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The emergence of global terrorism has resulted in countermeasures by governments designed to protect life and property, and to serve justice. It has spawned new markets and driven industry into fielding new technologies in order to detect, thwart, and respond to attacks and prosecute offenders. These new technologies and capabilities are being commercialized to bring new efficiencies, profits and protection to the undertakings of governments and the private sector.
Today, security and intelligence-gathering solutions based on closed-circuit television (CCTV), digital video recorders (DVRs), and IP cameras are disjointed and “under-integrated”systems. They do not adequately leverage IP-based technologies or the Internet to address the emerging needs in the security market space. Current market needs imply that users must access video, audio and data surveillance networks which are not just stationary. They must be fully mobile and portable in nature. They must provide real- or near-real-time sensory inputs, collected from a collection of mobile vehicles and stationary locations. Such inputs must be aggregated at a central location in real-time with the goal of providing a cognitive reaction to a condition or event. These networks require integration with analytics and sensor data analysis and the ability to “push” information to mobile users for the purposes of reaction and response.
Typical use cases for intelligent, network-attached surveillance platforms require confidentiality and integrity of the transmitted content. This is especially important since the system relies on an open and public network infrastructure. Patton achieved security using encrypted VPN tunnels between the remotes and the headend (Command Center).VPN tunnels between the remotes and the commend center alleviatespotential problems arising from the dynamic nature of IP address assignment in cellular and other wireless data networks. VPN tunnels between the remotes and the commend center alleviatespotential problems arising from the dynamic nature of IP address assignment in cellular and other wireless data networks.