A privacy lawsuit in Battle Creek, Mich., centers around the use of video surveillance inside a women's locker room for police officers. Four plaintiffs reached a settlement on Wednesday.
Stephen Sellner · March 24, 2016
The newly released technology allows VMS administrators to predesignate first responders who can access security camera feeds for situational awareness.
SSI Staff · March 24, 2016
The global perimeter intrusion prevention systems market is projected to reach $20.4 billion by 2019 at a CAGR of 8.54%. The report also broke down into three segments: access control systems, surveillance systems and alarms and notifications systems.
SSI Staff · March 23, 2016
The state has contracted with Stanley Security Solutions to provide a multilayered approach to combating contraband in state prisons.
Rodney Bosch · March 22, 2016
The WinnaVegas Casino Resort recently pushed its chips into a major facilities expansion. It raised the stakes, gambling on the ability to integrate an existing analog video surveillance system with new IP networked cameras and VMS — and won big.
SSI Staff · March 21, 2016
The tail-end of a horrific crime was caught on surveillance camera, as well as a disgruntled customer at an auto store going a bit too far with his frustration.
Stephen Sellner · March 18, 2016
The benefits are obvious when it comes to 4K video. But there's more to consider -- and install -- before expecting your 4K video surveillance system to deliver the ROI you expect.
Duane Richendollar · March 17, 2016
A market research report predicts the video surveillance market to reach $71.28 billion by 2022 at an estimated CAGR of 16.56%.
SSI Staff · March 17, 2016
As with any other building, a video surveillance system needs to cater to the unique characteristics of the facility. Those challenges are amplified with churches and worship facilities, where a welcoming environment is paramount.
By Martin Sinderman · March 16, 2016
The Saginaw Police Department is receiving a new video management software (VMS) to store more video from the city's surveillance cameras. City Council approved the purchase on Monday.
Stephen Sellner · March 16, 2016