Topic : surveillance cameras

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Seon unveils new video surveillance system

Technology| September 13, 2017

The NX16 is a video surveillance system that supports both standard- and high-definition cameras with streaming and downloading features, as well as a dual hard drive failsafe to protect data during power loss.

Honolulu rail officials say safety top priority

Security and Safety | May 18, 2016

Each of the train’s four cars will be equipped with surveillance cameras and staffers will be able to monitor the train at a control center in Waipahu. But a proposal regarding transit police has not yet been brought forward.

Management & Operations| February 23, 2016

DART to equip light rail trains with cameras, facial recognition

The agency is spending $4.8 million to outfit 48 of its 163 train cars this year. All trains should have cameras by 2018.

Bus| November 9, 2012

New MBTA security helps ward off fare evasion, crime

Implemented a front-door-only boarding policy, added surveillance cameras and stationed more officers near automatic fare collection to deter fare evasion and crime. The measures have proven successful so far, agency officials said.
Bus| October 31, 2012

TriMet ups security, fare enforcement

A new K-9 team was certified to join the TriMet Transit Police Division, bringing the force to 62 officers including four full-time K-9 explosives teams. Additionally, six new fare enforcers start work, joining two others hired earlier this year, which brings the fare enforcement team to the full-time equivalent of 26.
October 17, 2012

The camera doesn’t lie

“If you commit a crime on SEPTA, you will be caught.” Those were the words of SEPTA Police Chief Thomas Nestel when video surveillance footage of a suspect wanted for a robbery and shooting at the North Philadelphia Broad Street Line station was released to local media.
Bus| September 17, 2012

MARTA, Apollo team for surveillance camera pilot

Each bus has 11 cameras; three outside and eight inside. There’s also a 17-inch, full-color monitor mounted behind the driver that lets customers view themselves and their surroundings in real time.
Bus| June 23, 2011

Chicago Transit Authority enhancing security

Will double the number of security cameras across the rail system, while also working with police to enhance security for passengers. Chicago police will deploy teams, called Wolfpacks, as well as plainclothes officers to patrol the system.

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