Levi’s Stadium is the new “it” spot in the Bay Area and it turns out the thousands of people who’ve been flocking to the games are all being watched with a new cutting edge camera system.
Ever since footage emerged from a San Francisco firefighters’ helmet of a truck running over a Asiana Airlines crash victim in July 2013, firefighters on the department have been banned from wearing the cameras. That policy is now under review.
Automobiles will one day “know” who is in the driver’s seat, literally…
The Fremont City Council has voted unanimously to set up a system of surveillance cameras to watch who is going in and out of town.
With the help of private surveillance cameras, burglaries are down in Fremont. Now, city officials want to install high-def cameras and license plate readers to track criminals coming from out of town.
Fourteen cameras — seven trained on each goalmouth — have been hung up in all 12 World Cup stadiums. The cameras will record 500 images per seconds, and a computer will digest the frames. Within a second of a ball crossing the line, the referee’s special watch will vibrate and flash “GOAL.”
Palo Alto residents surprised by the placement of a number of surveillance cameras over the past weekend have called on city government to better explain their usage.
Oakland official have delayed a vote on hiring a contractor for a controversial surveillance system in the city.
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Drivers approaching the majestic Golden Gate Bridge will experience something new for the first time in 76 years: no human toll collectors.