Public Safety Technology—Protection for the Public Sector and First Responders

Public Safety Technology—Protection for the Public Sector and First Responders

By | Law Enforcement & First Responders, Public Safety

At the highest level, public safety involves protection of citizens from disasters, crimes, and other dangers or threats. In the U.S., this task falls to government agencies at federal, state, and local levels. Here’s a quick dive into new technologies that are effective in both protecting citizens and helping public service officers stay safe in the line of duty.

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Choosing the Best Temperature-Sensing Camera with Facial Recognition

Temperature-Sensing Cameras with Facial Recognition—A New Layer of Security for a Post-Pandemic World

By | Coronavirus/COVID-19, News & Updates, Public Safety, Security & Surveillance, Special Series

While lawmakers and specific political groups continue to debate the use of facial recognition software, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the value of this technology into fine focus. Now, face-scanning software developers are rushing to create reliable products that can not only recognize faces, but also detect personal protection equipment…

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Can Facial Recognition Technology Enhance Public Safety?

Can Facial Recognition Technology Enhance Public Safety?

By | Law Enforcement & First Responders, Public Safety, Public Service, Security & Surveillance

Facial recognition technology is a highly controversial topic that’s sweeping through the United States, sparking debate about its place (or lack thereof) in the modern environment. Already implemented elsewhere around the world, the US has seen only relatively minimal adoption of the technology in a few isolated scenarios. However, in…

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Why Your School Needs License Plate Recognition Cameras

Why Your School Needs License Plate Recognition Cameras

By | Public Safety, Security & Surveillance

License plate recognition (LPR) cameras are becoming more popular across university campuses. Leveraging such technology is allowing schools to monitor and regulate their parking lots more efficiently, and it’s necessary.   Most schools have parking lots because a significant body of students and faculty drive and need a place to park. They generate loads of…

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