White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Outstanding Performance In Difficult Light Conditions

    A day and night camera is designed to be used in outdoor installations or in indoor environments with poor lighting. A day and night, color network camera delivers color images during the day. As light diminishes, the camera can automatically switch to night mode to make use of near infrared (IR) light to deliver black and white images. Maintaining image sharpness and low noise, particularly in varying outdoor lighting conditions, has proved challenging.

  2. Setting Your Company On The Path To Cloud-based Services

    As a business manager, you lead the fight every day for sustainable profitability. You spend much of your time devising ways to stay profitable on shrinking product margins and rising labor costs. You have one good project and then a bad one, and the cycle repeats. In the end, the blended gross margins on your installation work is likely to be somewhere between 20 and 30 percent. After making payroll, paying suppliers and normal business expenses your net profit can be 10 percent or less. Sound familiar? 

  3. Control Access And Protect Assets With Print-on-Demand Intelligent ID Cards

    This white paper defines how human resources and security departments can print intelligent ID cards to identify employees, visitors and patrons, and manage access to facilities, equipment and services through a range of “intelligent” access card technologies. The paper also presents several real-world examples of how companies have benefited from access cards that contain multiple layers of security for protecting people, products and property.

  4. Understanding Technologies For Creating High-Security ID Cards

    Security is an important priority for organizations today more than ever. Having secure access control and identification technologies in place is essential to protecting people and assets.

  5. Retransfer Technology Delivers The Optimal Card Printing Solution

    A wide range of industries today are realizing the significant benefits that personalized access control, financial, retail and smart cards can bring to their enterprises. The rapid expansion of on-demand issuance of cards for identification, tracking and monetary applications calls for an innovative card- printing solution.

  6. Secure The Campus While Providing Essential Services With Smart ID Cards

    From universities to primary schools, a revolution in technology is taking shape. The days when mundane tasks such as registration, book purchases, and meal programs required an army of administrators to manage piles of paperwork is but a digital page in today’s history e-books. Twenty-first-century innovation is bringing automation—and a chance to improve security—to the campus.

  7. Power-over-Ethernet (PoE): A Smart Strategy For Upgrading Today’s IP Surveillance Networks

    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.

  8. VAR Provides Video Surveillance Solution In Largest Chevrolet Dealership Renovation

    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.

  9. Integrator Brings Cloud-Based Access Control To Historic Courthouse

    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.

  10. City College Of San Francisco Prints Student IDs In One-Sixth The Time

    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.