The wonder of eyes. If eyes are the windows to your soul, then IP cameras with their lens and CMOS sensors are the window to computer vision. Like our eyes, the sensors in cameras convert light to electrical signals that the computer can use.
This article describes how the CMOS sensor in IP camera systems converts the visual world into digital signals.
Reducing Hazardous Situations by Using the Proper Camera Enclosures
An oil rig can be a scary place. On January 22 of 2018, fear turned into reality when an oil rig in eastern Oklahoma exploded. It left many dead and injured. The accident was the result of an uncontrolled release of gas that caught fire.
It is essential to take every precaution to prevent accidents. Flammable contaminants in the air can cause explosions. Gas and dust are the usual culprits. If the concentrations are high enough, it just takes one spark to cause a catastrophic explosion.
These days, IP camera systems can be used in many different applications and environments. It’s not just to determine who robbed the bank. IP camera systems are more than just recording the video. They include sophisticated intelligence that can notify us of real-time alarm conditions.
Applications for IP cameras include theft deterrence, automated license plate recognition, watching wildlife, viewing the army tank that’s two miles away, or watching the inside of a blast furnace.
This article describes the specialized capabilities of today’s IP camera systems
Turbulent Times Caused Changes to Access Control, IP Camera Systems, and Intercoms
The Pandemic caused significant disruptions. Our economy and ordinary lives were affected. We had to rethink everything from where we worked to how we stayed safe. These disruptions led to changes in our social and commercial lives. Access control, IP camera systems, intercoms, and paging systems were used to mitigate the disruption. This article describes how the Pandemic caused an upheaval in access control and other technologies that will stay with us into the future.
A bunch of evolutionary scientists got together for a cookout one day.
They got a bunch of stuff to grill up, but everyone was most excited about the sausages.
The scientists counted the sausages to make sure there were enough for everyone, and even though they initially thought they had enough they were one short. They checked the cooler, the fridge, and everywhere else they could think to look, but science still has yet to find the missing link.
Using the Right IP Cameras Ensure an Effective IP Camera System
Do you think all IP cameras are the same? If you do, it’s likely you won’t be happy with your IP camera system.
There are many different cameras with different lenses, resolutions, light sensitivity, and other characteristics. These features are so important when you want to ensure that you can see everything you want to.
Yes, it takes some work to select the right IP camera for the area, but it will make the difference between security and uncertainty.
This article describes the process you can use to choose your camera and video recording software.
It’s easy to think that all door access control systems are the same, but they’re not. They all have different features and capabilities. How do you choose the right door access control system for you?
This article reviews how to select the right access control system.
We discuss the features, security requirements, the type of hardware required, the installation, credentials, and management software. And we compare the cost of ownership for several access control systems.
One of the nice things about technology is that devices generally do more things and become easier to use as time goes by. This has certainly been true with access control systems. The first door access control systems required a skilled technician to install the system. There was quite a lot of complex wiring from each door reader to the main controller box. The new IP Reader-Controllers connect to the network and are intelligent. One of the most significant advantages is the ability to install one door at a time.
This article reviews the incremental capability of these new IP access control systems.