10 Keys Strategy Every Entrepreneurs and Retail Business should learn from Evergreen Hotel Malaysia by Implementing Touch Digital Signage(See picture insides)

When you enter a hotel, what are you looking for? You probably want the check-in desk first and foremost. . But there’s likely a big queue, you don’t know how long you’ll be waiting, if your room’s ready or where you might store your luggage. If you’re there for an event, a business meeting or any other purpose other than recreational, your questions begin to multiply.

Hotels all have the same working method they all run slightly differently. As a consumer, this means that you never quite know what to expect.

Here’s the thing; there’s something that we guarantee will be next big thing of every hotel’s future. It’s  digital signage and it’s problem solving solution, helping the customer to be in charge of their future hotel experience.

Here’s what Evergreen Lauren Hotel uses digital signage network could offer:

Digital signage provides many benefits to hotels and conference centers working to maximize the value they provide to customers.

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Queue timea visual display of how long each guest could be waiting, just like in a postal service or bank.

Rooms that are readylet guests see for themselves the percentage or names of rooms which are ready right now!

Entertainment optionsIf no rooms are available for an early check-in, provide guests a list of what they could do right now. Restaurants within reach, luggage storage options, hotel bar happy hours. This will save them queuing only to be informed that room’s not available’

Elevator signage use this ‘blank space’ to advertise restaurants, spa offers and anything else that may interest your audience in the wait to their chosen floor.

Personalized welcome message – once your customers get to their room how can you engage them? A personalized welcome message is just the start, as a digital signage network offers the ability to tailor social media, news and more to their preferences.

Of course, these are just a few ideas of how a digital signage screen could service that all important first impression. Digital signage can improve a guest’s visit in every area, all whilst ticking the box of the hotel being upscale and modern. Here are a few of the ways a digital signage display within hotel could work very hard indeed.

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Hire enough staff to get to each individual guest is hard but one screen could service many at the same time. Digital signage displays can be updated very quickly, from anywhere and can pull on real time information such as bus routes, taxi numbers, world clocks, currencies and local event timetables. Present this information on a single screen and bingo – half of your guest’s questions are answered! In times of high footfall this will reduce wait time, relieve the pressure on staff and help your guests get the answers they need.

Top tip: Read our guide to see our real case study guide Eastin Hotel  getting setup with a hotel digital signage strategy if you need help with the increase exposure

Personalize welcome messaging(Digital signage and touch signage) 

When your hotel is hosting for a convention or wedding, digital signage allows you to pop up a personalized welcome and directions to the right room, area or bar. Again, this relieves the front desk and provides basic information which is super useful. Meeting room digital signage might also come in handy for breakout sessions.

If there’s a last-minute room change or multiple wedding events, your digital screens can be updated on the fly. This saves confusion and allows each room and guest to become accounted for.  Your digital signage screens look great and are useful – you could even use an iPad or tablet to save on expense.

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Provide a virtual concierge

A human service is nice but a virtual one has its own novelty factor. Your digital screens can easily become a virtual concierge. Particularly when paired with an interactive screen, digital signage allows your guests to find their own information and to spend as long as they need researching local hotspots, restaurant menus and check-out times.

If you don’t yet have the capacity for interactive screens, create playlists and schedules tailored to what your guests will be up to at that time. For example breakfast may be:

  • Check-in times (and alternative options as mentioned above)
  • Digital breakfast menus and opening times of the hotel’s onsite restaurants
  • Local breakfast delicacies
  • Great local activities to do that day
  • Directions to events, bars, toilets, concierge services and the nearest taxi point

This is much more useful and relevant to customers than your bog-standard advertising showreel. They’re already at the hotel, so don’t bombard them with useless marketing material. Help them find the information they really want and the information they didn’t even know they wanted, like the hot, flaking, buttered croissants waiting for them in your breakfast room.

 

Share social updates

Digital signage when paired with user generated content is transforming hospitality. Guests are active participants in their experience both in person and online. Often without knowing, they’re instagramming your great wall displays, tweeting about your service and even contacting your online page to ask questions or get information.

Use digital signage to create beautiful social media walls that share customer testimonials, feedback, images and videos curated by your audience base. Not only will they get a pleasant surprise at seeing their update on the big screen, you’ll show that you’re listening and more guests will be encouraged to share online as a result.

Digital signage in Evergreen Laurel Hotel : Engage audiences and get them interested

We’re used to seeing digital screens full of information that doesn’t interest us. So within the future of hospitality we see digital signage moving towards a marketing tool that’s genuinely useful and entertaining to guests. There are a ton of ways you can do this and a ton of digital tools at your disposal, from social media displays, to meeting booking technologies and live news streams. Get your screens showing rich visual content and adapt them to your audience, the time of day and the events going on in the world.

Your audience will be highly engaged and they’ll remember your hotel for more than just the chocolates on the pillow.

