Layer3 Security Services® Protects SOCAL Racing Team

During the first quarter of 2011, Layer3 Security Services® completed the installation and commissioning of a state of the art IP video surveillance system for a Southern California based auto racing team. Layer3 Security Services® provided a complete physical security design incorporating 1080P cameras from IQinVision, a video management system from exacqVision as well as a perimeter protection solution from Optex. "This racing team went looking for more than a traditional physical security system and they found it in the solutions provided by Layer3 Security Services®. The cost effective perimeter solution and high definition cameras help safeguard the facility while the [...]

June 1st, 2011|

MOBOTIX Cameras Protect Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame In New York

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex NYC is the absolute "must see" place for fans of Rock Music. Located in Soho, just a few blocks from Little Italy and Chinatown, the museum is becoming the newest attraction for music fans from New York, and of course visiting tourists. “It’s easy to get lost in the music as you journey through galleries filled with the personal mementos of Rock legends like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen. From guitar heroes like Jimi Hendrix to song poets like Bob Dylan” That is the slogan for this exhibition. [...]

June 8th, 2010|

National Eagle Center uses IQinVision and Milestone technology to stream eagles live

The US National Eagle Center in Wabasha, Minnesota, is streaming live footage from their Eagle webcams, using IQinVision HD Megapixel cameras. IQinVision donated three IQeye megapixel cameras and Up-n-Running Consulting and Grant Jensen donated the integration and installation expertise. “For the project, I received donations of three IQeye HD megapixel network cameras from IQinVision, network hardware from Tapemark, servers from Hewlett Packard, and IP camera management software from Milestone Systems,” said Jensen. From humble beginnings in the late 1980s, the National Eagle Center has grown to be America’s acknowledged authority on eagles and boasts a distinctive 15,000 square foot interpretive [...]

May 27th, 2010|
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