Surveillance

Calving and Camping: Reviewers Share 15 Real-Life Applications for Wire-free Arlo Go Cam

By Julie Jacobson · November 7, 2018 • Arlo Go customers use the wire-free, battery-powered cameras to monitor calving, inverter battery levels, construction sites, weather and other conditions that require remote surveillance where Wi-Fi won't go.

Hands On: Telguard’s Arlo Go Mobile Camera Goes Anywhere, Provides Dealer RMR

By Julie Jacobson · August 30, 2018 • Selling Telguard's Arlo Go all-wireless cameras is one of the few ways home-technology integrators can earn recurring revenue (RMR) on cellular service without selling back-up cellular for security systems.

Bosch-Backed AnyVision Adds AI to Surveillance, but Pixelates Faces for Privacy

By Security Sales & Integration · July 25, 2018 • In June, Bosch acquired a 9% stake in Israel-based AnyVision, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI)-based person- and object-recognition technology.

Cameras that ‘See’ Obnoxiously Loud Noises + Other Geeky Stuff from CEDIA Tech Council

By Andrew Nichols · June 27, 2018 • CEDIA Tech Council podcast ponders the location-based VR, Apple's new software updates, acoustical cameras that 'see' the noise and other emerging technologies.

Thorny Legalities of Video Surveillance in MDU Applications

By Jason Knott · June 20, 2018 • Supplying surveillance video for ‘lawful purposes’ of apprehending suspects is OK., but there are numerous complex legalities for which dealers need protection.

Hikvision, Dahua Targeted as U.S. Seeks to Ban Chinese Surveillance Cameras

By Rodney Bosch · June 1, 2018 • Hikvision and Dahua, two major surveillance-systems suppliers, could be nixed from any U.S. government projects if the Senate approves House bill to ban Chinese-manufactured surveillance and communications systems on security grounds.

I-View Now’s Free Police Portal Could Expedite Response with Video Verification

By CE Pro Editors · May 23, 2018 • Free to law enforcement, I-View Now’s Police Alarm Portal for video verification could lead to faster and safer response to alarms by emergency responders.

Elan + 2Gig + Integrated NVR Makes Unique Security, Surveillance, Home Automation Combo

By Julie Jacobson · April 20, 2018 • At ISC West 2018, Nortek Security & Control (NSC) demonstrated new Elan IP cameras and NVRs, integrated with Elan home automation system and 2Gig security - a first in the home-control category.

Who ‘Owns’ Doorbell Camera Surveillance Video? (and 4 Other Legal Questions)

By Jason Knott · March 28, 2018 • With the proliferation of front door camera systems such as Ring, Nest Hello, and others, the liability and ownership rights to the images is coming to the forefront.

ISC West 2018 Preview: 10 Trends in Security, Home Automation, IoT

By Julie Jacobson · March 28, 2018 • Smarter video surveillance, neighborhood-oriented services, and machine learning are some of the alarm and home-automation trends to to expect at ISC West.

August Now Provides 24 Hours of Free Video Storage with Doorbell Cams

By CE Pro Editors · March 14, 2018 • Acquired by Assa Abbloy last year, August now offers 24 hours of free video storage for doorbell cams, which previously carried a fee for saving any amount of surveillance footage.

Understanding the ONVIF IP-Camera and Access Control ‘Standard’

By Bob Dolph · February 2, 2018 • As with many smart-home and building-control "standards," not all ONVIF-compliant IP cameras, NVRs and other surveillance products are interoperable. Make sure to understand the multiple device profiles.

Security Industry Worries about Net Neutrality Repeal

By Rodney Bosch · December 22, 2017 • AT&T, Comcast and other ISPs own security and surveillance businesses. Will they favor their own businesses when it comes to bandwidth allocation?

5 Levels of Security: How to Take Customers from Basic to Advanced

By Advertorial · November 17, 2017 • Consumers might walk in the door requesting a basic alarm system or a couple of cameras, but integrators can move them into a more advanced solution by using this simple '5 Levels of Security' cheat sheet.

Trump Signs PASS Act Exempting Security Systems from DoE Energy Restrictions

By Jason Knott · November 15, 2017 • President Trump signed the Power and Security Systems (PASS) Act that exempts security systems from having to abide by DoE's 'no-load' energy restrictions.

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