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[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack

CeBIT is full of surprises. After visiting the QNAP booth we almost instantly got dragged into the booth of equally Taiwanese security systems manufacturer KGuard. At first I thought the security cameras on offer weren’t all that speci[...]
[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security  systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack
[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security  systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security  systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security  systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security  systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack[CEBIT 2011] KGuard security  systems announces world first DIY all-in-one home security pack

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AirLive presents two new cost-effective surveillance stations

The taiwanese brand AirLive announced the release of their new NVR8 and NVR16 surveillance stations. The only difference between them is that one can monitor only 8 IP cameras, whereas the other can mange up to 16 (can you guess which [...]
AirLive presents two new cost-effective surveillance stations
AirLive presents two new cost-effective surveillance stations

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USVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web camera

Thanko introduced today a new 2Mpix video surveillance web camera, the USVRGVCA. According to the Japanese manufacturer, it can be turned on automatically if the ambient noise exceeds 65 decibels in order to monitor your car parked in [...]
USVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web camera
USVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web cameraUSVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web cameraUSVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web cameraUSVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web cameraUSVRGVCA: Thanko’s latest Video Surveillance web camera

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VS Mobile for Windows PDA , Mobile Surveillance Application by QNAP

Taiwanese NVR specialist company QNAP just announced their new Mobile Surveillance Solution VS Mobile for Windows PDA. Very easy to install, the aplication is available for free to download at www.qnapsecurity.com for VioStor NVR (Netw[...]
VS Mobile for Windows PDA , Mobile Surveillance Application by QNAP

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Qnap and Hikvision collaboration for better Network Surveillance Solution

The news has just dropped that Hikvision Network Cameras are supported by QNAP VioStor series network video recorders (NVR). Consumers will soon benefit from the “technical synergy” of the Taiwanese Qnap Security and Hangzhou Hikvision[...]
Qnap and Hikvision collaboration for better Network Surveillance Solution

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QNAP VioStor-5012: Not a NAS, but a Deadly NVR

NVR stands for Network Video Surveillance, and the VioStor-5012 is just the box behind each camera to record and back-up all your surveillance video on a 5-bay device and gives you access to all the recorded video on a private network [...]
QNAP VioStor-5012:  Not a NAS, but a Deadly NVR
QNAP VioStor-5012:  Not a NAS, but a Deadly NVRQNAP VioStor-5012:  Not a NAS, but a Deadly NVRQNAP VioStor-5012:  Not a NAS, but a Deadly NVR

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Canon Unveils New 40x PTZ Network Camera: The VB-C60

Yesterday Canon US introduced the new PTZ Network camera (Pan/Tilt/Zoom), the VB-C60. It’s designed for monitoring property and facilities, surveillance in hospitals and schools, and web conferencing in board rooms. The VB-C60 PT[...]
Canon Unveils New 40x PTZ Network Camera:  The VB-C60
Canon Unveils New 40x PTZ Network Camera:  The VB-C60Canon Unveils New 40x PTZ Network Camera:  The VB-C60Canon Unveils New 40x PTZ Network Camera:  The VB-C60

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Hitachi’s 1984 robot

Here’s the latest novelty from Hitachi, an autonomous surveillance robot that tours the building on its own like a good boy. The principle is good, but if we look at it from another angle (and it doesn’t see us doing that),[...]
Hitachi’s 1984 robot

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