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I-Team learns of possible new way for police to watch streets during Republican Convention

I-Team learns of possible new way for police to watch streets during Republican Convention

This is an excerpt of an article and video on Fox 8 News Cleveland, where Vidsys CEO James Chong discusses the capabilities of Vidsys’ technology to secure the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this July, 2016.

CLEVELAND– The FOX 8 I TEAM has learned police may have a new way to keep an eye on the streets during the Republican Convention and beyond.

Cleveland City Hall says a company called Vidsys has offered to donate software that would allow police to tie together security camera systems and alarm systems from around the city. That would allow officers to monitor much more than city security cameras. It could also help officials monitor traffic flow and more.

James Chong, Vidsys CEO, said, “And so our software really enhances the ability for public safety, transportation as well as other agencies and groups to respond in a more meaningful fashion.”

 

Read the full article and watch the video here.

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