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Lot 3, Block B,
Subang Light Industrial Park,
Off Jalan Subang 2,
USJ 1, 47610 Subang Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.

14, Jalan Medan Ipoh 9,
Bandar Baru Medan,
31400 Ipoh,
Perak, Malaysia.


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The video surveillance report 2018

Oct 9, 2018
The video surveillance report 2018
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The fourth annual edition of The Video surveillance report sets out, like previous editions, to gauge industry perceptions and experiences of the latest innovations in network cameras and video surveillance systems. Once again sponsored by IDIS, the report shares findings based on a survey of hundreds of professionals working in the field – from installers and integrators to consultants and heads of security.

We asked end users about their existing systems – when they were last upgraded, whether they sourced from a single manufacturer and whether they’d yet migrated to IP. We assessed which hardware end users were most likely to upgrade next as well as the comparative importance of image resolution, video analytics, data compression technologies and more.

This report also picks up on two side-effects of the growing power, effectiveness and breadth of applications – now beyond just security-related ones – of video surveillance: growing storage needs, driven by higher resolutions and video analytics, and the growing importance of high availability – ie, avoiding system faults.

Cybersecurity, naturally, warranted its own chapter and we also explored the use of deep learning analytics and VGA/HDMI video
encoders and how highly end users rated technical support from manufacturers.


Topics include:

  • Installed base
  • Upgrading & innovation
  • VGA/HDMI video encoders
  • Deep learning powered video analytics
  • Systems faults & critical failover
  • Cybersecurity
  • Technical support

source from : ifsecglobal

To fight crime, let*s have a national CCTV policy

Oct 2, 2018
To fight crime, let*s have a national CCTV policy
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Saturday, 20 Jan 2018.   

SUBANG JAYA: The Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) has proposed that the Government establish a national policy on closed-circuit television (CCTV).

Its vice-chairman Datuk Seri Ayub Yaakob said the proposal was made during the one-day Selangor MCPF townhall discussion on effective strategies in prevention of crime and drug abuse here Saturday.

“We have seen billions of ringgit being spent and CCTVs installed everywhere, but none of them followed any regulation or policy to assist in crime prevention and criminal investigations.

“Therefore, we urge the Government to formulate a policy as a means of regulating CCTVs as has been implemented in developed countries such as Japan, South Korea and the United Kingdom,” he told a press conference after the discussion.



He said MCPF would forward the proposal to the Government soon.

“It is about time that our country has a policy to regulate the installation, quality and contribution of CCTVs to address related issues,” he said.

Meanwhile, Selangor police chief Datuk Mazlan Mansor said the policy would help in facilitating crime investigation.

“The CCTV should be refined in terms of recording and quality to enable police to easily obtain evidence in an incident.

“We often find that CCTVs were not functioning when we wanted to obtain footage from them,” he said, attributing the fault to lack of maintenance. – Bernama.

Source from   The Star Online 

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