Maximizing Perimeter Surveillance with “Slew to Cue” Capability

Eric Olson, Vice President of Marketing
PureTech Systems

Video surveillance command centers typically consist of a large number of cameras providing video to a security guard, whose job it is to view them, assess situations and coordinate a response. Studies show that an individual can effectively view a bank of video monitors for an average of only 20 minutes. This presents a significant workload issue. However, today’s video analytics software can help operators detect and react to intrusion situations.


Message Oriented Middleware – The Future of SCADA

Arlen Nipper, President & CTO
Cirrus Link Solutions

This article explores how the MQTT protocol combined with Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) brokers can improve current SCADA infrastructures by drastically reducing the latency of critical alarm and event notification while increasing access to data currently left stranded in intelligent field devices.  MORE

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