Georgia School District Migrates to IP-based Security Solution
The Cherokee County School District (CCSD) is the eight largest school system in Georgia, with 57 schools and centers, including 24 elementary schools, seven middle schools, seven high schools, three preschool centers, central offices, and warehouses. With approximately 40,000 students and 4,500 staff to protect, the district’s public safety department takes its job very seriously. CCSD decided to install new IP cameras in its high schools and middle schools, while transitioning analog cameras from those facilities over to the district’s elementary schools. They also needed a hybrid solution that would grow with the organization.
After working with Intelligent Marketing, a manufacturer representative for American Dynamics, CCSD migrated to IP by initially installing victor Unified management system, VideoEdge hybrid recorders, and American Dynamics’s Illustra cameras. The VideoEdge hybrid recorders allow CCSD to continue handling its old infrastructure of analog cameras as well as its new IP cameras. Another advancement for the school district is better image quality and remote capabilities.
- victor Unified Management System
- VideoEdge Hybrid Recorder
- Illustra IP Cameras