Video Surveillance Technology

Read: Body Temperature Scanning Systems 101: Here’s Your Technology Primer

Body Temperature Scanning Systems 101: Here’s Your Technology Primer

Body temperature scanning systems are cropping up left and right as a response to COVID-19 restrictions, but how can a campus determine which one is right for their organization?

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: Shooter Detection Systems to Distribute X.Labs Fever Screening Device

Shooter Detection Systems to Distribute X.Labs Fever Screening Device

Feevr, an AI-based thermal imaging technology that detects elevated body temperatures, is being used by businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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: UCLA Drops Plan to Use Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

UCLA Drops Plan to Use Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

A group ran more than 400 pictures of UCLA athletes and staff through facial recognition software and found 58 were incorrectly matched with mugshot database photos.

Read: Johnson Controls’ Illustra Pro Gen3 Bullet Features Smart WDR

Johnson Controls’ Illustra Pro Gen3 Bullet Features Smart WDR

The Pro Gen3 Bullet includes Illustra IntelliZip bandwidth management, effective failover redundancy, cybersecurity and video intelligence analytics.

Read: LSU Stalking Victim Told Campus Security Cameras Don’t Work Properly

LSU Stalking Victim Told Campus Security Cameras Don’t Work Properly

University officials deny the stalking victim’s claims that an LSUPD detective told her the cameras act as a deterrent rather than a surveillance device.

Read: Video Surveillance Data Storage: 6 Things to Consider for Your Campus

Video Surveillance Data Storage: 6 Things to Consider for Your Campus

Whether you’re in the market for a new video surveillance system or want to make sure yours is up to par, data storage capabilities are crucial.

Read: How to Evaluate Competing Technology

How to Evaluate Competing Technology

A systematic approach will help to ensure your organization makes the right public safety and security technology purchasing decisions.

Read: Making the Case for Video Surveillance Upgrades

Making the Case for Video Surveillance Upgrades

Video surveillance can be used for a wide variety of security and business tasks, making it an excellent investment. Download this FREE report to learn how you can justify the expenditure.

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