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Fever Tablet Thermal Sensors Examined (Melexis)

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Fever tablet suppliers heavily rely on the accuracy and specs of medical-grade sensors, from Melexis and others, to elevate their tablet marketing and support their use. We spoke with Melexis and in this report, examine: Who is...

By Sean Patton - 8 months ago

Six Flags' FDA Violating Outdoor Dahua Fever Cameras

As Six Flags scrambled to reopen parks amid plummeting revenues caused by the pandemic, it deployed Dahua fever cameras outdoors that violate FDA guidelines, creating a false sense of security and increasing risk to guests. Despite that, Six...

By Charles Rollet - 8 months ago

Augmented Reality (AR) Cameras From Hikvision and Dahua Examined

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Hikvision, Dahua, and other China companies are marketing augmented reality (AR) cameras. But what do they mean by 'augmented reality'? Augmented reality is a growing offering but what impact will it have on video surveillance? In this...

By Isabella Cheng - 8 months ago

Clorox Announces, Then Pulls, Fever Camera

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For almost one week, Clorox was marketing fever cameras. The booming market has attracted more than 200 entrants in just months. However, the 100+-year-old bleach and cleaning provider was arguably the biggest name yet to become a fever camera...

By Zach Segal - 8 months ago

Avigilon Announces 10K / 61MP H5 Pro Camera

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Avigilon announced its 10K / 61MP H5 Pro camera at the 2020 IPVM Fall New Product Show, more than doubling its previous highest resolution camera. In this report, we share: 30-minute video with IPVM Q&A and transcript Product...

By Sean Patton - 8 months ago

SimpliSafe Business Security Launched Examined

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SimpliSafe has launched "SimpliSafe Business Security" that the company claims "meets the unique needs of both single and multi-unit business owners". But what is really unique about what SimpliSafe is doing here? We spoke with SimpliSafe and...

By Joey Walter - 9 months ago

Dangerous Hikvision Fever Screening Marketing In Africa

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A multi-national African Hikvision distributor is marketing dangerously incorrect Hikvision fever camera setups. This adds to the long list of poor Hikvision fever camera deployments, from Scottish nursing homes to an Alabama school district...

By Charles Rollet - 9 months ago

Infinova, March Networks and Swann H1 2020 Financials Examined

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While Dahua and Hikvision, helped by fever camera sales, are recovering from COVID-19 shocks, Infinova, is still experiencing significant decreases in sales and profits. However, Infinova's results are mixed. The US/China video surveillance...

By Isabella Cheng - 10 months ago

InVid Flaunts Violating FDA Guidelines

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InVid Tech is showcasing an open violation of FDA fever screening guidelines by touting "simultaneous detection of fevers" despite explicit FDA instructions to "measure only one" person at a time. InVid Tech stood by this open violation,...

By Charles Rollet - 10 months ago

Hikvision Buys Baltics' Largest Distributor (BK Group)

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While Hikvision faces global scrutiny over its connections to the PRC government, the world's largest security camera manufacturer bought the Baltic region's largest distributor, BK Group. Inside this note, we examine the details of the...

By Robert Wren Gordon - 10 months ago

The Future of H.266 For Video Surveillance Examined

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First H.264, now H.265, is H.266 next? H.266 was recently announced amid fanfare but how well does it work and how soon will H.266 make an impact in video surveillance? In this note, IPVM examines: How H.266 differs from H.265 Patent...

By Zach Segal - 10 months ago

Sunell is The First China Manufacturer to Market NDAA Compliance

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Most China manufacturers are going to be impacted by the NDAA 'Blacklist Clause' going into effect on August 13, 2020, as it covers not only Dahua and Hikvision but devices using Huawei Hisilicon chips. Now, one China manufacturer, Sunell, most...

By Isabella Cheng - 11 months ago

This YouTuber is Now Selling ThermoHealth Temperature Screening

An enterprising 20-year old is mass marketing medical devices on Facebook and Instagram, selling the K3 (tested here) at a ~600% markup. Inside this post, we examine who he is, how he told IPVM he "wakes up at 5 am and works until midnight",...

By Joey Walter - 11 months ago

The Kiosk Market Pivots To Temperature Screening (Interviewed)

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Video surveillance is not the only market that has pivoted to medical device sales (admitted or not). Kiosk suppliers, hard hit by COVID-19, have also joined this emerging segment. Inside this note, based on an interview with Craig Keefner,...

By Isabella Cheng - 11 months ago

2020 Mid Year Video Surveillance Industry Guide

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The first half of 2020 has been shocking, for the world generally, and for the video surveillance industry, with temperature screening / fever cameras becoming the industry's hottest segment. Now, we release the 595-page Mid-Year Guide...

By IPVM Team - 11 months ago

Hikvision Illicitly Uses Back To The Future In Marketing

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NBCUniversal told IPVM that Hikvision UK's ongoing coronavirus marketing campaign using NBCUniversal's assets was not allowed. Hikvision mass deleted the marketing after IPVM inquired with the company. Inside this note, we examine what...

By Conor Healy and John Honovich - 12 months ago

Dahua USA Admits Thermal Solutions "Qualify As Medical Devices"

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Dahua USA has issued a press release admitting a controversial point in the industry but an obvious one to the US FDA, that the thermal temperature screening systems they are selling indeed 'qualify as medical devices'. Inside this note, we...

By John Honovich and Charles Rollet - 12 months ago

UK Government Says Fever Cameras "Unsuitable"

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The UK government's medical device regulator, MHRA, told IPVM that fever-seeking thermal cameras are "unsuitable for this purpose" and recommends "caution" buying such products, saying they are "unlikely" to be compliant with UK medical device...

By Charles Rollet - 12 months ago

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