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Is video surveillance making a comeback?

August 4, 2021Paul Ragusa

It seems like all we have been talking about these days is access control. Sure, thermal and infrared technology continues to be a hot topic during the pandemic, but for many end users, it was, and still is in some respects, more about deciding if that even is the best technology to solve the problem. And, more importantly, if it is, finding the right company among a sea of companies trying to cash in on the thermal camera space.  Today, though, it is more about creating an...

network video surveillance, thermal cameras, Video Surveillance

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Hanwha's top five video surveillance trends for 2020

December 20, 2019SSN Staff

TEANECK, N.J.—Hanwha Techwin, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions announced its top five key trend predictions for the security industry in 2020. “Advancement in technologies such as AI, IoT and cloud will support new use cases in conjunction with existing devices and solutions to meet customers' needs in various verticals, expanding the horizon of our industry,” Soonhong Ahn, president and CEO, Hanwha Techwin said in the announcement. “However,...

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud, Cybersecurity, Hannah, Hanwha Techwin, network video surveillance, privacy, Video Surveillance

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Canon to buy VMS provider Milestone Systems

June 13, 2014Martha Entwistle

Updated June 16, 2014 with an information from an interview with Jacco Leurs of Canon EuropaLONDON—Camera manufacturer Canon announced today that it will acquire VMS provider Milestone Systems. Terms of the deal were not announced.“A significant player in network video surveillance was created today,” Karl Erik Traberg, head of corporate communications for Milestone, told Security Systems News.Mark Wilson, technical assistant to the CEO of Milestone, added, “Canon has 200,000...

Canon, IHS Technology, Jon Cropley, Karl Erik Traberg, Mark Wilson, Milestone Systems, network video surveillance, Security Systems News (SSN), VMS

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