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Safeguard against threats

Keeping the public safe requires cutting-edge technology that lets you instantly respond to security threats. Our IP video solutions let you do just that, with live monitoring capabilities and real-time alerts that notify you of suspicious activity. Detect loitering, entry into unauthorized areas or even just a blocked camera.

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Protect public facilities from vandalism and crime

Monitoring government offices and public infrastructure at remote sites comes with unique challenges. Trespassing, vandalism and theft can pose risks and cost money. Keep tabs on all your locations with our high-performance recorders and VMS software that let you easily manage all your devices from one central location. Our Command VMS platform also fits with standard LDAP/Microsoft Active Directory environments for more simplified system administration.

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March Networks ME4 IR Bullet Camera

Clear video for faster verification

Don’t settle for dark or blurry surveillance images. Our advanced IP cameras deliver sharp, megapixel images that are ideal for forensic investigations. Choose from indoor and outdoor models with powerful optical zoom capabilities and robust design features that guard against vandalism and extreme temperatures.

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March Networks 16 and 32-channel hybrid network video recorders, stacked on top of one another

Leverage your analog investments

No budget for technology upgrades? Keep your analog cameras and migrate to IP video at your own pace with our hybrid network video recorders, or deploy one of our high-performance encoders, delivering full frame rate resolution and H.264 and M-JPEG compression steams, for a more cost-effective solution.

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Case Study

March Networks system monitors remote water sites

“Each remote site has a four- or eight-channel recorder with both fixed and PTZ cameras, so (security staff) can pan around the station to determine what triggered (an) alarm and dispatch police as required.”

– Jeff Fritsch, Training, Safety and Security Coordinator, Water Resources Department, City of Scottsdale, AZ


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