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New IP-based security cameras will give administrators the capability to remotely view video footage on mobile devices. SSI Staff · February 15, 2016

Video surveillance footage captured a California pizza delivery worker celebrating a life-changing lottery win. Other top videos captured on camera include a drunk man in China falling down an elevator shaft and a man failing miserably trying to steal an expensive knife set. SSI Staff · February 12, 2016

IDIS announced the release of a new full HD 30x Optical Zoom PTZ Camera, a video surveillance camera featuring Smart UX Controls. SSI Staff · February 11, 2016

With video surveillance cameras coming to school buses in Gunter Independent School District, bus drivers can now focus more on the road and less on maintaining order and safety on the bus. SSI Staff · February 11, 2016

A Swiss and Italian team is close to giving drones the ability to use their video surveillance images, combined with an algorithm, to help guide lost hikers onto the right path. SSI Staff · February 11, 2016

Police in Wenatchee, Wash., are searching for a missing 23-year-old male and are asking nearby businesses to contribute any video surveillance footage they have during the timeline of his disappearance. SSI Staff · February 10, 2016

The company says the NVRs provide all-in-one network video surveillance solutions. SSI Staff · February 10, 2016

Bay Area Rapid Transit is spending $1.42 million to install IP cameras on all trains; technicians have already started installing the additional security cameras. SSI Staff · February 09, 2016

Other top videos include neighbors disputing over a Ten Commandments sign and a dog gets abandoned by its owner. SSI Staff · February 08, 2016

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority says its $3.6 million security operations control center has proven hugely beneficial in solving crime since opening in November. SSI Staff · February 08, 2016




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