Berkeley County, W.Va has awarded a contract to MOBOTIX, a New York-based provider of digital high-resolution network-based video security systems, to integrate an advanced surveillance infrastructure across multiple municipal buildings and complexes.
MOBOTIX will install more than 25 Hemispheric Q24 cameras (featuring 360 degree all-round views and panorama functionality) and MonoDome D24 cameras (featuring integrated multiple-window motion detection and flexible mounting for indoor and outdoor) to Berkeley County’s existing analog network.
“The entire instillation process has been effortless from design to implementation to activation,” says Gary Wine, Berkeley County’s director of information technology. “With MOBOTIX’s incredible hemispheric camera technology, the number of devices needed on-site has dropped significantly from previous levels—a testament to the precision and accuracy of image detail, the wide-angle images produced, and the expansive high-resolution storage capabilities,” says Wine, who added that less hardware has reduced data storage costs.
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