Australian security integrator PMT Security Systems, headquartered in Tullamarine, Victoria, was faced with a difficult problem for one of its customers — a large shopping center undergoing major renovation and refurbishment of everything from décor to video surveillance systems.
Arecont Vision announced an expansion of its Technology Partner Program by adding BriefCam, the video synopsis company. BriefCam’s video analytics offering is available in the Arecont Vision MegaLab as part of the partnership in support of mutual customers.
Qognify expanded the integration of Bosch network video security cameras and Qognify’s Situator and VisionHub. This solution creates centralized management for the entire platform with direct integration of Bosch cameras to Situator (Situation Management/PSIM) and VisionHub (video management system).
According to a study by TMR Research, a provider of customized market research and consulting services to business entities, rising awareness of safety and security is resulting in greater demand for video surveillance systems across the world.
The New York Department of Environmental Conservation will use two drones this weekend to provide real-time video of traffic and monitor traffic and parking conditions at the New York State Fair in Geddes, N.Y.
According to a new research report Perimeter Security Market, published by MarketsandMarkets, the market is expected to grow from $110.64 billion in 2017 to $196.60 billion by 2022, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2 percent between 2017 and 2022.
Demand for security cameras is projected to increase 7.2 percent annually through 2021 to $2.8 billion, according to Video Surveillance Equipment Market in the U.S., a new study from Cleveland-based industry research firm Freedonia.
According to a report by Jon Cropley, principal analyst for video surveillance at IHS Markit, the world market for professional video surveillance equipment grew by 3.9 percent in 2016. While this is a higher rate of growth than in 2015 (1.9 percent), it is still low by historical standards, IHS reported.
Gone are the days when cybersecurity was someone else’s problem. With savvy and tenacious hackers who can use almost anything connected to a network to access systems, and evolving and seemingly implacable threats, just where does the security industry stand on the cyber preparedness spectrum? Read more stories in September Issue 2017.