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8 Tips for Camera Perimeter Protection
8 Tips for Camera Perimeter Protection
Protecting critical facilities and their resources against intrusion and misuse of materials is a critical role consultants and security integrators deal with every day. There are many guidelines that have been released that provide information as to the type of security measures that should be considered when protecting these facilities. However, the details involved with making these measures a reality are often missing.

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Geospatial Awareness: The Next Big Thing for your VMS
Geospatial Awareness: The Next Big Thing for your VMS
Everything is going geospatial...Twitter, Google, Facebook, Pinterest. In security terms, geospatial refers to WHAT happened and WHERE it happened, and it's the role of security professionals to understand how it can help make critical perimeters and facilities more secure.

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Protecting the Power Grid
Protecting the Power Grid
The power grid was never designed to withstand physical attacks. The key to protecting the power grid is increasing security around substations and other critical portions of the power grid and making the perimeter "smart." This presentation looks at the various aspects of NERC CIP014 and how intelligent video surveillance solutions (video analytics) can be deployed to address these vulnerabilities.

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Protecting the Power Grid
Video Analytics for Perimeter Protection
Critical Facilities have a continued need for efficient security, especially pertaining to protecting their perimeters. Facilities must actively monitor and respond to theft, unauthorized intrusions, safety events and potential terrorist activities. The ability to monitor a wide range of events over a vast amount of area in varied weather conditions, while accurately identifying potential threats and reacting is a complicated scenario. The solution calls for knowledgeable personnel and accurate sensors that work together to quickly assess a situation and react to it. This slide share looks at how video analytics can be used to address the perimeter surveillance needs for critical facilities.

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Protecting the Power Grid
9 Things High School Photography Can
Teach You About Security Camera Design

We all remember our high school photography class. Unlike many other 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, they provided several rules to follow in order to help ensure that your resulting photos were at least suitable to hang on the inside of your locker door. As luck would have it, many of the rules you learned in high school photography class also apply to security design.

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Protecting the Power Grid
Video-Based Vehicle Counting for
Parking Management

Many systems exist to aggregate and report on counting data, but the sensors traditionally used to collect that data prove to be either too expensive, too unreliable or difficult to install. When presented with the problem universities and other large venues were experiencing with parking management, it was apparent that video would be a very effective and cost efficient sensor for counting vehicles in these situations.

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Protecting the Power Grid
Man Overboard Detection
Man Overboard events continue to be a common occurrence in the cruise industry and other related markets. This presentation provides an introduction to the problem, and presents a Man Overboard Detection System as a solution. The problem is compounded by the fact that when these events occur, the timely availability of important data is missing. Accurate confirmation of the event including time of occurrence, location on the ship and location in the sea is critical, but often unavailable for hours following an occurrence, if at all. Fortunately, proactive Man Overboard Detection Systems can accurately detect man overboard events and provide immediate, actionable data to response personnel.

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