The Atlanta Public Schools System's (APS) IP video surveillance solution is part of an initiative to upgrade its older analog cameras on an ongoing basis. From a command center, officers monitor the police department’s radio system, located in the same site as the emergency 911 system, so that Atlanta police are immediately aware if an emergency situation arises at one of the APS facilities.
Scott Goldfine · October 02, 2014
A media tour presented by ASIS Int’l examined security/life-safety risks and solutions at major Atlanta locales and operations including the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, MARTA, Delta and the police department’s Video Integration Center.
Arlen Schweiger · September 26, 2014
Orlando police officers admit that some of the citywide security cameras have been broken for weeks.
SSI Staff · August 25, 2014
Officials in Irmo, S.C. have approved installing a 52-camera surveillance system in Community Park to deter crime.
SSI Staff · August 20, 2014
The police department is blaming low bandwidth for low quality video that the citywide surveillance system records.
SSI Staff · July 23, 2014
The town of Coward installed the video surveillance system to deter vandals from destroying public property.
SSI Staff · July 22, 2014
The Pineville Police Department has installed six cameras in a town park and has requested local businesses to buy cameras that police can monitor.
SSI Staff · July 17, 2014
The city of Columbia has hired Statewide Security Systems to install more cameras throughout the municipality.
SSI Staff · June 18, 2014
The Fremont Police Department want to install surveillance cameras and license plate readers near the freeway to track criminals coming in and out of town.
SSI Staff · June 16, 2014
Cameras will supplement security measures at various city facilities.
SSI Staff · May 23, 2014