Perpetuate the video surveillance system of your campus


There are five CCTV trends that experts expect to see in the next 12 months that no campus security professional should ignore.

On February 10, Eagle Eye Networks will present “Experts Weigh In: The Future of Video Surveillance”. Photo via Adobe, by Gorodenkoff

In all likelihood, your school district, college campus, or healthcare facility has a CCTV system installed (there’s a 94% chance, according to Campus Safetyof the latest CCTV survey). However, are your security cameras providing your organization with all the information you need? Chances are they won’t.

Fortunately, the right CCTV system can provide your campus with a wealth of data in addition to the footage recorded by your security cameras. These insights and Analytics can help your campus security managers adapt to new environments to make your school, college, or hospital more safe and secure.

Applications vary widely. Depending on the CCTV system you install, it can help your security personnel control access and traffic, locate incidents and search for people and/or objects. It can also gain actionable vehicle information through license plate recognition. It can even help protect isolated or restricted areas by sending notifications to appropriate campus security personnel when an area is breached by unauthorized individuals.

The efficiency and effectiveness of non-security related operations can also be improved with the right solution. The applications of video surveillance are virtually endless.

However, experts are finding five trends that can’t be ignored by campus security professionals who want to take full advantage of the power of video surveillance.

In Campus Security Webcast February 10, titled “Experts Weigh In: The Future of Video Surveillance,” Tim Solomon and Jody Russell of Eagle Eye Networks will discuss the basic ingredient of security and data management, how to shape your security to get a better return on your investment in video technology and other trends you need to be aware of to get the most out of your video surveillance investment.

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