Before the pandemic essentially made it a necessity, many universities had already begun investing in touchless access control solutions to improve campus safety.
The ban prohibits all local law enforcement agencies and campus police departments from using the technology unless expressly authorized by the state legislature.
The team’s state-of-the-art security operations center is powered by RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall video wall processor.
A UC Berkeley survey asked 76 cybersecurity experts to rank nine smart city technologies based on underlying technical vulnerabilities.
To protect the integrity of video footage, IDIS created a technology that assigns a unique fingerprint to each video frame.
Earthquakes, flash floods, tornadoes and other severe weather were caught on video surveillance at these schools and hospitals.
In one video, a woman has a laughing attack when her dog decides that her furry hood would make for a fun chew toy.
IDIS will shares it end-to-end video solutions with education administrators and senior leaders at the virtual conference.
While video surveillance is often used to deter crime or help with investigations, these clips show heroes caught in action.
This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.
This session will focus on improving college campus threat assessments, response and cyber safety in the post–COVID world.