|IDIS introduces new direct IP 5MP compact fisheye at ISC West||
IDIS officially launched the new DirectIP Super Fisheye 5MP Compact camera (DC-Y6513RX) in booth #18059 at the ISC West Security exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, the latest in the companyâ€™s popular â€œSuper Fisheyeâ€ range of DirectIP fisheye cameras, well-known for their exceptional dual-side dewarping and Smart UX Controls, allowing for smooth and intuitive panning, tracking, and zooming with award-winning ease and accuracy.
The DC-Y6513RX installer and end-user requests for a more compact 360Â° camera, able to capture high-definition images in all lighting conditions without blind spots, and the ability to benefit from heat mapping without the hassle and cost of additional appliances or analytics software.
|Video Mount Products (VMP) Celebrates 25th Anniversary at 2019 ISC West||
A quarter century in the booksâ€¦and on the wall.
Video Mount Products, a provider of mounting solutions for the security, commercial, residential, and pro audio/video markets, is proud to announce that it is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and will be celebrating and featuring its popular lines during ISC West 2019, held in Las Vegas, Nev. from April 10-12 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, booth #1046.
â€œItâ€™s amazing to think of all the technologies that have come and gone and the up and down economies since 1994,â€ said Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products and a 33-year industry veteran who joined VMP in 1996.
|Securex West Africa 2019; Stand Highlights||
Calling all Securex West Africa 2019 visitors! Tomorrow will mark ONE week exactly until we open our doors for the 9TH edition of the regionâ€™s largest exhibition and conference for Security, Fire and Safety. In anticipation of this, we wanted to give you a summary of this yearâ€™s highlights you wonâ€™t want to miss during your visit.
With more than 2,500 of your colleagues already pre-registered to attend, this year is set to be our most attended edition to date.
|US Homeland Security Chief resigns||
The US Secretary of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, who enforced some of President Donald Trumpâ€™s controversial border policies, has resigned.
President Trump stated that Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan will replace her temporarily.
Ms Nielsen was responsible for the proposed border wall with Mexico and the separation of migrant families.
Her resignation came after the president indicated he wanted to follow a “tougher” immigration policy.
He has often accused Ms Nielsen of not being tough enough.
|Hikvision hosts the second AI Cloud Summit in Hangzhou||
Hikvision successfully hosted the second â€˜Shaping Intelligenceâ€™ AI Cloud Summit at Hangzhou Whitehorse Lake International Exhibition Centre from 29-30 March.
Under the theme of â€˜Data Enrichment with AIâ€™, the summit served as a platform for AI Cloud ecosystem partners to exchange knowledge on leading-edge AI and big data technologies and applications. It comprised a main forum and four sub-forums on the topics of Finance, Commerce, Public Services and Smart Governance for Cities. Over 3,000 participants took part, including Hikvision customers, industry leaders, academic experts and partners.
|Percepto autonomous drone solution assessed in US operational experimentation program||
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|Homeland Security launch new Detroit task force to protect national security||
In an effort to mitigate vulnerabilities within the commerce stream that threaten the nationâ€™s consumers and to protect national security, Homeland Security officials recently launched its Global Trade Task Force (GTTF), a US Immigration and Customs Enforcementâ€™s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)-led multi-agency effort that leverages robust import and export controls and investigative authorities to combat illicit commercial activities. Authorities announced results from a recent task force effort March 11 at Detroitâ€™s Fort Street Cargo Facility.
|IDIS to showcase latest cybersecurity, deep learning and camera innovations at ISC West 2019||
IDIS will celebrate five years at ISC West International Security Exhibition in Las Vegas, April 10-12th, with a comprehensive showcase of the South Korean manufacturerâ€™s IDIS Total Surveillance Solution in booth #18059. Highlights of the companyâ€™s fifth anniversary with ISC West include areas of special emphasis on cybersecurity, deep learning analytics and facial recognition, and solutions for the retail and banking sectors; and a review of IDISâ€™s latest technology releases.
Founded in 1997 by experts in computer science and artificial intelligence, IDIS has grown to become the largest manufacturer of video surveillance technology within South Korea and a leader in industry innovation, anchored by the companyâ€™s flagship DirectIP offeringâ€”a Â true plug-and-play solution that eliminates the complexity of installing and operating networked surveillance systems, and extending through to the modular, feature-rich IDIS Solution Suite software and IDIS latest Deep Learning Engine-powered analytics.
|Ask the expert: Spectral Edge||
Christopher Cytera, Chief Operating Officer at Spectral Edge discusses how to deliver surveillance colour accuracy detail, capable of improving facial, object and action recognition in even the most challenging lighting conditions.
What is Spectral Edgeâ€™s secret of achieving colour accuracy and detail in very low light conditions?
Spectral Edge Fusion achieves colour accuracy thanks to our patented algorithm for image fusion which dynamically weights visual information from visible (RGB) and Near Infrared (NIR) light, pixel-by pixel, before combining the two for best results, all without taking any information away and all in real-time.
|Traka timetables key management at AUCSOâ€™s annual conference||
Traka is attending the annual AUCSO conference to present its latest automated intelligent key and asset management systems to ensure the safety of students, staff and contractors across university campuses.
The Association of University Chief Security Officers (AUCSO) Annual Conference will be held on 2 â€“ 4 April at Aston University in Birmingham to showcase the latest innovations and best practice relating to security management within the universities, colleges and institutions of higher and further education.