Right on schedule, my public records request for info on the Wireless Mesh Network is back. What I’ve seen so far is alarming. I found 36 cameras ordered, with network capacity and infrastructure for over 180. Even better, the camera has a face detection function which, per the manual: “detects the position of human face and the… Continue reading Seattle Police Cameras – The records are in but are they complete?
Hopefully you read my article from earlier this week on the Seattle Police Department’s “Port Security Mesh Network”. I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t consider 4th and Cherry the port. If you ask me, it’s quite squarely in the middle of downtown Seattle, you can only see a small sliver of the waterfront from there.… Continue reading Seattle Police Cameras – Not just for the port
(Also in The Seattle Times) Today the Seattle Port commissioners will attempt to ram through a pay increase. As was noted by the Seattle Times story published in late February, the plan was announced only two weeks ago by Tom Albro. For those of you who don’t know, the port commission is a legislative body. They are effectively… Continue reading Port Commission Increasing Pay from $47/hour to $328/hour
This website has been void of content for far too long, so I thought I would start posting updates on some of the projects I’m involved in. Hopefully you are all aware of the new cameras the Seattle Police Department is installing all around the city. If not, take a look at the West Seattle Blog… Continue reading Seattle Police Cameras – We’ve only scratched the surface