Every year the Network Optix team journeys to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
We go to see new concepts. We go to demo new products. We go for inspiration. We go for the buffets.
The 50th year of the show - like every other year - was filled with everything from holograms to EEG Brain Control. Yup. Seriously.
All talk of buffets aside, the real value of our annual CES pilgrimage is the opportunity to identify emerging trends that will dominate the Consumer and Enterprise marketplaces in the next 12 months, and to move our products forward in the VMS space.
In this article we review the 3 tenets that drive the Nx Witness strategy for how the product is being developed - and why Nx thinks IP video has a bright future outside of confines of the security vertical.
Nx Witness v3.0 is a huge leap forward - with a new Cloud-enabled architecture, the ability to connect from anywhere to your system with just an email address and a password, a brand-spanking new user Desktop interface with an embedded browser, an easier-than-ever installation process, an updated screaming-fast mobile app, and an all new Nx Lite Client for the Nx1.
Ever wondered what are the most popular IP Cameras used in Nx Witness? Wonder no more. The Nx Witness 2017 recaps the most popular IP cameras by brand, type, and streaming resolution.
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We had two servers, seventy-five meters of cable, five IP cameras, a cardboard box half full of business cards, and a whole galaxy of multi-colored brochures as we headed into the desert...
Perhaps the most notable thing about CES 2017 was how little tangible products mattered.The start of this year's CES was something that could be felt rather than seen - the rise of artificial intelligence.
Drones returned to Vegas with more cameras and camera mounts for video surveillance and cinematic capture, giving users the ability to create lots of content for all the screens in your life.
We look forward to the day that the computer of a television wirelessly connects to the TV and can be stored in an out-of-site location, with the television hanging on the wall as a magnificent painting ready to stream content.
Every year the Network Optix team journeys to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).We go to see new concepts. We go to demo new products. We go for inspiration. We go for the buffets.
Last month, as part of Nx's dedication to keeping up with the latest tech trends, the Nx team attended the Microsoft Tech Leaders Forum. This is what we learned.