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Web-based system

The BServer system is web-based all the BServer display and all can be managed through google chrome browser by key in username and password.

On the other hand, the system can be support Virtual Cloud system and the whole system can be supported without local server and the whole thing could be support cloud based and hazzle free.

2. the Layout for publish could be design and support Multiple play area as well.

3. For program management, the publish can be set based on time and when to play the content.

Let’s look at our user friendly interface

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-support Multi-location and web based program link to main server

– Support TXT(running text, all pictures format, Videos)

– Support Web plugin ( website into display)

– Scheduling and time period of program playing

– Easy to use and interactive user interface

– We do supply Different size of Digital Signage ranging from  43 inch,  65 inch and so on.

– Vivid display and Built in sound speakers

– Windows Based Cloud Based System

– WIndows Azure and Cloud Solution

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15 ADVANTAGES OF A CARD ACCESS SYSTEM (card access door access installer and supplier in Malaysia)

A card access system is a security system that allows users to access doors with an electronic “key” card instead of a traditional key. You’ve probably seen this type of access system before, if nothing else in a James Bond movie.

What might surprise you, however, is that installing a card access system often saves time and money in the long run. Card access systems make access easier to manage while also increasing the overall security of the facilities where the system is installed. Instead of the traditional access systems that focus on managing keys, card access systems focus on managing locks. To get a feel for some of the benefits of an electronic lock system like this, consider these advantages…

CARD ACCESS ADVANTAGES

Card Access System with Sonitrol1. YOU DON’T HAVE TO RE-KEY ALL YOUR DOORS WHEN SOMEONE LEAVES YOUR COMPANY.

Never worry about a deadbolt again. With a card access system, the electronic system will interact with software to make these changes, so all you need to do is punch a few buttons.

2. YOU DON’T NEED TO WORRY ABOUT LOST KEYS FALLING INTO THE WRONG HANDS.

When you know you’ve lost a card for your access system, you can simply deactivate it until it’s found or leave it deactivated once you replace it with a new card.

3. YOU CAN BE FAIRLY CERTAIN THAT SOMEONE WON’T MAKE A COPY OF A CARD.

Card access systems make it much more difficult for an intruder to copy a “key” card. The electronics in the card can’t be cut at Walmart like a traditional key can be cut.

4. YOU DON’T NEED TO CHECK ALL YOUR DOORS IN YOUR FACILITIES TO FIND WHICH KEY WORKS FOR EACH DOOR.

The card access system shows which cards access which doors at all times. This way, you can manage your key cards from your desk rather than walking around testing cards at all the doors. Not only is this inconvenient, walking around with a stash of keys can be dangerous.

5. YOU DON’T HAVE TO MANUALLY KEEP TRACK OF WHO HAS KEYS TO WHICH DOORS.

Again, thanks to the software database built into every card access system, you don’t have to manually track who has keys for each door. Each person is assigned one key card. From there, you can check your database to see which doors that person’s card will access.

6. YOUR EMPLOYEES DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT MEMORIZING A PIN.

As opposed to access doors with a keypad that require users to enter a PIN each time they access a door, card access systems take the burden off everyone to remember a number. Keep your card with you all the time, and you’re good to go.

7. YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY THAT YOUR EMPLOYEES WILL SHARE THEIR PINS FOR CONVENIENCE.

Let’s say a coworkers wants to get access for a door, and other employees have access to that door. The coworker says, “Ah, I left my card in my office.” At that, the other employees might offer to let the coworker use one of their cards this once, since they know the coworker accesses that door frequently. Imagine how this would work if the company used PINs instead. Giving a PIN to the coworker would allow the coworker access to all the doors at that PIN’s access level. And, unlike a card, you can’t take a PIN back.

8. YOUR LOCKS CAN’T BE PICKED THE WAY THEY MIGHT BE WITH TRADITIONAL KEY ACCESS.

We already noted that copies can’t be made as easily. Lock picking is certainly a lot more difficult too, considering there’s no manual lock to pick.

9. YOU CAN SET YOUR DOORS TO OPEN FOR PEOPLE ON AN AUTOMATIC SCHEDULE.

No one needs to come in just to unlock the building. No one needs to come back just to close everything down. A few buttons or an email if you prefer, and your system will be set to go on schedule.

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10. YOU CAN ALLOW SOMEONE ACCESS TO MORE DOORS WITHOUT ISSUING THEM ANY NEW KEYS.

If someone’s shift changes or they move to a different department or need access to multiple storage units instead of the one door they were originally allowed to access, all you need to do is update their user profile. No need to issue additional key cards.

11. YOU CAN ALWAYS DENY ACCESS FOR A KEY YOU’VE GIVEN OUT WITHOUT HAVING TO ASK FOR THE KEY BACK.

Often, it’s more convenient to change a lock than a key. With electronic access systems, changing the lock costs nothing but a little time for someone to make the change in the system.

