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Video Surveillance in Eugene, Oregon

Call us at 877-478-1911 to speak with an IP video specialist today. Our experts are on hand to guide you in selecting the right video surveillance equipment for your needs.

Eugene, Oregon lies in the southern Willamette Valley, surrounded on three sides by lush green hills. The third largest town in Oregon, Eugene is considered to be the running capital of the United States and is well known for its unique blend of subculture, sports, and beautiful scenery. Video surveillance is a common form of security for businesses, schools and other organizations in the Emerald City, and the development of IP cameras and networked surveillance will only make installation and integration more popular.

Campus Security Cameras in Eugene

Eugene is home to several college campuses, including the University of Oregon, Northwest Christian College, and Lane Community college. The University of Oregon relies on video surveillance systems to monitor and maintain its large and scenic campus, with cameras in department offices, buildings, student unions and recreational centers and libraries. Autzen Stadium, home of the University of Oregon Ducks, recently underwent an extensive expansion and renovation. Its luxury locker rooms, field and press box are protected by security cameras.

Security Cameras at the 2008 Olympic Trials

Eugene earned the nickname Track Town, USA after legendary track coach Bill Bowerman introduced jogging to Eugene, and in turn, the entire country, in the late 1960s. Bowerman’s incredible achievements include the development of the waffle-style sole on the first Nike shoes, coaching track legend Steve Prefontaine, and giving Hayward Field at the University of Oregon a first-class reputation. Hayward Field is so renowned, in fact, that it hosted the 2008 Olympic Trials. With a sudden influx of world-class athletes, press and officials, maintaining security at Hayward field will be crucial. While there is an existing CCTV system at Hayward, an upgrade to flexible IP video could provide more security. This is a great opportunity for local security integrators to show the world the power and flexibility of IP video.

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