An outdoor 8,000 seat amphitheater set on the shores of LakeWinnepesaukee in New Hampshire, the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion is a premiere outdoor setting for summertime concerts on the East coast.
With parking lots, tailgating areas, overnight camping options, VIP lounges, vendor tents, and tens of thousands of visitors each year, security at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion faced a difficult task. Fights and altercations are a frequent concern, as are theft and other crimes. The old video surveillance system struggled to produce quality video for law enforcement investigations, and the process of exporting those video files was time consuming.
New system features fixed and PTZ HD cameras
Matt Desbiens, Information Technology Manager at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, reached out to VideoSurveillance.com for information on IP cameras to replace their current analog models. Director of Sales Rob Clemson responded to Desbiens quickly, and worked to create a custom-built surveillance system that would highlight HD resolution.
The system designed for Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion features two models of Optica cameras — the fixed bullet 1080p HD B204M camera, and the powerful P218Z HD PTZ camera. Also included in the system is a server with Milestone XProtect software and an Ubiquiti wireless system to connect the cameras over the large grounds.
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