12. YOU CAN GET REPORTS OF WHICH DOORS EVERYONE HAS ACCESSED.

In the event that an alarm is tripped or something goes missing, a card access system allows you to retrace everyone’s paths through the doors set up in the system. The system can generate reports showing which doors specific users accessed and what time they accessed them. Or, if you know something seems out of place in, say, a specific room, you can generate a report to see who accessed that room over the past month. These features, built into each card access system, make it convenient to keep a close record of facilities without having to constantly monitor them.

13. YOU CAN COMPLETELY OPEN YOUR FACILITIES OR LOCK THEM DOWN.

Sometimes, you just want to close the doors to everyone for a specific period of time, but you don’t want to try to get everyone’s key back for just that day. With electronic access, you can change the system setting for one day only without even bothering the keys. Likewise, sometimes you might need to open a facility, say for cleaning, law enforcement, or even fire drills. Or maybe you want to open all your front doors to customers. That’s easy with an electronic, card access system. Just program the system to allow access for a given period of time, and the doors fully unlock automatically.

14. YOU CAN ISSUE A NEW CARD WITH ACCESS TO MULTIPLE DOORS IN JUST MINUTES.

If a new person joins your team or if a key card breaks or wears out for some reason, you can set up and issue a new one, with the exact same access if the person had access already, without all the hassle of figuring out which doors that person should be allowed to access again or running to the hardware store for copies of your keys.

15. YOU MAKE YOUR FACILITIES FEEL UP-TO-DATE, MODERN, AND SECURE.

The banks in the James Bond movies don’t have to be the only ones with high-tech security. By installing a card access system in your company, school, hospital, or even church, you can provide peace of mind, less hassle, and an overall “cleaner,” more modern experience for everyone who enters your facilities.

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The Key Advantages of IP-based CCTV Surveillance System

While IP-based CCTV systems have been around for more than 10-years, it’s only now that the global surveillance market has tipped from analogue CCTV to IP systems. According to ipvm.com (2011), IP camera sales for new projects in the U.S. and Europe are outpacing analogue sales. Further, enterprise IP-based surveillance projects have increased at a shocking rate, with more than 75 per cent of new projects going with IP.

The benefits of an IP-based system are clear to understand, and by that I mean literally – better picture quality! After all, the whole point of a Video Surveillance System is to see exactly what is going on. But there are far more benefits than a crisp digital picture. Below are the top ten benefits and reasons for why IP-based video surveillance systems are taking over from analogue CCTV solutions.

10 Ten Reasons

1.     Resolution: A typical analog camera equates to about 0.4 MP (megapixels), whereas a standard IP camera offers 2 MP, which is more than five times the analog resolution. With some IP cameras ranging up to 10MP, it’s easy to see how the technology can cut down on the overall number of cameras required. A typical example would be replacing pan, tilt and zoom cameras (PTZs) on a garage forecourt with one IP/MP camera.

2.     Remote Access: You can login into a secure server remotely, using a web-based interface to view real-time footage on PCs or Macs, as well as on mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and Android-based devices. Programs such as TeamViewer also allow for remote support and end-user training.

3.     Analytics: The dramatic improvements in hardware have been matched by powerful analytics software. Video Management Systems (VMS) can be combined with other software to allow for applications such as licence plate recognition, people counting, and motion detection.

4.     No New Wires: Existing coaxial cables that are used by the analog system can connect IP cameras to the network video recorder (NVR) via a Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA®) backbone. The latest version of MoCA, MoCA 2.0, is the most reliable home networking technology delivering more than 400 Mbps of application throughput in its basic configuration and 500 Mbps in Turbo Mode, and is scalable to support 800 Mbps /1 Gbps in channel bonded modes. MoCA can and should be used to ensure a dependable, “no excuses” networking infrastructure. Additionally, Ethernet networking over coax technologies can be implemented to provide up to 200Mbps of throughput for over 300 meters. Further, high-end Ethernet-over-Coax (EoC) broadband access technologies deliver 800Mbps of application throughput for sharing video between a maximum of 252 IP cameras – all on a single coaxial network. Entropic, a leader in MoCA and EoC semiconductor solutions demonstrated these technologies at the recent IBC show in Amsterdam and will have them on display at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, U.S. in January.

5.     Power: IP cameras can be powered by a number of methods. If the IP camera is replacing an analog camera, the existing power source can be reused or Ethernet cables which allow for Power over Ethernet (PoE) can be deployed. Furthermore, if re-wiring would prove too costly, then a device which can allow data and PoE over coax cable can be used.

6.     Hybrid: High-end NVRs, allow existing CCTV cameras to be incorporated into the IP system. This can significantly reduce the initial costs, and allow a phased approach towards a complete IP Surveillance solution.

