Future-Proofing Your Campus Video Surveillance System
There are five video surveillance trends experts are expecting to see in the next 12 months that no campus protection professional should ignore.
In all likelihood, your school district, college campus or healthcare facility has some type of video surveillance system installed (there’s a 94% chance, according to Campus Safety’s latest Video Surveillance Survey). However, do your security cameras provide your organization with all the information you need? There is a good chance they don’t.
Fortunately, the right video surveillance system can provide your campus with a wealth of data in addition to the images your security cameras are recording. These insights and analytics can help your campus security leaders adapt to new environments to make your school, institution of higher education or hospital more safe and secure.
The applications vary greatly. Depending on the video surveillance system you install, it can assist your security personnel in controlling access and traffic flow, pinpointing incidents and searching for people and/or objects. It can also obtain actionable vehicle information with license plate recognition. It can even help protect secluded or restricted areas by sending notifications to appropriate campus security personnel when an area is breached by unauthorized individuals.
The efficiency and effectiveness of non-security operations can also be improved with the right solution. The applications of video surveillance are practically endless.
However, there are five trends experts are seeing that can’t be ignored by campus protection professionals who want to fully leverage the power of video surveillance.
In Campus Safety’s February 10 webcast, titled “Experts Weigh In: The Future of Video Surveillance,” Tim Solomon and Jody Russell of Eagle Eye Networks will discuss the core ingredient to security and data management, how to shape your security strategy to get a higher return on your investment in video technology and more trends you need to know to get the most out of your video surveillance investment.
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