Industry Innovations

December 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Dec2009, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p87
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the industrial innovations made by several companies. It says that Speco Technologies redeveloped a new wall-mounted covert digital video recorder (DVR) that can be easily handled. Furthermore, Aiphone Corp. reformulated its intercom system where its hands-free door answering intercom uses only two wires to the door station and four wires between interior stations. Moreover, JVC Corp. rebuilt its fixed dome cameras which now have real white balance and 3D noise reduction.


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