Long Island District Deploys Network Cameras
- By Bridget McCrea
The Long Beach City School District in Long Island, NY is using network cameras from Axis Communications to provide surveillance at its schools. Designed by A+ Technology Solutions, the system leverages the district's existing infrastructure and provides the benefit of high-resolution clarity for positive identification.
The system incorporates Axis Communications' network cameras for the edge devices and IPVideo Corporation's Dynaview Enterprise Class NVR as the back-end solution. The security system is being rolled out in phases, starting with nearly 90 network cameras and the security management software being installed in the 1,350-student Long Beach High School.
"The Axis products we chose delivered the crisp pictures we desired and IPVideo Corporation's NVR was user friendly," said Michel Richez, director of technology and information services for Long Beach City School District, in a statement released this week. "There was minimal training and my administrators could use and access the video easily."
The cameras feature built-in, two-way audio capabilities, including audio detection alarm, enabling real-time communication with visitors or intruders.
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