DirectView Reports Strong Upswing in Requests and Orders for Video Surveillance and Access Control
Video surveillance is on the rise, as new technology enhancements allow security camera systems to “read” body language and predict unwanted behavior.
DirectView Holdings, an owner and manager of video and security technology companies, said it has seen a rise in new requests from a number of key markets, adding to the company’s client base.
Requests have been coming in from schools, aviation, data centers and hotels.
The company is currently working with a number of clients who wish to either replace their current systems or fortify what they have with new surveillance technology.
Roger Ralston, DirectView’s CEO said, “the surveillance systems of today are beginning to use AI technology to detect the behaviors that lead to crime like shoplifting, vandalism and terror attacks, all done in real-time.”
What this means is that we’ll all be under surveillance in more places in the future.
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