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VideoSurveillance.com Designs Avigilon Security Camera System for Mississippi State University's Football Stadium

Published by Ellen on April 3, 2013 8:30 AM

There's no question that large crowds can be difficult to control. Mississippi State's college football stadium is a prime example of this, attracting an upwards of 55,000 football fans per game. With thousands of roaring fans packed inside the stadium, it's not rare for a physical fight to break out in the stands. To increase the overall level of security, Mississippi State University reached out to VideoSurveillance.com to design a high-megapixel HD network camera system.

VideoSurveillance.com carefully analyzed Mississippi State's security needs and objectives to come up with a custom integration plan that would allow for easy set-up and installation. One of Mississippi State's primary objectives was to locate and identify disruptive fans through surveillance video. After examining the football stadium's layout and size, VideoSurveillance.com determined that an Avigilon 29MP security camera system would provide the right amount of image detail needed to identify facial characteristics. Packed with raw power, the Avigilon 29MP network camera delivers remarkably clear video footage, wide dynamic range, low-light performance, and Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology.
With live and recorded video at its fingertips, Mississippi State can respond faster to violent incidents. As a result of implementing the new Avigilon security camera system, Mississippi State will save a significant amount of money on hiring and training additional security personnel. Thanks to the camera's wide angle of view, over half of the stadium is monitored on just four Avigilon cameras. To learn more about this exciting project, please visit our Mississippi State Case Study page.

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