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Evolving Security Technology Makes Invention the ‘Mother of Necessity’

The adage used to be "necessity is the mother of invention." Nowadays in the security space, it appears the inverse is true.


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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

Indiana lawmakers voted on Thursday to allow police to withhold the release of footage obtained by body cameras and dashboard cameras if they feel it will hinder investigations or put someone in harm's way. Stephen Sellner · March 14, 2016

Surveillance video of a group of burglars running out of a house after the home security alarm sounded leads off this week's edition of Surveillance Videos of the Week. Other videos include a business featured on ABC's show "Shark Tank" targeted by a thief and a man stealing a running car out of a woman's driveway. Stephen Sellner · March 11, 2016

More and more cities want homes and businesses to register their surveillance cameras with police to help respond to crimes and 911 calls. Indianapolis hopes to model their program after the robust one in Atlanta. Stephen Sellner · March 11, 2016

Town officials in Wethersfield, Conn., want to install video surveillance systems at six of its seven schools. However, they want to open up the project to a bidding process because they believe the price tag is too high. Stephen Sellner · March 09, 2016


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