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Read: Top 5 Physical Security Predictions for 2020

Top 5 Physical Security Predictions for 2020

Keep a close eye on artificial intelligence, facial recognition, physical identity management, blockchain and cybersecurity.

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Read: Top 10 Countries and Cities with the Most Video Surveillance

Top 10 Countries and Cities with the Most Video Surveillance

The U.S. has the most security cameras per capita, followed by China, but can you guess which country has the most cameras deployed overall?

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Read: Keeping Students Safe on the Bus with Mobile Video

Keeping Students Safe on the Bus with Mobile Video

Canyons is a large Utah School District that has equipped its bus fleet with open platform, mobile video surveillance for student safety and incident investigation. Find out how their best practices can help your school district benefit from mobile video surveillance solutions.

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Read: Iowa to Launch Governor’s School Safety Bureau

Iowa to Launch Governor’s School Safety Bureau

The new school safety bureau will provide training, an anonymous tip line and help with evaluating digital threats.

Read: How Nemours Children’s Health System Leverages Video Integration to Deliver Better Patient Care

How Nemours Children’s Health System Leverages Video Integration to Deliver Better Patient Care

In addition to traditional security and monitoring functions, Nemours Children’s Hospital uses its video management platform to deliver unique services to the radiology and cardiology units, behavioral health clinics, perinatal care and more.

Read: Viking Electronics Introduces New Panic Button

Viking Electronics Introduces New Panic Button

A built-in microphone allows a called party to silently monitor or engage in two-way handsfree communication.

Read: Activists: Facial Recognition on College Campuses Decreases Security

Activists: Facial Recognition on College Campuses Decreases Security

Fight for the Future and Students for Sensible Drug Policy launched a website and toolkit calling on students to take part in their advocacy campaign.

Read: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ $1 Million Panic Button System Doesn’t Work

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ $1 Million Panic Button System Doesn’t Work

Investigative reporting by The Charlotte Observer found district officials did not run the $1.75 million investment by the school board.

Read: Former CI Editorial Director Tom LeBlanc Hired as NSCA’s First Director of Industry Outreach

Former CI Editorial Director Tom LeBlanc Hired as NSCA’s First Director of Industry Outreach

LeBlanc, who led our sister publication Commercial Integrator for nearly a decade, has returned to the AV industry in this newly created position.

Read: Oklahoma School District Implements New Student ID Policy

Oklahoma School District Implements New Student ID Policy

Students are now required to wear their ID badges or face disciplinary action.

Read: 5 Considerations When Choosing Campus Security Cameras

5 Considerations When Choosing Campus Security Cameras

Ask these questions when shopping for a new or upgraded video surveillance system your for school, university or healthcare facility.

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