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Researchers at the University of Central Florida received a $1.3 million grant from the National Institute of Justice for a project that is trying to develop video surveillance analysis technology to help investigate crime scenes. Stephen Sellner · April 20, 2016

Lawmakers in South Carolina are pushing to increase safety and situational awareness at daycare facilities by making it mandatory for all facilities to have surveillance cameras. Stephen Sellner · April 19, 2016

DTI Group will provide advanced video systems on light rail vehicles. The initial contract is valued at more than $2.5 million, plus options valued at more than $6 million. SSI Staff · April 19, 2016

Consumer Technology Association’s 14th Annual State of the Builder Technology Market Study finds that home technology installations are helping builders recover from the recession. SSI Staff · April 19, 2016

Three school districts received an upgrade in their video surveillance systems and it's making a positive impact. By Anna Boudinot · April 18, 2016

Tomsk Polytechnic University in Russia has developed an algorithm that allows video surveillance cameras to identify criminals in a large crowd setting. Stephen Sellner · April 15, 2016

Eyewitness Surveillance, a provider of remote interactive video surveillance solutions, announced it is expanding into Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, N.Y. SSI Staff · April 15, 2016

An attempted rape of a female student at a high school in Maryland was stopped after police saw the events unfold on video surveillance, police say. Stephen Sellner · April 14, 2016

As technology continues to improve, video surveillance applications continue to see better results thanks to better video management systems. April 13, 2016

When does surveillance become too intrusive? Privacy advocates are calling foul on the NJ Transit for its use of audio recordings on its light rail trains. The trains also have video surveillance, which don't seem to bother people as much. Stephen Sellner · April 12, 2016




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