White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Arecont Vision Increases Image Clarity At Lotte Department Store In Busan, Korea
    6/4/2012

    In this Case Study G.H. Kim, Manager of Lotte Department Store in Busan, was looking to improve the image clarity provided by security cameras watching parking entrances. He explained that the store receives claims of damage to cars while parked in the store’s lots.

  2. Arecont Vision Megapixel Cameras Capture Essential Images At New York State Police Station
    6/4/2012

    Like most police departments today, the Monroe Police Department had potential vulnerability to accusations of unwarranted or excessive force, officer misconduct or lack of accountability from inmates held in the building’s jail. Although these types of claims have been rare for the Monroe Police Department, the chief of police and the town council still believed it would be wise to take steps to protect the police department from liability claims.

  3. Arecont Vision Megapixel Cameras Lower System Costs In South Korea Application
    6/4/2012

    License Plate Recognition (LPR) is a useful capability of video surveillance systems, and reseller Viewrun Co. Ltd. in South Korea sought to use LPR for the Ulju-gun surveillance project. In its most basic terms, LPR consists of license plate recognition software that interfaces with video management system (VMS) software and IP-based surveillance cameras positioned to view license plates. The LPR software “reads” a license plate and is able to convert the image to text.

  4. Arecont Vision Megapixel Cameras Watch Gistex Textile Production
    6/4/2012

    In this case study Gistex needed a new video surveillance system to view and monitor its production activities 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Although the factory runs 24 hours a day, the management office is open only during regular office hours, making the video system is an important tool to view the production environment. As the existing analog system was not functioning, a complete new video installation was needed.

  5. Arecont Vision Cameras Efficiently Reduce Illegal Dumping In Pennsylvania
    6/1/2012

    Alburtis is a borough in Lehigh County, PA and a suburb of Allentown, PA in the Lehigh Valley region of the state. Residents in the borough of Alburtis, PA, can dispose of lawn clippings, tree limbs and shrubs at the local yard  waste center. However, Leigh County needed to prevent disposal at the center of prohibited items such as  construction debris, propane tanks and household garbage. By Arecont Vision

  6. Replacing An Old Analog System With A Far Superior IP Solution
    5/17/2012

    Providence College is a near 100-year-old institution with approximately 4,000 students. Although its academic offerings are superior, its outdated analog video surveillance system, charged with monitoring 50 campus buildings, was becoming a costly burden. By VideoInsight

  7. The Business Case For IP Networked Video Surveillance
    5/17/2012

    Technology in the security market today is changing. Bottom line. Look around you. Cameras, locks, doors, card readers, et al. are now part of the IT network. By Milestone Systems

  8. Matas Retail Chain Discovers The Beauty Of An Integrated Video Solution
    5/11/2012

    In Matas, which has 2,500 employees, more than 25 million transactions per year, and an annual revenue of approximately 4 billion Danish crowns, shrinkage is a problem which costs both human resources and a lot of money on the bottom line. For Matas management, shrinkage control is a high priority, so it was decided back in 2010 to intensify the fight against it. One of the ways to do this was to install advanced IP video surveillance, initially in 65 of the chain's 258 stores.

  9. College Preparatory School Protected By State-Of-The-Art Surveillance Technology
    5/3/2012

    Pine Crest School is a college preparatory school established in 1934 that operates two campuses in south Florida. They serve a network of families who have high expectations for the quality of education and the safety of their children. To meet this need to the satisfaction of students and parents, Pine Crest School required a security system that would allow them to identify visitors before they enter any buildings.

  10. Integrated Security Provides Numerous Benefits For The Little League World Series
    5/3/2012

    Each year as summer draws to a close, the small industrial community of South Williamsport, Pennsylvania swells to accommodate more than 300,000 visitors to the culminating event of the world’s largest youth sports organization, Little League Baseball’s World Series.