360 Degree Video Capture: AXIS Q6000-E

Economies of scale in the video surveillance sector, coupled with increased processing power, has resulted in the growth of 360 degree surveillance devices. While the majority of modern 360 degree cameras should only be used for general scene surveillance, the AXIS Q6000-E can be...

People Counting: Optex VC1020

For those designing and installing smartsystems, business intelligence represents added value. By delivering real-time data that a user can exploit to increase efficiencies within the business, the overall value of the solution is increased, and provides features that can be...

Implementing Recipes: Texecom Connect

Smart buildings are increasingly in demand, and the delivery of reliable and robust control has become an essential part of any bespoke innovative solution. By basing control on an established and robust graded security platform, Texecom Connect can bypass many of the resilience...

Video Management: XProtect Corporate

The growth in deployments of VMS solutions for video surveillance and security management has been significant in recent years, and for good reason. Many VMS providers take an open platform approach, ensuring that third party devices can be supported. This enables ‘best of breed’...

Access Control: Paxton Net2

In recent years, modular access control solutions have enabled an ever wider range of applications to enjoy the benefits of the technology. By adding doors as and when needed, networked solutions have brought advanced control of people and premises to the mainstream market, and...

System Automation: Texecom Connect

Of all the security disciplines, intruder alarm is the technology most often claimed to represent a grudge purchase, especially when considering its use in residential applications. With many consumers looking towards smart home systems which include security elements, intruder...
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