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The new, $50 million Sandy Hook Elementary School was opened to the public on Friday and it features state-of-the-art security measures, including video surveillance cameras, card readers and other features. Stephen Sellner · August 02, 2016

The Sacramento Police Department is adding 10 more video surveillance cameras to downtown outside of the Golden 1 Center. Stephen Sellner · August 01, 2016

In 2015, the global market for video surveillance outpaced both the access control and intrusion alarm systems. SSI Staff · July 29, 2016

A report found critical gaps in video surveillance at Newark Liberty International Airport and LaGuardia Airport. The report states there's a lack of security cameras in terminals, baggage area and other critical parts of the airports, threatening their security. Stephen Sellner · July 29, 2016

Thirty security cameras equipped with license plate recognition software are being installed in Bronxville, N.Y. SSI Staff · July 22, 2016

Pharmaceutical company Option Care went to Protection 1 in need of a security system but with a list of specific regulations it needed to comply with from a legal standpoint. That was no problem for the folks at P1, who came through and delivered a solution that earned them the 2016 SSI Integrated Installation of the Year (multisite solution) award. Scott Goldfine · July 21, 2016

Instead, it's believed that manufacturers seizing market share from competing vendors is fueling the increased supply concentration. Rodney Bosch · July 20, 2016

Poor resolution may have caused some of the more than 90 downtown security cameras to have missed the deadly shooting on July 7. Rodney Bosch · July 20, 2016

BlueWave leveraged Arteco’s Open Connector, an integration platform that facilitates the interoperability between systems and devices. SSI Staff · July 18, 2016

A Pennsylvania security company is seeking $1.3 million in attorney fees after it was found that the Philadelphia School District racially discriminated against the company when awarding a video surveillance contract to a minority-owned company in 2010. Stephen Sellner · July 18, 2016




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