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Knight Security Systems awarded video surveillance contract by Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services

Austin, TX-based Knight Security Systems, a security systems integrator, reports that it has been awarded a contract by Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), which it values at more than $12 million and calls the largest single security contract in the state of Texas for 2009.

Knight will install a network of more than 3,200 high-definition video cameras in 335 buildings at 12 state-supported living centers across Texas.
The project is to be completed by August 2011, as required by the DADS contract, but Knight Security Systems believes it could finish six months ahead of schedule.

The installation includes nearly 35 miles of fiber cabling within the video surveillance network, according to Knight.


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