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January 23, 2018

Advances state-of-the-art in video monitoring "DART has a lot of surveillance cameras to help keep people safe on our transit system. However, it is not possible for a police dispatcher to watch every camera all the time. With ELERTS ‘Attention Engine’ video camera integration, the DART Say Something mobile app can now immediately show DART police which camera is nearby…

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Unleashing Crowdsourcing for Airport Security teams

October 26, 2017

Whether it’s perimeter breaches, weaponized computer laptops, bomb threats, terminal evacuations, rogue employees or active shooters, airport security is in the news weekly. Airports are targets. They face increasingly complex security concerns, declining security budgets and slow moving government roadmaps to modernize the security infrastructure. In other words, this is a perfect storm for disaster to strike. Airport security challenges…

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How to Fix See Something Say Something to Enhance Public Safety

October 25, 2017

What is great about See Something Say Something (SSSS) campaigns is how heavily they are advertised and promoted. Nearly everyone – especially in urban areas - has seen multiple posters, videos, TV commercials or heard audio public-service-announcements (PSA). SSSS is plastered all over airports and transit systems because public transportation is a known high-value target of terrorists.   The SSSS…

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ELERTS Powers Tri Delta Watch Mobile Security App

October 3, 2017

Free app enables bus riders to anonymously report concerns to authorities   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Weymouth, MA – October 3, 2017 - ELERTS Corp, the leading provider of See Something Say Something mobile apps for transit agencies, has announced that it developed Tri Delta Transit’s new Tri Delta Watch, a mobile security app to allow riders to notify police…

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Candid About Cameras — Human Analytics vs Video Analytics

April 22, 2014

This is the golden age for video surveillance systems. The old analog “can’t do much” cameras have been superseded by modern network cameras, which connect by IP and have many programmable features that can be controlled and polled remotely. Instead of using a joystick or array of buttons to call a camera on screen, today’s IP cameras are managed by…

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Crowdsourced Situational Awareness

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