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June 27, 2019 //By Rich Pell
Smart city video platform 'fuses' public, private camera systems
Video and IoT SaaS company Fusus (Peachtree Corners, GA) has announced the official launch of its unified video platform for smart cities and communities.
entire communities to collect and securely share camera locations and recorded video evidence between private and public sources. In the event of a theft, for example, police may automatically request to a store owner a recorded video to speed the process of evidence gathering in their investigation.

Fusus was previously SecuroNet - a public-private camera mapping and registry company. The updated brand and product offerings, say the company, are a reflection of the advances in video and IoT networking that the company has since developed.


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