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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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LenelS2 and FLIR Systems announce strategic collaboration

August 3, 2020SSN Staff

PITTSFORD, N.Y.—LenelS2 and FLIR Systems signed an agreement to integrate select FLIR thermal cameras with LenelS2’s OnGuard access control system. The integrated, non-contact solutions joins the Carrier Healthy Buildings Program suite of offerings to support reopening and assistance in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and possibly other viruses in the workplace through thermal screening. “As organizations implement site-specific screening protocols, integrating access control systems with...

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March Networks’ new compliance solution

June 12, 2020SSN Staff

OTTAWA, Ontario—March Networks’ Health Compliance Solution helps enterprise businesses manage new health and safety compliance regulations in the COVID-19 era. It features a suite of new features that empower banks, retailers, restaurants, schools and other businesses monitor and measure occupancy in real time, rapidly detect individuals who may pose a potentials risk and ensure compliance with new cleaning and sanitization procedures.  “COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges and...

Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, March Networks, Peter Strom, thermal cameras

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Eagle Eye Networks cloud VMS enhanced to support elevated body temperature measurement using thermal cameras

April 17, 2020SSN Staff

AUSTIN, Texas—Eagle Eye Networks announced enhancements to the Eagle Eye Cloud Video Management System for full support of dual spectrum cameras used in elevated temperature detection. Interest in the use of dual spectrum cameras with integrated analytics for locating faces and measuring temperature has greatly increased amongst Eagle Eye Resellers as they look for tools to reduce the spread of Corona19. Eagle Eye Networks said it wants to do anything it can to assist with the current situation...

Coronavirus, COVID-19, Dean Drako, Eagle Eye Networks (EEN), elevated body temp measurement, thermal cameras, Video Management System (VMS)

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DVTEL releases thermal camera

February 3, 2014SSN Staff

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—IP video surveillance solutions provider DVTEL has released its ioimage Thermal line of intelligent thermal cameras, the first offered by the company, according to a Feb. 3 news release. Relying on an infrared detector, the camera and associated video analytics software are designed for low- and no-light environments and offer advanced analytics customers can use to reduce false alarms, according to the statement. “The ioimage Thermal camera line introduces a new...

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OV signs licensing agreement with FLIR

January 8, 2014Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—Video analytics provider ObjectVideo today signed its 17th licensing agreement, this time with thermal camera provider FLIR, Raul Fernandez, OV CEO, told Security Systems News. “It's a global agreement, for the whole portfolio of patents that we have,” Fernandez said. “It covers the intelligent thermal cameras for traditional security; it also covers [analytics used in cameras] in the traffic monitoring cameras that became part of the FLIR portfolio through its...

Flir, licensing agreement, OV, Raul Fernandez, thermal cameras

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Axis products secure utilities substation, deterring thieves

December 2, 2013SSN Staff

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.—This city has installed Axis thermal and pan/tilt/zoom cameras to secure a utilities substation, Axis announced Nov. 26. The system has already alerted police of four incidents at one substation, according to the release. Security systems save the city $6,000 per copper theft, and help to protect staff and intruders from electrocution, the release says. City Utilities installed Axis Q1921-E thermal network cameras and P5532-E PTZ dome network cameras along substation perimeters,...

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Thermal cameras move into commercial use, in some instances

November 26, 2013Kenneth Z. Chutchian

Andy Teich, CEO of FLIR Communications, likes to compare the evolution of thermal camera technology to GPS systems. Slowly but surely, the application of thermal cameras has followed the history of GPS, from a military genesis to dual use, before expanding to the commercial market and commoditization.“Thermal cameras go into the same phases, but slower than GPS,” said Teich, whose Oregon-based company pioneered the cameras' dual-use application back in the 1960s.Security industry integrators...

Andy Teich, Axis Communications, daniel ferm, erik mikkelson, federal signal corp., flir communications, infrared, lucit online security, matt lackrone, net watch, nirmal chudgar, thermal cameras

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