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Managing shrinkage is a necessity for any retail facility, and RFID tags have become a standard in inventory control. Via technology that uses wireless electromagnetic fields to transfer data, tags attached to merchandise can automatically identify and track items. Now, with RFID being used in combination with IP surveillance cameras, the future of tracking and securing inventory may […]Read more →
Schools have used surveillance cameras to monitor hallways and high-crime areas for decades, but the analog technology left much to be desired. Cameras had poor resolution and limited controls. Creating a wired network was expensive and time-consuming. Schools welcomed the arrival of surveillance cameras using Internet protocol, or IP, because all the images would be encoded […]Read more →
Municipalities and police departments are always searching for new and better ways to crack down on crime, and they often look for a “force multiplier” to help them accomplish that goal. One effective solution is IP video surveillance. Across the country, IP video surveillance is preventing crimes and playing a pivotal role in apprehending criminals. […]Read more →