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Irisity Video Analytics Business and Financials Examined

August 29th, 2022
Security

Mobotix Repositions Video Surveillance Business & Updates Strategy

March 23rd, 2022
Security

The Increasingly Important Role of Body Worn Cameras in Law Enforcement

The use of body worn cameras has been an ongoing topic of discussion in global law enforcement since at least the mid-2000’s. Whilst adoption of the technology has been mixed since then, in this article we examine the market potential and evidence for and against their use. The introduction of body worn cameras is intended […]

Security

There is a Burgeoning Need for AI Video Analytics

Current law enforcement systems are increasingly unable to cope with the sheer volume of surveillance material captured and stored every day that is set to rise dramatically with the population of video cameras increasing by at least 12% per year. Add to this the growing demand from the enterprise business to analyse video streams and […]

Security

Software is Playing a Major Role in the Growth of Physical Security

Software packages across the Physical Security industry are numerous covering many different functions; Many overlapping each other causing confusion for end users and resulting in a fragmented business. There is a need to rationalize this business in order to meet the needs of clients, and fit into the World of the Internet of Things (IoT) […]

Security

Software’s Growing Influence on the Physical Security Business

Software has been a relatively minor contributor to overall growth in the Physical Security industry but its importance has gradually increased over the last 10 years and in the last two it is has become a major driver. The main application of software has been to provide an operating platform for video surveillance and access […]

Security

Record-breaking Cyber Attacks Delivered from Video Surveillance Cameras

Last month, various media outlets started reporting on distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber attacks. These involved a cabal of hacked video surveillance cameras, digital video recorders (DVRs), routers and other Internet of Things devices. These attacks are significant for a variety of reasons, not least their sheer size and scale. One of the most serious attacks […]

Security

2015 Was The Tipping Point For IP Access Control – Memoori Talks To Isonas

For years nothing much changed in the Access Control sector, until fairly recently when we have seen an evolution towards IP. Access Control is becoming a fundamental element of the modern smart building and the connected environment at large. The total world production value of security products at factory gate prices was $27.25 billion in […]

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