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‘A groundbreaking leap forward’-i-PRO’s new X Series turns non-AI network cameras into AI cameras


'A groundbreaking leap forward' - i-PRO's new X Series turns non-AI network cameras into AI cameras

November 16, 2023SSN Staff

TOKYO – i-PRO, a provider of professional security solutions for surveillance and public safety, announced big news with its new line of artificial intelligence (AI) on-site learning cameras that turn non-AI network cameras into AI smart devices. The new X Series enables users to teach the camera about specific objects they want to monitor. With support for up to nine AI applications, i-PRO said it is the most powerful AI camera they’ve produced to date. “The X Series...

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Camera, i-PRO, Masato Nakao, Norio Hitsuishi, public safety, Smart Devices, Surveillance, surveillance cameras, X Series

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Baltimore County Public Schools to Deploy Omnilert AI Active Shooter Solution


Baltimore County Public Schools to deploy Omnilert AI active shooter solution

October 6, 2023SSN Staff

LEESBURG, Va. – Omnilert has announced that Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) will be integrating its Omnilert Gun Detect platform with 7,000 surveillance cameras district-wide, representing the largest deployment of AI visual gun detection in the U.S. to date. Omnilert Gun Detect can provide 24/7 monitoring with a near-instant response at the first sight of a gun to ensure the best possible outcomes in the event of an active shooter or act of gun violence. The Baltimore County...

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Baltimore County Public Schools, Dave Fraser, Gun Detection, Myriam Rogers, Omnilert, Omnilert Gun Detect, surveillance cameras

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American Alarm's N.H. move promotes its growth plan

October 29, 2014Amy Canfield

ARLINGTON, Mass.—In keeping with its plan for aggressive growth, New England security provider American Alarm and Communications expects to increase its customer service capabilities and add jobs with a new and bigger New Hampshire office.The residential and commercial provider of security and life-safety systems across New England, with corporate offices based here, has relocated its New Hampshire headquarters to a 4,500 square-foot office and service center in Manchester.The former New Hampshire...

American Alarm and Communications, Physical Security, Residential Security, Security Systems News (SSN), surveillance cameras, Wells Sampson

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Securing the 9/11 Memorial Museum, Plaza and Pavilion

July 28, 2014Amy Canfield

NEW YORK—Cameras, access control, intrusion detectors, magnetometers, radio communication: There's much involved in designing a new facility's complete security system. When you're designing that system for the 9/11 Memorial Museum, Plaza and Pavilion, which opened in May, it's even more complicated.Securing a high-risk memorial such as that on the site of the former Twin Towers is challenging in itself. You don't want it to appear as a fortress, but you want visitors to know and feel that...

Arup, intrusion detection, Jacob Koshy, magnetometers, Physical Security, Plaza and Pavilion, radio communications, Ron Ronacher Jr., surveillance cameras

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