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How does the cloud impact video surveillance?

SMEs discuss the impact cloud has at Cloud+

AUSTIN, Texas—Several professionals in video surveillance—bringing expertise in verification, data storage, consumer video and professional video—gathered here at Security Systems News’ third annual Cloud+ to discuss how the cloud will impact camera technologies.

What else can you do besides provide security solutions?


YARMOUTH, Maine—Integrators know they don’t have a choice. The days of impressing end users with bells and whistles are gone. Now more than ever, installation and application of security technologies confront the big question that turns another page in the industry—and is still as old as business itself: “Can this help us make money?”

Drones have a place in security

SSN poll: 71 percent think drones are good for business

YARMOUTH, Maine—Drones have applications in physical security, according to 76 percent of respondents to Security Systems News’ latest poll. In fact, about half of poll respondents said they are working with drones already.

Oncam Grandeye to have eyes in the sky

CyPhy Works integrates Oncam cameras into drones

LOWELL, Mass.—Oncam Grandeye, based here, will have its 360-degree fisheye cameras in drones from CyPhy Works, Jumbi Edulbehram, Oncam Grandeye regional president Americas, told Security Systems News.

Oncam Grandeye to offer analytics, cloud service

Jumbi Edulbehram is new head of the Americas for 360-degree camera provider

LOWELL, Mass.—Jumbi Edulbehram said he didn't join 360-degree camera provider Oncam Grandeye just to sell cameras. "I've done enough of that," he said. He's interested in expanding Oncam Grandeye into video intelligence and cloud service.

Edulbehram joins Samsung


RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—Samsung Techwin America has appointed industry veteran Jumbi Edulbehram to the role of director of business development.

Next Level Security Systems growing

NLSS to announce Matrix partnership, new audio analytics

CARLSBAD, Calif.—Next Level Security Systems executives say their sales revenue more than doubled in 2012 over 2011, and they’re projecting more of the same for 2013.

Next Level Security rolls out advanced certification courses


CARLSBAD, Calif.—Next Level Security Systems, a provider of networked security solutions, today announced its new series of certification classes, according to a company statement.