By Jason Knott · November 21, 2017 • When installing surveillance systems in low-light applications, security integrators must consider processing power, lens selection, IR-illumination technologies, camera positioning and other key factors.
By Julie Jacobson · August 22, 2017 • Cybersecurity at core of CommandScape, a building-management and home-automation manufacturer launched by Netscape founder Jim Clark, and run by former ADT exec. Don Boerema. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
By Robert Archer · June 16, 2017 • IC Realtime leads the way for the sixth year straight. Lilin and Vivotek fall out of the top five, with Alarm.com and Hikvision taking their places. Check out the complete list in our 2017 Brand Analysis.
By Bob Grossman · April 14, 2017 • Bullet, dome, covert, outdoor, varifocal and night vision are just some of the common types of surveillance cameras. Here's a quick reference list.
By Mike Simon · August 23, 2016 • New sales tool from Connect One allows security integrators to let customers 'test out' systems from Axis, Bosch, Exacq, Barix, DMP and ELK Products before they actually purchase it.
By Lisa Montgomery · August 21, 2016 • Home of the Year Gold Winner for Unique Space. From Savant control to LED lighting, every piece of technology in this renovated barn was chosen for its low energy consumption. The goal was to use technology ... to get away from it.
By Lisa Montgomery · August 21, 2016 • Home of the Year Gold Winner for Smart Home over $150,000. Multiscreen sports viewing, snow melting system and 96 window shades prep 8,000-square-foot mountain home for family retreats with a touch of a button.
By Robert Archer · June 13, 2016 • Survey of CE Pro 100 top home technology integrators reveals the most-specified brands in these security and surveillance categories as part of our annual Brand Analysis.
By Rodney Bosch · June 3, 2016 • Popular IP camera manufacturer Axis acquires 2N, leading provider of IP-enabled intercom and access control systems.
By Robert Archer · November 30, 2015 • Axis has announced its Q11941-E Thermal Network Camera will be available during the fourth quarter, and its MSRP varies from $2,799 to $5,299 depending on the lens.
By Julie Jacobson · June 22, 2015 • CCTV is following the trends and technologies of broadcast and consumer video, from robotics to HDR imaging to H.265 video compression. Here are examples of IP cameras and surveillance technology from the recent IFSEC 2015, Europe’s leading fire and security expo.
By CE Pro Editors · February 10, 2015 • Board of directors for Axis Communications, the marketshare leader in network IP video surveillance cameras and related devices, unanimously supports offer from Canon.
By Robert Archer · June 2, 2014 • IC Realtime, SnapAV lead the way in the most used IP cameras and surveillance brands.