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University of Illinois adds more Scallop cameras

April 10, 2015Spencer Ives

BOSTON—Steve Gorski, Scallop Imaging chief sales officer, called the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign “a very loyal customer” that has increased the number of Scallop cameras over the past three years.“Today they have over 150 of our cameras installed,” Gorski told Security Systems News.Scallop Imaging, based here, specializes in providing clear, 180-degree video through connecting images from multiple sensors for better situational awareness. Read more about...

Scallop Imaging, Steve Gorski, University of Illinois

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10 named industry's Women of the Year

April 8, 2015Amy Canfield

A diverse group of women, including high-placed executives and end users, are the recipients of the 2015 Women of the Year Awards from the Women's Security Council. Each was chosen from wide range of nominees, ranked on industry and work experience, volunteer roles within the industry and their communities and their reputation within the industry, according to a prepared statement from WSC. “These impressive women � strive to make an impact not only in the field of security, but...

Lloyd Security, Micro Key Solutions, Northland Control Systems, Scallop Imaging, ScanSource Security, Security Systems News (SSN), Women in Security

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Creating the perfect image

January 28, 2015Martha Entwistle

BOSTON—She's been creating imaging systems for more than 25 years, but Scallop Imaging CTO Ellen Cargill says doing this kind of work in the security field is different.Security video “needs to run flawlessly 24-7. The reliability [requirement in security] is very different from other fields,” Cargill told Security Systems News.“In security, imaging is information, and you want to maximize the information contained in the images,” she said. “That is different.”“You...

Ellen Cargill, Olaf Krohg, Scallop Imaging, Security Systems News (SSN), Women in Security Technology

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