Examining New Products From ISC West 2009by John Honovich, IPVM posted on Apr 10, 2009 About John Contact John
This premium report examines the value and potential impact of 12 new products announced at ISC West. If you are looking for the next new thing or trying to determine how video surveillance is changing, this report will help. It's a compliment to our earlier report on 17 video surveillance products submitted for the ISC West awards.
The products covered (with links to product's public announcement) are:
- IP camera standards announcements
- OnSSI 'ingredient OEM' of Milestone
- ExacqVision low-cost embedded hybrid DVR appliance
- ioimage remote monitoring solution
- Firetide new 400 Mb/s wireless mesh
- Sony's upcoming 720p PoE PTZ
- Texas Instruments 1080p H.264 DSP
- Grandstream's H.264 IP cameras and encoders
- Vivotek releases 2MP MPEG-4 camera
- Oncam Global /Grandeye product strategy shift
- Genetec's Technology Partner Program
- VideoIQ expanded video management functionality
- Lenel OEMing OnSSI
- Brivo managed video offering
- Low Cost Wireless Mesh Node from Qorvus for Mobotix M-Series Cameras
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