Like most businesses, those in the security industry have a need to increase revenue. For integrators, dealers, installers and manufacturers willing to think outside the box, a world of new access control opportunities is available.
Access control now encompasses more than a card reader wired to a fixed point on the wall. Complementary developments have expanded the usefulness of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), happily at a time when costs are decreasing.
Today, the security departments deploy more and more surveillance cameras to watch the broader area closely 24 hours, 7 days a week. IP technology enables to build the open, reliable and scalable surveillance system. While the video data is increasing, a person can watch a limited amount of video data. It is common knowledge that persons lose their concentration in a short time and suspicious movements on the screen are frequently overlooked. Intelligent Video works 24 hours a day without stopping and improves the accuracy and effectiveness of surveillance.
As the global market leader in video surveillance, Hikvision continually strives for enhancement of our products through application of the latest technologies. Our specialized H.264+ Advanced Video Coding (AVC) optimizes compression beyond the current H.264 standard. H.264+ is used in our Value Plus and Smart IP families of products. Download our whitepaper to learn more.
Considering all the reports of hacks and breaches, you might get the feeling that data protection measures are not all they should be. More than ever before the product you select to protect your home and business is of utmost importance. The increasing availability of mobile access to home and commercial security systems via apps has escalated concerns. But based on the technology used in DMP systems and their record for maintaining solid data security, it is clear there is someone you can trust.
This white paper will provide an overview of the regulations expected to face substation managers in the next two years, how those regulations will impact the makeup of substation security, and the types of technology investments utilities should consider when designing security solutions to comply.