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Hospitality and Tourism Facilities

Video Surveillance is the perfect security solution for hotels, motels, resorts and other types of paid lodging. With the demand for hotel rooms and space constantly increasing, the security of...


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Industrial Facilities

Warehouse and distribution facilities face special security and safety situations. Personnel safety, inventory security, hazard recognition and response, traffic and perimeter access control are just a few of management’s concerns.


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Bank and financial institutions are one of the most neuralgic contexts to protect, with focuses on staff, customers and the need to monitor all money transactions from ATMs and branch...


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Webinar | January 21st, 2016

Webinar: Time-saving video surveillance products and solutions are crucial to your success in 2016. Thursday, January 21st, 2016 at 2:00pm EST - Register Here -

Tech News | December 31st, 2015

Effective Dec. 31st 2015 we are discontinuing our Bolide DDNS service. With “Quick Connect” P2P technology you can now remotely connect to your Bolide DVR’s without the use of our DDNS server.

The global market for electronic security equipment aimed at city surveillance applications will more than double in size from 2012 to 2017 as metropolitan areas adopt mobile technology to deal with threats more efficiently, according to a new report from IMS Research, now part of IHS Inc.

Worldwide, revenue for electronic security equipment in city security will expand at a compound annual growth rate of 17.8 percent from 2012 to 2017. By 2017, wireless infrastructure and CCTV and video surveillance equipment will amount to just over $3.2 billion, up from $1.4 billion in 2012.

1,145,688 Shoplifters and Dishonest Employees Apprehended by 23 U.S. Retailers in 2013

According to 25th Annual Retail Theft Survey by Jack L. Hayes International Wesley International, a loss prevention and inventory shrinkage control consulting firm, just 23 major retailers apprehended more than 1.1 million shoplifters and dishonest employees in 2012. From these apprehensions, retailers recovered more than $189 million.

The traditional distribution model for physical security products across the globe was often referred to as "box shifting," it offered products off the shelf but with few value-add services. This is model is now rapidly morphing into a sophisticated system delivering value add services that clients now demand.

There are 5 main reasons why the change in the structure of the physical security industry is causing the distribution model to change, according to a recent report on the security market

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