WavestoreUSA Storage Technology Featured at Secured Cities 2013

Securing an entire campus, healthcare facility or transportation system is one of the most challenging prospects in the world of surveillance. But with today’s leading technology, the task is much more manageable. That’s where WavestoreUSA and the Secured Cities Conference can help.

WavestoreUSA will be showcasing their innovative recording solutions at Secured Cities 2013, November 14-15 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The conference brings together major stakeholders in municipal, healthcare and education vertical markets to share the latest in technology, best practices and lessons learned. WavestoreUSA will be on hand at booth #208 to explain how their professional digital video security systems can effectively serve customers in these markets and more. The company offers both recorders and digital video servers that support a wide range of IP, HD and megapixel surveillance solutions, including the highly sought-after 360-degree and night-vision cameras from a variety of manufacturers. This flexibility gives end users a choice of solutions, so they get exactly the technology that works best for their facility.

For example, in municipal surveillance environments, an assortment of surveillance cameras are often required, from megapixel units in busy public areas to 360-degree “fish eye” lenses on subways and night-vision cameras near monuments and parks. For educational and healthcare campuses, 360-degree cameras are especially useful indoors, helping operators see down lengthy hallways or around sharp corners. These settings are also ideal for HD cameras, since evidence-quality video is often required after incidents of crime or terrorism. With WavestoreUSA recorders and servers, any user can benefit from seamless integration of all these various cameras, as well as integration with access control.

Join the WavestoreUSA team at this year’s Secured Cities to experience the technology first-hand. Visit www.securedcities.com for more information.