Trending Topics
Sponsored Content

How to buy video analysis systems (eBook)

Download this Police1 video analysis systems buying guide to learn key steps for product selection, purchasing and implementation

Sponsored by

There are more than 350 million CCTV surveillance cameras in operation worldwide, recording petabytes of video footage. This video can be used by law enforcement to apprehend criminals, solve crimes, or manage high-crime areas.

The challenge for police is to be able to quickly and accurately sort through hours of video footage. Unfortunately, quick and accurate video analysis is hard to achieve using just people. Luckily, there are several types of technology-based video analysis options available for law enforcement that can be used for all law enforcement needs: security operations, risk management, operational control and behavior analytics.

No matter which type of video analysis system you choose, all systems should have a rapid review and search process, a user-friendly interface, analytical tools specific to law enforcement and the ability to track targets.

This Police1 guide to buying video analysis systems – whether you are leading a purchase for the first time or looking to upgrade your department’s video analysis capabilities – is a starting point for your purchasing process. Included in this guide:

  • Key considerations before purchasing
  • Top implementation considerations
  • Questions to ask vendors
  • Company directory

To download your free copy of the “How to buy video analysis systems” Buying Guide from Police1 fill out this form.

How to integrate existing technology, hire and train personnel, overcome budget challenges and educate the community
Why technology is the key to avoiding the next 9/11 and MCI preparedness
Once a firearm has been identified, alerts are dispatched, including the last known location of the shooter, to school staff and law enforcement
“Our mission is to produce video and other intelligence in real time and then disseminate that to our stakeholders.”