Smart Cities Conclave at Varanasi

Hikvision Partakes the BW Businessworld and Varanasi Smart City’s National Smart City Conclave in Varanasi on 13th October 2017. Varanasi Municipal Corporation and Varanasi Smart City Limited, Government of Uttar Pradesh, along with Businessworld Media Group, has organized Smart City Conclave – a national summit on urban infrastructure, IT & transportation on 13th October 2017 in Varanasi. Hikvision participated as the security partner of the event which was a perfect forum to showcase their wide range of products and solutions for smart city surveillance requirements. Varanasi, one of the oldest…

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Videonetics Secures FIFA U-17 at Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata

Videonetics, the leading visual computing platform development company, has been selected as the technology provider to secure Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata, for the largest football tournament ‘FIFA U-17 World Cup’ India, 2017. Covering an area of 76.40 acres, the stadium has the seating capacity of nearly 85,000. An international tournament like the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 attracts huge masses of both Indian and International visitors including dignitaries, VIPs and government officials. Considering underlying challenges associated with this massive occasion, Videonetics has successfully designed and deployed a combined solution…

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Enhanced Ethernet Technology (ePoE)

The current strongly developing surveillance industry has given rise to a significant number of solutions and technologies that can be divided into two main areas – Analog Technology and Network Surveillance Technology. Analog surveillance systems adopt a point-to-point connection to transmit data directly from one device to another – namely, an analog camera connected by coaxial cable to the port of a DVR allows the camera feed to be viewed, thus achieving its surveillance functionality. If the camera feed is to be viewed remotely, a remote network connection must be…

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Bridging Privacy and Cybersecurity for Federal Systems

Because information technology (IT) deeply affects privacy at individual and societal levels, systems should be built in a trustworthy manner, consistent with widely recognized, high-level privacy principles such as the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs). The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) regularly conducts research into technology, aiming to improve innovation and competitiveness, thereby advancing U.S. national and economic security and quality of life. Much of NIST’s previous guidance into the trustworthiness of systems in various technical areas – including cybersecurity, cloud computing, big data, and cyber-physical systems –…

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