Smile, you're on candid camera

Careless, James
October 2012
Urgent Communications;Oct2012, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
This article reports on the use by a growing number of retailers of Internet Protocol (IP)-based surveillance cameras and infrastructure as they replace aging legacy analog systems. Scott Hendrickson, video product manager of New Jersey-based Checkpoint Systems, explains the reason behind the retailers' move to IP-based systems. The article also includes comments of Robin Stennet of ADT Security Services and Hedgie Bartol of Axis Communications regarding the features of IP-based cameras.


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