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Directory of 30+ LPR / ANPR Providers

License Plate Recognition / Automatic Number Plate Recognition are a type of video analytics software that can identify and match license / number plates, without needing a human operator to read or lookup the plate. There are a number of provide...

By IPVM Team - 1 day ago

Bosch Merges Video, Intrusion and Access Businesses

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Bosch is merging their "video systems, intrusion detection, as well as its access control and management software business units to form a single business unit, known as Security". This was announced as a detail of a recent renaming of "Bosch Se...

By John Honovich - 3 days ago

Why 3VR Failed

3VR destroyed transformed ~$65 million in VC funding into a $6.9 million exit. The reason they failed is simple. They bet on analytics. They lost. The reason they bet on analytics is simple too. It is the same reason that Object Video bet on it ...

By John Honovich - 6 days ago

Hanwha Wisenet X 5MP Camera Tested (XNV-8080R)

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Wisenet X is Hanwha's high-end camera line. We tested their Wisenet X 1080p camera last year. Now Hanwha is offering 5MP cameras listing super low light and true WDR. We bought and tested the 5MP XNV-8080R IR dome against the 1080p XNV-6080R to f...

By IPVM Team - 9 days ago

Favorite NVR / VMS Manufacturers 2018

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There is a new integrator favorite VMS. In 2016, 2 VMSes were effectively tied for top choice. One of those VMSes favorability was stable while the other was trending down. Now, in 2018, significant separation has emerged. From 200+ integrator...

By IPVM Team - 10 days ago

Dahua 5MP Starlight Camera Tested (N52BM3Z)

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Is 5MP the new 1080p? According to our recent statistics, average resolution continues to trend upwards. And now, manufacturers releasing new generation 5MP cameras featuring super low light capabilities previously found in 1080p models. In our f...

By John Scanlan - 23 days ago

Shinobi: Moe Is Building His Own VMS

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Building a new VMS may seem to be a thing of a bygone era. But one developer, Moinul "Moe" Alam, is doing just that and he has made his VMS, Shinobi, open source, as he explains in his video: Can it work? Is he too late? We spoke with Moe and ...

By Brian Karas - 24 days ago

Worst NVR / VMS Manufacturers 2018

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These are the manufacturers who integrators reported the most significant problems with. 220+ integrators answered: In the past year, what VMS / NVR system have you had the worst experience with? What happened? A notable shift occurred be...

By IPVM Team - 24 days ago

Hanwha Wave VMS Tested

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Hanwha has released their first open platform VMS, Wisenet Wave, an Network Optix OEM (see test results) enhanced with integrations and optimizations for Hanwha's products. In this report, we examine how Wave performs including: Hanwha camera/...

By Ethan Ace - about 1 month ago

VSaaS Usage Statistics 2018

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VSaaS has been a 'next big thing' for more than a decade. The prospect of managing, storing and streaming video from the cloud rather than on-premise has been anticipated for years. But in 2016, IPVM stats showed less than 1/4th of integrators wer...

By Brian Karas - about 1 month ago

Amazon Deep Learning Partnership With AgentVi

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Amazon is aiming to grow its Kinesis Video Streams offering that "enables you to quickly build computer vision and ML applications" in the cloud. One of their new partners is video analytics developer AgentVi. But what benefit does this provide? ...

By Brian Karas - about 1 month ago

Hikvision Removed From US Army Base, Congressional Hearing Called

Hikvision has been removed from a US Army Base and a US congressional committee is planning a hearing on cybersecurity risks and specifically, Hikvision, reports the WSJ in a follow up to their (WSJ) Investigation Into Hikvision. This is a majo...

By IPVM Team - about 1 month ago

Intel Flaw Impact on VMS / NVRs Examined

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A flaw has been found in Intel processors that exposes protected memory to unauthorized access. The flaw requires fundamental changes to operating system memory handling to correct, which comes at the cost of performance impacts. Several technolo...

By Brian Karas - about 2 months ago

Multicasting Surveillance Tutorial

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Network bandwidth can be a concern for some surveillance systems. While improvements in video codecs, such as smart codecs for H.264 and H.265, have reduced bandwidth needs significantly, large systems still encounter issues with large amounts o...

By IPVM Team - about 2 months ago

Repositionable Multi-Imager Camera Guide

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Multi-imager usage has been growing strongly over the past few years. Now, a new segment of multi-imagers has taken off, with many manufacturers offering repositionable models enabling the user to pan and tilt the cameras to customize the field o...

By IPVM Team - 2 months ago

Axis Network Radar Tested (D2050-VE)

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Axis is expanding into a new market - radar. The company has released their D2050-VE Network Radar Detector, claiming to minimize false alarms, in any weather, day or night. We bought and tested the D2050-VE to see how it performed, testing: ...

By Ethan Ace - 2 months ago

Directory of VSaaS / Cloud Video Surveillance Providers

This directory provides a list of VSaaS / cloud video surveillance providers to help you see and research what options are available. 2018 State of VSaaS Market While overwhelmingly video surveillance is recorded locally / on-site, cloud recor...

By IPVM Team - 2 months ago

D-Link ONVIF Switch Tested

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D-Link's surveillance switches claim to "enhance ease of use and streamline management" for network administrators, with simplified UIs and automatic discovery of ONVIF devices to show what cameras are connected along with key information such as ...

By John Scanlan - 3 months ago

Top Recommended Home Video Surveillance Systems By Integrators

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Friends regularly ask security integrators for their recommendations for video surveillance systems, trying to tap into the expertise of their security integrator friend. But what do integrators actually recommend? Is it: Consumer products lik...

By IPVM Team - 3 months ago

Hikvision Door Station Tested

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Hikvision has entered the video intercom market, aiming to bring the race to the bottom to a whole new audience. To see how it stacks up, we bought and tested their vandal resistant door station, the DS-KB8112-IM, to see how it compared to the Ax...

By Ethan Ace - 3 months ago

Hikvision Vulnerability Permits Wi-Fi Attack

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Hikvision acknowledged a Wi-Fi cyber security vulnerability on November 27, 2017. No special passwords, text strings, or programming knowledge are required. Any attacker within Wi-Fi range of the impacted cameras can exploit this. IPVM spoke with...

By Brian Karas - 3 months ago

Camera Multi-Streaming Usage

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IP cameras typically support multiple streams, allowing a single camera to transmit multiple streams at different resolutions, frame rates and even codecs. The most common use case for multi-streaming is for display purposes. For example, a clien...

By IPVM Team - 3 months ago

Law Breaking Longse Enters USA

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Longse has established itself as world class, at least in spamming the industry, ripping off Milestone and Video Insight as well as Hikvision. But they have always done so safely hidden away in China. Now, they have entered the USA:   In thi...

By Brian Karas - 3 months ago

Panasonic Unified Surveillance Strategy Analyzed

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Panasonic is now a "Unified Surveillance" offering, as their ASIS 2017 booth proclaimed: Looking to make a comeback in the security industry, Panasonic is positioning themselves as a "technology solutions provider". IPVM spoke to Panasonic exe...

By Brian Karas - 3 months ago

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