Credit Union Journal: New Security Camera System Demonstrates RO 'Eye'

May 28, 2012 | Coverage

When a credit union deploys a new technology solution, two things are almost sure to happen: It will take longer than expected to optimally use the system, and there will be some software glitches.

By Scott Kersnar

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – When a credit union deploys a new technology solution, two things are almost sure to happen: It will take longer than expected to optimally use the system, and there will be some software glitches.

Both things proved true for Denali Alaskan FCU. It implemented a 3VR surveillance system as it sought to swap out its old Lenox surveillance cameras “for something that would give more bang for the buck,” said Kirby Milham, security director for Denali, who oversees security for 18 branches in six Alaska cities and all its ATMs.

“One of the things I started realizing lately,” Milham told Credit Union Journal, “is the ability to tailor the camera for higher resolution than the older systems were capable of. For cameras in more sensitive areas I can make them record more than just looking at the parking lot.” Milham said the higher resolution is helpful in identifying “potential bad people.”

View the May issue 2012 Credit Union Journal here.


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