Milestone Systems

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Storage Architecture XProtect Corporate

    This paper describes the storage architecture in Milestone XProtect Corporate IP video management software, and the new additions introduced in release 4.0 of XProtect Corporate. Milestone XProtect Corporate supports a unique storage architecture for video surveillance systems, which offers the system administrator or integrator the flexibility to design the storage...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    How to Select an IP Video Management Solution: A Strategy for Managers to Systematically Compare IP Video Management and Surveillance Systems

    This paper presents a strategy for managers and organizations to systematically evaluate IP video management solutions by explaining what an IP video management system is and providing a list of criteria to consider in selecting a system. The benefits of Internet Protocol (IP) technology are driving a major change in...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Lens Calculations - Do the Math: A Step-by-Step Guide to Lens Parameters and Calculations for Video Surveillance Cameras

    Off late there is no technical reason why the image on an IP camera should not be top quality. If there are problems with the image, it is more than likely down to the lens not being the right one for the job. Selecting the right lens for the application...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // May 2009

    The Value of an Open Platform for Video Surveillance

    IP network cameras (also known as digital cameras) and IP networking are transforming video surveillance. According to ABI Research, the video surveillance industry is at a key inflection point between analog and digital technologies and could expand from USD 13.5 billion in sales in 2006 to USD 46 billion in...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Best Practices in Video Surveillance Storage: A Guide for IT and Security Managers on the Reliable Storage of Surveillance Video

    This paper discusses video surveillance storage options, their evolution from DVRs and Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to Storage Area Networks (SANs). It also discusses the importance of selecting a storage system optimized for recording video from multiple cameras. The paper concludes by providing a paper on a solution using a...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    A Higher Degree of Protection for Schools: IP Video Surveillance

    Schools and colleges should be safe havens for education. Unfortunately, like every other part of society, they suffer their share of crime and violence. This paper introduces administrators and school security managers to IP (networked) video surveillance systems. It explains how these systems improve the quality of video surveillance, providing...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Megatrends in Video Surveillance: A Guide to Today's Leading Trends in Video Surveillance Technology and Practice

    This paper introduces to many of these latest developments, including important innovations like wireless IP surveillance networks, video analytics, biometrics, and integration with access control and other systems. Knowledge of these trends can help one make better decisions as one seek to improve the performance, effectiveness and business value of...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Keeping Watch on the City: IP Video Surveillance

    IP (networked) video surveillance, on the other hand, introduces a wide range of new benefits and capabilities to video surveillance. These benefits include easier, less expensive installation; wireless cameras; higher image quality; more automation; video analytics; and greater cost effectiveness. By installing or transitioning to IP video surveillance, cities can...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    A Better Watchman for Trucking: IP Video Surveillance

    The trucking and freight distribution industry face some of the hardest security challenges. As distribution centers and container parks grow and the number of incoming and outgoing trucks increases, so do the opportunities for theft, fraud, injury, and costly inefficiencies. Modern container parks are a good example of the security...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    IP Video Surveillance Solutions in Harsh Environments

    As the overall security industry continues to move towards Internet Protocol (IP) based video surveillance, the possibility of deploying video surveillance solutions in harsh outdoor and often remote environments has been met by strong customer demand. For this reason, many integrators are being forced to learn how to design and...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Battening Down the Hatches: IP Video Surveillance and Access Control

    IP networking has transformed both video surveillance and access control. But perhaps the most exciting thing about this IP revolution is how it enables one to connect these two security essentials through organization's network. Such integration adds exciting new capabilities to video surveillance and access control - as well as...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Improving Video Surveillance With Megapixel Cameras

    This paper will discuss why many video surveillance systems don't perform the way they should and how megapixel IP network cameras controlled by robust IP video surveillance management software provide a much better solution. It also explains how a system using megapixel cameras can actually save money over a system...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    IP Video Surveillance: The High-Margin Opportunity That's Growing Fast

    The demand for IP video surveillance is growing fast, creating a lucrative market for Value-Added Resellers (VARs) and security integrators who embrace this technology and take advantage of the many new opportunities it provides for increasing margins and sales. A major driver in this paradigm shift is IP video surveillance...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    The Business Case for IP Networked Video Surveillance

    Over the past three years, here at Security Director News and Security Systems News have developed a conference focused on the emergence of IP-ready physical security technology - TechSec Solutions is moving into its fourth year as the premier event in the market that addresses these very questions. Of course,...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Best Practices in Video Surveillance Storage: A Guide for IT and Security Managers on the Reliable Storage of Surveillance Video

