CCTV

Read: Newman Univ. Turns to IDIS to Improve Aging Video Surveillance System

Newman Univ. Turns to IDIS to Improve Aging Video Surveillance System

Newman University was searching for a solution that requires minimal training for its contracted security officers and has minimal maintenance charges.

Read: Johnson Controls Releases HD Encoder for Analog, IP Camera Integration

Johnson Controls Releases HD Encoder for Analog, IP Camera Integration

Encoder hardware adapts analog video to be sent over IP networks, helping CCTV systems upgrade to a modern IP video surveillance organization.

Read: 3 Things to Consider Before Updating Hospital Security Infrastructures

3 Things to Consider Before Updating Hospital Security Infrastructures

Before you embark on any infrastructure upgrades, discuss your hospital’s incident history with a trusted advisor since demographics often change as the age and use of the facility change.

Read: Why Using Thermal Sensors Could Enhance Surveillance

Why Using Thermal Sensors Could Enhance Surveillance

Here’s how to utilize thermal sensors when traditional cameras may fall short, like during challenging weather conditions such as rain or snow.

Read: Aiphone Announces IX Series 2 Peer-to-Peer Video Intercom Solution

Aiphone Announces IX Series 2 Peer-to-Peer Video Intercom Solution

Next generation video intercom features SIP compatibility, enhanced CCTV control, line supervision and backward compatibility 

Read: How Cal State Northridge Put the Brakes on Parking Lot Crime

How Cal State Northridge Put the Brakes on Parking Lot Crime

CSUN uses video analytics to identify incidents as they happen and has reduced grand theft auto by 60 percent.

Read: Adelphi’s New College of Nursing Gets Clean Security Bill of Health

Adelphi’s New College of Nursing Gets Clean Security Bill of Health

University implements video surveillance and identification card solutions to protect its massive new complex.

Read: Support from the Top Helps UWG Police Department Succeed

Support from the Top Helps UWG Police Department Succeed

The open door policy at the University of West Georgia allows the police department to easily request additions to its budget.

Research Firm Expects Bombings in Boston to Spur CCTV Spending

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