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On Line Sales of VMS for Mac/iPhone

VideoNext has launched a separate brand of VMS software/iPhone, called CAVU [link no longer available], targeted at the pro-sumer market. The marketing differs significantly from VideoNext who primarily targets the enterprise/government market. T...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Ranks Among Top Selling VMS Providers

Aimetis announced their ranking in IMS's analysis of open platform network video management software for the Americas. They are in 7th. If you have never heard of Aimetis, this may be impressive. However, being 7th in a single category in a single...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

ipConfigure's Video Management Offerings Examined

Since announcing their selection as the US Post's Office choice for their next-generation video management system, interest in ipConfigure has increased significantly. Adding to that, this week ipConfigure announced major expansions to their platf...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Recommendations for Surveillance Startups / Investors

While there are many startups in video surveillance, many of them have under-achieved, especially the most prominent, VC backed companies in the market. Indeed, this has caused VentureBeat to symbolize the security startup market as a sinking ship...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Axis STS/AVHS Hosted Video (Secure-i)

Axis' hosted video offering, formerly called STS, now called AVHS, is a key contender in the future of video surveillance.  Hosted video offers simpler and more accessible video surveillance solutions. It also has the potential to re-align the pow...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

IP Camera 2009 Mid Year Review

Megapixel was the most dominant trend in IP cameras over the first half of 2009. So dominant was megapixel, that not only did most manufacturers release new megapixel cameras but a new non-IP megapixel standard was proposed. Not surprisingly, indu...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

VMS / NVR / DVR 2009 Mid-Year Market Review

Over the first half of 2009, improvements in deployment simplicity was the strongest theme for video management systems. While few to no groundbreaking features were introduced, more than a dozen manufacturers took steps to reduce the complexity o...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Lack of VMS Standards

One of the most common end user questions is: How do you watch video from multiple DVR/VMS systems in a singular interface? The options are poor, the issue is problematic and it's not being addressed by IP camera standards. See our debate on VMS s...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing StarDot's 5MP Camera (SD500BN)

While not well known in the security market, StarDot is one of a few manufacturers providing 5MP cameras. Though StarDot has been producing megapixel cameras for the tourism, construction and entertainment markets for years, they only recently ent...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Arecont Vision's AV3105 H.264 Camera

Arecont Vision's H.264 megapixel product line has drawn an immense amount of interest. At the beginning of 2008, Arecont was the first surveillance company to announce H.264 multi-megapixel and is currently the only manufacturer offering H.264 meg...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

BriefCam's Surveillance Search Technology Examined

BriefCam aims to simplify video surveillance search. They generate intelligent video synopses that enables investigators to watch the key events of hours of video in a fraction of the time. Below is a short introductory demo of BriefCam's technol...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Examining Cisco's Small Business Video Surveillance

Cisco is making a major push into the small business market. As part of this, Cisco is increasing both their product offerings and marketing of video surveillance products. Cisco's success (or lack thereof) in the enterprise video surveillance ma...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

VMS Service Fees

VMS vendors and integrators are both looking for new services to offer (recurring revenue, etc.) VideoInsight released a series of interesting documents describing their offering including: Live monitoring starting at $25 per camera per month [...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Vivotek IP7161 - 2MP MPEG-4 Camera

Vivotek's new 2MP camera (the IP7161) expands low-cost product options in multi-megapixel cameras. The IP7161's specification include support for MPEG-4 (but not H.264) and has a maximum frame rate of 10fps at 1600 x 1200. The test results show t...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Testing Axis Camera Station - VMS Software

Axis is much better known for its IP cameras than its VMS software. Nonetheless, their VMS, Camera Station, is quite interesting because of the relative sophistication of the product, Axis' market size and speculations about the future of Camera S...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Examining New Products From ISC West 2009

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 ...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Surveillance Camera Demo Directory (IP, MP, CCTV)

This directory collects and presents webcasts from leading IP and Megapixel surveillance cameras. The goal is to help professionals to more easily understand the various product offerings on the market. Included are webcasts from Axis, Pelco, IQi...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Should You Use Video Encoders?

Many people want to go IP but 95% of deployed cameras are analog. Encoders are the most common solution but is that the best approach?  What are Encoders? Encoders are appliances that convert analog video feeds to digital so that the video can b...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Examining Pelco Sarix Megapixel Cameras

While Pelco is the largest analog camera supplier, its existing IP offering have been limited and sales modest. In an effort to close that gap, Sarix is Pelco's new IP camera line that focuses on H.264 megapixel video surveillance. Pelco pre-annou...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

How to Win Deals with Megapixel Cameras

Megapixel cameras are the key to fast growth and high profits in the face of the recession. If you are in the video surveillance business, it is imperative that you focus on selling megapixel solutions. While it is common knowledge that megapixel ...

By John Honovich - almost 12 years ago

Axis on Network Camera Trends

This report summarizes a presentation made by Axis GM Fredrik Nilsson on the progress and future of IP cameras (presented at the Milestone Partners Conference). As the market leader in IP cameras, knowing Axis' outlook is important to analyzing in...

By John Honovich - almost 12 years ago

2009 Megapixel Camera Comparison Released

This 20 page report helps you decide amongst the leading megapixel camera products in the market. If you are evaluating megapixel cameras or moving to IP, this report will help you understand the best product for your needs. [Update: The 2010 meg...

By John Honovich - almost 12 years ago

Reviewing Axis VMS - "Camera Station"

While Axis is best known for its cameras, it does provide NVR software (with limited functionalities). Axis recently released a new version of this software, version 3.0, of its "Camera Station." Some may be surprised that Axis even offers NVR so...

By John Honovich - over 12 years ago

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