Camera Corner
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.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
The last major change in CCTV storage technology was when recording moved from VCRs to NVRs with hard drive disks, but now new storage techniques are fighting for market share.
Written by Colin Bodbyl
Fluctuating devices are one of the most frustrating issues to troubleshoot on a network.
Written by Gadi Piran
The focus of video surveillance has long been on crime deterrence and post-event investigation, documentation and potential prosecution.