Tallahassee Airport Surveillance, Security Systems Upgraded

Technology aims to help enable better response during emergencies and investigations.
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ADT Commercial, a security systems integrator, has replaced Tallahassee Regional Airport’s legacy video surveillance systems with high-tech security systems.

ADT says it upgraded the airport’s surveillance cameras to help enable better response during emergencies and investigations. In addition, Intellex digital video recorders (DVRs) from American Dynamics were deployed and connected to a new Intransa storage system in a RAID configuration, recording all video and creating redundant backup on site, the company says.

The new security systems that have been deployed help the airport in its partnership with law enforcement and the Transportation Security Administration, said David Pollard, superintendent of airport operations. “These measures also elevate our facility among the few regional airports in the United States that are compliant with federal identification standards,” he said.

Tallahassee Regional Airport faced the task of modernizing its critical infrastructure to promote operational readiness and improve its security posture, and ADT Commercial was selected to integrate a wide range of security upgrades throughout the airport. “We're honored to help protect the Tallahassee Regional Airport, the entry point to Florida’s state capital,” said Dan Schroeder, ADT vice president.

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