IP Camera Eyes Texas School District

January 2006
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The article reports on the deployment of hundreds of Sony IPELA SNCDF70N network video cameras at the Independent School District in Pasadena, Texas. This move was considered as the most extensive academic IP-security system to date. The design of the system facilitated the fast installation of cameras across the campuses located at the suburban school district in Houston. The overall objective of the project was to provide safe schools for students.


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