Sparkling success for Hikvision CCTV solution Thought to produce around 90 percent of the world’s jade and gems, Myanmar is particularly famous for its ruby, jade, and sapphire stones. The colour and quality of the country’s gems have made them popular around the world and they fetch record-breaking prices at international auctions. Some of the…Read More
Meyertech Limited, as sub-contractor to Scottish Communications, has delivered its largest ever Scottish project following the award of a contract by the Grampian Police Authority to replace its ageing CCTV system. Meyertech’s ability to unify legacy equipment from different manufacturers was a key factor in the award of the contract to Scottish Communications. The project…Read More
Many people know that England has the most intensive CCTV system in the world. In the security world, at this point, it’s fairly common knowledge. In fact, it is estimated that there is one camera for every 32 people in the UK. However, what is not commonly known is that the London Borough of Hammersmith…Read More
Users of CCTV now have a powerful new way of hunting crime at their disposal with the announcement that Meyertech and 360 Vision have successfully completed ONVIF interoperability testing between Meyertech’s FUSION-Core-Solar VMS and 360 Vision’s HD Predator camera range. The partnership brings together the UK’s leading VMS provider and the UK’s leading manufacturer of…Read More
KBC Networks is preparing to unveil is revolutionary new new wireless HT series from their S1-614c stand at Intersec 2014 in January. Guaranteed to generate simplicity and reliability with better performance than ever, the HT range has been proven to provide a throughput in excess of 230Mbps across a wireless link and each unit features a…Read More
VIVOTEK has unveiled its new miniature H.264 1-CH video server VS8100. Thanks to its compact size and power sharing feature the VS8100 is an optimal solution for front-end installations and discreet surveillance applications, including offices, banks, homes, retail stores, and city surveillance, enabling migration from an analog to digital surveillance system.
There has been an increase in demand for high resolution image quality as a result of the evolution of network technology, and IP cameras are the driving force behind the transformation of the security market. While the IP camera market is already expanding, the transition from analog will take time, especially with regards the existence of currently-installed legacy systems. VIVOTEK’s video servers act as a reliable, user-friendly facilitator for the transition from CCTV to IP-Based Surveillance. Through VIVOTEK’s video servers, data received from analog camera can be encoded by VIVOTEK’s self developed advanced codec system and broadcast via an IP network for monitoring and recording.Read More