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Automation World recently wrote an article regarding the adoption of POE within the automation sector. Though POE within automation makes technological sense the adoption has been less than stellar. Price, management and lack of education are just some of the reasons why the technology  has not found a home in automation.

Rick Rice, applications engineer at Crest Foods in Rockford, Ill., says that one of the hurdles PoE faces, like any other advance in technology, is its cost of implementation. [pullquote_right]“Upper management is always interested in the bottom line and, frankly, spending money on the ‘new-fangled stuff’, to use a description I heard while passing a board room recently, just doesn’t seem appealing to most decision makers.”[/pullquote_right]

Some believe that wireless may surpass the need for POE.  The push toward wireless may cut off any potential surge for PoE, Johnson Lukose, business manager at Scadatech Engineering in Selangor, Malaysia, says, “PoE was [once] tagged as a game changer, but [now] it is languishing to capture the factory floor. By all accounts it looks like it’ll be overtaken by wireless technology. However, I find it doing well in the access control, CCTV and physical security markets.”

Have you used POE for other installations besides security? Let us know how you have implemented POE.

via Power Over Ethernet Opinions | Automation World.

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CCTV in Operation

CCTV in Operation (Photo credit: Siebuhr)

Growth in video surveillance has been happening for years and this report aims to put numbers next to the growth spurt. According to the latest report, Asia will gain significant share in the global CCTV market by 2014-end, with India and China being the key drivers.

The report claims a, “Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014”, it states that mobile video surveillance is a fast growing segment in the video surveillance market. As per the study, the IP-based video surveillance market is recording rapid growth in China. It is anticipated to account for nearly 26% of the total market by the 2014-end. In India too, the overall outlook for IP surveillance looks positive and promising as consumers are shifting from traditional analog CCTV to IP surveillance.

The report also studied the CCTV market in other Asian countries, including Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan. Besides, the report has looked into the competitive landscape by studying the profiles of key companies Bosch, Samsung and Sony which are operating in the Asian CCTV market.

[tabgroup][tab title="Summary"][/tab][tab title="Table of Contents"]1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Introduction to CCTV Technology
3.1 Surveillance Technology
3.1.1 Analog Video Surveillance System
3.1.2 IP Video Surveillance System
3.1.3 Remote Video Surveillance (RVS)
3.1.4 Mobile Video Surveillance System
3.2 Surveillance Components
3.2.1 Cameras
3.2.1.1 Analog Cameras
3.2.1.2 IP Cameras
3.2.2 Video Surveillance Storage
3.2.2.1 Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
3.2.2.2 Network Video Recorder (NVR)
3.2.2.3 IP San
3.2.3 Video Surveillance Software and Analytics
3.2.3.1 Video Management Software (VMS)
3.2.3.2 Video Analytics/Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS)
3.2.4 Video Servers
3.2.5 Video Surveillance Monitors
4. Country-level Analysis: Studying the Future Potential
4.1 China
4.2 Thailand
4.3 Malaysia
4.4 Taiwan
4.5 India
5. Key Players
5.1 Bosch
5.2 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
5.3 Sony Corporation

List of Figures:

Figure 4-1: China – Safety and Security Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-2: China – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-3: China – CCTV Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-4: Thailand – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-5: Thailand – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-6: Malaysia – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-7: Malaysia – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-8: Taiwan – Forecast for CCTV Market by Technology (%), 2014
Figure 4-9: India – Electronic Security Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-10: India – Electronic Security Market by Segment (%), 2011
Figure 4-11: India – CCTV Market (Million US$), 2010-2014
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via Booming CCTV Market in Asia Forecast to 2014 – market research report.

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The open industry forum for the development of a global standard for the interface of IP-based physical security products is set to introduce a series of profiles to aid systems designers in determining which devices are compatible with one another.

The ONVIF forum said as IP-based interoperability grows and the number of conformant products available on the market rises, the new profiles eliminate the need for extensive technical knowledge of the specific versions of the ONVIF specification released since 2008.

via ONVIF introduces profiles aimed at system design simplification | Government Security News.

 

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PRESCOTT, Az.—A June 29 story from The Daily Courier reports Prescott police officers began enforcing a new alarm law on July 1 that charges alarm users for the third false alarm in a year.
The Prescott City Council on May 10 approved the new alarm ordinance, which allows alarm users two false alarm warnings within a given year. On the third false alarm, the owner will be assessed $100, and fees will increase by $100 for each false alarm afterward, according to the PPD.

 

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IAI Heron 1 UAV in flight. Location: NAVAL AIR...

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COLUMBUS, Miss. — Stark Aerospace soon will begin test flying unmanned aerial systems from Golden Triangle Regional Airport. Stark’s parent company is Israel Aerospace Industries, a leader in military and commercial aerospace. Locally, the company is best known for its remote-control aerial systems, which offer air and land surveillance without being heard or seen. Stark’s Heron, a UAV with a 54-foot wingspan, is utilized in stealth drug enforcement operations. The Commercial Dispatch reports Stark Aerospace plans to hire 15 people at the local plant by the end of the year. The company, which produces unmanned aerial vehicles and plug-in electo-optic surveillance systems, currently employs 135 people at its 106,000-square-foot plant in the industrial park, near the GTRA.”

Company to test fly unmanned aerial systems from Golden Triangle airport :: The Republic

Source therepublic.com

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Photo COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — From security systems and surveillance cameras to mandatory tracking of all sales, tough regulations will hit the Colorado medical marijuana industry hard beginning July 1.“Some of the major changes that are coming into effect are really going to affect how we deal with our patients,” Jesse Vriese, manager of Green Love Wellness in Colorado Springs, said. “We have to be very careful with who we serve. It is no longer friendly retial, it is more paperwork and business.”Among the new rules, dispensaries must keep track of all their patients and sales. Vriese welcomes such regulation.“Seed-to-sale, in my opinion, is very important,” he said. “I think it is a pain, and I think it is definitely going to be more work for us, but I think it is very important. I think it is something that needs to happen so the industry is regulated.”

via CCTV Blog.