January 18th, 2016
In the wake of anarchy and terrorism in our schools, airports, and malls; there comes a time for revised safety measures. Security cameras serve as the most prominent and valuable safety measure. The use of cameras should be well established for all areas of activity throughout any establishment. In doing so, three things are accomplished.
The presence of cameras can bring a feeling of confidence and self-security for all who patron the establishment.
Creates a high likelihood of extinguishing an act of a negative nature before it happens.
….and of course logs all activity of actions taken place with video and/or audio surveillance.
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January 13th, 2016
January 4 2016 Oregon State’s OLCC started accepting applications for the Recreational Marijuana program. Current Rules and regulations Oar 845-025-100 est mandate the HB 3400 and remaining portions of Measure 91 effective from Jan 1, 2016 – June 28, 2016. Oregon will not limit the number of marijuana related licenses. As far as Oregon Recreational Marijuana Video Security Compliance here is what you need to know. (Notice these are apart of the temporary rules we will monitor the OLCC and update you as change occurs) See the Oar 845-025-100 est mandate for further rules and regulations.
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December 31st, 2015
The Previous article on Prime DVRs and NVR’s covered some basic configurations. The first was the Time. Time arguably being the most important feature to be set up properly since you have to know what time an “event” took place. For legal purposes a proper date and time stamp is mandatory. As well as having the DVR update its time on its own so you don’t have to worry about daylight savings time change. The output resolution of the DVR to a monitor is another function that needs to be configured correctly to ensure you have a visible interface […] Continue Reading…
December 30th, 2015
The Advantages of Dual Video Outputs (Analog+CVI and Analog+IP)
I often get asked, “Why do so many of our CVI cameras have an extra BNC analog video out?” or with some of our IP cameras, “Why do I need a BNC analog video out?” Well, there are a couple of advantages that often get overlooked and they can save you some serious time and money in many cases. For example, they can save you time during the install process, they can save you money by working as a spot out, and they can save you trouble by offering you another […] Continue Reading…
December 29th, 2015
The State of Oregon is one for the most recent states to allow recreational marijuana in Oregon State. Of course, Oregon being its own state, is going to make up its own laws covering the cultivation, manufacturing, distribution, and legal possession of weed/ recreational Marijuana in Oregon.
There are some general laws that all states with recreational marijuana have. Don’t smoke and drive, you have to be at least 21 years old to possess any weed and no public use is tolerated. In comparison, the rules for Marijuana consumption are very similar to the rules for alcohol consumption. The biggest differences […] Continue Reading…