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In the Middle-East video surveillance market, IP video surveillance segment recorded aggressive growth over analog video surveillance segment.
Still, the symbolic utility of surveillance cameras is unimpeachable.
Surveillance technology could be used to identify FERPA breaches.
In the past year, Americans learned of several new and vast electronic surveillance programs started in the wake of September 11, 2001.
In January 2006, serologic surveillance was initiated to clarify whether poultry in Lao PDR had been exposed to influenza viruses and recovered.
Although law-enforcement agencies hail the technology as a labor-saving device that allows them to patrol much larger areas with fewer sets of eyes, many civil libertarians view surveillance cameras as a creeping erosion of privacy rights.
Environmental public health tracking is the ongoing collection, integration, analysis, and dissemination of data from environmental hazard monitoring, human exposure tracking, and health effect surveillance (Figure 1).
Sensis Corporation is the FAA's prime contractor and system integrator for the ASDE-X Program and the designer and manufacturer of the multilateration and ADS-B surveillance sensors and the multi-sensor fusion processor.
This agreement increases the number of housing residences served by SCYF remote video surveillance systems by 324 making over 1,400 added in the last two months, a seven hundred percent increase over the total at the end of last year.
Over the last four years, Turkey witnessed increased demand for IP/ network surveillance systems, where commercial sector accounted for majority of the demand.
During the 2004-2005 influenza season, CDC's center in Atlanta received [approximately equal to] 3,500 strains from domestic and foreign surveillance.