Date Added: Aug 2010
Video surveillance is being implemented on an unprecedented scale. Public safety agencies, municipalities, maritime ports, transit authorities and other government agencies depend on video surveillance to protect their constituents and property. For law enforcement, video surveillance is essential to deter crime, improve incident response time and provide forensic data. Video surveillance is also essential for organizations that have infrastructures spread over large areas, such as public transportation, university and corporate campuses, retail, construction, logistics, mining, and oil and gas.