HD-CVI 3.0: Is THIS the Future of Analog CCTV (part 3)?

HDCVI 3.0

Recently, I wrote 2 articles questioning what the future of analog hi-def video security (pt. 1 HD-CVI and pt. 2 HD-TVI) is or will be. And like part 2, I wasn’t planning on a part 3 or continuing this as a series. But, the speed and enormity of how hi-def analog CCTV keeps growing and changing (and […]

Home Safety Check List

How safe is your home? Certain things can leave you more open to getting ripped off and robbed by crooks, thieves and low-down dirty robbers. Do you know what to look out for? Here’s a list of 50 ways your home is vulnerable to crime. #37 is weird because not everyone lives…well, you’ll see. 1. […]

HD-TVI: The Future of Analog CCTV (part 2)?

Ok, I wasn’t planning on a “part 2” to “The Future of Analog CCTV” or turning this into a series. But guess what? Looks like I am now. In 2012, there was a break through of 2 new hi-def over coax CCTV formats that came out (and 1 in 2013) and are in competition with one another […]

47 Ways Your Bar is Being Robbed

Below is a list of 47 ways your bar is being robbed. How many of these bartender and server scams do you know? How much of this do you know is happening to YOU? No offense, but I’m glad I don’t own a bar because you own or operate one of the EASIEST businesses to scam. […]

21 Things a Burglar Won’t Tell You

Here’s 21 Things a Burglar Won’t Tell You from University of Missouri criminology professor Richard T. Wright’s book, “Burglars on the Job”, based on interviews with 105 locked-up crooks. 1. “Of course I look familiar. I was here last week cleaning your carpets, painting your shutters, or delivering your new refrigerator.” 2. “Thanks for letting me use […]

HD-CVI: The Future of Analog CCTV (part 1)?

Ok, what is HD-CVI? Well, technically speaking, HDCVI stands for: High Definition Composite Video Interface. But what this really means is that this fairly new CCTV technology (Nov. 2012) from Dahua Technology provides a different way of transmitting hi-def video signals over coaxial cable. That’s it, really. Up until CVI was available, analog CCTV video was limited […]