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Long Branch, NJ schools in adopt Avigilon HD surveillance system
Vancouver, Canada-based Avigilon, the specialist in high-definition (HD) and megapixel video surveillance systems, reports that the Long Branch, NJ, public schools have deployed the Avigilon HD surveillance system.
According to the company, the superintendent, school administrators, and IT team at the school system manage the Avigilon surveillance system using Avigilon Control Center network video management software (NVMS).
Avigilon HD cameras, ranging from five to 16 megapixels, have been installed at five schools. The Avigilon 16 megapixel cameras have been installed on the exterior of the buildings to monitor the parking lots and the high school’s football field, while the remaining Avigilon HD cameras are installed throughout the interior of the schools.
The school system also installed 10 Avigilon HD network video recorders (NVR) to store up to two months of continuous surveillance video.
Long Branch Public Schools plans to install the Avigilon HD surveillance system at its remaining schools within the next year, according to the company.