7.     Scalability:  Utilising edge processing, and individual camera licensing, it is possible to scale from a single camera up to thousands.

8.     Redundancy: It is possible to record simultaneously to a NVR. This offers an additional safety net to recover footage in the event of damage/corruption to data on the main NVR.

9.     Lossless Playback: Footage can be reviewed with multiple zoom on playback, even on fixed lens cameras, with no degradation of the image. This alleviates a common problem with analog systems, where high levels of compression can often leave the image unreadable.

10.     Wireless: If it’s possible to get a line-of-sight between the camera and the server’s location, it is possible to reduce cabling costs by transmitting the data wirelessly.

The Bottom Line

IP video surveillance systems are certainly the way the market is moving; however, due to the deployment complexity of many older analog systems, shifting too fast to an all-IP video surveillance system would be similar to a large super tanker making a sudden change in direction, which could be extremely risky. Therefore, it is critical for providers to evaluate how to evolve their IP video surveillance platforms and potentially incorporate proven MoCA and EoC technologies that safely leverage the existing coaxial infrastructure to ease the pain and risk of transitioning from analog to hybrid analogue/IP-based systems. Time will tell when the whole market will go pure IP, but one thing is certain, it will happen.

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Top 10 Reasons You Should Consider IP Security Cameras

While IP cameras and recorders offer some of the latest and greatest in security technology, IP video has yet to be widely adopted. Why? The two most common reasons I hear from our customers are that it is either too expensive, or that it’s just too hard to use.

I will argue that neither is valid today. In contrast, I do see many customers who have completely converted to IP gear – and when visiting with them, I quickly learn that they have done their homework and clearly recognize the advantages of IP video.

Here is what they know about IP video:

1. Easy to Use

Can you use a computer mouse? If so then you can use IP video. IP video systems have easy to use menus that can make first-timers look like experts.

2. Higher Resolution

IP cameras are digital end to end, and use progressive scanning to make full use of camera imagers – providing up to 25% more resolution than analog cameras with similar imagers. IP is also available with Megapixel cameras, delivering super-high resolution images with 30 frames per second of real-time video.

3. Lower Cable Cost

Analog cameras can require up to three cables – video, audio, and power – for each and every camera. IP cameras can transmit all three (and more) on a single network cable. Even better – cable is less expensive, a single cable can handle 4-8 or more cameras, and network cable is probably already wired throughout your building. That results in significant savings – especially considering the cost of copper these days.

4. Future Proof

Like computer devices and programs, IP gear is easily updated for new capabilities and compatibility as technology advances.

5. Creates Efficiencies

Continual monitoring of live activity is quickly becoming an expense of the past. IP systems can easily alert personnel when problems occur by sending live video to laptops or even cell phones for immediate review. This functionality can also be used for non-security applications, such as customer service, deliveries, work-flow monitoring and more.

6. Intelligence

Today’s IP video systems are equipped with on-board processors to analyze events in real-time, alerting you about suspicious or criminal activity and knows to overlook benign matters.

7. Secure Transmissions

End-to-end, IP video systems encrypt your data to ensure your complete privacy, eliminating the need for expensive fiber optic cable.

8. Reliable and Redundant

Paired with the advances in today’s computers, IP systems leverage decades of technical evolution to deliver proven reliability. IP video systems can be easily set up to store video at multiple remote locations for security against disasters and theft.

9. System Integration

IP video systems can easily team with your alarm systems. Many can also integrate with lighting, environmental and access controls for a virtual presence anywhere. And thanks to industry standards and alliances, IP video systems are increasingly compatible across manufacturers.

10. Infinite Distance

IP data travels exactly like computer data. Just as computers may communicate with each other from anywhere in the world via the Internet, a camera can be across the room or across the world and your recorder doesn’t care.

Bonus: Four Additional Reasons to Consider IP:

11. Flexibility

No longer do you need to buy an entirely new recorder just to add a few extra cameras in problem areas. With IP video, you can add additional licenses for the recording software to match how many cameras you need when you need them. This can save thousands in comparison to analog systems, which often require a new DVR to add even a single camera.

12. Backwards Compatible

IP technology allows you to leverage your existing cameras. Using video servers to convert standard cameras to IP, you can use your existing analog cameras in installation situations that would typically best be suited for IP.

Hybrid recording systems also allow the peaceful co-existence of IP video devices and analog camera installations. This allows you to continue to use your existing cameras, while expanding with IP cameras, reaping the benefits of the new technology, without having to replace entire security systems at one time.

13. High Speed Recording

Analog cameras will often produce a blurry picture when recording video containing fast moving objects. IP video provides crisp resolution on every frame enabling effective investigation of events.

