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Arcules' Forensic Video Search part of cloud video subscriptions

January 17, 2023SSN Staff

IRVINE, Calif. – Arcules has announced that its newly released Forensic Video Search will be included as a standard feature for its cloud video subscription service at no extra cost. Forensic Video Search (FVS) is a powerful AI-enabled cloud video enhancement that empowers users to manage and analyze large amounts of data generated from video and IoT devices seamlessly. With it, they can identify the video data and events with the most impact on their business. FVS identifies people and...

AI-enabled, Andreas Pettersson, Arcules, cloud video, cloud video enhancement, Forensic Video Search (FVS), IoT devices, video surveillance


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Genetec predicts 2023 physical security industry trends

December 14, 2022SSN Staff

MONTREAL – Security company Genetec has shared its predictions for the physical security industry for the upcoming year of 2023. The Genetec 2022 State of Physical Security Report found that half of respondents said their physical security team experienced challenges relating to human resources in 2022. Genetec says that in 2023 security leaders are re-evaluating their available technology to see if they can streamline tasks and processes to improve efficiency. They cite video surveillance,...

access control, automatic license plate recognition, Cybersecurity, Genetec, Genetec 2022 State of Physical Security Report, physical security, Security, video surveillance


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Nice/Nortek Control launch line of linear surveillance cameras at ISC West

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Nice/Nortek Control launch line of linear surveillance cameras at ISC West

March 23, 2022SSN Staff

CARLSBAD, Calif.—Nice/Nortek Control is set to showcase their brand-new smart and AI powered intelligent Linear Surveillance Cameras and Network Video Recorders (NVR) at ISC West 2022. This multi-family cameras and NVRs are designed to seamlessly integrate with Linear Access Control and Telephone Entry systems. Surveillance camera lines are powered by IntelliVision Video Analytics to provide actionable insights using AI and deep learning-based video analytics on the edge. The NVRs communicate...

ISC West, Nice/Nortek Control, video surveillance


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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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Axis unveils access control solution, outlines 2021 goals during press breakfast

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Axis unveils access control solution, outlines 2021 goals during press breakfast

April 15, 2021Cory Harris, Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—Axis Communications, a manufacturer of network cameras for the physical security and video surveillance industries, announced the release of two new camera products, while also remaining optimistic about 2021 goals during its 14th Annual Axis Press Breakfast on April 14. Dr. Martin Gren, Axis Communications Co-Founder, and Fredrik Nilsson, Vice President of the Americas for Axis, hosted the breakfast, held virtually for the second straight year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Camera...

access control, Axis Communications, Fredrik Nilsson, Martin Gren, video surveillance


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An eye on video surveillance trends

January 6, 2021Cory Harris, Editor

As we embark on a new year, we have a tendency to take a look at trends to follow over the next few months. In the security industry, a number of video surveillance trends to look for in 2021 were recently released in a report by Eagle Eye Networks. The rise of cloud One of the trends that the report outlined is that there is more of a customer demand for cloud video security. The report states, “The shift to the benefits of cloud in the video surveillance space is powerful and undeniable,...

Cloud, Eagle Eye Networks, video surveillance


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Camera craze continues amid COVID

August 5, 2020Ginger Hill

With all the negativity that the COVID-19 pandemic has bred, I find it encouraging and refreshing to see all the positive movement within the industry when it comes to the video surveillance camera market. As you probably heard, Motorola Solutions acquired Pelco, Inc. for $110 million in cash (not a bad chunk of change there!), and ADT and Google partnered to dominate the smart home market, so there’s almost an endless number of video camera applications here as more consumers are...

IDC, intelligent IP video surveillance, IP video surveillance, mobile video surveillance, 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,...

AI, artificial intelligence, Cloud, Cybersecurity, Hannah, Hanwha Techwin, network video surveillance, privacy, video surveillance


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Arcules appoints chief revenue officer

October 28, 2019SSN Staff

IRVINE, Calif.—Arcules, innovators in integrated video and access control cloud services, added Nigel Waterton as chief revenue officer. Waterton has led sales and operations teams for more that 22 years, building and managing large, high-growth technology organizations.As a 10-year veteran of Aronson Security Group (ASG), where Waterton served as senior vice president of corporate strategy and development, he led a cross-disciplinary team within the company as well as with ASG's strategic...

Andreas Pettersson, Arcules, Cloud, cloud video surveillance, cloud-based video surveillance, nigel waterton, video surveillance


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The debate continues: do video doorbells invade privacy?

September 18, 2019Ginger Hill

As a security journalist, I hate to admit that I'm a bit torn on the whole privacy vs. security of video doorbells and whether it's unethical or not. I mean, I should take a stand, right? Either I support video doorbells or I don't but, I really do see both sides of this hot debate. Here's an example: My mom lives alone and is a very spry 73-year-old who is quite capable of looking through the peephole of her door to see who's knocking on it. However, should someone cover her...

privacy, video doorbell, video surveillance


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