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NICE Receives a Multi-Million Dollar Order
March 03, 2008
NICE Systems (News - Alert) Ltd. -- a provider of advanced solutions that enable organizations to extract Insight from Interactions to drive performance -- has announced that Victoryland has placed a multi-million dollar order to expand its NICE environment with NiceVision Net, NICE’s end-to-end solution for IP video security with content analytics.
The NICE solution will be used to enhance monitoring and investigation capabilities at the facility while decreasing total security cost of ownership, according to NICE’s officials.
The solution is expected to be implemented together with NICE partner Sport View Technologies, a provider of electronic systems integration and solution packages to the Gaming industry.
Based in Shorter, Alabama, US, Victoryland holds live greyhound racing and simulcast greyhound and horse racing from all over the country, and the facility is equipped with over 3300 video bingo machines.
Victoryland expects that video analytics from NICE will enable its security staff to streamline operations and “improve security and safety by monitoring occupancy, the traffic of attendees and eliminating fraud at the facility.”
Roman Burchart, director of technical services at Sport View Technologies, said in a statement, that his company selected the NICE solution with its video content analytics to enhance the facilities surveillance capabilities, as well as to be able to provide high quality video evidence of potentially prosecutable activities.
“We also expect that leveraging the IP solution will enable us to significantly decrease the cost of the project’s installation over a traditional analog solution,” he added.
He explained that the scalable IP video solution offered by NiceVision Net will provide Victoryland with a high availability architecture that is supported by features, such as patent pending Zero Points of Failure encoder redundancy, which ensures non-stop surveillance under any condition for mission critical applications.
Commenting on the latest selection of his company’s high-end video surveillance solutions, Shykeh Gordon, president at NICE Vision, said that the solutions are being selected by more and more private entities seeking to ensure the safety of their customers and to protect their assets.
“This is also an evidence that NICE is the premier solution for security personnel which are increasingly requiring their digital video surveillance data to be run on IP-based networks and to benefit from the surveillance insights they can gain from advanced analytics,” remarked Gordon.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.