China’s CCTV surveillance network took just 7 minutes to capture BBC reporter
This wasn’t a case of a member of the media being forcibly removed from the country. The chase was a stunt set up to illustrate just how powerful and effective the Chinese government’s surveillance system can be. It’s a stark example of the type of monitoring that China has invested heavily in over recent years with the aim of helping police do their job more efficiently. Such systems are also used in private organizations, for example to monitor workers and processes in factories, but government critics have warned of the potential for abuse in the hands of the state. China has the largest monitoring system in the world.
There are some 170 million CCTV cameras across the country, and that’s tipped to grow more than three-fold with 400 million more set to be installed by 2020. Beyond the sheer numbers of lookout points, China is harvesting information with a new-found focus on intelligence. The government also works with facial recognition and AI companies, such as unicorn Face++, which can pour through data to extract meaningful information such as faces, ages, registration plates and more. The full video of Sudworth’s ‘capture’ is on the BBC website, with a snippet is below – hat-tip The Next Web.
Surveillance camera systems and technology has become a common feature of daily life. In general it enjoys public support but inevitably intrudes into the lives of ordinary individuals going about their routine business. The public expect systems to be used responsibly with effective safeguards in place and public trust and confidence in the use of such systems is essential. Closed circuit television – this includes body-cameras, in-car cameras, etc. Any other systems for recording or viewing visual images for surveillance purposes.
Any systems for storing, receiving, transmitting, processing or checking images or information obtained by such systems, or any other systems associated with, or otherwise connected with these systems. Most surveillance camera systems are directed at viewing and/or recording the activities of individuals. This means that organisations or businesses using surveillance systems, regardless of size, must comply with the Act. Technical guidance on using surveillance technology in accordance with the requirements of the Act is available below. Further information can also be found in the UK Information Commissioner’s guidance and code of practice.
CCTV Information Page
Magnification range of 2X to 60X+. switchable polarity. Advanced Features of CCTVs black and white camera with color monitor. Controls for foreground and background color, split image, color or b/w presentation. Types of CCTVs hand-held camera connected to a monitor or TV.
self-contained portables. Computer/scanner based text magnification Omni 3000 Text enlargement products. VisAbility – from AI Squared, scanner based text magnification. Scanner Based Text Magnifiers Links SIght and Sound Technology – scanner based reading systems, other low-vision products. JBliss Imaging Systems – the Versatile Image Processor, computer based scanning solution for text magnification.
AiSquared, scanner based text magnification, ZoomText. Then evaluate various brands and types of CCTVS. Find the CCTV which is the closest match to your needs. CCTV Feature Requirements #1 #2 #3 magnification range screen size camera color monitor polarity X-Y table portable windowing adjustable monitor height tilt monitor lighting type split screen inline use with computer change foreground – background colors use with computer other.
Contra Costa County, CA Official Website
CCTV is available to subscribers of AT&T U-verse on Channel 99. Delta TV is available on Comcast Channel 24 and AT&T U-Verse on Channel 99.Cable TV operators are no longer providing community access cable TV services in Contra Costa County, but that doesn’t mean an end to community programming. The County will soon be sponsoring an effort to help shape the future of community television, and invites you to be a part of that process. Community Access Television includes Public, Education and Government programming and is sometimes referred to as PEG programming. It is supported through fees collected from cable television operators.
Community Access Television is a resource for everyone in the County and your ideas are needed as the future unfolds. Contra Costa County’s Board of Supervisors and staff at CCTV look forward to your involvement and support. In the meantime, CCTV is providing support to those whose programs were airing on the public access channels. Until the next phase of community programming has been determined, CCTV remains committed to keeping the channel available to current producers.
NYCHA CCTV Pilot
NYCHA’s CCTV pilot program, which will run for an initial six-month period, simplifies and streamlines the process for requesting video surveillance footage for a court or administrative proceeding. The request must be for a pending court or administrative proceeding. The request must be limited to a maximum of three hours of footage. All fields with an asterisk in the request form must be completed. Requests that do not meet the above requirements will not be processed and must be submitted via NYCHA’s FOIL or subpoena process.
Submit the form directly to the CCTV Unit by fax during hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call the CCTV Unit the next day to confirm receipt of the fax. The CCTV Unit will contact you about the availability of footage. Please provide a minimum of seven business days for processing and retrieval of footage for each request.
If footage is available, you will be responsible for retrieving footage at the CCTV Unit’s Central Office: 23-02 49th Avenue, Long Island City, NY..