Security requirements at airports are extremely high and it is vital that every area is being monitored including airfield, hangar, car parks, terminal and access roads, runway, apron, perimeter. Dallmeier offers a range of flexible solutions for multi area surveillance and in the movie produced by AOA and ITN they showcase the Dallmeier multifocal sensor technology Panomera in operation at Bristol Airport. Nowadays airside and landside security is a hot topic, and airport operators seek for latest technologies to identify, analyse and proactively resolve dubious situations in time. Therefore Dallmeier video security solutions at Bristol Airport are part of the Airport Matters 2017 program and movie which the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and ITN Productions have produced in 2017.
Spectra Logic, a long-time video storage specialist, in an industry first is offering LTO-8 Type M media that provides a 50-percent increase in capacity from 6TB to 9TB native per cartridge using new LTO-7 media in an LTO-8 drive. This new technology reduces early adoption costs associated with new media and drives and establishes LTO as the lowest cost per GB data storage technology
FLIR has unveiled its most advanced commercial drone camera and aerial mapping system, the dual sensor FLIR Duo Pro R. Featuring both a thermal sensor with radiometry and a visible camera, the FLIR Duo Pro R gives professional drone operators the range and image detail needed to capture actionable thermal and visible imagery in a single drone flight.
OnSSI and Seagate have teamed up to provide security professionals with a robust recording solution designed for more efficient system expansion and scalability. The integration of OnSSI’s Ocularis VMS and Seagate’s RealStor™ SAN storage system allows users to expand their systems with increased recording capacities as needed, while ensuring seamless continuity and manageability.
Inattention, excessive speed, failure to yield, and unsafe lane changes are among the top causes of truck collisions, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). For fleet managers, preventing collisions caused by their own drivers can be quite challenging because risk factors must be measured before an accident occurs. But what happens when a crash isn’t the truck driver’s fault? In fact, a Fleet Owner whitepaper on video-based safety, sponsored by SmartDrive, found that even though truckers are blamed for most of the crashes that occur in the U.S., 80% of those crashes are actually the fault of car drivers.
This would seem to be a simple case, a real no-brainer, based on the opening statement of an opinion by a federal appeals court judge. “Rasheed Waters sat in jail for more than a year awaiting trial for a crime he did not commit,” wrote Judge Joseph A. Greenaway Jr. “He had a verifiable alibi, based on video surveillance, which he claims the arresting officer ignored.” After viewing that video, a Montgomery County judge promptly dismissed the burglary charges that had kept Waters behind bars so unnecessarily. So, Waters can sue the cops for his troubles, right? – No.
British Airways i360 is a 162-meter (531 ft.) tall observation tower on the seafront of Brighton on the UK’s south coast that opened in August 2016 on the site of the famous beach town’s historic West Pier. Conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the creators of the London Eye, British Airways i360 is the world’s tallest moving observation tower and the world’s first vertical cable car. Brighton CCTV selected Seagate as an additional partner for the project to deliver its high-capacity SkyHawk storage, purpose-built for surveillance systems with Seagate’s ImagePerfect firmware.
AVerMedia is officially licensed for Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH), also known as MPEG-DASH. As one of the world’s leading solution providers in digital imaging, AVerMedia is dedicated to the field of streaming ultra-high definition video (UHD) over networks and the internet.
Legislation approved by the Pennsylvania state Senate on Wednesday would let police departments across the state refuse public requests for copies of video recordings by officers, unless a court orders the release. The bill sets a sweeping policy to exempt recordings from body cameras and dashboard cameras from public records requests in Pennsylvania.
Sacramento police on Tuesday released video that shows a mentally ill man running from police officers, then stopping to gesture at them before they shot him dead in July. The police released the video and related audio hours after The Sacramento Bee posted surveillance video of the incident it had obtained earlier Tuesday. Sacramento City Council members viewed the footage released by police in closed session Tuesday night. During the public portion of the meeting, Mayor Kevin Johnson promised to propose a set of police oversight reforms in coming days. The mayor said he felt a “sense of urgency” for the city to take action.