A city campus uses a video surveillance solution unobtrusively to distinguish residents from visitors.
Controlling access to college residence halls is a notorious challenge. When one student uses an ID card to open a door, a mob of others might follow. That’s a problem: An accurate occupancy record is important for incident investigation and for making sure everyone evacuates during an emergency. The University of San Francisco (USF) wanted to:
USF uses its existing Cisco Video Surveillance Manager and software from iOmniscient for facial recognition. Now the desk attendant simply asks for the ID of anyone who is not recognized as a resident.
- Jason Rossi,
Director, One Card and Campus Security Systems at USF