Monthly Archives: April 2013

Surveillance Video Part of Our Future After Helping FBI Identify Boston Marathon Bombers

By Tom Vigilante, Jr. I wonder what would have happened if video surveillance cameras were not able to provide the Federal Bureau of Investigation any identifying evidence of the terrorists responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15. Once the FBI released still images and good quality video surveillance footage from a Lord and […]

Centralized Vision Builds Relationships with Security Camera Providers at ISC West Conference

By Tami Vigilante Tom and I just returned from a three-day trip to Las Vegas to attend the International Security Conference West show at the Sands Convention Center, where we established great relationships with various security camera software and equipment providers throughout the country to become advocates of Centralized Vision. ISC West is the largest […]

Phoenix TV Station Discusses Surveillance Cameras with Centralized Vision After Boston Marathon Bombing

With the FBI and Boston Police Department reviewing every photo and piece of video footage they can gather from the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy on April 15, 3TV television reporter Jared Dillingham looked into the increasing role of surveillance camera video and how it is being used in solving various crimes. Dillingham interviewed Centralized Vision […]

Increase in Auto Inventory Could Lead to Potential Criminal Activity at Car Dealerships

By Tom Vigilante, Jr. The current economic rebound has been great news for auto dealerships throughout the United States. According to a recent J.D. Powers and Associates study, new cars and trucks sales are expected to reach nearly 1.5 million vehicles in March and experts are forecasting that 15.3 million automobiles will be sold in […]