14. Lower Total Cost of Ownership

Considering that IP video can leverage your existing cabling and computer network infrastructure, the cost of installation can be half or more than an analog system. And given the added benefits and related cost savings provided above, the reduction in total cost of ownership can be significant.

There is, of course, a learning curve to installing and operating IP video – which is likely to discourage many potential users from taking the initial leap IP. But as prices continue to become more competitive, I highly recommend that you take the time to learn this new technology, and start to leverage the many advantages of using IP.

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Smart CCTV and the Internet of Things: 2016 trends and Predictions (CCTV installer and supplier in Malaysia)

Whether it’s a smartwatch, fitness tracker or even a refrigerator,connected devices are already transforming our world. 

Multi-view streaming in a network camera means that separate video streams of zoomed-in sections can be viewed at the same time as the full overview image

We are entering an era where billions of devices will be able to collect and transmit data via the internet, so much so that Gartner recently forecasted that there will be 6.4 billion connected ‘things’ used worldwide in 2016.

The hype around the IOT (Internet of Things) and smart technologies is building at a phenomenal pace, it has become the buzzword of all buzzwords within the t media and the bandwagon is set to keep on rolling, with everyone from car makers to home appliance companies hoping to ride on its success.

Despite its hype, smart, connected products do represent a very real and practical step forward in how to connect disparate machines and widely dispersed data. As companies begin to understand the value of IoT, the focus will increasingly shift towards evaluating IoT technology via the underlying principles that guide most businesses today, focusing on improving productivity and efficiency and generating a return on investment. Commercial IoT solutions in the enterprise space will gain traction and businesses will be start to monetise the mass of data that IoT devices can provide.

As the evolution of the physical security industry has shown us, consumer and IT technology has had a profound effect on driving innovation and change with the security industry, HDTV, H264 compression and Power over Ethernet being notable examples. With this in mind the Internet of Things is also set to have profound ramifications on the security and video surveillance industry.

In 1996 Axis Communications introduced what many consider a pioneering IoT device (long before the term existed) when we launched the security industry’s first network camera. Little did we know it would ultimately spawn a tidal wave far beyond security.

What we can be certain of is that the concept of network cameras has come a long way in 20 years. Yet if we were to rank the top emerging trends for 2016, connected systems would still have to be at the top.

Why? Because the capabilities of IP-based systems are constantly evolving and suppliers of all types are still discovering new ways to leverage the power, flexibility and reach of connectivity.

As more IP-based security devices inevitably replace aging analog systems, we will see wider use of security products that integrate the growing wealth of information generated by the IoT into not just information for security purposes, but a range of other applications and uses.

IoT will allow network cameras to think independently and make smart decisions on their own. Imagine a mesh of network cameras that correspond between each other to alert the next camera of a person or object entering shortly from the left of a given scene. IoT-enabled cameras may also be able to cover up for one of their peers being damaged or obstructed.

From cool features to useful solutions

As enthralled as we are with the individual capabilities of IoT devices, in the security world the more important aspect of this trend is how all the components work together to solve a tangible challenge. First of all, IoT-based systems must be easy to design, install, maintain and use. And one size does not fit all.

To maximise the potential of IoT, it requires an in-depth knowledge by suppliers who 1) understand how each feature or component works together, 2) can design a solution that can be used to solve specific challenges, and 3) are able deliver it as an integrated offering whose long-term value has more value than just the sum of its parts.

This is especially true as security solutions move well beyond their roots in cameras. Indeed, largely because of IoT, the security sector’s traditional boundaries continue to blur. For example, network cameras can be used for Building Information Management (BIM), Business Intelligence (BI) in retail and even leaping into scientific research with real-time analysis of traffic patterns and crowd movements. IoT will allow for combined systems integrating previously disparate devices such as video surveillance cameras, smoke detectors,  access control panels and loudspeakers into a common management console providing a ‘single pane of glass’ overview across entire buildings and sites.

The result is a huge opportunity for security solutions that are purpose-built to share useful data with other connected devices, all of which can be monitored remotely. This connectivity between devices will provide end users with more complete situational awareness across multiple locations.

Axis Communications itself is branching out and has introduced IP-based loudspeakers and door controllers, for example, enabling not just an Internet of Things, but a step towards truly smart buildings.

With the increasing amount of data being generated, shared over the network, and, in many cases, stored and accessed through cloud computing models (see below), there is a growing need to focus on the protection of all this data and assets that exist ‘virtually.’

New technologies and methods for enhancing cyber security specifically for networked and cloud-based security systems are emerging. This is critical to protect against vulnerabilities, such as hacking, and will be an important aspect of how physical security and surveillance solutions are designed and implemented.

Security as a service: The cloud emerges

Cloud-based computing has touched just about every industry and it will continue to reshape the security and surveillance sector as well. Security can now be offered as a service that is managed remotely, freeing up valuable human and capital resources that no longer need to be on site at every location that requires monitoring. Secure remote access to security systems will increase in use, including by end users who want the convenience and real-time benefits of being able to monitor property and events without having to be physically present.

