Treasure Island Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas recently completed an overhaul of its video surveillance infrastructure with the help of Surveillance Systems Integration.
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With the help of California-based Surveillance Systems Integration, the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas recently finished a complete overhaul of its surveillance network, upgrading from an analog-based system to a new digital recording and virtual matrix solution.
According to SSI president Todd Flowers, the project took nearly a year to complete.
"All the work that we did was in the head-end. We basically did all the work in the server room, in the surveillance observation room and in the security observation room," Flowers explained. "We completely removed their old system."
SSI Business Development Manager Rick Phan said 1,250 cameras were integrated into the Pelco Endura system with the capability to expand up to 1,400 immediately.
In addition to integrating the resort’s cameras, SSI was also responsible for outfitting the surveillance and security observation rooms with new operator consoles and video walls.
"I think it’s one of the most aesthetically designs that we’ve had," Phan said. "What TI had envisioned was to have monitors really just stand out, keep the operators alert and awake, and keep everything in plain view basically."
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