Night lessons - Lighting for network cameras

Network camera experts – Axis, and CCTV lighting specialists – Raytec, held a series of test nights throughout the dark winter months of 2011 and 2012. The test nights were designed to help all security professionals tackle some of the most common practical issues when using lighting in conjunction with network cameras to achieve high performance CCTV images at night.

Risk vs Reward

Cost effectively protecting your business from the risk of crime. Risk can be defined as a calculation under conditions of uncertainty as to whether a loss, damage or harm to oneself or another will occur.

Sony White Paper: Analogue to IP Migration Strategy

This year, for the first time ever sales of HD/network cameras overtook the sales of analogue cameras. By 2014 we expect to see networked surveillance seriously out performing analogue camera sales.

Thinking outside the box

By John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi In the past the Access Control industry was a relatively straightforward one. Vendors supplied access control systems to installers who in turn organised and fitted solutions which were primarily concerned with securing doorways and controlling the flow of people traffic to restricted parts of the premises.

Recognising Your Power in Every Situation

Every business owner encounters situations where they feel powerless, overwhelmed, or simply confused; whether it is an unpleasant interaction with a team member, bad sales numbers, or looking at the possibility of having to shut down the business.

Insurance Industry faces ongoing challenge from Technology Claims

Whether you love it, hate it, embrace or avoid it, the computer chip and digital technology enter our lives every day. Home, workplace, or the great outdoors technology is all around us.

Top 10 Advantages of IP Surveillance over CCTV

The Surveillance Market globally has 'tipped' from traditional CCTV to IP cameras. β€œIn the last year, for new projects in the US and Europe, it has become clear that IP camera sales are outpacing analogue sales. Among enterprise projects, IP's predominance is almost shocking with more than 75% of new projects going with IP.”
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