01/26/2011 - OnSSI of Pearl River, New York, announced the integration of its Ocularis video management platform with the intelligent video surveillance cameras from SightLogix of Princeton, New Jersey, for perimeter security applications.
01/26/2011 - The iBR9000 is a new iButton reader designed and manufactured by Videx of Corvallis, Oregon. Made in the United States, the small, lightweight reader can be used in any application that requires tracking of who visited a checkpoint and when.
12/21/2010 - OLAM Development Group, LLC, of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, offers the MSV 1010 Mobility Surveillance Video System, which distributes high-speed communication of streaming live video and DVR recording. The lightweight one-channel unit is recommended for law enforcement and private security practitioners who might need to transmit video from a crime scene or accident.
11/29/2010 - The MOBOTIX T24 IP video Door Station has a hemispheric camera with a complete panoramic view, so it captures video of people even if they don’t stand directly in front of the camera. Made by Mobotix AG of Langmeil, Germany, the station includes integrated image-correction software to adjust the video for viewing.
10/21/2010 - IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland, has introduced a new retail staff information system that works with the company’s IP video surveillance system. Shop Alert is an integration module that can connect access control, intruder detection, building management, and electronic point-of-sale systems.
07/27/2010 - The Iscon Game ChangeIR from Iscon Video Imaging, LLC, of Woburn, Massachusetts, detects objects hidden under clothing for use in retail establishments and corporations. The hand-held unit uses the Thermal-Boosted Infrared Detection System that shows only objects under clothing without use of harmful radiation.