The Art of Video: Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh Finds Unique Use Case for 360-Degree Technology

At the Innovation Studio for the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Director Jeffrey Inscho and Creative Technologist Caroline Record are tasked with making the experience of the museums welcoming to the public, focusing on the technology, building Web and mobile applications, spearheading physical interactions and engaging the public. This year, the Innovation Studio has created…

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Six Ways to Transform Your Campus Safety and Security Plan

Educational facilities are unique in the security market. While the goal of keeping students, teachers and staff safe is paramount, dwindling budgets, aging infrastructure and increasing threats can be a challenge for school officials. Cutting-edge technology, such as 360-degree surveillance camera technology and analytics software, is making it easier for officials to upgrade older systems…

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2016: A Year in Review

For many, 2016 was a banner year for innovation and technology advancements, mergers and acquisitions, and strengthening partnerships across the channel. For Oncam in particular, 2016 brought many successes, technology developments and some great memories. Oncam launched its new A&E and Consultant Program in April this year, which successfully debuted around ISC West 2016 in the spring.…

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The Holidays, Retailers and Retail Supply Chains: Seeing Behind the Scenes in 360 degrees

As the holiday season ramps up in the coming weeks, loss prevention managers need measures that extend far beyond the retail floor. They must deal with losses stemming from organized retail crime, employee theft and shoplifting, and as a result, more and more security solutions are incorporated into back storerooms, loading docks and employee areas.…

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