Published at Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 - 05:41:15 AM | Surveillance Cameras | By Arick Zimmermann
The use of Surveillance Cameras is no longer limited to commercial and official establishments nowadays; they can be used for homes as well. In the past, surveillance cameras systems were used exclusively for banks, convenience stores, shopping malls, government establishments, schools, hospitals and airports but thanks to developments in technology, they are now being used in residences and vehicles as well, take for example surveillance cameras for cars.
Your vehicle darts along the road, continuing to speed faster and faster. You press on the brakes, and discover you’ve lost control over the vehicle’s breaking system! Seconds later, you hit a wall. Proving Newton’s law that ”for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction,” your head whips back against the headrest. The airbag, which ballooned on impact, cushions your head. With your cranium buried in the inflated airbag, you feel like a dummy, and that is precisely what you are – a crash test dummy. To optimize what they could learn from you, researchers had placed a video surveillance camera on the wall. Such cameras remain useful throughout the life of an automobile.
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