Safti, a Belgian home improvement retail organization, used to employ a legacy surveillance solution to secure their store. IP cameras from IDIS have improved their security posture, according to the firm. Read more about the case study here.
Banks, like other businesses, are taking precautions to make customers feel safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Placing physical distancing markers on the floor, sanitizing ATMs, installing plexiglass partitions at teller booths and requiring scheduled appointments are just some of the ways financial institutions are mitigating risks for customers. Video surveillance can play a vitally important role right now, as banks look to ensure compliance with these new COVID-related safety measures. IP cameras with intelligent security analytics can help rapidly and accurately detect compliance issues, as well as other suspicious or atypical behavior. After all, banks must continue to monitor physical security even throughout the pandemic and today’s IP cameras with intelligent system-on-chip (SoC) technology can help lessen this burden with highly accurate notifications.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and ACLU of Maryland filed a lawsuit against the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) to challenge the constitutionality of deploying a wide-area aerial surveillance program.
With three models to choose from (mini indoor dome; D/N indoor dome; IP67 weather-rated D/N bullet camera) this line of IP cameras all offer full HD 1080p at 30 frames per second, a 2-megapixel progressive scan CMOS image sensor, H.264 and motion JPEG compression, power over Ethernet and microSD cards for on-board storage.