Houston Integrator Leverages Popularity of IP to Grow Hardwired Surveillance Business

By Advertorial · February 16, 2017 • Not ready to settle for finicky wireless IP solutions, iEvolve Technology finds a formula for success with Lux surveillance cameras.

IC Realtime Unveils Latest High-Tech Surveillance Technology… Balloons

By Jason Knott · February 15, 2017 • IC Realtime's Persistent Low Altitude Surveillance System (PLAS) is a camera tethered to a balloon system to capture wide area CCTV surveillance images over large crowds and natural disasters from up to 450 feet high and transmit them wirelessly in real time.

Nest App Simplifies New England Integrator’s World

By Advertorial · November 30, 2016 • The simplicity of a single Nest app to control and receive alerts from thermostats, surveillance cameras and smoke detectors is the ideal solution for Rhode Island integrator Flint AV.

CEDIA Tease: Attend IC Realtime’s CEDIA VR Presentation, Enter to Win ALLie Camera

By CE Pro Editors · September 12, 2016 • IC Realtime (booth #6014) will be demonstrating its newest 360-degree camera, the ALLieHome at CEDIA 2016 and giving away one of the $500 ALLie virtual reality cameras every day.

L.A. Integrator Uses Robust Nest App to Target Power Users of Technology

By Advertorial · September 2, 2016 • BCG Concepts in Van Nuys, Calif., has more than tripled revenues in two years by focusing on young, successful, tech-savvy clientele who are drawn to the name recognition and powerful UI of Nest.

Creating a ‘Home Invasion’ Kit for Clients

By Bruce Czerwinski · August 19, 2016 • CE pros can package smart door locks, intercom, surveillance cameras and intrusion systems together as a solid 'home invasion' package for customers.

Nest Adds $199 Outdoor Surveillance Camera, Redesigns App

By Jason Knott · July 15, 2016 • In addition to debuting its new $199 weatherproof Nest Cam Outdoor with a 130-degree field of view, Nest announces new 'Person Alert' feature and new app for all its products.

Is It OK to Install Surveillance Cameras in Strip Club Dressing Room?

By Jason Knott · May 4, 2016 • As long as the cameras are not covert (and a contract is in place), it is OK for integrators to install surveillance cameras in a strip club dressing room and in every room in an 80-year-old doctor's 'bachelor pad.'

Nortek Launches IP Video Surveillance Line Under 2GIG Brand

By Jason Knott · March 23, 2016 • 2GIG unveils a POE mini-dome security camera with nightvision capability, along with an indoor Wi-Fi camera and NVR with mobile app interface control targeted at integrators.

System Integrator Essentials for Networked Cameras to Enhance Clarity in Surveillance

By CE Pro Editors · March 11, 2016 • Security dealers and systems integrators need not be scared off by IP-addressable devices and systems as the basics of standard video surveillance remain relevant. Find out how to deliver these in-demand capabilities to your customers.

California City Asks Homeowners to Register Outdoor Surveillance Cameras

By Jason Knott · February 24, 2016 • City of Manhattan Beach wants any homeowner with a residential surveillance camera to register it with the police department so law enforcement can make requests for footage if nearby crimes should occur.

CEDIA Scoop: SnapAV’s New Luma Surveillance Line with OvrC Blends Best of DIY & Pro

By Julie Jacobson · September 21, 2015 • SnapAV launches new IP and HD-analog surveillance line called Luma, with rich home automation integration and OvrC-enabled for remote system monitoring and management. Customer UI is DIY-simple, while dealer dashboard helps integrators manage all projects.

Troubleshooting Video Surveillance Systems

By CE Pro Editors · June 30, 2015 • When you find a security surveillance issue, these are the first questions that should enter your mind as you isolate the problem, tackle the cabling, consider IP equipment and secure the network.

Metra Goes from Home Theater to Video Surveillance with Spyclops

By CE Pro Editors · April 6, 2015 • At ISC 2015, Metra Home Theater will be pushing its new line of Spyclops Security Surveillance Systems, including cameras and DVRs.

#TBT: 5 Worst Tech Predictions

By Jason Knott · November 20, 2014 • In this week's Throwback Thursday, go back to 2011 and look at some of the worst predictions ever made about the custom market.

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