Hybrid surveillance system from exacqVision secures NC Department of Corrections
The North Carolina Department of Corrections has deployed a hybrid surveillance solution that incorporates both IP and analog security cameras to monitor prisons throughout the state. The new system replaces aging DVRs with exacq's more versatile hybrid servers. Currently 60 exacqVision Hybrid Systems are being used to manage 1,600 analog cameras and 300 IP cameras positioned in the state's prison facilities.
Each prison features exacqVision hybrid servers and client software installed on a control room PC. Operators are able to quickly access all cameras for that building, and can search through footage archived digitally if an incident requires detailed investigation. Recorded footage can also be easily exported to a USB flash drive or DVD and presented to police as visual evidence.
In a prison setting, video surveillance provides a number of benefits. Operators are able to better identify the cause of an incident, as well as the suspects involved. Prison security cameras enable close monitoring of inmate behavior, and they work to protect prison staff as well as inmates.
The key benefit of the exacqVision hybrid solution is it has allowed the North Carolina Department of Corrections to migrate towards an IP-based system while still utilizing existing analog surveillance cameras.
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