closed-circuit television

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a television system that is not used for broadcasting but is connected by cables to designated monitors (as in a factory or theater)

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Despite closed-circuit security cameras and a resident drugs unit, scores of keen addicts make their way to Kerr's fourth-floor flat in Glasgow's Dundasvale Court, in Cowcaddens.
The family feared the "sprightly" pensioner so much that they installed closed-circuit security cameras, Cardiff Crown Court heard.
This feature allows for the development of very affordable closed-circuit security monitoring systems that are simple to set up for consumers and small businesses and are less expensive than systems currently available.
The network also connects more than 750 closed-circuit security cameras, feeding information to 40 monitoring and control stations.
At the touch of a key, the operator of a closed-circuit security surveillance system using an individualized program can automatically scan the input of any number of cameras in the system on any of the monitors.
Despite closed-circuit security cameras and a resident drugs unit, scores of addicts make their way to Kerr's fourth-floor flat in Glasgow's Dundasvale Court, in Cowcaddens.
At their new Parklands development in Edinburgh, Bellway Homes have gone one step further, fitting each home with a closed-circuit security camera, which can be tuned into your TV.
He said Hunt had shown a degree of "bravery" in admitting all the offences and had not used the craft knife that he had thrown into bushes - an action captured on closed-circuit security cameras.
It makes products ranging from extinguishers, fire blankets and smoke alarms to industrial fire engines, military bridges and closed-circuit security cameras.
A total of 1000 spaces are set aside for staff and the new charges have to be introduced to cover improvements we have made, such as closed-circuit security cameras.
According to Simon, buildings that jump a generation of technology, from old-fashioned video tape recorders and closed-circuit security cameras to new network based systems that rely on hard drives to store camera footage the way a TiVo stores TV shows, are at a distinct advantage by skipping second generation technology such as DVRs.
Britain has about 4 million closed-circuit security cameras, and police say the average Briton is on as many as 300 cameras every day.
Already Britain has the most closed-circuit security televisions monitoring the streets, public and private buildings, than anywhere else in the world.
Mabhuh had been drugged and asphyxiated, apparently by a group of people seen on hotel closed-circuit security cameras following him to his room.
The city will also use the wireless network for police, fire and utility applications, including remote connectivity for officers and closed-circuit security cameras for high-traffic public areas.