Buffalo Public School District improves video surveillance systems – Security Magazine

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The Buffalo Public School District (BPSD) has improved its security measures. BPSD will utilize i-PRO fisheye and multi-sensor cameras, along with network video recorders (NVR). The BPSD serves 28,000 K-12 students out of 70 facilities in western New York.

The BPSD modernization project started with replacing 2% of their older interior PTZ cameras with i-PRO 5MP fisheye network cameras while swapping out their obsolete recorders with i-PRO NV300 NVRs. Through several phases, they upgraded a large percentage of their 5,000 older cameras with new i-PRO vandal-resistant dome cameras, additional fisheye cameras and strategically placed multi-sensor cameras for building exteriors and common gathering places.

Advancements in camera technology had prompted BPSD to modernize cameras primarily because certain camera deployments were limited in their field of view, causing security teams to miss some events and incidents. As well as solving that issue, by updating to i-PRO fisheye cameras in hallways where schools had two cameras, BSDS were able to replace them with a single camera. 

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