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Surveillance Footage Shows Person of Interest In Times Square Bomb Case

May 3, 2010
The footage, which is shot from a vantage point inside a nearby restaurant, shows a slender, balding man removing a garment near what appears to be a piece of luggage.

Fatal Stabbing Shows Gaps In NYC Subway Surveillance

April 6, 2010
Without any video footage of the attack, the NYPD returned to the lower-tech practice of circulating fliers without a description of the suspect.

Oklahoma County Sheriff Deploys HD Surveillance System at Prison

April 1, 2010
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office (OCSO) has deployed Avigilon's high definition (HD) surveillance system at its 268,000 square-foot detention center, a move designed to save the agency more than $10 million annually in personnel costs and will reduce the incidents of false liability claims.

Crime In California City's Park Is 'Nonexistent' With Video Surveillance

February 4, 2010
Using a four-camera wireless video surveillance system, the Hawthorne Police Department has made crime "virtually nonexistent" in a 6.2-acre city park.

Helinet Technologies Brings Aerial Surveillance Video to Mobile Devices

February 3, 2010
Breakthrough capability from Helinet Technologies allows ground personnel to view encrypted, real-time aerial video feeds on their BlackBerry and Windows Mobile Smartphones.

Super Surveillance

February 1, 2010

In preparation for Super Bowl XLIV, the Miami-Dade Police Department coordinated with the FBI, Sony Electronics, a local security integrator and other emergency managers to install video surveillance that provides full coverage, smooth video handling and crowd control.

Unblinking Eyes

December 29, 2009

Modern wireless networks and new battery technologies make it possible to locate surveillance cameras and listening devices virtually anywhere and without breaking the bank to do it.

Portable Surveillance Trailer

November 19, 2009
Wanco's portable surveillance trailer allows police to view and control cameras from a self-sustained remote location using a personal computer and an Internet connection. Pan-tilt-zoom cameras and an integrated digital video recorder make site monitoring easy. Users can control the cameras, access live and recorded video, and configure the equipment remotely or via the integrated control center. Up to four cameras can be mounted atop an electrically hoisted mast.

Extra Eyes Patrol City's Streets

September 1, 2009

Fed up with rising criminal activity, a local crime commission in Lancaster, Pa., decided in 2001 that video surveillance cameras might be the answer to making the town safer.

Mobile Telescoping Surveillance System

August 12, 2009
Venture Tec's MVS is a lightweight, rapid deploying, telescopic mast for elevated video surveillance. By attaching directly to the vehicle's hitch receiver, it can easily relocate to surveillance areas, thus optimizing detection ability.

Motorola Wireless Video Surveillance Helps LAPD Reduce Crime

June 9, 2009
"Technology is an important way a small police department with a big job, like LAPD, has any chance of providing public safety," says Deputy Chief Charlie Beck. "Motorola's mesh network was the technology we wanted to use and they stepped up to the plate in a big way."

The Value of Video Review

May 22, 2009
To say reviewing the video footage was boring would be putting it lightly…but something caught Postiglione's eye.

Digital Ally Assists Law Enforcement Agencies With Grants

May 12, 2009
Digital Ally Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security, and commercial security applications, is prepared to help law enforcement agencies secure funding for equipment purchases under various government programs.

VideoFOCUS Pro v3.0

May 1, 2009
VideoFOCUS Pro v3.0 from Salient Stills captures, edits, and exports audio within video files, providing a critical audio complement to video surveillance. Most significantly, this upgrade adds multiple video and image filters, rapid editing of video files, and audit trails, further assisting law enforcement and government agencies conducting crime scene processing.

High-Definition Network DVR

April 1, 2009
IRES Technology’s new Pentaplex DVR employs a high-profile hybrid engine to deliver the effect of H.264 compression without any compromise on features, functions, or performance. The product is easy to operate via the included USB mouse or remote control and has crystal clear picture quality, both over the network and during playback.

Telescopic Pole Camera for Patrol

December 1, 2008
TacView is announcing an affordable IR/color telescopic pole camera designed to be carried in a patrol car trunk. Because its original SWAT version was also popular with patrol officers, TacView now has a new version, the TacView PV (patrol version), that is designed to be carried in a patrol car trunk.

VRAD Video Radiological Adapter

November 1, 2008
Zistos Corp.’s new patent pending VRAD Video Radiological Adapter generates an early warning by enunciating radiological alarm events on the surveillance video screen. This can alarm against an act of terrorism or industrial sabotage, using a dirty bomb or radiological materials as a contaminant. The system cost-effectively adds radiological detection into fixed or mobile surveillance camera systems using existing video cameras, cables, and monitors.

Spillman Releases Jail Imaging Software

October 8, 2008
Spillman Technologies officially released Spillman Sentryx 6.0 to nearly 500 public safety personnel at the annual Spillman Users Conference held in Salt Lake City this week.

Thermal Imaging Camera

August 1, 2008
The ruggedized Mini Thermal Monocular-V2, Insight’s law enforcement camera model, assists in the detection, recognition, and identification of potential suspects or victims. Its compact, lightweight form and excellent image quality make the MTM-V2 a versatile tool for reconnaissance, surveillance, and search and rescue.

Fully Adjustable Infrared Illuminator

August 1, 2008
Videolarm’s IR200-36 Infrared Illuminator for night video surveillance illuminates distances from 100 feet to 660 feet. With the IR illuminator’s patent-pending adjustment mechanism, the projecting beam angle can be easily adjusted manually from 30, 45, and 60 degrees using any flat-head screwdriver.
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