Cloud storage is another important aspect of how systems are becoming more efficient in this model. Much larger volumes of data can be stored, cost-effectively and securely, at dedicated server facilities, allowing users to archive video and associated data for longer periods of time and improve its accessibility as well.

More cameras mean Big Data

According to market researchers, video is now the fastest growing type of data in the world, and video generated by security and surveillance systems is no small reason. While this vast amount of video data is largely being used for security purposes, as mentioned above, it is increasingly valuable as a source of business intelligence.

However, there still remains a significant challenge to effectively manage and use the endless amounts of video data being generated, so-called big data.

Big data is difficult to process through traditional data processing applications. We expect to see more investment in tools and other resources that can effectively mine and derive actionable intelligence from the big data that security systems are producing.

This technology can put structure around vast amounts of unstructured video data, helping better understand significant patterns and trends.

In the coming years, look for improvements in and greater use of video management systems (VMS) to search big data in order to pull up relevant events, people, locations, times, colors and keywords. Such tools will assist business operators to turn big data into critical information that aids in loss prevention, marketing, operations, and customer service.

Cutting the cords

Wireless technology has transformed our lives in many ways, from mobile phones, to WiFi connectivity. We have already seen the benefit and convenience of remote security monitoring via smartphones and tablets. Video surveillance systems of up to ten network cameras can be managed entirely via mobile devices, no longer requiring a desktop PC to run video management software. Especially for SMBs, this significantly lowers the technology hurdle as users are more open to using a smartphone app than having to overlook a more comprehensive and detailed video management software on a desktop PC. It also reduces overall system and maintenance costs.

Expect to see more use of wireless technology in security and video surveillance, particularly as an enhancement to business optimisation and improvement of the customer experience.

The never-ending quest for more detail

Security operators have an insatiable appetite for more clarity and detail in the images produced by their video surveillance systems. This is especially true as the adoption of intelligent video analytics continues to grow.

So continued improvement in megapixel technology is certainly in our future. Enhanced techniques to handle challenging low-lighting conditions in new ways are coming to market, making cameras even more useful in a wider array of applications and use cases. These improvements, largely focused on expanding the wide dynamic range (WDR) capability of cameras, also provide enhanced detail for analytics to help decipher information. Look for continued adoption of 4K Ultra HD, which enables network cameras to see more details. With an HDTV or megapixel network camera, the resolution is at least three times better than an analog CCTV camera. And 4K Ultra HD offers four times the resolution of HDTV 1080p.

 

However, higher and higher resolutions also result in increasing storage consumption. Intelligent video compression algorithms such as Axis’ Zipstream technology allow for a reduction in storage needs by an average 50% or more.

This is achieved by analysing and optimising a network camera’s video stream in real-time. Scenes containing interesting details are recorded in full image quality and resolution while other areas are filtered out to optimally use available storage. Important forensic details like faces, tattoos or license plates are isolated and preserved, while irrelevant areas such as white walls, lawns and vegetation are sacrificed by smoothing in order to achieve better storage savings.

Analytics provides the brain for smarter systems

If IoT devices are the eyes and ears for increasingly interconnected systems, then analytics technology is the brain. We expect to see continued adoption of sophisticated video and audio analytics in the coming year, helping security systems evolve from passive monitoring to intelligent and adaptive recognition, situational awareness and analysis systems.

Analytics go far beyond security uses. Retailers, for example, are increasingly using video analytics to gain business intelligence insights that allow them to optimise shop floor plans, merchandise display or checkout queue management.

In our recent survey, ‘CCTV in Retail’, one third of retailers across Northern Europe want better customer insights such as age and gender analytics and other IP applications such as people counting, queue management and dwell time. This opens up entirely new user groups to video surveillance. For example, in-store traffic flow and behavior analysis can help guide advertising and promotion campaigns.

A growing concern for cyber security threats

While the vision of IoT is enticing for the convenience, capabilities and flexibility vast networks of connected devices offer, there is a growing risk for security threats and breaches as the number of entry points into a network dramatically increases. In a recent survey by Cisco, 73 percent of business decision makers said they expect the IoT to cause security threats to increase in severity over the next two years. More worrying, 78 percent of IT security professionals are either unsure about their capabilities, or believe they lack the visibility and management required to secure new kinds of network connected devices.

As a general rule of thumb, as you increase availability and access to any network device, it potentially increases exposure to cyber threats. Because security camera systems will become increasingly internet connected with the rise of the Internet of Security things, offering benefits such as remote access and third party integration, just as with other network connected devices, it is critical to do a risk assessment and implement security polices in the design and implementation of a network video system.

