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WTC Official Refused to Pay to Install 2-Camera Surveillance System

A Port Authority of New York and New Jersey official refused to pay for the installation of a $4,000 two-camera video surveillance system to monitor the World Trade Center.


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A Port Authority of New York and New Jersey official refused to pay for the installation of a $4,000 two-camera video surveillance system to monitor the World Trade Center. SSI Staff · March 26, 2014

Prism Skylabs' Steve Russell showed off possible applications to help retailer analyze security video footage more closely during the Gigaom Structure Data 2014 conference. SSI Staff · March 25, 2014

Adoption rates are expected to vary by region, led North America, Western Europe and Asia/Pacific over the next five years. SSI Staff · March 24, 2014

The global market for wearable computing devices is expected to see a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 43.4%. SSI Staff · March 24, 2014

Start off ISC West by attending the official ceremony for the 2014 SSI Hall of Fame inductees. Scott Goldfine · March 24, 2014

A year after a man was shot and killed in the Toronto-based Yorkdale Mall parking lot, mall personnel have installed a $3.4 million system, which includes 29-megapixel surveillance cameras that provide a 360-degree view. SSI Staff · March 22, 2014

Just weeks after it announce plans to drop its DIY home automation system, Verizon is said to be prepping the FiOS Quantum Gateway and a Zigbee module. By Rachel Cericola · March 21, 2014

Four middle-aged woman who walked off with an autographed wrestling shoe once worn by Hulk Hogan — and valued at $5,500 — at Hogan's Beach Shop in Florida were caught on surveillance video. SSI Staff · March 20, 2014

Los Angeles police and law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California are expanding their use of surveillance technology, according to a news report. SSI Staff · March 19, 2014

Security dealers will lose more than 50% of their current market share on the home automation industry as telcos, cable companies and retailers gain strength, according to a new report from ABI Research. By Jason Knott · March 19, 2014




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