The right video management system can make an organization smarter and more efficient, as well as more secure. A new resource for businesses—particularly multisite businesses—aims to help security leaders evaluate cloud video surveillance systems.
Six onboard cameras and low-bandwidth video streaming technology will capture footage on the Mayflower Autonomous Ship's (MAS) missions. On its maiden voyage this spring, MAS will trace the route of the 1620 Mayflower, sailing from Plymouth, UK, to Plymouth, MA, only this time there will be no human captain or crew on board as the 15m, lightweight, hybrid-electric powered trimaran crosses the Atlantic.
Technology continues to evolve at a pace that creates an environment where the abundance of choices and information can sometimes become overwhelming. Having a conversation about what current video surveillance technology can do in simple terms is helpful, as a security leader in charge of technology within the organization must sift through the available options and capabilities that weren’t readily available in the recent past.
Repurposing video surveillance and artificial intelligence and analytics traditionally used for security initiatives within the healthcare space can increase positive patient interactions and bring additional value to your current electronic physical security solutions.
One of the largest public train operators in the United Kingdom, Southeastern Rail Network, upgraded its analog legacy system to a smart video security solution for securing 12 train depots, including five unmanned locations, against theft and intrusion.
Olymbec, one of the largest, privately owned industrial real estate holders on the East Coast, manages upwards of 300 properties throughout Canada and the U.S. The company needed to upgrade its video surveillance to improve security as well as increase rentability.
As businesses and schools seek to bring people back to brick and mortar establishments, it’s going to be important to make customers, students and teachers feel comfortable, in addition to simply following guidelines. Customers are going to have to feel that it’s worth going out, versus shopping on-line. For retailers, that comfort might in part be derived from visible occupancy monitoring efforts and automated voice-down messages when people aren’t wearing masks or keeping their distance.