What can we do about our transportation challenges? How do we prepare our transportation infrastructure to support our needs in the future?
In 2017, it’s predicted that 850PB of new surveillance data will be generated daily worldwide. As the amount of video being produced increases, camera resolutions improve, and retention times become longer, it’s imperative to understand how video storage is at the foundation of this transformation. Watch our on-demand webinars to learn how Quantum’s multi-tier storage solutions can scale with changing storage demands. Check out the Top 5 Surveillance Webinars of 2016:
This month, I attended Security Canada — the largest surveillance and security show north of the United States. The show floor was bustling with security integrators, end users, and even students from nearby universities hoping to learn more about the security industry. Inspired by the students, I decided to sit in on a couple of sessions to learn more about the surveillance and security market, and particularly how it differs in Canada compared to the United States. One particular session piqued my interest, Video Surveillance and the Law. Expecting to learn about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, I instead listened to the unique perspective of a lawyer who is well-versed in cases focused on surveillance and video evidence.
Technological change is redefining efficiency in many use cases, from retail to health care, and government to city surveillance. With the availability of new devices that can capture large amounts of data, one particular use case has begun aggregating video content at a rapidly increasing rate — law enforcement. The proliferation of body-worn cameras imposed by government mandates is adding to the many camera streams coming from police car dashboards, interview rooms, and sally ports that provide valuable insight to law enforcement agencies.
The NRF Protect conference is the largest event for loss prevention in North America. This year’s conference held in mid-June brought together hundreds of asset protection and shrink specialists in Philadelphia to discuss the challenges many retail organizations are facing today — from supply chain management, to ransomware threats, to advanced facial analytics.
As far as security events go, ISC West is the place to see and be seen. Approximately 30,000 surveillance professionals, security integrators, and exhibitors came to Las Vegas to see what’s new in the realm of security and surveillance at the largest security show in the world.