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  • Traffic Monitoring Camera Systems

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    increase of traffic monitoring camera systems, the debate on their safety, effectiveness and Constitutionality has increased. The purpose of this research is to present arguments from each side of the issue and then compare statistics on the subject in order to make a determination of whether these systems are more beneficial or detrimental to public safety, and whether public interest or financial gain is the core component in the implementation of the camera systems. Over the past decade, American

  • Body Cameras: The Future Of The Criminal Justice System

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    future that is debatable would be the criminal justice system. The criminal justice system has been in existing for hundreds of years and was built to lower crime and protects the people. A few reasons this issue is debatable in today’s society is because of the recent attack of civilians by police officers and the fact that some of the officers are getting off with little to no charges. People are supposed to trust the criminal justice system not fear it, so with the increasing number of incidents

  • Traffic Camera Monitoring Systems: Safety vs Privicy

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    safety cameras, which has spread in unprecedented numbers to ever-smaller towns, is undoubtedly controversial, and has sparked much debate between citizens, police departments, federal agencies, and civil rights groups. Besides the debate of whether or not the cameras, and the citations that are issued to the registered vehicle owner based upon the recorded information, are constitutional, (or whether they simply constitute an Orwellian invasion of privacy), the basic premise that the cameras decrease

  • Video Surveillance Systems for State University

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    of privacy, cameras should only record activities in public areas throughout the campus grounds and facilities. Private areas, such as bathrooms, faculty break rooms and dorm rooms would likely be considered inappropriate for video surveillance. Currently, video surveillance is provided at open dorm and learning center locations on campus. The infrastructure of these systems is analog, which uses coaxial cabling, with recorded playback of CCTV (Closed-circuit Television) cameras through hard

  • Video Surveillance and the Equipment

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    even at night. It has been said one of the reasons the use of video surveillance cameras has become so rampant is the cameras are shrinking making it much easier to hide. Video cameras are so small they can even be hidden on clothing. Even with their size these cameras still have the capability to zoom in on tiny details and can pan and tilt. The size of the camera does however have a drawback. The smaller the camera the more blurred the images. Those who created this technology are working on software

  • The Government That Never Stops Watching

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    video surveillance is taking away their civil liberties, and right to privacy. Surveillance cameras are on every corner, in every building, and even built into cell phones. Video cameras were first used for surveillance purposes in the U.S. during the late 1960s and early 1970s as a crime-prevention tactic. The cameras were not as successful as camera operators had hoped because of poorly lit areas and bad camera quality, so they were not helpful in stopping crime. In the 1980s and 1990s technology improved

  • Intelligent Traffic Surveillance System

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    Abstract- Due to the traffic accidents over the last few years; the development of surveillance systems with multifunctional techniques has received increasing attention. The use of the smart camera is one solution to solve the traffic problems, Smart cameras are cameras that can perform tasks far beyond simply taking photos and recording videos. Intelligent Traffic Surveillance System (ITSS) is used to monitor the roads in preventing accidents at the same time finding what causes the accidents.

  • Minolta Tc-1 Case Study

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    # Minolta TC-1 – The Most Luxury Compact Camera Minolta released the TC-1 in 1996, known as a luxury compact camera. In the 1990s, each camera manufacturers introduced their luxury compact cameras as if they competed with each other. Especially the TC-1 became famous for strongly condensed its charm and attract as a thing. Chiyoda Kōgaku Seikō K.K. had produced the Rokkor lens by using all experiences since the company established, and the TC-1 delivers a perfect image through perfectly circular

  • The Importance Of Hawk Eye Technology In Cricket

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    effective and fair, many monitoring systems have come into existence. One of the most prominent monitoring technologies that has gained a lot of popularity since its beginning is the Hawk-Eye Technology. It is used in Sports Broadcasting and is a development that will strengthen the groups’ presence. We have reached a stage where human errors can create change of fortunes for the player as well as for the team. Thus there is a requirement for a system which will be able to combat these

  • Should Public Schools Install Video Surveillance Cameras?

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    "Smile, you're on Candid Camera." This was the catch phrase for the television show Candid Camera. The show filmed unsuspecting people in embarrassing and hilarious positions while their reactions are recorded on a hidden camera. Surveillance cameras are video cameras or close circuit TV (CCTV), which is used for the purpose of observing an area. There are several major concerns on school campuses. The two main concerns on school campuses are safety and security. With school violence on a steady