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Wide-Ranging Wireless Video Surveillance Opportunities on Tap

“Tech Talk” columnist Bob Dolph talks wireless video surveillance with a Fluidmesh Networks executive.


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Check out six of the biggest security camera installation fails ever in this slideshow. SSI Staff · June 26, 2015

The Department of Homeland Security has given a $75,000 grant to Temple Israel of Great Neck. The temple will install access control and video surveillance solutions. SSI Staff · June 26, 2015

Video surveillance footage shows a 10-year-old girl and her two-year-old sister jumping out of their family’s car after a man climbed inside and drives off with the vehicle. SSI Staff · June 25, 2015

Research conducted for the National Retail Federation surveyed 100 senior loss prevention executives from various sectors in the retail market during March and April of this year. Rodney Bosch · June 25, 2015

Samsung’s ‘Safety Truck” uses a wireless camera on the vehicle’s front grille to display images on a video wall on the rear of the truck, allowing vehicles behind to big rig to see if another car is approaching, and pass the truck when the coast is clear. SSI Staff · June 24, 2015

Craighead County (Ark.) officials will use grant money to add video surveillance cameras and access control systems at courthouses in an effort deter criminal activity. SSI Staff · June 24, 2015

A video surveillance camera at a shopping mall in Malaysia shows shoppers tumbling down like dominoes after an escalator suddenly malfunctioned. SSI Staff · June 23, 2015

As loss prevention technologies become IP-enabled, several are being co-opted by IT and other business units for other functions beyond just LP. SSI Staff · June 23, 2015

New York State Troopers are asking residents in upstate New York for video surveillance footage of suspicious activity that may help authorities find Richard Matt and David Sweat, who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility. SSI Staff · June 19, 2015

Houses of worship throughout the nation are reviewing security measures following the massacre at Emanuel AME where nine people were killed. SSI Staff · June 18, 2015




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