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Smart City devices to top 1 billion in 2025

Global unit shipments of smart city devices, which are internet-connected devices used in smart city projects, will increase from 115.4 million in 2015 to 1.2 billion in 2025. Although in 2015 North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific each received approximately one-third of unit shipments, the Asia-Pacific region will receive over half of all device shipments by 2025, according to IHS Inc., a leading global source of critical information and insight.

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V&A embraces IP surveillance technology

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) has selected Canon network cameras as part of a new visual surveillance solution. The museum houses some of the most valuable collections in the art and design world, and needed a security solution that could effectively monitor the safety of both visitors and exhibits. 66 Canon cameras are already in use at the museum, including 14 VB-H630D and 52 VB-H730F, with plans to expand this number exponentially in the next few years as the project progresses.

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Lilin plug-n-play cost-solution debuts at Ifsec

The Lilin award-winning products have been engineered for deep integration with many leading home automation companies; including AMX, Crestron, Control4, Elan, RTI, Savant Systems and URC, allowing full control of recording solutions and security cameras. This company believes that this straightforward integration is only possible through Lilin's commitment to the CI market, resulting in a smart, stable, reliable, convenient and efficient home solution for the user.

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Airlive brings improved internet surveillance experience

People are now used to searching and exchanging information, transferring data, watching streamed videos, listening to music and much more, over the internet. Today, there are many more smart appliances that support Wifi configuration to connect with the internet.  A conventional wireless AP can only connect via 2.4GHz which is now an extremely crowded frequency,  and perhaps nowadays wireless AP may not be sufficient to provide stable and fast wireless connection. To improve the situation, Airlive has launched a new AP, AC-1200R, featuring 802.11ac wireless technology to provide 2.4G and 5G dual band wireless connectivity, which enable the separation of bandwidth use to offer faster and a more stable wireless internet experience.

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