Security Cameras

video_surveillance_icon-01Georgia State University is committed to the enhancement of public safety, the quality of life, and the maintenance of an environment conducive to quality education, individual privacy, diversity, and freedom of expression. Accordingly, the University is using closed -circuit television (CCTV), which includes video surveillance cameras, monitors and digital video recorders, to monitor public areas in order to deter crime and assist the Georgia State University Police Department (GSUPD) in providing for the security and safety of individuals and property that are part of the University community.

GSU Video Surveillance System

  • IP Based Network Cameras
  • Centralized, managed and protected storage
  • 30 day recording retention period
  • Secure camera access
  • Daily visual inspection of cameras for functionality
  • GSUPD access to all cameras and recordings for investigative purposes

Ocularis Camera Management Application

How to request access to the Ocularis system >

  • View camera images via Desktop Client
  • Assignable roles and permissions
  • Remote camera control for PTZ cameras
  • Custom configurable views of one or more cameras
  • More information at http://onssi.com/ocularis

Suggested Cameras

Georgia State University has three camera types suggested for surveillance use:

Use the form below to purchase new cameras, report a malfunction, request camera footage, and more. If you need additional assistance, please contact the IIT Technology Service Desk at help.gsu.edu.