About Lewiston-Porter Central School District
Located in the historic town of Youngstown, NY, Lewiston-Porter Central School District is responsible for ensuring the safety of approximately 2,100 students and 375 full-time employees. Only 15 miles from Niagara Falls, the town itself is a 64-square mile community nestled along the Niagara River on the Canadian border. Referred to locally as “Lew-Port”, the K-12 public school district is comprised of six buildings; four school buildings on a campus setting, one former administration building and one community resource center utilized for staff development and various athletic and community activities. The district promotes a diverse learning environment with a focus on the individual student and respect for all.
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About Gorford City
Central Coast Council has built a comprehensive video surveillance solution covering multiple towns across the council area with a combination of Pelco fixed and PTZ cameras supported by Pelco’s VideoXpert VMS and installed by ECS Services. A recent upgrade to the Street Safe solution has seen the latest technologies introduced to key parts of the system.
Central Coast was among the first council areas in New South Wales (NSW) to install video surveillance and began rolling out its Street Safe solution nearly 15 years ago in response to requests from the local community. The first cameras were installed in 2004, meaning Pelco and ECS have been partnering with Central Coast Council for approximately 15 years. The original system was analogue and was installed in and around Gosford, then expanded to Umina. Next came upgrades at Gosford and Umina and an expansion to Woy Woy, as other businesses fed up with property damage sought CCTV to protect their premises.
With the help of John Adams from Security Electronics & Networks, we are able to hear from Sergeant Steve Hassett and Senior Constable Don Buchanan from NSW Police as they share the challenges and solutions that the system solved with Craig Cobbin from Pelco.
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About T-Mobile Arena
T-Mobile Arena, a joint venture between MGM Resorts
International and the Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG),
opened on the Las Vegas Strip on April 6, 2016, with a concert
by The Killers, Shamir and Wayne Newton. As the world’s most
automated and energy-efficient entertainment, sporting and
concert venue, T-Mobile Arena partnered with Schneider Electric
to design an end-to-end smart technology solution with a single,
real-time view into all critical infrastructure systems. As part of
its mission to provide a best-in-class entertainment experience
for its 20,000 guests, T-Mobile Arena also invested in Pelco by
Schneider Electric video surveillance and security solutions for
uncompromised safety and security.
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About Chuckchansi Gold Casino and Resort
Nestled into the base of the Sierra Foothills and on the way to California’s Yosemite National Park, the Chukchansi Gold Casino and Resort offers visitors and locals alike a scenic gaming and entertainment destination. It is owned and operated by the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians and features 56,000 square feet of gaming space with 1,750 slot machines and 36 table games as well as a night club, players club, and dining and entertainment services.
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About Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Located in the Central San Joaquin Valley, Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) is a regional aviation hub in the heart of California
that serves more than 1.2-million passengers annually. The airport is home to eight different airlines that provide non-stop service from
FAT to 10 different domestic and international locations. The airport encompasses more than 2,000 acres, and features two runways
and associated taxiways that are capable of accommodating most airline fleets. As with any airport, the use of video surveillance is
absolutely critical to ensuring the safety and security of both passengers and staff at FAT.
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About Memphis Tennessee Airport
When airline travel first started in America in the early part of the 20th century, most airports consisted of a sod field runway, a few hangars and perhaps 15 passengers a day. Now, one hundred years later, millions of people are flying everyday in commercial airlines
and air freight planes are transporting everything that can be bought and sold. Keeping up with the expansive growth in commercial
and freight air travel has been a challenge for many airports such as the 2nd busiest cargo airport in the world, located in Memphis,
Tennessee. Here, renovations, expansions and upgrades will soon be underway to improve aircraft access to the terminal, enhance the
customer experience with safer and more modern facilities – and ensure they are ready for the next growth phase.
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The Pelco solutions that The Hagadone Corporation installed were found to not only adapt to a wide range of environments, but also help their business and community thrive. As a result of transitioning their surveillance setup, they saw major cost savings, increased operational efficiency, and a rise in public safety.
“Pelco enhanced our day-to-day operations, employee execution, and efficiency,” said Nick Buley, Director of Security. “We’re able
to catch a lot more things, improve on a lot of our tasks, and make our day-to-day operations a little safer.”
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