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Catch of the Month Newsletter

Posted by Amy Hite on April 6, 2014

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Defender Surveillance Camera Monitoring for Video Security

Posted by Amy Hite on January 2, 2014

Defender surveillance cameras are a popular commercial video camera manufacturer. They show up 881,000 times in Google search results. Defender surveillance cameras can be a part of an effective security solution. Numerous studies (1, 2, 3) show that video surveillance systems…

VideoIQ Surveillance Camera Monitoring for Video Security

Posted by Amy Hite on January 1, 2014

VideoIQ surveillance cameras are a commercial video camera manufacturer. They show up 76,000 times in searchresults.VideoIQ surveillance cameras can be a part of an effective security solution. Numerous studies (1, 2, 3) show that video surveillance systems can reduce crime with…

Video Surveillance Vital in Arrest of Copper Thieves

Posted by Amy Hite on August 30, 2013

In Bryan County, OK, as in the rest of the United States, copper theft is not an uncommon occurrence. Incidents are reported multiple times a week, and the county’s residents and businesses have suffered a number of power outages as a result.Last month, a local railroad received…

Law Enforcement Agencies Seek Increased Access to Surveillance Footage

Posted by Amy Hite on August 27, 2013

Having immediate access to live video surveillance footage of in-progress crimes has proven to be an effective way to minimize damage and apprehend suspects, and police agencies across the country are eager to gain access to the live video feeds of many cameras already installed…

D.C. Police Pushing for Real-Time Monitoring

Posted by Amy Hite on August 19, 2013

Since the installation of neighborhood crime cameras in 2006, Washington, D.C. police have been increasingly relying on video footage pulled from surveillance cameras as a primary investigative tool. Although real-time monitoring still isn’t an option for the MPD, investigators…

Copper Theft Deemed “Like an Epidemic” in the US

Posted by Amy Hite on August 14, 2013

While the dangers and detriments associated with copper theft are certainly nothing new, the topic has once again made headline news for spreading “like an epidemic” throughout the United States. Copper theft has turned into a $1 billion dollar industry, and the FBI has long…

Cloud-Based Video Surveillance

Posted by Amy Hite on July 31, 2013

 While video monitoring providers have long been using aspects of cloud computing in their systems, surveillance industry professionals and analysts foresee an upcoming increased emphasis on cloud-based infrastructure. In its annual white paper on video surveillance trends…