Public service departments are the foundation of any city and most have a rich install base of security cameras that serve buildings, transit facilities, and open spaces that citizens use every day.
PARKS AND RECREATION
Public safety and public service organizations are connected in many ways — from the city budgets to people relationships. vGrid provides another valuable connection between these two organizations by increasing the utility of an existing technology asset to enhance the safety of their community.
vGRID gives public safety departments a simple and cost-effective way to provide first responders access to the many security cameras already deployed across the city.
Bus stops, roadways, parking lots, sporting venues, and public libraries with security cameras can connect to vGRID quickly through the internet or a city’s private network without modification or upgrade expense to their premise security solution.
vGRID solves the challenge for public service departments who deploy different video security systems that don’t interoperate or converge at the first responder desk with one tool to access, search, and view quickly during emergency response situations. vGRID allows a public service premise to share cameras using their existing security system and provides that one tool on the first responder desk to see cameras with speed and relevance.
The city’s public service organization now becomes part of the community safety formula.