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.
Brigid Farm, a New England-based cannabis firm, has upgraded security at its production facilities and retail spaces with a new video management system from Salient Systems. Read more about the solution in this case study.
Round1 Entertainment, a multi-entertainment facility offering bowling, arcade games, billiards, karaoke and other activities in an indoor facility complex upgrades its video surveillance solution to deal with not only internal and external thefts, but injury claims as well.
The Star of Hope Mission serves Houston’s homeless communities with help for their immediate crisis needs and with longer term life-changing recovery programs. The organization needed to install a security system at the Women and Family Development Center that would allow them to provide a safe environment in which their clients could recover.
The healthcare organization based in Washington state has begun a journey of unifying its video surveillance and access control under one platform, yielding better situational awareness, streamlining investigations and providing an additional level of safety and security to staff and patients alike.
Security and business optimization in logistics calls for a multi-tiered approach – a solution that addresses security while streamlining operations, reducing costs and increasing revenue. So, what is the role of video security systems in logistics and how can these devices support a versatile, flexible approach while generating more revenue?
The university is using a video management system fully integrated with its video surveillance and access control systems to reduce unnecessary on-site attendance as part of the University of Vermont's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advanced VMS solutions are increasingly integrated with most hardware implementations to ensure that an organization’s business operations, risk mitigation and security objectives are aligned. This is becoming even more of a challenge with the complexity of evolving physical security systems. Yet, there are great opportunities for cutting-edge VMS platforms to excel.
Two common options for surveillance and perimeter protection are visible cameras with near infrared illumination capabilities and thermal imaging cameras—both are optimal for distinct situations. However, optimal lighting isn’t always available or guaranteed, especially when a scenario calls for 24-hour awareness for security applications, including outdoor, remote, or rural locations, or if there is need to see beyond the fence line to identify and react to incoming threats.