Camera Corner
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Video surveillance systems are becoming more intelligent every day.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Innovation in the technology sector is rapid and often unpredictable, which makes it difficult for government regulation to keep up.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Biometrics is the technical analysis of a person’s unique physical features.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
One of the greatest benefits of using network cameras is the ability to monitor their health and troubleshoot issues remotely.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have become an icon of the future. The possibilities of what drones could do are endless.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
For end users with multiple locations, managing surveillance systems is complicated.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning for video has opened the door to new possibilities where computers can analyze both live and recorded video to produce surprisingly accurate data.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Over the last year, we have seen innovations in the surveillance space create more accurate analytics, higher resolution cameras, and better video compression.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Video surveillance has become a critical component of any security system. However, the best security systems do not rely on any single product to provide a complete solution. Video surveillance is often most effective when paired with other devices or technology to expand a systems capability beyond the video. Motion detectors and alarm contacts are all popular devices to integrate into video surveillance systems but new technology is constantly emerging.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
There has been a lot of hype around video analytics, and it is certainly hitting its stride.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Video surveillance is inherently controversial.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
The video surveillance industry has enjoyed fast growth and revolutionary new technology over the last decade.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Video surveillance has gone through an enormous transformation over the last decade.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Lighting is arguably the greatest challenge for any surveillance camera.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
With competition in the video surveillance constantly heating up and projects often being awarded to those who offer the best price, many integrators are struggling to squeeze out the margin they need to survive.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Maintaining a video surveillance system is no different that maintaining any other network infrastructure.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
With SP&T turning 20 this year, it is amazing to look back and see how much the industry has evolved since the first issue was published.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Multi-imagers and analytics have been a hot trend for the past year, but both technologies have been around for several years.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Cyber security was never a concern with traditional analogue CCTV systems.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
It seems like every time a new camera is released we are bombarded with a list of new and improved features that manufacturers proudly present as game changing.
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