Security Updates2017-02-14T07:49:34+00:00

UCSD Brings Surveillance Into the Light With Sustainable MicroPower Solution

The surveillance system at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) manages about 1,000 channels of video, including a mix of IP cameras (75 percent) and legacy analog cameras (25 percent). These cameras are used to view university centers, provide campus overviews, and operate alongside 12 mass notification system towers. They also view animal research facilities, which can be targets for protests, and a robust video management system is integrated into the campus police dispatch center and two other video monitoring centers. Despite this extensive surveillance system, there were still locations that were beyond the view of campus police, especially [...]

April 20th, 2014|

Cooper Notification offers connectivity to FEMA

Customers of Cooper Notification, a supplier of life safety and mass notification system solutions, now can send alerts from their Roam Secure Alert Network directly to FEMA’s Commercial Mobile Alert System [CMAS] and the next-gen Emergency Alert System. CMAS, part of FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System, is the government’s latest development to communicate to the public in an emergency by sending specially formatted text messages to all devices capable of receiving the alert in a specified geographic area. CMAS can send Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), short alert messages via cell towers to mobile devices even to those owned [...]

June 9th, 2013|
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