Risk assessments have been common practice in the design of physical security systems for years, particularly for enterprise installations. Integrators should apply the same thought process to the configuration of network video devices, even though unlike other devices on the networks such as laptops, desktop or mobile devices, a network camera is not exposed to the common threat of users visiting potentially harmful websites, opening malicious email attachments or installing untrusted applications.

However, as a network device, a camera or other connected physical security devices may expose risk. Consequently it is important to reduce the exposure area of these risks and minimising the attack surface area is a common cyber protection measure.  If devices, services and applications do not need to interact you should try to limit connectivity between them.  Additionally segmenting the video system from the core network is a good overall protection measure, thereby reducing risks of video resources and business resources adversely effecting each other.

The process of securing a video security system – or hardening it – is an increasingly necessary one for installers and IT personnel to understand. A good hardening guide provides a configuration strategy suited to specific user requirements to deal with the evolving threat landscape.

Axis uses the SANS Top 20 Critical Security Controls as a baseline for its hardening guide. A first step is an understanding and use of industry standard security protocols, including multi-level user authentication/authorisation, password protection, SSL/TLS encryption, 802.1X, IP-filtering and certificate management.

In addition, smart camera suppliers like Axis continuously update their cameras firmware with new features, bug fixes and security patches. To deal with the increasing risk, variety and volume of security risks, security systems users will need to stay on top of updates from their suppliers and take heed of best practices for preventing attacks through network camera-based systems.

 

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CT is  one of the longest history  supplier of installation CCTV and supplier of CCTV in Malaysia. We provide enterprise and entry-level CCTV solutions to organisations small and large, from large media owners to colleges and charities, retail , factory as well as Schools. indeed, we are one the no.1 provider for schools CCTV solution provider in West Malaysia.

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The advantages of IP CCTV( CCTV installer and supplier in Malaysia)

This article outlines the main advantages IP CCTV technology. Please call us on +604-2630178 or  if you have further questions.

You may see high definition CCTV called HD (high definition), IP, MP (megapixel) or network CCTV. They all refer to the same CCTV technology. This technology offers high resolution recording and playback of security footage on a network system.

What are the advantages of an IP CCTV system?

IP CCTV systems offer far superior image quality

The biggest advantage with a megapixel CCTV system is much, much higher resolution pictures. Trinity stocks IP cameras from 3 megapixels to 10 megapixels. A SD analog CCTV system can produce a maximumof a 700TVL which equivalent to around 0.4 megapixel. Today 20+ megapixel still cameras are commonplace which makes a 0.4 megapixel image from an analog CCTV system seem obsolete.

This high resolution is also retained by the NVR which means you will see the same level of detail as the live image when you play back your recorded footage and take stills from it. As the resolution is increased especially above 2MP you have the ability to digitally zoom into a pre recorded image without the picture pixilating as it does with a low resolution image.

Older technology DVRs in comparison record in CIF which gives about a quarter of the detail you got from your old, non HD TV. Today’s DVRs record in 4CIF which gives about the same level of detail as that same non HD TV. To get resolution that is similar or higher than a HD (high definition) TV you need a megapixel IP camera system.

Is the image quality all that’s important? It many instances, yes, particularly if you need to capture detail such as face recognition, to see what is being picked from your warehouse or what changes hands over your till. Poor quality images captured by basic analog systems can be all but useless for retrieving detail or attempting a positive identification. Many people are shocked the first time they try to use their analog recorded footage in this way – we have all become so used to high definition images on everything from our mobile phones to our TVs. So do take the time to consider the issue of image quality very carefully.

IP cameras cover a much wider area than analog CCTV cameras

An IP camera can cover a much wider area than an analog CCTV camera – for example a single IP camera can often easily cover the same area you would need up to four analog cameras for. This means in some situations installing an IP surveillance system is actually more cost effective plus you get the benefit of much more user-friendly footage from a single camera.

IP systems offer much more powerful search functions

Another advantage with an IP system is the playback and search functionality can be much better than even the most advanced analogue DVR. NVRs can include such features as object search – if an object goes missing you simply draw a box around the space it was in and the NVR will automatically search out activity in that area. If you are considering a CCTV system for a warehouse or a busy retail or restaurant environment it is likely you will often need to refer back to recorded footage. Don’t underestimate the time (and money) savings possible with an IP system’s back-end functionality – it can make a big difference.

IP systems offer superior expansion and wireless opportunities

An IP camera can be simply wired in to the nearest network switch where it uses the existing network infrastructure to take the video signal back to the NVR. This means some IP system installs require less wiring than an analog system would. Analog CCTV cameras also need to be wired directly back to the DVR which can limit the ability to install them in some situations (or make the installation very expensive).

IP cameras can also be integrated with a wireless network allowing almost unlimited expansion. Analog wireless CCTV systems are fraught with problems, particularly from interference on the radio frequency band they transmit on (this is becoming more and more prevalent).

