AVC in the News - June, 2017

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A Relaxing Hotel Experience

Layered Approach
Security Today

The security department has long held responsibility for the physical protection of assets, infrastructure and people. The operation and protection of electronic data systems has been the responsibility of the IT department. Today, we increasingly see the blurring of these lines with the movement of surveillance, access control, life safety and other physical security systems onto IP-based network technology... Read More

The Best Security Technology Innovations of 2016

Tim Compston gets in the frame on video surveillance camera trends
Security News Desk

Guest Features Writer at Security News Desk, Tim Compston discusses with Arecont Vision, IHS Markit, IndigoVision, Axis Communications, Vectra Networks, F-Secure, Tyco and NetVu, the latest developments in video surveillance technology. He finds out what is making waves in the world of video surveillance cameras, from the race for more pixels to the cybersecurity... Read More

Arecont Vision Project Registration Program Offers Liberal Discounts For Project Registration
Source Security
Project registration programs are a benefit manufacturers provide to systems integrators and security dealers who are bidding on an upcoming installation project. In effect, the integrator registers a project he or she is bidding on with a manufacturer, which offers pricing discounts to that integrator for that specific project... Read More

The Increasing Popularity of Video Kits
The concept of video kits is not a new one. For many years retailers such as Sam’s Club and Costco have sold prepackaged systems; but these kits generally feature more inexpensive, lower-end cameras with lower resolution than professionally installed systems. There is little variation in types of technology available in these systems, which are mainly targeted to the residential and small business DIY markets... Read More

Arecont Vision Megapixel Cameras Prove to be a Valuable Asset in the Banking Environment
Security Solutions Today
The new security surveillance system at Absa Bank was installed by AV Enforce Electronics (AVEE) of South Africa. The system employs Arecont Vision's 2.0 and 3.0 Megapixel Cameras positioned behind teller stations to closely monitor transactions between bank employees and clients... Read More

Arecont Vision SNAPstream Bandwidth Reduction Technology supports multiple new and existing megapixel cameras
Security News Desk
Arecont Vision has announced the expanded availability of SNAPstream™ (Smart Noise Adaptation and Processing) technology for 140 of the company’s megapixel camera models. SNAPstream promises to greatly reduce camera bandwidth requirements without impacting image quality, delivering new benefits to its customers, the company said... Read More

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