The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) which presently has over 860 officers equipped with body worn cameras will equip 7,000 officers with body worn cameras by the end of 2017. The $69.6 million plan to purchase new cameras was approved by The Los Angeles City Council this year. If all goes as said, then LAPD… More LAPD will equip 7000 officers with body worn cameras
While shopping for an outdoor security surveillance camera to secure your family or property, every security camera gives us a conviction that it’s a perfect choice; but in reality is not. Here are some features you ought to look out in them. Weather resistant- Cameras installed outside a premises will be exposed to errant weather… More What to look for in an outdoor security surveillance camera
Located 79 Nautical miles North of San Francisco, the Port of West Sacromento has chosen DNF Security Video Storage Solution for its surveillance project upgrade. The port being a transportation hub needed a solution that requires continual video surveillance throughout their facilities. As their current video surveillance storage solution was not satisfying their security demands,… More Port of West Sacramento chooses DNF Security Video Storage for Surveillance project
Drones operating in and around US Airports will surely have tough time ahead from now on. With reports of drones causing trouble at airports increasing day by day, the Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) of United States has decided to use anti drone rays to protect the flying zones. Also known as Anti-UAV Defense System(AUDS), these devices… More Federal Aviation Administration to use anti drone rays in order to protect US airports
Video surveillance storage selection is a tough task to make and solely depends on the objective of having a surveillance solution in place, the hardware which is being deployed( Analog or IP camera) and the stipulations to be followed while recording the video(resolution, recording frames per second.…). What most of you out there fail to… More For how long Video Evidence must be maintained
Computer scientists from Purdue University of United States are working on a technology which will allow law enforcement forces to break into 30 million security surveillance cameras which aren’t password protected or are using default passwords. The technology is said to help law enforcement to take advantage of information that’s streaming out of these devices.… More US law enforcement can break into 30 million security surveillance camera soon
Security Researcher Mike Olsen has accused Amazon for selling security cameras filled with malware. In general, all those devices connected to internet are always prone to malware and ransomware (the latest). As soon as the hackers find a weak access point they immediately use the access point for their own motives. But according to the… More Is Amazon selling malware filled security cameras?
Rise in terrorist activities all around the world is said to propel HD security surveillance camera market by 2020. According to Technavio analysts, Global video surveillance market for 2016-2020 will reach USD 64 billion by 2020 growing at a CAGR of almost 23 percent. The research firm also concludes that 54 percent of the said… More Rise in terrorist activities will propel HD security surveillance camera market!
It’s now a world renowned fact that CCTV helps in deterring criminals and helps in nabbing those who have done wrong. But at times, we feel the need to remain undetected and that’s when this article can acts as a guiding source. The reason to remain undetected can be many, but in the end the… More How to fool a CCTV system?
Sony Corporation which introduced a new 4k security camera early this month has made it official that its camera has the ability to record events in pitch dark conditions. The new Sony SNC VB770 is a 4K mirrorless camera with E-Mount lens shooting capacity that can grab clear color video at 30 frames per second… More SONY new 4K security surveillance camera can see in dark!