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Know what’s just as important as having a pair of human eyes monitoring all the glorious footage a good security camera system produces? Maintenance! See this story out of Cleveland, Ohio, about the problems their public transportation agency is having with broken cameras. (Spoiler: Don’t miss the year-and-a-half waiting time for repair.)
Read up on “Threats to VoIP and What to Do about Them” in this Tek-Tips whitepaper. (Free registration required.)
A surveillance camera at a Brooklyn, NY car dealership showroom caught the unluckiest man of the wee hours getting smashed by a wall of ice. See here for a description and some vids.
Once again we see the value of a good security camera system. Today’s lesson takes us to PhonesUSAplus’ hometown of Culver City, CA (technically we’re in L.A. but who cares?). Get schooled.
Check out this local news story from Greece, New York. It explains how the home surveillance market is getting a boost there and how one burgled homeowner caught his home invader.
An interesting article about the California city of Fremont’s plan to install surveillance cameras around town. It is one of many debates occurring in the country about the balance between security and privacy.
exacqVision is now integrating their software with Platesmart’s license plate recognition (LPR) technology. Take a look at the press release for the details.
Check out this link to an article about the future of security camera technology. Our sharp-eyed sources tell us that the advantages of sharper, more efficient, more cost effective cameras cannot be underestimated.
Here’s a small piece of good news: Security cameras played an integral role in the arrest of a suspect earlier today, according to this report from USA Today.
Investigators gathered a plethora of evidence from various surveillance sources:
“CNN’s John King quotes the sources as saying that surveillance video from a nearby Lord & Taylor department store was key in the investigation. ‘The camera from Lord & Taylor is the best source of video so far,’ said Dot Joyce, a spokeswoman for Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino tells the Boston Globe. ‘All I know is that they are making progress.'”
We are sending our love to Boston.
**NOTE: Later reports from today have stated that no suspect has been arrested yet, but rather two persons of interest are being sought thanks at least in part to security footage.**