Patents on record with USPTO, etc. that are related to campus security in a variety of ways.
Active coordinated tracking for multi-camera systems
SRI International (Menlo Park, CA). A system and method for automatically controlling a plurality of cameras to track one or more targets and to optimize arbitration and selection of the best available camera for tracking the targets at any given time. A city, for example, may need surveillance during a large event where the attendees significantly outnumber the human security force.
Alert broadcasting to a plurality of diverse communications devices
Abu-Hakima et. al. (Kanata, CA). In the case of a school shooting at a university, the police or university security service may broadcast a warning via the university radio or television stations; however, a student studying in a quiet corner of a basement room of a campus library might not receive this warning
Attendance tracking system
InCom Corporation (Sutter, CA). Systems and methods for tracking the location of individuals, such as students entering or leaving a classroom. The monitoring system comprises student-specific id tags with wireless communication capabilities.
Body-worn vital sign monitor
Sotera Wireless, Inc. (San Diego, CA). A body-worn monitor that continuously measures a plurality of vital signs from a patient, and wirelessly transmits these directly to a central station. Preferably, monitor algorithms feature a low percentage of false positive alarms/alerts and a high percentage of true positive alarms/alerts.
Cellular messaging alert method and system
CMAS Holdings, LLC (Naples, FL). Provides an effective means of notifying a large percentage of the population in a given geographical area of an event, message or individual, without requiring that they be near a television or radio or that they have a television or radio turned on.
Converged logical and physical security
Vetrix, LLC (Dacono, CO). A security management system that includes a hierarchical security platform, converged IT and physical security management, unified credentialing, credential issuance and incident(s) management.
Still further aspects of the invention relate to obtaining, assembling and analyzing one or more of data, video information, image information, biometric information, sensor information, terrorist information, profile information, and/or other types of in
Emergency warning system and method of installation
Escherlogic Inc. (Pickering, CA). An emergency warning system comprising: a plurality of emergency annunciators for installation in a physical zone, each of said emergency annunciators being operable to independently and periodically perform a self-test for verifying its capacity to annunciate an emergency and to transmit a report of the self-test result.
Enhanced fire, safety, security, and health monitoring and alarm response method, system and device
Innovalarm Corporation (Oklahoma City, OK). Method, system and device useful with conventional personal computers respond automatically to an identified alarm sound by sending a notification signal via the Internet only when a special sound monitoring program is active.
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Hierarchical storage manager (HSM) for intelligent storage of large volumes of data
KD Secure, LLC (Tallahassee, FL). A correlation engine correlates two or more primitive video events from the video analytics devices weighted by the attribute data of the surveillance cameras used to capture the video data, and network events from the network management module weighted by attribute data of device corresponding to the network event. An alerting engine generates one or more alerts and performs one or more actions based on the correlation performed by the correlation engine.
Intelligent event determination and notification in a surveillance system
3VR Security, Inc. (San Francisco, CA). A method that determines whether a detected event is a significant event requiring action in a video surveillance system. Determined event attributes and object attributes are analyzed to determine if the potential event should trigger an action by the surveillance system. If the potential event should trigger an action, at least one action is triggered.
Location based services in a situational network
Resource Consortium Limited (VG). Examples of events that might initiate the formation of a situational network (SitNet) include weather phenomenon, emergency situations, natural disasters, navigation incidents or public health crises.
Method and protocol for real time security system
Richman Management Corporation (San Diego, CA). Enhances the performance of human guards within a security system and a method and protocol for communications between real time hardware and a real time security monitoring software system.
Methods and systems for operating a video surveillance system
UTC Fire & Security Americas Corp., Inc. (Bradenton, FL) In some applications, the plurality of cameras are coordinated to provide video coverage to a large area with many line-of-sight obstacles. The obstacles may make following a target of interest traveling through the area difficult.
Mobile alerting network
Global Alert Network, Inc. (Howard, PA). In an educational application, a Sensor Array can be set up on a college campus. An emergency alert message can be sent to all students if a criminal or violent activity took place on campus, advising the students of unsafe areas, or relaying police instructions.
Mobile interoperability workstation controller having video capabilities within an incident communications network
Mutualink, Inc. (Wallingford, CT). A mobile interoperability workstation (IWS) controller that can control designated communications and having, inter alia, inbound receiving and outbound sharing video capabilities, data file and data sending and receiving capabilities, text messaging capabilities and push to talk voice communications capabilities.
Multimedia network appliances for security and surveillance applications
e-Watch (San Antonio, TX). Network appliances for use in combination with a network based full service, multi-media surveillance system provide a wide range of monitoring techniques utilizing digital network architecture. The topology of the network will be established by the geographic situation of the specific installation.
Multimedia surveillance and monitoring system including network configuration
E-Watch, Inc. (San Antonio, TX). A comprehensive, wireless multimedia surveillance and monitoring system provides a combination of megapixel digital camera capability with full motion video surveillance with a network, including network components and appliances such as wiring, workstations, and servers with the option of geographical distribution with various wide area carriers.
Multimedia surveillance and monitoring system including network configuration
E-Watch, Inc. (San Antonio, TX). Provides a worldwide, low cost surveillance system with virtually unlimited geographic application, which is useful in applications where multiple buildings are part of the surveillance network, such as a college or corporate campus, school buildings or districts.
Personal safety mobile notification system
Autocart LLC (St. Louis, MO). An alert mode of a mobile device is activated based on an emergency situation in an area. The mobile device transmits an indication of the emergency situation to a communication network control system. The communication network control system transmits an indication of the emergency situation to one or more additional mobile devices in the area.
System for localizing and sensing objects and providing alerts
Digital Angel Corporation (South St. Paul, MN). The student monitoring application is directed at locating, monitoring and/or tracking children as they enter and exit a specially equipped school bus. It is desirable for parents and/or authorized school officials to be able to track or monitor when and where students get on or off the bus.
Systems and methods for business process monitoring
KD Secure, LLC (Tallahassee, FL). An intelligent security and surveillance system having alerts correlated using sensory data from one or more sensors, the sensory data weighted by attribute data representing information about the source of the sensory data. A system on college campuses may thwart future shootings. What are needed are a method, apparatus, and system of alerting that weights input data from disparate systems to lower false alarm rates and to filter out unwanted, spurious, or intentionally distracting information.
Systems and methods for localized wireless notification
QUALCOMM Incorporated (San Diego, CA). A geographical region can be defined based on, for example, a university or corporate campus. The localized notification server can directly broadcast the information content to mobile devices in the target region.
Triggering a 911 voice call from a non-voice message
AT&T Mobility II LLC (Atlanta, GA). Not all PSAP systems are capable of handling non-voice 911 messages, yet the popularity of text messaging has grown to the point that many people prefer sending and receiving a text message rather than making a voice based call.
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