Tag Archives: Seaports

Man Overboard Detection

Man Overboard events continue to be a common occurrence in the cruise industry and other related markets. The problem is compounded by the fact that when these events occur, the timely availability of important data is missing. Accurate confirmation of the … Continue reading

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To See or Not to See – THAT is the View shed

With any type of security incident, it is imperative that the situation be assessed quickly and accurately so the necessary response can be taken.  In many cases, this involves the use of cameras via a video management system (VMS).  However, … Continue reading

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INFOGRAPHIC – 8 Perimeter Surveillance Tips

Making mistakes when designing a perimeter surveillance system can be costly.  However, many of the most costly mistakes can be the easiest to overcome.  This infographic highlights a few tips to help make your camera design successful. CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE

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9 Things High School Photography Can Teach You About Security Design (and one rule you should avoid!)

We all remember our high school photography class.  Unlike many other high school classes, photography class gave you a formula to be successful.  Before you were sent wandering the halls of the school in search of a Pulitzer wining photo, … Continue reading

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Map Based Target Selection

Geospatial coordination between perimeter sensors can help a security operator managing multiple targets, by allowing them to manually swing cameras to targets for identification.  When a new radar target appears and requires visual confirmation, this VMS capability allows a user … Continue reading

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Slew to Radar

Radars are fantastic geospatial sensors and nowadays, they are actually quite affordable for general perimeter surveillance.  However, radars lack the ability to give a visual identification to allow the operator to determine if this is a good guy or a … Continue reading

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PureActiv: Geospatial Video Management Overview video

PureTech Systems Inc. is a leading provider of automated surveillance systems. Our PureActiv™ system is an automated outdoor surveillance system that addresses critical security threats to safeguard lives, facilities, and other high-value assets. While there are some similarities to more … Continue reading

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