Monthly Archives: January 2012

Fine Art students get creative with Paxton’s access control products

Fine Art students get creative with Paxton’s access control products

Foundation Degree Fine Art students from City College Brighton and Hove have been digging deep into their creative imaginations for Paxton, the Brighton-based access control company employs over 160 staff and invests heavily in their local workforce of skilled experts, as well as training hundreds of installers up and down the country. Paxton provided the

Editor’s view: Two-speed brains explain CCTV blindness

Brain researchers have discovered that if you can’t find something, like your keys, it might be because two parts of your brain are out of sync with each other. Quite simply, the area of your brain that controls and processes visual information is out of sync with the systems in the brain responsible for movement.

New dedicated website to support AMGPanogenics product range

New dedicated website to support AMGPanogenics product range

AMGPanogenics megapixel cameras prompts complete re-design of the company’s visual image to allow for two tier branding AMG, the world leading manufacturer of transmission solutions and newly released sophisticated 5 megapixel cameras under the AMGPanogenics brand, have taken the consequence of their strategic move into new markets all the way through to their visual branding

Redvision’s X-SERIES cameras use flat window to optimise performance

Redvision’s X-SERIES cameras use flat window to optimise performance

The X-SERIES™ cameras from UK-based expert dome manufacturer, Redvision, feature a flat window in front of the camera module. Paul Hucker, Managing Director of Redvision, explains the significance of this simple design concept. “The prime reason for using a flat window in front of the camera module within the X-SERIES™ cameras is to make it

Samsung introduces new HD LED widescreen monitor

Samsung introduces new HD LED widescreen monitor

Samsung has further expanded its range of TFT professional monitors with the introduction of the 18.5” high definition widescreen format LED SMT-1930. The SMT-1930 joins existing 22”, 32” and 40” models in the Samsung SMT range in offering users the ability to view in 16:9 format the superb quality images which can be captured by

Grundig launches HD Serial Digital Interface CCTV range

Grundig launches HD Serial Digital Interface CCTV range

Grundig, the German electronics manufacturer, has introduced a complete High Definition – Serial Digital Interface (HD-SDI) CCTV range, comprising cameras, speed domes and DVRs. HD-SDI CCTV is a major breakthrough in the security industry. It enables the transmission of uncompressed digital video at a higher quality than IP, yet uses the same simple installation method