Maybe too much after all
Update : Review available
In the consumer segment off course, but at $299 for the indoor model and $350 for a ruggedized outside model it looks like a pretty sweat deal. Can’t wait to get my hands on a system.
“The video security market is characterized by expensive, hard-to-install and hard-to-use security systems, as well as poor-quality monitoring cameras”
One day, they will be targeting COM objects distributed by NVR vendors or NVRs in general. All it takes is one weak spot and all hell can break loose.
Right now, they are targeting SCADA systems!!
It reminds me of our first web interface. We simply wrote a custom HTTP handler that did NOTHING but serve up images and video. No execution of scripts or arbitrary code on the server (no CGI, ASP, PHP or any such thing). Was it flawless? No, but when IIS had a UNC/unicode problem that allowed a visitor to delete random files on the server (which actually happened on our web-site), we just cruised through it.
Interesting story about high-tech (GPS) used to track convicts.
Officials say the backlog grew because they lacked software to run an ongoing report of all unresolved cases. That is, supervisors in Southern California were working only with reports of new alarms, rather than a report showing previous alarms that had not been cleared.
Story in bnet
I should not be that hard, but I guess it is. Associated press reports that roughly half the cameras in the NYC Subway are not working for one reason or other.
Disappointing story here