A Smart Future for Video Surveillance
- Vision on guard. Blackman, Greg // Imaging & Machine Vision Europe;Apr/May2008, Issue 26, p16
The article offers information on how security market has moved on from closed circuit television (CCTV) to more complex imaging technologies. Security camera technology has advanced beyond standard CCTV systems, and the need to monitor people is greater as the technology advances. Demand for...
- Feedback. // New Scientist;5/17/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 2656, p84
The article discusses various issues and topics related to public surveillance in Great Britain. The government has already installed almost four million closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in the public. Local authorities were also given permission to use CCTV to arrest motorists...
- Security cameras may be coming. Rupkalvis, David // Graham Leader;10/30/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 22, p1A
The article reports on the proposal of installation of security cameras in the courthouse in Young County, Texas to monitor the buildings, for surveillance and in order to keep a backup of information.
- Caught red-handed by the deputy head. // International Fire & Security Product News;Apr2004, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p36
Reports on the analogue surveillance system upgraded by the Kingsmead School in Cheltenham, England. RedHand recording system and Pixord video server cameras supplied by Gardiner Security for the school; Remarks from Jerry Spence, managing director of RedHand, on the features of Pixord cameras.
- How Good Is License Plate Recognition? // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2011, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p50
The article offers information about license plate recognition applications in video analytics.
- TRANSLATION OF LEGISLATION: BELGIUM. // Digital Evidence & Electronic Signature Law Review;2013, Vol. 10, p227
A summary is presented of the Royal Decree of February 10, 2008 in Belgium, which establishes the manner in which camera surveillance must be notified.
- The Apple of the Eye: Parents' Use of Webcams in a Danish Day Nursery. Jørgensen, Vibeke // Surveillance & Society;Sep2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p446
Via webcams parents can now, from their place of work, see what happens in the day nursery of their child. The focus of this paper is why Danish parents of children, aged 0-6, use webcams, what they use them for and why some parents refuse using the webcams. The conclusions rest on a qualitative...
- Reactive Attention: Video Surveillance in Berlin Shopping Malls. Helten, Frank; Fischer, Bernd // Surveillance & Society;Sep2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p323
The paper examines the practice of use of video-surveillance in Berlin Shopping Malls. The video systems observed here do not seem to be an efficient instrument of social control and exclusion. They are used more on demand for various purposes such as the monitoring of daily tasks and the...
- Controlling CCTV in Public Spaces: Is Privacy the (Only) Issue? Reflections on Norwegian and Danish observations. Sætnan, Ann Rudinow; Lomell, Heidi Mork; Wiecek, Carsten // Surveillance & Society;Sep2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p396
This paper examines data from an observation study of four CCTV control rooms in Norway and Denmark. The paper asks whether issues other than privacy might be at stake when public spaces are placed under video surveillance. Starting with a discussion of what values public spaces produce for...