Video Surveillance

Read: Global Video Analytics Market Forecast to Be Growing 21.5% Annually

Global Video Analytics Market Forecast to Be Growing 21.5% Annually

The demand for video analytics software is being driven by its ability to be integrated with legacy analog, IP or megapixel cameras within establishments.

Read: Alabama District Improves Security at 17 Campuses

Alabama District Improves Security at 17 Campuses

The upgrades include access control, security cameras, lighting, gates and fences, as well as solutions to reduce energy and operational costs.

Read: Nearly 4 in 10 Security Cameras Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks

Nearly 4 in 10 Security Cameras Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks

Outdated firmware and recycled passwords make many security cameras vulnerable.

Read: 13 Horrifying Installations That Will Give You Nightmares

13 Horrifying Installations That Will Give You Nightmares

Mislabeled emergency equipment and exposed wires and blocked sensors — OH, MY!

Read: SRO Arrested for Child Abuse After Slamming Student to the Ground

SRO Arrested for Child Abuse After Slamming Student to the Ground

The alleged incident involving an SRO and teen was caught on the school’s video surveillance system.

Read: NIU Plans to Install More Security Cameras in Campus Residence Halls

NIU Plans to Install More Security Cameras in Campus Residence Halls

In addition to video surveillance, the plan also includes locks and visitor management.

Read: 9 Solutions That Prevent School Bullying

9 Solutions That Prevent School Bullying

Anonymous tip lines, video surveillance and adult supervision are just a few of the ways your campus can combat student-on-student abuse.

Read: How Campuses Can Stream Robust and Reliable Wireless Video via WiFi

How Campuses Can Stream Robust and Reliable Wireless Video via WiFi

The latest WiFi technology can provide secure, reliable video surveillance throughout a large area and quickly deliver a cost-effective, cable-free solution.

Read: Delaware District Installing Security Cameras in Its Elementary Schools

Delaware District Installing Security Cameras in Its Elementary Schools

Total investment in the K-12 campus video surveillance project will exceed $500,000.

Read: NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

CS Higher Education Director of the Year Ronald Hurley has taken to social media to improve communication between the public safety department and students.

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