Security is of paramount importance to our government and education customers, who are responsible for the safety of thousands of people every day. Whether it’s a video surveillance solution for a large school board or university campus, or multiple smaller sites across a city or region, March Networks delivers cost-effective solutions with:

  • Scalable video management system (VMS) software incorporating advanced alarm monitoring, real-time alerting, and investigation capabilities
  • Video analytics, such as perimeter protection, traffic flow monitoring and left object detection, that proactively alert security staff to unusual events
  • High-definition IP cameras designed for optimum performance in varying lighting conditions indoors or outdoors
  • The industry’s most reliable and easily serviced hybrid video recorders, offering investment protection and a cost-effective migration path to all IP video capabilities
VA St. Louis Health Care System

US Veterans Affairs Healthcare System in St. Louis Upgrades to IP Video

“A new March Networks video surveillance system at the Veterans Affairs (VA) St. Louis Health Care System will serve as a “state-of-the-art standard” for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers across the country.”

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Brown, VA St. Louis Health Care System
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Pikes Peak

College Transitions to Server-Based Command Video Management System

“The transition to a server-based, all-IP system was a big plus. Our public safety officers find it very easy to use, the quality of the video is excellent and we are very happy with support we receive from Kratos PSS and March Networks.”

Cyrille Parent, Director of Information Technology, Pikes Peak Community College
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Gentry

Arkansas School District Selects Advanced Video Solution with Mobile Access

“Shootings in public schools across America and other countries caused us to look at what we were doing to ensure the safety of our students. Nothing like that had ever occurred here, but there were enough incidents elsewhere to finally convince us to stop talking about it and actually do something about it.”

Dr. Randy Barrett, School Superintendent, Gentry Public School District
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