Sony's e-Surveillance System is a new digital video security system that allows school administrators and law enforcement officials to observe emergency situations in real time via the internet.

Sony's system consists of both fixed and pan-tilt-zoom-enabled, internet protocol (IP)-addressable cameras with built-in web servers and Ethernet ports; Sony Real Shot camera recording and video management software; and network servers for video storage and retrieval. The software runs on Cisco infrastructure.

The cameras produce JPEG data files that can be accessed, monitored, recorded, and printed through a network connection by authorized personnel. The system's 720-gigabyte storage capacity can store 30 days...

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