    This paper discusses video surveillance storage options, their evolution from DVRs and Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to Storage Area Networks (SANs). It also discusses the importance of selecting a storage system optimized for recording video from multiple cameras. The paper concludes by providing a paper on a solution using a...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    A Higher Degree of Protection for Schools: IP Video Surveillance

    Schools and colleges should be safe havens for education. Unfortunately, like every other part of society, they suffer their share of crime and violence. This paper introduces administrators and school security managers to IP (networked) video surveillance systems. It explains how these systems improve the quality of video surveillance, providing...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Megatrends in Video Surveillance: A Guide to Today's Leading Trends in Video Surveillance Technology and Practice

    This paper introduces to many of these latest developments, including important innovations like wireless IP surveillance networks, video analytics, biometrics, and integration with access control and other systems. Knowledge of these trends can help one make better decisions as one seek to improve the performance, effectiveness and business value of...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Keeping Watch on the City: IP Video Surveillance

    IP (networked) video surveillance, on the other hand, introduces a wide range of new benefits and capabilities to video surveillance. These benefits include easier, less expensive installation; wireless cameras; higher image quality; more automation; video analytics; and greater cost effectiveness. By installing or transitioning to IP video surveillance, cities can...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    A Better Watchman for Trucking: IP Video Surveillance

    The trucking and freight distribution industry face some of the hardest security challenges. As distribution centers and container parks grow and the number of incoming and outgoing trucks increases, so do the opportunities for theft, fraud, injury, and costly inefficiencies. Modern container parks are a good example of the security...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Lens Calculations - Do the Math: A Step-by-Step Guide to Lens Parameters and Calculations for Video Surveillance Cameras

    Off late there is no technical reason why the image on an IP camera should not be top quality. If there are problems with the image, it is more than likely down to the lens not being the right one for the job. Selecting the right lens for the application...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    How to Select an IP Video Management Solution: A Strategy for Managers to Systematically Compare IP Video Management and Surveillance Systems

    This paper presents a strategy for managers and organizations to systematically evaluate IP video management solutions by explaining what an IP video management system is and providing a list of criteria to consider in selecting a system. The benefits of Internet Protocol (IP) technology are driving a major change in...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    IP Video Surveillance Solutions in Harsh Environments

    As the overall security industry continues to move towards Internet Protocol (IP) based video surveillance, the possibility of deploying video surveillance solutions in harsh outdoor and often remote environments has been met by strong customer demand. For this reason, many integrators are being forced to learn how to design and...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // May 2009

    The Value of an Open Platform for Video Surveillance

    IP network cameras (also known as digital cameras) and IP networking are transforming video surveillance. According to ABI Research, the video surveillance industry is at a key inflection point between analog and digital technologies and could expand from USD 13.5 billion in sales in 2006 to USD 46 billion in...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Battening Down the Hatches: IP Video Surveillance and Access Control

    IP networking has transformed both video surveillance and access control. But perhaps the most exciting thing about this IP revolution is how it enables one to connect these two security essentials through organization's network. Such integration adds exciting new capabilities to video surveillance and access control - as well as...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Improving Video Surveillance With Megapixel Cameras

    This paper will discuss why many video surveillance systems don't perform the way they should and how megapixel IP network cameras controlled by robust IP video surveillance management software provide a much better solution. It also explains how a system using megapixel cameras can actually save money over a system...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    IP Video Surveillance: The High-Margin Opportunity That's Growing Fast

    The demand for IP video surveillance is growing fast, creating a lucrative market for Value-Added Resellers (VARs) and security integrators who embrace this technology and take advantage of the many new opportunities it provides for increasing margins and sales. A major driver in this paradigm shift is IP video surveillance...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    The Business Case for IP Networked Video Surveillance

    Over the past three years, here at Security Director News and Security Systems News have developed a conference focused on the emergence of IP-ready physical security technology - TechSec Solutions is moving into its fourth year as the premier event in the market that addresses these very questions. Of course,...

    Provided By Milestone Systems

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Storage Architecture XProtect Corporate

    This paper describes the storage architecture in Milestone XProtect Corporate IP video management software, and the new additions introduced in release 4.0 of XProtect Corporate. Milestone XProtect Corporate supports a unique storage architecture for video surveillance systems, which offers the system administrator or integrator the flexibility to design the storage...

    Provided By Milestone Systems