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Archive: March 2016

Report: Video surveillance now a given in public transport

Posted on March 28, 2016
Category: Transportation

Once just a niche technology that was not widely deployed, video surveillance systems are now ubiquitous in public transportation across the world, according to one relatively new study. In 2015, the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) spearheaded an effort to learn more about how video surveillance was being used on buses, trains and subway cars around the world. They polled people from 74 organizations located in 30 different countries, talking to public transport authorities, operators, station owners and infrastructure managers.  Read More


Why old buildings sometimes circumvent physical cabling

Posted on March 14, 2016

In most buildings, laying down cables is the best option for establishing and improving connectivity. It's usually more robust than wireless options, is harder to take offline and is generally more secure and reliable. So, with all these benefits in mind, why do some companies decide that physical cabling is not for them?  Read More


How College Campuses Benefit from Video Surveillance

Posted on March 02, 2016
Category: Education

Colleges and universities are often sprawling, dynamic environments that bring people together from all over the world and regularly host unique festivals and events. Some of these institutions might occupy most of a town, while others might take up a modest-sized city block. Either way, there are a number of threats that law enforcement and campus security need to constantly be on the lookout for.  Read More