Liberty Schools: The great
relationship and communications between Liberty Schools and the Police
Department has been improved with the VCS.
School superintendent Stan Watson and Police Chief Rich Tisone view the Acuity-vct surveillance solution in
township schools as a “deterrent to bad behavior.” Installed in June 2011, the VCS and cameras
provide a view on high traffic common areas, such as hallways, gyms,
cafeterias and parking lots. A bonus is that officers’ can access the
surveillance via laptops in cruisers.
REFORMATORY – Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society: The Video
Surveillance project was completed in July 2011. High resolution megapixel cameras and PTZ
cameras are installed to provide an enhance surveillance picture. The Reformatory doors were opened to its
first 150 young offenders in 1896. After housing over 155,000 men in its
lifetime, the doors to the prison closed December 31, 1990
NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK: Acuity-vct completed the installation of
surveillance cameras and the Video Capture System in January 2011 at the
National Park Service Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller landmark. The VCS is key to the long-term preservation of the mansion. The
Vermont home of George Perkins Marsh, one of America's first
conservationists, and later the home of Frederick Billings, the property was
given to the American people by its most recent owners, Laurance
S. and Mary F. Rockefeller.
Acuity-vct completed Phase 1 in March 2011 at the Phillips Collection in
Washington, DC. This security project included the Video Capture System that
leveraged the museums existing analog cameras by converting them to IP and
storing them on the VCS Server. This upgrade not only provided a more
reliable and robust recording platform than their previous solution, but also
gave the Collection's guards the ability to be alerted when a patron gets to close to the art installations. Founded in 1921, the
Phillips Collection was the first museum of modern art in America featuring a
collection of nearly 3,000 works by American and European impressionist and
modern artists. The VCS is now protecting masterpieces there such as Renoir's
"Luncheon of the Boating Party."
MFA-BOSTON: Acuity-vct has just
completed Phase 1 in December at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This
included the replacing 64 analog cameras with IP cameras, integrating 56
analog cameras into the Video Capture System. 25 new high resolution
fixed and PTZ cameras we also installed in the parking garage.
FRIST CENTER: Phase 1 was
completed in October at the Frist Center of the
Arts in Nashville. The Main Level Galleries were installed with new cameras
and the Acuity-vct VCS system to protect the The
Birth of Impressionism (Masterpieces from the Musee
D'Orsay. Phase 2 will start in January 2011 to protect the William Eggleston
"Anointing the Overlooked" exhibit.
Acuity-vct releases Version 6 of Video Capture System (VCS) Software.
Acuity-vct recently released Version 6 of the award winning companies surveillance
and analytics software. This new version contains many exciting enhancements
including an Iphone interface, Interactive Mapping
capabilities, One, and two way audio support, and Multi-Server support.
Multi-Server support provides the functionality allowing a user to view
desired cameras from multiple network connected VCS surveillance servers on a
single screen. Users also can save a layout of cameras for permanent viewing
by selecting cameras from multiple servers.
the first formal surveillance Users Group Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada
Acuity-vct recently sponsored the first Video Capture System (VCS) users group
meeting in Las Vegas, NV. This meeting was attended by users of the VCS
Surveillance and Analytics product and was designed to foster enhanced
communication between VCS clients and Acuity-vct’s software design team.
Acuity-vct for innovative healthcare surveillance application.
AVI-SPL which recently earned top honors, being judged as the #1 AV integrator by Systems Contractor News (SCN) has selected
Acuity-vct for an innovative new surveillance application tailored to the