Published on 29 May, 2012
|This GSA contract listing will allow direct access to IndigoVision products through GSA
IndigoVision, leading manufacturer of IP Video Surveillance Solutions, has been awarded GSA approved vendor status, allowing the company to provide a complete range of IP Security Solutions to the US Government, military and GSA purchasers.
The GSA Contract Schedule has been awarded for an initial five-year period under contract number GS-07F-0271Y, listing IndigoVision as a preferred government supplier. While IndigoVision has already won many contracts within the US government, this GSA contract listing will allow direct access to IndigoVision products through GSA, as well as allowing the IndigoVision Partner VAR channel to list and carry the IndigoVision line as a part of their services offering.
Kevin Bradley, President, IndigoVision North America, commented: “We have always worked hard to meet the US government’s specific security requirements and to provide the best possible solutions. We look forward to continuing to support US security, both domestically and abroad, and to expanding the work we do within all government entities.”
The IndigoVision solution is installed globally for projects in airports, ports, rail, traffic, cities, retail, banking, mining, education, casinos, police, prisons and government. Last year, the Town of Harrison Police Department, located in Harrison, New Jersey, deployed a city-wide wireless surveillance system based on IndigoVision’s IP video technology, improving incident response times and increasing the percentage of investigations resulting in arrests and prosecutions.
Recent major projects outside North America include a security monitoring system on the Santiago Metro system, a 3700+ camera surveillance system in the new Terminal 3 at Delhi International Airport (DIAL) that is believed to be the largest single installation of an IP video system anywhere in Asia, and surveillance for one of the world’s largest integrated oil and gas projects, Sakhalin-2, in the harsh subarctic environment of Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East.