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The B.C. Transit is looking to install a digital CCTV system for its buses to deter violence and vandalism on buses. SSI Staff · May 27, 2014

WyreStorm Technologies' Christian Thomas gives a preview of the must-see products the firm will showcase at InfoComm 2014. SSI Staff · May 23, 2014

Cameras will supplement security measures at various city facilities. SSI Staff · May 23, 2014

Officials with the New York Police Department believe that drones could help the city combat crime as well as help the fire department determine the extent of a fire. SSI Staff · May 21, 2014

UTA will deploy 1,722 cameras on buses and trains, 470 on station platforms, 326 in parking lots and 144 at other UTA facilities. SSI Staff · May 16, 2014

A new report by Transparency Market Research names increased security and safety concerns as reasons that the video surveillance market will experience a compound annual growth rate of 19.1% from 2013 to 2019. SSI Staff · May 15, 2014

Learn how Iluminar's super long-range LED infrared lights help The Weather Channel's Tornado Track crew chase storms. Rodney Bosch · May 14, 2014

HDcctv Alliance Chairman Todd Rockoff responds to some of the points raised in an April article titled “HDcctv: Back to the Future, or Ahead to the Past?” By Todd Rockoff · May 13, 2014

The Vallejo Police Department will launch Operation V-Cam, a city-wide surveillance program, to help curb crime. SSI Staff · May 02, 2014

Residents in the city of Compton are outraged that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department tested aerial surveillance in 2012 without their knowledge. SSI Staff · April 29, 2014

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