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VideoEdge NVR from JCI first to earn UL cyber certification

April 4, 2018Paul Ragusa, Editor

MILWAUKEE—Johnson Controls announced recently that its VideoEdge network video recording platform from American Dynamics is the first product to be officially certified as meeting the highest level of third party cybersecurity standards from Underwriters Laboratories for Life Safety and Security, UL2900-2-3.“It's never been more crucial for the market to recognize the importance of cybersecurity as a core component of product design and development,” William Brown, senior engineering...

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American Dynamics releases new IP cameras

December 11, 2013SSN Staff

WESTFORD, Mass.—American Dynamics, a division of Tyco's Security Products unit, has introduced its Illustra Flex Series IP cameras, according to a Dec. 10 news release. The high-definition 1MP and 3MP cameras perform well in low-light conditions and provide a cost-effective camera option, the release said. The cameras include motion detection features and are compatible with VideoEdge VMS and exacqVision VMS. The whole portfolio is ONVIF-compliant, the company said. “Balancing the requirements...

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Tsourides: Matrix to bring video to customers

August 14, 2013Martha Entwistle

MIAMISBURG, Ohio—Ninety days into her tenure as CEO of access control provider Matrix, Holly Tsourides†is working to expand the company's video business and refine its go-to-market strategy.Matrix is in the process of choosing an enterprise VMS partner “to integrate with and customize, and put the Frontier [Matrix's access control software line] name on it and provide that as an offering to our clients Ö in early 2014,” Tsourides told Security Systems News.This was not the plan...

access control, American Dynamics, Holly Tsourides, Jeremy Krinitt, Matrix, physical security, Software House, SSN, VMS


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Tyco Security Products secures hospital

April 26, 2013SSN Staff

WESTFORD, Mass.—Tyco Security Products announced this week that Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH), based in New Haven, Conn., has chosen an integrated security solution from the company's Software House and American Dynamics brands, according to a Tyco statement. The solution will secure YNHH's 1,500-bed flagship teaching hospital and various other sites as part of its parent organization, Yale New Haven Health System. By selecting Software House's C-Cure 9000 security and event management system...

American Dynamics, Johnson Controls, Software House, Tyco Security Products, Yale-New Haven Hospital


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ObjectVideo, Aimetis enter licensing agreement

February 27, 2013SSN Staff

RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo, a provider of intelligent video software, has signed a global, portfolio-wide patent license agreement with Aimetis, a video management systems provider based in Waterloo, Ontario according to a company statement. “Aimetis is a leader in tightly integrating video analytics into an easy-to-use video management solutions,” Raul Fernandez, chairman of ObjectVideo, said in the statement. “We are pleased to have them join the growing number of IP camera...

Aimetis, American Dynamics, Bosch Security Systems, Intellivision, ObjectVideo, Panasonic, Pelco by Schneider Electric, Raul Fernandez, Sony, VIVOTEK


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American Dynamics launches security mobile app

January 23, 2013SSN Staff

WESTFORD, Mass.—American Dynamics, a security products business unit of Tyco, has introduced the VideoEdge Go mobile application for use with VideoEdge NVR, according to a company statement. The app, which provides remote monitoring and forensic capabilities from any location, is compatible with iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPod Touch. By using the app, security personnel can receive the latest information as a critical situation unfolds and promptly respond to an...

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OV, Vivotek reach agreement

July 16, 2012Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—Video analytics provider Object Video announced in June that it has signed a patent licensing agreement with Vivotek. Meanwhile, its patent battle with major video surveillance providers Samsung and Bosch will continue, with an International Trade Commission trial scheduled to begin this week.Earlier this year, OV announced that it had signed similar licensing agreements with Sony and Tyco's American Dynamics.OV CEO Raul Fernandez said Vivotek's decision to do a portfolio-wide agreement...

American Dynamics, Bosch, Object Video, Pelco, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Security Systems News, Sony, Tyco, VIVOTEK


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ObjectVideo makes headway with licensing

February 27, 2012Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo made progress in February with its licensing efforts. The video analytics provider announced that it has settled a lawsuit against Sony and signed licensing agreements with both Sony and Tyco's American Dynamics.OV in April of last year filed suit against Sony, Samsung and Bosch for alleged patent infringement. And, in June, it filed a complaint against the same companies with the International Trade Commission. That complaint seeks to bar Bosch, Samsung and Sony from...

American Dynamics, Bosch, CEO Raul Fernandez, ObjectVideo, Samsung, Sony, Tyco Security Products, Warren Brown


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Object Video signs licensing agreement

February 1, 2012Martha Entwistle

There was an update today in video analytics provider Object Video's patent licensing efforts. OV announced today that it has signed a global patent licensing agreement with Tyco Security Products' American Dynamics business division. You'll recall that at ISC West last year, OV announced in April that it was suing Sony, Samsung and Bosch for alleged patent infringement And, in June, it filed a complaint with the against the same companies with the International Trade Commission. That complaint seeks...

American Dynamics, Bosch, CEO Raul Fernandez, Object Video, Samsung, Sony, Tyco Security Products, Warren Brown


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