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What's Next In Video Surveillance
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6/17/2013 | 5:39:02 AM
re: What's Next In Video Surveillance
This is a fine example of the benefits of video
surveillance and how they successfully came together. Was the footage of data
all form the one video system or several local and private systems that
collaborated? This article made me think of a live feed I have been watching on
Livestream. It also made me wonder how many other applications were out there
that catered to these new video surveillance trends.

Paul Sprague

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