According to new reports, 14 Verkada surveillance cameras will be installed in Downtown Lakeland, a neighborhood in Florida.
As outlined by The Ledger, the Lakeland Downtown Development Authority says that the cameras will provide “additional eyes” for the city’s sidewalks, streets and alleyways.
“The goal of those cameras is to decrease the undesirable behaviors that negatively impact our public and private spaces,” said Julie Townsend, Executive Director of the LDDA, as reported by the news outlet.
The LDDA reportedly chose to deploy the cameras from Verkada due to the company’s 24/7 service and ten-year warranty offering.
It additionally allows an unlimited number of users to access to the 4K camera footage, which is based on a cloud storage model.
The outlet says that the owners of businesses will be able to access video footage from the cameras for up to 30 days.