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Public Safety &
Law Enforcement

Law enforcement, first responders, and corrections personnel are key to the welfare of society. Many today are leveraging the power of Intransa servers, storage and appliances, to make the job easier in a time of reduced funding and

In recent years, we have seen a surge in the amount and type of surveillance that is being deployed to protect the public and manage crime.

Manage both dangerous
and routine situations

As the technology advances and the ability to store more images at higher resolution for longer periods proliferates, we continue to come up with new and innovative ways to enhance public safety and improve police efficiency.
Video surveillance is being used for traffic management and control, area surveillance and monitoring, virtual stakeouts of high crime areas, remote video monitoring of traffic stops, chain of custody, forensics, corrections monitoring, mobile surveillance, and a wide range of other related applications.

Temporary and permanent

And with this kind of surveillance, video analytics, or access control solution, safety, theft, inventory shrinkage, inappropriate access, unattended objects, and suspicious behavior can be quickly identified and tracked, useful for forensics or as-it-happens. And standard perimeter, access control, and physical security systems can be leverages to use the same video surveillance infrastructure and management systems.
Intransa VideoAppliance™ is an ideal, affordable, and reliable platform that supports the widest selection of video management system, access control, and video analytics choices in the industry.

From individual to
large facilities

Individual facilities and locations can be affordably protected with the help of Intransa VideoAppliance™ all-in-one platforms that are simple to deploy and deliver the widest choice in the industry of VMS, access control, and video analytics options.
Larger or more complex deployments leverage Intransa EnterpriseServer and EnterpriseStorage, providing capacity either onsite or in a remote Security Operations Center (SOC) or the organization’s IT data center.

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