New York, NY (PRWEB) September 23, 2008
Today, IP Video Market Info releases a special report analyzing the use of CCTV / video surveillance at the Marriott bombings. The report examines new video surveillance technologies that could be used to enhance security operations.
The report explores the use of megapixel cameras, IP video surveillance software and video analytics, assessing what technologies would have the most significant impact.
"Making the right decisions on new technologies can be difficult but quite valuable," states John Honovich, founder of IP Video Market Info. "This is especially critical in specifying solutions to support the global war on terrorism. We hope this special report helps security directors to better assess and deploy appropriate technology."
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The site also monitors in-depth coverage of key video surveillance companies including 3VR, 3xLogic, ACTi, ADT, Aimetis, American Dynamics, Agent Vi, ArecontVision, Avigilon, Axis Communications, BRS Labs, Cieffe, Cernium, Cisco, Clickit, Dedicated Micros, DIGIOP, DvTel, Envysion, Exacq, Flir, Gentec, Grandeye, IQinVision, Intransa, Eptascape, Firetide, FluidMesh, IBM, Immervision, Indigovision, Intellivid, Intransa,ioimage, ipConfigure, IQinvision, Milestone Systems, Mobotix, ObjectVideo, Panasonic, Pelco, Pivot3, SightLogix, Vidsys and Vivotek.
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