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NAV's surveillance solution to deliver a sterling performance at the New Jersey Performing Arts Centre

Published on 17 May, 2010
New Jersey Performing Arts Centre upgrades its surveillance system to one from NAV
The Centre's existing analogue PTZ cameras will be replaced with an integrated system utilising IP cameras

North American Video (NAV), the market leader in designing and delivering state-of-the-art integrated video surveillance and security solutions announced it has been awarded the contract to upgrade the video surveillance system at the New Jersey Performing Arts Centre (NJPAC).

The new system will include a hybrid video solution that will allow NJPAC to leverage their existing infrastructure while upgrading to newer and more advanced recording and imaging technology.

"We are excited about this opportunity to offer our experience and services to help NJPAC achieve their goal of improving the performance and reliability of the video surveillance system," said Jason Oakley, Chief Executive Officer, North American Video. "The hybrid solution will help to reduce costs for the upgrade but still allow for future expansion and technology upgrades."

Situated on a 12-acre site on the Newark riverfront, the 250,000 square foot NJPAC is the country's sixth largest performing arts venue. Opened in 1997, the Centre was a key project in the city's revitalisation initiative and has since successfully served as a model for programming, audience diversity and educational opportunities. With the help of a Department of Homeland Security grant through the County, the Centre is able to facilitate the video surveillance upgrade, which will be a turnkey project entirely designed and managed by NAV.

The Centre's existing analogue PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) cameras will be replaced with an integrated system utilising IP cameras as well as a head-end recording and software management solution, including a common GUI (graphical user interface). Utilising the existing fibre infrastructure, NAV will also implement a complete security network that will allow high quality live viewing and recording, with full camera control.

Mr. Oakley added: "Our approach to delivering best in class security and surveillance solutions includes deploying the right technology, using top notch people and paying attention to the details. This approach has helped us to earn our customers for the long term - we are delighted to count NJPAC as an NAV customer."

For more information, e-mail, call toll free 1-800-714-0717, or visit their website.

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