The Port recently upgraded its mission-critical Transportation Management and Emergency Operations Center (TMC/EOC) to oversee the Port’s traffic flow, improve its maritime operations and provide a safer, more secure maritime area.
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Five areas where centralized security systems are making urban centers safer
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While political debates regarding public safety dominate the headlines, breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) and other digital technology, including faster, more affordable bandwidth, are revolutionizing the ways cities conduct surveillance and provide security. In major cities throughout the U.S., public officials are utilizing turnkey systems that integrate video footage, access management platforms, traffic monitoring and body-worn cameras into central high-speed networks. Such centralization allows for data to be collected from more sources and analyzed in real time. The top five challenges facing cities and municipalities are: