Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), a U.S. Army Hospital and Level 1 Trauma Center at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, is expanding its implementation of NICE security solutions and upgrading its video surveillance capabilities with NiceVision Net 2.0.
BAMC has used NICE video surveillance solutions since 2001, and is now expanding the deployment to secure new facilities, which include a new seven-story hospital wing and an adjoining 5,000-space multi-level parking garage, the company says.
BAMC is also renovating an existing facility where NICE video surveillance solutions are already deployed. For those planned expansions and improvements, BAMC is deploying the latest version of NICE’s IP video solution, NiceVision Net 2.0.
The deployment will enable BAMC to leverage its existing infrastructure of analog surveillance cameras while migrating to IP video. The NiceVision solution provides smart video capabilities for encoders, access control and cameras resulting is improved video surveillance capabilities and a lower overall total cost of ownership, the company says.
The NICE solution facilitates more efficient and effective management, maintenance and control of a video surveillance deployment, and it can accommodate BAMC’s rapid facility expansion which is expected to include more than 1,600 video surveillance cameras planned for integration with the NICE solution.
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