Retail is a dynamic market, constantly changing and evolving due to the economic climate, buyer behavior, and the rise and fall of criminal activity. As shoplifting and employee theft continue to be chief sources of shrink, it is becoming increasingly clear to retailers that their existing tools such as analog CCTV systems are ineffective.
In light of increasing violence at schools across the country, Onondaga Central School District decided to put a preventative security strategy in place to help protect its school property, 1,000 students and 180 faculty.
Attracting students from across the country, Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) is the largest and fastest growing community college in Iowa and is committed to providing each student the freedom to learn and enjoy the college experience in an orderly, safe, and lawful manner.
The state-ofthe-art technological solutions provided by Axis include: an IP infrastructure that is easy to install and appropriate for all types of terrain; an HDTV video network that may be monitored remotely via PC, tablet or smartphone; 34 thermal network cameras and 2 IP cameras that provide reliable surveillance and a reduced risk of false alarms.
The advantages of using megapixel cameras with advanced IP video surveillance management software. By Milestone
Network camera experts – Axis, and CCTV lighting specialists – Raytec, held a series of test nights throughout the dark winter months of 2011 and 2012. The test nights were designed to help all security professionals tackle some of the most common practical issues when using lighting in conjunction with
network cameras to achieve high performance CCTV images at night.
Like thousands of other businesses worldwide, your retail operations may already have a significant investment in powerful and dependable DVRs and analog cameras, but you’re thinking about making the leap to IP.
As a leading dealership of luxury automobiles, Al Nabooda must provide a safe and secure environment for its employees and customers, and provide deterrents to minimize damages to vehicles in the showrooms, workshops and parking areas and prevent theft. To accomplish these needs, Al Nabooda introduced an enterprise-wide initiative to have a centralized physical security system.
In this Case Study G.H. Kim, Manager of Lotte Department Store in Busan, was looking to improve the image clarity provided by security cameras watching parking entrances. He explained that the store receives claims of damage to cars while parked in the store’s lots.
Like most police departments today, the Monroe Police Department had potential vulnerability to accusations of unwarranted or excessive force, officer misconduct or lack of accountability from inmates held in the building’s jail. Although these types of claims have been rare for the Monroe Police Department, the chief of police and the town council still believed it would be wise to take steps to protect the police department from liability claims.