NVRs can often record a mix of high and lower resolution IP cameras which allows you a larger range of camera options and price points. It also means you can upgrade a camera to a higher resolution model in the future without having to change the recorder.

IP systems are likely to be the future of CCTV

The reality is we now live in a high definition world. More and more companies (and home owners) are upgrading existing CCTV systems for IP. Eventually IP CCTV will be the standard for CCTV installation. The technology is changing so quickly that there is always a newer and better option six months later in for both analog and IP products. However, IP will provide you with a longer term solution.

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TOP 4 BENEFITS OF MOVING FROM ANALOG TO IP VIDEO CCTV SURVEILLANCE( CCTV system)

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Security cameras have become a common feature of modern security systems. However, technology continues to move forward and analog systems are becoming outdated. More and more facilities are moving away from analog to IP video surveillance systems. There are a number of reasons for this, ranging from budgetary to technological. Let’s look at the top four of them:

  1. Image Resolution – All analog video cameras use the NTSC analog video standard, which was created in the 1950s. No matter what the camera’s manufacturer claims the image quality is, it is still being transmitted and recorded using this standard. It is an absolute cap on image resolution that you can’t get around. On the other hand, IP cameras come in a broad range of resolutions (measured in megapixels, or MPs) from which to choose depending on your specific requirements. For example, a 1.3 MP IP camera (generally the lowest resolution camera on the market) has almost 4 times the resolution of an analog camera. With this added resolution, faces become clearer, license plates become easier to read and larger areas can be covered by a single camera.
  2. Scalability – Generally, analog cameras run a coax cable transmitting the video to a VHS recorder, which records straight to video tape or a DVR (Digital Video Recorder), which turns the analog signal into a digital signal for storage and review. The problem with this is that the VHS or DVR has a finite number of ports that cameras can be plugged into. Once you max out that number of ports, you would need to either buy a new VHS or DVR with more ports or a second, separate machine to run the additional cameras. IP video networks have the clear advantage when it comes to adding new video cameras. First, since IP cameras connect to the IT network, there is no limit to the number of cameras that can be connected. Second, the need to run a cable from the camera to the DVR is eliminated – you only need to run a cable to the nearest network switch. In addition, in IP-based systems the video is recorded using NVRs (Network Video Recorders), which use multiple hard drives and often employ a backup technique know as RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) to disperse the data across multiples hard drives for data safety and efficiency. Finally, since the data is being transmitted digitally, it can be transmitted across the internet, allowing for multiple locations to utilize the same NVR, meaning that a new video system does not need to be set up at each site, allowing for scaling beyond your existing facility.
  3. Ease of Installation – Many find it hard to believe but at this point IP video security systems are actually quite easy to install. Today, most IP cameras are actually plug-and-play, the same way your computer’s webcams are. In addition, the cabling is easier as well. With an analog camera, which has a single cable that can only transmit its video signal, it will also require a separate power cable and, if you want added functionality such as PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) controls for the camera you’ll need another cable for that. However, IP cameras use a single cable that can be used for everything. Using PoE (Power over Ethernet), IP cameras can be powered through the same cable that transmits the video signal and any PTZ commands. Finally, as mentioned above, since IP cameras run on the network, you don’t have to run the cable all the way back to the DVR. Instead, you only need to run it to the nearest network switch.
  4. Analytics – Historically, analog CCTV systems were very reactionary. They used human monitoring to catch events in real time and stored past video feeds for review to reconstruct events after they have happened. When monitoring, someone would have to sit at a bank of monitors and watch the screens for any situations developing. This was a very time and labor-intensive activity and was dependent on human infallibility, which we know doesn’t exist. Occasionally the person watching the monitors would miss something because he or she was looking at the wrong screen at the wrong time or just suffering from fatigue after staring at the screens for hours and hours. Then, with the advent of Video Management Systems (VMS), video security became pro-active. Software was introduced that could monitor all the video feeds simultaneously, using analytics to detect potential situations developing before they actually occur and trigger alarms that humans can respond to accordingly. These analytics include facial recognition, loitering, line crossing, object taken and many more.

As the technology continues to improve, we see the cost of IP cameras dropping as well. As the cost of IP cameras becomes more competitive with analog cameras, combined with the above-mentioned benefits of improved image resolution, scalability, ease of installation and the ability to apply video analytics, now is the time to move your video security system from analog to IP. To learn more about how to begin the process, download our whitepaper “Transitioning from Analog to IP Video”.

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CT is  one of the longest history  supplier of installation CCTV and supplier of CCTV in Malaysia. We provide enterprise and entry-level CCTV solutions to organisations small and large, from large media owners to colleges and charities, retail , factory as well as Schools. indeed, we are one the no.1 provider for schools CCTV solution provider in West Malaysia.

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