recognition software, we were able
to identify the person coming onto
the campus at night. From there,
we followed the vehicle with the
cameras through the parking lot and
into the terminal. We were able to
contact our fellow law enforcement
officials and supply them with
The cameras also have captured
incidents of a more unusual nature
on airport property.
“We put a couple of HDTV
cameras on top of the airport
cell tower, which gives us a great
birds-eye view of our campus and
the surrounding property,” said
Crocker. “One time, some teenagers
were running from the police after
breaking windows on a nearby
building in the adjacent railroad
yard. They hid themselves by lying
low on top of a train car where they
could look down at the officers, but
the officers couldn’t see them. Our
dispatch officers spotted the teens
on camera and led the cops right
Stack added, “The big thing our
IP surveillance system offers us is
that when an incident happens, the
video pops up in our access control
maps directly from the camera.
That gives us a live feed that we
could not get in past generations of
Anthony Incorvati is Business Development
Manager – Critical Infrastructure &
Transportation at Axis Communications. He
may reached at email@example.com.
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