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Hospital security cameras can promote safety

July 27, 2020

Hospital security cameras are a good option to promote safety when tracking the movements of staff, visitors and patients is a challenge, according to an article on the Counsel & Heal website.

Cloud-based security systems can provide pictures of each person entering and exiting a facility and the ability to search and filter people by date, time, gender traits, facial features, and clothing helps security officers reduce investigation time. 

Modern hybrid-security solutions are often supported by robust processors and AI-technology that can help sort through the large number of individuals moving around a facility. 

This allows security staff to analyze and identify their targets in an investigation with reduced time.

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