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Security Cameras in Police & Fire Departments

More Police and Fire stations are installing the latest technology in CCTV Digital Security Camera surveillance in their facilities.

The security camera systems are providing police and fire departments with a level of surveillance and monitoring that can not be duplicated with a VHS system.

All recordings are automatically stored digitally with no VHS Tapes!

Video is available to all computers on the network. Video files can be easily duplicated by anyone on the network. There even is a CD-Rom device that can put evidence on a CD-Rom. The files can be played back on any windows computer.

Surveilling High Risk Areas:

Fire departments in California and other areas are now considering the option of setting surveillance systems in areas that at high risk for fire, and for good reasons. The cost for traditional forms of large-area surveillance, such as air patrol and recon, can be very costly. By setting up out door systems on lookout towers, a department can minimize costs of patroling these large areas. (source)

Police departments are also starting to utilize surveillance technology by monitoring selected areas within cities. By setting up cameras in high risk areas for crime, these areas can be monitored remotely whenever officers are not physically present, and officers can be promptly notified if they need to respond to situations.

Useful Features For Polic & Fire Departments:


Crowd Detection
Crowd detection is used to generate an alert when a crowd of people gathers in a specified area and exceeds the defined threshold.


Advanced Scene Change Detection
The advanced version of Scene Change Detection can be applied in the outdoor scenes with sudden light changes.


Panorama View
Used to create panoramic views of large areas of surveillance by joining or splicing multiple camera views, without sacrificing video frame rates.


Advanced Visual Quality Enhancer
Used to filter and enhance object visibility from foggy or blurred environment caused by bad weather such as rain, snow or fog.