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Kentucky university unifies video, access, PA systems for enhanced security operation
Next Level Security Systems 2013/3/6

Next Level Security Systems (NLSS) is providing a unified security solution to the University of Kentucky to help protect students, faculty, staff and campus assets. Included in the solution is the NLSS flagship security management system (available for one inclusive price with no-license fee structure) to oversee more than 2,000 surveillance cameras and 40,000 cardholders across 800 acres (35 million square feet) of campus property. With the assistance of integrators Dallmann Systems and BCCLT Consulting Engineers, the university will maintain a high level of safety and streamline communications across its infrastructure.

Next Level Security Systems (NLSS) is providing a unified security solution to the University of Kentucky to help protect students, faculty, staff and campus assets. Included in the solution is the NLSS flagship security management system (available for one inclusive price with no-license fee structure) to oversee more than 2,000 surveillance cameras and 40,000 cardholders across 800 acres (35 million square feet) of campus property. With the assistance of integrators Dallmann Systems and BCCLT Consulting Engineers, the university will maintain a high level of safety and streamline communications across its infrastructure.

Correlation of video surveillance, analytic alerts and access control data on a single interface enables the university to automate alerts and response, which allows personnel to focus on more critical risks. The browser-based interface and 11 built-in video analytics provide customized real-time alerts, which increase the efficiency of campus security personnel. Additional NLSS cloud services will also enable the university that consists of hundreds of buildings and a medical center to perform remote access and multisite security management from any location. Based on open standards, the NLSS system will be integrated with the school's mass notification system and emergency call stations to further streamline situational awareness and management.

“The integrated appliance approach … allows the University of Kentucky to rapidly pinpoint potential issues and respond quickly,” said Peter Jankowski, Chairman and CEO. “The integration of video, access control and other systems into one appliance creates a tremendous amount of cost savings and sustainability."

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