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premium content Surveillance cameras grow in use, sophistication

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Art Rosenberger, president of Shield Security Systems of Lehigh Valley in Zionsville, installs video equipment on a building. He said companies have a number of reasons for adopting video-surveillance tools.
Art Rosenberger, president of Shield Security Systems of Lehigh Valley in Zionsville, installs video equipment on a building. He said companies have a number of reasons for adopting video-surveillance tools. - (Photo / )

Video cameras are one of the most widely used surveillance devices, with an estimated 30 million in use in the U.S. today. Advances in technology and decreasing costs are encouraging more businesses to consider video surveillance to secure their assets – both infrastructure and employees – and provide business intelligence.

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