All In CCTV
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.
Jason Knott · February 15, 2017
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.
Jason Knott · November 30, 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.
CE Pro Editors · September 12, 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.
Jason Knott · September 02, 2016
CE pros can package smart door locks, intercom, surveillance cameras and intrusion systems together as a solid ‘home invasion’ package for customers.
CE Pro Editors · August 19, 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.
Jason Knott · July 15, 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.’
Jason Knott · May 04, 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.
Jason Knott · March 23, 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.
CE Pro Editors · March 11, 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.
Jason Knott · February 24, 2016