New York, NY (PRWEB) June 10, 2008
IP Video Tutorials launches today at IpVideoMarket.info enabling security managers, integrators and manufacturers to easily find key educational material in a single directory. Readers can choose from dozens of tutorials on IP cameras, NVRs, DVRs, megapixel cameras, video analytics and many more.
IP Video Tutorials aggregates the best tutorials on the web and provides its own uniquely created content. Many of the best educational materials are buried in dozens of different websites. IpVideoMarket.info has found, reviewed, organized and described the benefits of using each one. Moreover, IpVideoMarket.info has written a dozen new tutorials to ensure the very best material is available.
The breadth and number of tutorials shall continue to grow. Industry leaders can submit new tutorials for inclusion in the directory. Additionally, IpVideoMarket.info shall continue to release new tutorials in response to user requests and new technology developments.
"Providing good educational material is critical to a strong industry and good decision making," stated John Honovich, founder of IP Video Market Info. "We are committed to giving back to the community and ensuring that unbiased, relevant and timely educational material is available to all of us for free and without any restriction."
A sample tutorial on "Should I Use IP Cameras?" is attached. The use of IP cameras is a critical element in today's decision making process and an excellent example of the importance of timely tutorials. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of using IP cameras is critical to the IP Video Community.
IpvideoMarket.info provides a single source for information on Video Surveillance and CCTV news and analysis. Automatically aggregating and organizing news from across the web, IpVideoMarket.info ensures that readers never miss important information and can easily stay informed.
IpVideoMarket.info monitors over 50 companies including 3VR, ArecontVision, Avigilon, Axis, Cisco, Dedicated Micros, DvTel, Exacq, Firetide, FluidMesh, Immervision, Intellivid, Intransa, IoImage, Mobotix, ObjectVideo, Pelco, Pivot3 and Vidsys.