Police in Arlington, Texas, will ask for $2.9 million in public funds to pay for body cameras and video surveillance storage equipment.
Stephen Sellner · May 10, 2016
For NYC's School of Visual Arts' access control and video surveillance project, the relationship between integrator, software developer and administrative stakeholders played a key part.
By Monique Merhige · May 09, 2016
A St. Louis neighborhood is finally getting the video surveillance cameras its been hoping to install for the last decade.
Stephen Sellner · May 05, 2016
Total Recall specializes in large-scale citywide video surveillance solutions.
Rodney Bosch · May 03, 2016
A new program in Washington, D.C. will provide rebates to home and business owners to help them purchase video surveillance cameras in exchange for registering them with the District.
Stephen Sellner · May 03, 2016
The adage used to be "necessity is the mother of invention." Nowadays in the security space, it appears the inverse is true.
By Ronnie Pennington · April 28, 2016
A new entrant to the low-cost video surveillance market, Vigilant is paying a flat $100 fee to licensed contractors to install four- and eight-camera kits purchased by consumers.
Rodney Bosch · April 28, 2016
When does security go too far? Some are outraged over the use of video surveillance cameras inside the bathrooms of the Central Library in downtown Minneapolis.
Stephen Sellner · April 28, 2016
The fully cloud-managed video surveillance platform by Eagle Eye Networks is billed as providing secure, remotely accessible video management.
SSI Staff · April 26, 2016
Can airports remotely monitor air traffic control from hundreds of miles away? It appears the surveillance technology exists to do just that.
Stephen Sellner · April 25, 2016