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Lenel Access Control Company Profile

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In our 10th access company profile, we examine Lenel OnGuard access control platform: Comparing Lenel to their competition Examining their management and client software Reviewing their product and support costs Covering their hardware and w...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Brivo Access Control Company Profile

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This is our 9th in a series of access control company profiles. In this entry, we cover Brivo. Profile Brivo is a US based access company offering hosted systems, where users subscribe to a monthly cloud service to manage their systems rather th...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Honeywell Pro-Watch Access Control Profile

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Inside we examine Honeywell Pro-Watch access control line: Comparing Honeywell to their competition Examining their management and client software Reviewing their product and support costs Examining their dealer requirements Covering their ...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

RS2 Access Control Company Profile

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Inside we examine RS2 Technologies Access It! line for best customer fit, key features, pricing, and main weaknesses. Profile RS2 is a US access company offering a range of platforms from small systems to enterprise platforms. Regardless of vers...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Honeywell NetAXS Access Control Profile

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Honeywell is one of the biggest names in security, and one of their most popular offerings is web based access. Inside we examine Honeywell's NetAXS platform's target market, pricing, key strengths and biggest gaps for access control. Profile Ho...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Avigilon Access Control Company Profile

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Inside we examine Avigilon Access Control Manager (ACM)'s overall strengths, ideal customer market, pricing, and biggest gaps for access control. Profile Avigilon seeks to build on its strength with ACM. The offering was added to Avigilon's port...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Keyscan Access Control Company Profile

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Access company Keyscan is part of one of the biggest access companies in the world, and they sell a 'one size fits all' access platform.  We examine Keyscan's overall strengths, ideal customer market, pricing, and biggest gaps in this note. Prof...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Axis Daybreak App Tested

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Many users complain about cameras cutting over from day to night too early or too late. On the one hand, you want to have color as long as possible, presuming it is light out. On the other, if you stay too long in color, the video quality can be m...

By Ethan Ace - over 3 years ago

Camera Edge Storage / Recording Tutorial 2015

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~70% of IP cameras allow storing video onboard, at the 'edge', typically through the use of SD cards. The big question is whether and when it makes sense to use edge storage / recording inside the IP camera. In this tutorial, we teach: Edge c...

By John Honovich - about 4 years ago

Directory Default IP Camera Addresses

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Initializing IP cameras can be tedious and frustrating, made worse because manufacturers have no standardization, with some supporting DHCP, some using default IP addresses, and some using both. In this post, we have compiled a list of 14 IP came...

By Derek Ward - over 4 years ago

Bosch 4K Tested

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4K promises more pixels but does it undermine WDR and low light performance? We tested the Axis 4K camera and there were certainly issues. Now, we tested the Bosch 4K camera, the Dinion IP Ultra 8000 against the 4K Axis P1428-E and Arecont 10MP ...

By Ethan Ace - over 4 years ago

Access Interoperability: Going Nowhere

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The dream was simple: access control interoperability.  You know; the ability to change management software on a whim, or mix together different brands of controllers, yet have everything work together.  It is an idea could fundamentally change th...

By Brian Rhodes - over 4 years ago

ONVIF Mega Test 2014

In this groundbreaking report, we share findings of in-depth ONVIF testing. ONVIF Real World Integration We tested 14 camera manufacturers with 5 VMSes, performing 70 total integrations. The camera manufacturers included: ACTi, Avigilon, Axis, ...

By Ethan Ace - over 5 years ago

IPVM Certified Professionals

IPVM certified professionals pass rigorous college level courses in advanced security technologies and concepts, requiring participation in a series of live online classes, discussions, exam and essays. Launched in 2012, over 750 professionals ha...

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Display Your Personal/Company URL When Commenting

Members, now you can display your company or LinkedIn URL when commenting in IPVM discussions or articles. If you want to get in touch with others or highlight what you do, this is a great way to do so. It's simple to setup. Here's how. Go edit y...

By John Honovich - over 6 years ago

H.264 Baseline vs Main Shootout (2012)

While H.264 is often considered a single 'thing', many different 'types' of H.264 exist. These types have performance tradeoffs. For the past few years, most IP camera manufacturers only supported the most basic type - baseline profile. Now, incre...

By John Honovich - over 7 years ago

Training: Using Lens Calculators

In video surveillance applications, lenses generally take a 'back-seat' to their sexier camera counterparts. However, selecting a proper lens for an application helps ensure the highest quality image. Specify a lens too narrow for your application...

By John Honovich - almost 9 years ago

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