Largest New Video Surveillance Projects 2016

Author: Brian Karas, Published on Mar 21, 2016

100 Integrators checked in with our latest survey looking at large projects globally for 2016.

This report is an update to our 2015 Largest Projects and a companion to our Large Video Surveillance Systems Guide which explains key drivers and product selections for this space.

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Comments (5)

It would be interesting to note the VMS software being used for these installs.

Sure would be helpful for a second post to go into the considerations for large deployments, i.s. network capacity, storage considerations, power distribution, etc.

Thanks John.

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