White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Power-over-Ethernet (PoE): A Smart Strategy For Upgrading Today’s IP Surveillance Networks
    9/4/2013

    An ever-increasing number of today’s businesses, school districts and healthcare facilities are delving into Smart Ethernet switches with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) technology—and reaping big benefits for their IP Surveillance networks.

  2. VAR Provides Video Surveillance Solution In Largest Chevrolet Dealership Renovation
    8/13/2013

    LILIN USA teamed up with Clark Security Products, Dave Clark Construction, Alpha Electric, and Tom Bell Chevrolet to complete the largest renovation of any existing Chevrolet dealership to date.

  3. Integrator Brings Cloud-Based Access Control To Historic Courthouse
    7/3/2013

    After the town of Crown Point, IN built a new courthouse complex, the historic courthouse, under the leadership of the Crown Point Courthouse Foundation, was transformed into a three-story mix of retail, offices, ballroom function space, and a still-functioning courtroom. Security for the remodeled historic courthouse remained standard lock and key, and that’s where the problems began.

  4. City College Of San Francisco Prints Student IDs In One-Sixth The Time
    5/13/2013

    As one of the largest community colleges in the country, City College provides a quality, affordable education option for the Bay Area. To better compete with other area colleges and universities, the college has initiated a number of upgrades to its internal IT infrastructure. In the admissions office, that meant improving the process of issuing student identification cards. Before, producing each card took a minute-and-a-half. Across 100,000 students, that time made for frustrating waits for students and exhausting days for staff during peak times.

  5. 10 Reasons To Switch To IP-based Video
    5/2/2013

    In this paper we’ll take a look at ten key motivators for switching from analog to IP-based cameras. Obtain a more reliable security system, reduce costs, and create value for your business.

  6. IP-Surveillance Design Guide
    5/2/2013

    This document is a guide to setting up an IP-Surveillance system in a small- to medium-sized security installation. It provides an overview of network video’s functionalities and benefits, and outlines considerations and recommendations for implementing such a system.

  7. In The Best Of Light: The Challenges Of Minimum Illumination
    5/2/2013

    Light is fundamental to the quality of an image. As a rule, provided it is not overexposed, the image will be better the more light that is available in the scene. If the amount of light is insufficient, the image will be noisy or dark. The amount of light that is required to produce a good-quality image depends on the camera and how sensitive to light it is. In other words, the darker the scene, the more sensitive to light the camera has to be.

  8. Integrator Lands 63 IP Camera, VMS Install For Hospital
    4/26/2013

    A security integrator installs 63 IP cameras (a mix of IQeye HD megapixel cameras and Milestone XProtect® Corporate video management software) in a major upgrade to Waterford Regional Hospital's video surveillance system.

  9. Steering The Way To More Reliable Storage For In-Car Video Systems
    4/15/2013

    Placer County purchased three Pivot3 DataBanks with 36 terabytes of capacity. The DataBanks reside in a single rack, together with two switches and a server running the Pivot3 storage management software.

  10. Sea-Tac Airport Reduces Power And Cooling With Serverless Computing
    4/15/2013

    Pivot3® reduces power and cooling to help the Sea-Tac Airport fulfill its mission: “Where a Sustainable World Is Headed.”