Guest Column | December 16, 2015

6 Things Integrators Need To Know About Video Surveillance

By Tim Carrigan, Manager of Technical & Design Services, RGB Spectrum

Video Surveillance

High-quality video wall systems display a range of visuals with eye-catching impact. From emergency management facilities to mission control rooms, government and military IT teams are deploying video wall systems in a range of applications including: ongoing operations, command and control, emergency management, infrastructure protection, network operations, and video surveillance.

The need to visualize disparate sets of data and instantly share information for collaborative analysis across agencies and organizations makes choosing the right video surveillance system crucial. From intelligent traffic control systems to border surveillance and emergency management systems, a well designed control room enables the display of critical information in real-time to enhance situational awareness, monitoring capabilities and operator response.

When planning a video wall setup to aid with video surveillance, there are a number of things to consider including working with a design team that offers knowledge and experience can help maximize the long-term ROI of the investment from both a system performance and financial perspective. Below are five things integrators need to know when using a video wall system for video surveillance.

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