Many retailers don’t consider security beyond their interior, providing an ideal opportunity for security integrators to upsell exterior monitoring.
Advanced access control systems that tie into automation and other integrated subsystems can streamline and enhance functionalities for end users.
CI takes a look at the latest news in the industry: SnapAV adds video analytics to its surveillance solutions through its acquisition of Visualint, Black Box and Oregon Systems converge, QSC CEO Joe Pham is elected to the 2017 InfoComm Board of Directors, and much more.
SnapAV adds video analytics to CCTV/surveillance cameras and NVRs through its acquisition of Visualint, an up-and-coming provider of surveillance products featuring video analytics for enhanced security.
Systems like climate control, access control, lighting, video surveillance, aspects of electrical infrastructure and more can pose significant cybersecurity threats to an institution’s network.
The I-Sniper line of products have been improved with greater levels of light gathering to enable the products to remain in color mode for a longer length of time.
Genetec’s Mission Control system, demonstrated at ASIS 2016, provides security professionals situational intelligence, system visualization and incident management, helping to simplify operators’ tasks and decision-making processes.
Equipped with a CineMassive visualization system featuring four high-resolution video walls and several auxiliary displays, the Miami Gardens Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center allows officials to monitor and stop crime quickly and efficiently.
Elite Interactive Solutions of Los Angeles receives the first certificate of compliance to UL 827B and UL 82.
SIA Government Summit highlights how integrators are working with municipalities, such as the city of Santa Ana, to tie together video surveillance systems to help reduce crime and attract new residents.
Discover why mass notification makes sense for commercial integrators as a way to expand existing projects and secure new clients. Chuck Wilson, executive director of the National Systems Contractors Association, expects the industry to grow to $6 billion. Find out how you can turn this growth into new revenue for your company.
Learn how to facilitate better project planning and management across the entire project lifecycle to control costs and maintain positive relationships with clients.