Hospital Network Deploys 3VR Surveillance Platform

CHS has already installed more than 30 3VR systems with a focus on its hospital locations.
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Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS), a Charlotte, N.C.-based network of hospitals and clinics, is deploying 3VR’s “Video Intelligence Platform” (VIP) company-wide, 3VR says. In addition, CHS has already installed more than 30 3VR systems with a focus on its hospital locations.

“Video is a critical tool that allows us to keep our patients, staff and medical resources safe and secure,” said Scott Buff, CHS’ manager of investigations and training. “Prior to 3VR, if a crime occurred we would need to have investigators manually watch hours and hours of video,” he said adding, “With 3VR, we can quickly and easily search for and find incriminating video, reducing our investigation times by up to 40 percent and allowing us to investigate cases that we never had the bandwidth to pursue.”

All 3VR solutions feature advanced video analytics, such as facial surveillance and object detection, search capabilities, state-of-the-art central management options, as well as data integration with the customer's proprietary systems. 3VR's VIP includes several appliances, such as the P-Series, the most flexible, powerful, and supportable hybrid DVR/NVR available today, the 3VR Server-Class, a Windows-server solution offering maximum integration and management capabilities, and the recently released S-Series, designed for confined spaces.

3VR is “proud to be able to help CHS focus on such an important task, helping doctors treat patients in a safe and secure environment,” said Al Shipp, 3VR’s CEO. “CHS is a prime example of how video intelligence can be used to help organizations focus on their primary missions.”

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