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Mobotix IP cameras deliver megapixel surveillance for Ohio high school

Published by Dan on March 23, 2009 11:59 AM

Jackson High School in Cleveland, Ohio has installed a new IP surveillance system that uses high-resolution Mobotix IP cameras, MXControlCenter video management software, and two-way VoIP communication. This cutting-edge solution provides vastly improved image quality when compared to the school's previous analog CCTV system. The new scalable IP video system also offers considerable savings in installation and maintenance.

Everything about the recent updates Jackson High School is state-of-the-art, including the surveillance system. To monitor this impressive education facility, 62 Mobotix network cameras operate using a VLAN (virtual local area network) off the school's fiber backbone network. The cameras cover key locations throughout the 150,000-square-foot facility, as well as the school's bus barn.

One of the keys to the system, besides outstanding image quality for both live and recorded video, is remote and mobile video monitoring. Cameras can be accessed by authorized users on any PC or laptop with an internet connection, and even from mobile phones. This allows school employees and local police and fire officials to check in on specific camera locations if there's a disturbance. The Mobotix cameras also support bi-direction VoIP communication, which enables first responders to use IP devices to listen in on room and communicate directly with those near a specific camera.

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