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ONVIF 2-way audio support available with exacqVISION VMS

December 17, 2019SSN Staff

MILWAUKEE—Johnson Controls introduces exacqVISION VMS 19.12 that provides enhanced security and communication with new ONVIF 2-way audio support and offers more camera license deployment flexibility for Enterprise Manager customers. Exacq's ONVIF camera integration supports the ability to talk and listen through IP cameras equipped with audio I/O. This new feature is perfect for businesses who utilize entryway cameras to authorize visitors as operators can hear what a visitor is saying and...

ExacqVision, IP camera, IP cameras, Johnson Controls


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On The Editor's Desk

Parks looks at IP camera sales, DIY's impact

September 19, 2018Paul Ragusa, Editor

An estimated 7.7 million standalone and all-in-one networked/IP cameras will be sold in the U.S. in 2018, with $889 million in revenues, according to research from Parks Associates entitled Smart Product Market Assessment: Networked Cameras. “Networked cameras have experienced a positive growth rate over the last year—2018 is expected to witness a roughly 11 percent increase in unit sales from the year prior,” Dina Abdelrazik, research analyst, Parks Associates, told Security Systems...

Dina Abdelrazik, DIY, IP cameras, Parks Associates


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Commercial

Universal Protection Security Systems leads with IP

September 24, 2014Martha Entwistle

SANTA ANA, Calif.— Universal Protection Security Systems, the integration arm of guarding giant Universal Protection, leads with IP video surveillance solutions “90 percent of the time,” according to UPSS's Bob Hinton.Hinton, who is director of corporate accounts for the Southeast region of UPSS, said IP cameras are spec'd most of the time and even if they're not, the price of IP cameras has come down so much “it's really not worth looking at analog anymore.”UPSS was...

Axis Communications Gold Partner, Bob Hinton, IP cameras, Universal Protection, Universal Protection Security Systems


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Commercial

Non-compete complete: TycoIS woos small business

September 24, 2014Martha Entwistle

BOCA RATON, Fla.—When TycoIS's non-compete agreement with ADT expires next week, the integrator is poised to expand its small business footprint with the launch of a new HD IP camera line that's bundled with a security assessment, a mobile app and flexible financing options.“The price point, quality and remote access are key [components] of the offering,” Mark Bomber, TycoIS director of commercial marketing, told Security Systems News.TycoIS and ADT split into two separately traded...

ADT, ASIS, Holis, IP cameras, Mark Bomber, non-compete agreement, Security Systems News Special Report, small business security, TycoIS


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Suppliers

Scallop Imaging is back

June 17, 2014Martha Entwistle

BOSTON—Scallop Imaging, a camera manufacturer that introduced its “distributed imaging” technology in 2009, has new ownership and management who plan to make Scallop Imaging a well known name in security.New CEO Olaf Krohg has hired Steve Gorski, who was most recently GM Americas for Mobotix, to head up sales and marketing. Krohg, working with investors he declined to name, purchased the assets of Scallop Imaging from Tenebraex, an optical technology company, about a year ago....

IP cameras, Mobotix, Olaf Krohg, physical security, Scallop Imagine, SSN, Statue of Liberty, Steve Gorski


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Suppliers

Vicon and IQinVision merge, form $56m business

March 31, 2014Martha Entwistle

EDGEWOOD, N.Y., and SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif.—On the eve of ISC West, publicly traded Vicon and privately held IQinVision announced a plan to merge, creating a $56 million company.Vicon is a provider of VMS software, NVRs, and other devices based in Edgewood, N.Y. IQinVision manufactures IQeye HD megapixel IP cameras, and is based in San Juan Capistrano, Calif.“IQinVision's core technology is megapixel video and that's complementary to what Vicon sells in the solutions market,”...

IP cameras, IQinVision, NVR, physical security, SSN, Vicon, VMS


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Who's in charge? Study shows 91 percent of IT departments do video surveillance

March 19, 2014Martha Entwistle

CHELMSFORD, Mass.—Who's in charge of video surveillance purchase and operations at corporations? Increasingly, that's the domain of the IT department, according to a study commissioned by network video provider Axis Communications.The results, released March 19, show the IT department “manages or supports” video surveillance deployments in 91 percent of the surveyed organizations currently using video surveillance technology.The survey, completed by Enterprise Strategy Group in...

Axis Communications, IP cameras, IT departments, James Marcella, physical security, SSN, video surveillance


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General News

IP video surveillance, VSaaS market worth $18b by 2020

February 19, 2014Leif Kothe

PORTLAND, Ore.—The combined North American market for IP video surveillance and video-surveillance-as-a-service is forecast to expand dramatically in the near-term, rising from $2.4 billion in 2013 to more than $18 billion by 2020, according to a report from Allied Market Research, based here.By the end of the forecast period, the market for VSaaS will be the highest revenue-generating segment of the global IP video market, worth a projected $57.3 billion, according to Sathya Durga, who coauthored...

Allied Market Research, IP cameras, IP video surveillance, physical security, SSN, VMS, VSaaS


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IP video surveillance, VSaaS market worth $18b by 2020

February 11, 2014Leif Kothe

PORTLAND, Ore.—The combined North American market for IP video surveillance and video-surveillance-as-a-service is forecast to expand dramatically in the near-term, rising from $2.4 billion in 2013 to more than $18 billion by 2020, according to a report from Allied Market Research, based here.By the end of the forecast period, the market for VSaaS will be the highest revenue-generating segment of the global IP video market, worth a projected $57.3 billion, according to Sathya Durga, who coauthored...

Allied Market Research, IP cameras, IP video surveillance, LAX, physical security, SSN, VMS, VSaaS


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Commercial

What integrators large and small need to know about APTs

February 3, 2014Martha Entwistle

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—An outdoor IP camera may not be the easiest or most obvious entry point for a global cyber gang trying to hack into a corporation, but it could certainly could be—and systems integrators, security directors and manufacturers all have a role to play in ensuring that physical security systems are not vulnerable to hacks, according to experts who spoke at TechSec Solutions on Jan. 29.Jeremy Brecher, VP technology, electronic security, Diebold, moderated an educational...

Adam Williams, Advanced persistent threat, Anthony Flower, Chris Peckham, Diebold, IP cameras, Jeremy Brecher, Kratos, physical security, security integrators


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