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Zalud, Bill
August 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug2008, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p74
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The article discusses the installation of IVS Systems in the Florissant Police Department in Missouri. According to captain John Foster from the Florissant Police Department's Bureau of Support Services, the new system is a high technology equipment that reinforce their commitment to offer security in the city. The intelligent analysis of the system is programmed to determine and assess a particular happening within one of its camera views, which quickly triggers a visible and audible signal.


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