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Old 04-17-2018, 03:02 PM #11
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I sure am glad that monopoly didn't pass. Now, the government controls it all and you can have your picture taken and stored in the Ohio government database every time you even walk into a dispensary.....

The State issues this Request for Proposal to accept bids from vendors to provide the State with an Open Video Management System (“VMS”) that enables the State to access, in real time, the live video surveillance cameras installed at all Ohio MMCP entity facilities. As an Open VMS, the requested system will be camera manufacturer agnostic, accepting input from any camera. The State’s goal is to have a tool that provides a well-organized single point of visibility, from a web based interface, to the entire population of cameras installed at the medical marijuana entities. The VMS will monitor and report on the camera population operational status (e.g. on/off ‘system health’) as well as provide real-time visibility to facility activity. Given an initial camera population of over 1000 cameras across an Ohio medical marijuana entity facility population of 100+ facilities, the State requires an efficient means of monitoring camera operational status as well as an efficient path for identifying a particular camera at a particular facility for real-time camera viewing.

This is much better than some fat cats getting fatter. Or, being able to grow at home like Responsible Ohio was going to allow. Awesome job Ohio voters. LMAO
I agree the State did a much better job of writing the med law... jokes
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Old 04-17-2018, 03:58 PM #12
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I sure am glad that monopoly didn't pass. Now, the government controls it all and you can have your picture taken and stored in the Ohio government database every time you even walk into a dispensary.....

The State issues this Request for Proposal to accept bids from vendors to provide the State with an Open Video Management System (“VMS”) that enables the State to access, in real time, the live video surveillance cameras installed at all Ohio MMCP entity facilities. As an Open VMS, the requested system will be camera manufacturer agnostic, accepting input from any camera. The State’s goal is to have a tool that provides a well-organized single point of visibility, from a web based interface, to the entire population of cameras installed at the medical marijuana entities. The VMS will monitor and report on the camera population operational status (e.g. on/off ‘system health’) as well as provide real-time visibility to facility activity. Given an initial camera population of over 1000 cameras across an Ohio medical marijuana entity facility population of 100+ facilities, the State requires an efficient means of monitoring camera operational status as well as an efficient path for identifying a particular camera at a particular facility for real-time camera viewing.

This is much better than some fat cats getting fatter. Or, being able to grow at home like Responsible Ohio was going to allow. Awesome job Ohio voters. LMAO
I agree the State did a much better job of writing the med law... jokes
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