Surveillance & Security News for December 2015
While any valuable art collection, whether it is paintings, sculptures or other art, is to be seen and admired, they also represent a high security risk for the owners or the borrower, as some can be extremely valuable. Theft or damage can have severe financial consequences for the museums owning or displaying them, not only from an insurance perspective, but also from the potential damage to its reputation. There is a method of alerting security staff if an artwork is being touched or tampered...
Integration of mobile Zepcam cameras into SeeTec Cayuga video management software also enables live transmission of image With the partnership of SeeTec and Zepcam, two technological pioneers combine their competences for a mobile video solution. The integration of mobile Zepcam cameras into the SeeTec video management software enables both a gapless recording and a live transmission of the image data via wireless transmission. One application scenario in particular for the c...
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