of our locksmithing pre-apprentice scheme at the Eagle Farm Training Centre...
Submitted on June 13, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
THERE’s a bunch of new stuff coming at Security 2012 covering all areas of electronic security with plenty to see in key areas like surveillance cameras, access control solutions, video and security management platforms, alarm systems and comms solutions.  First...
Submitted on May 30, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
“Lan 1 is a great partner for our entry into the Australian market,” says Stuart Broome, CEO of Sub 10 Systems.  “They understand the market from the point of view of both the operator and the customer, and bring business...
Submitted on May 9, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
The Iris Exchange (IREX) III report is the first public and independent comparison of commercially available algorithms that use iris recognition for the challenging task of finding an individual match within a large database of potential identities. Previous published studies...
Submitted on May 7, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
Atlanta-based Uplink, a provider of wireless alarm communication products, and Springfield, Mo.-based DMP, a security and fire alarm product manufacturer, introduced their 4G communicators in March at ISC West but both companies said they will continue to sell their current...
Submitted on May 6, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
Interlogix has reached an agreement with Advanced Security Developments (ASD) to partner with the Interlogix team for the ongoing development of the Challenger portfolio. “Many of you may be familiar with ASD Managing Director, Dean Reilly who has a long...
Submitted on May 6, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
Partners receive additional support to set them apart from competitors, increase sales opportunities and become more profitable. The program ensures that company requirements can be better served in terms of cost-efficient and high-performance security and access control solutions.    The...
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