Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools Standardizes on 3xLOGIC Hybrid NVRs

Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools deploys video surveillance, network health monitoring and Video Verification for an integrated security system

The fact that both video verification and health monitoring integrate with our overall security system is a huge plus. William J. Mullin, Executive Director of School Facilities, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools

3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of integrated, intelligent security solutions, and a three-time Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ winner, today announced that Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (NC) have standardized on 3xLOGIC hybrid NVRs across their expansive school district.

“This school district has always been ahead of the times, they’ve had video surveillance and access control in place for 15 years,” explained Chuck Harrelson, President, Sonitrol of the Triangle, the integrator and consultant for the district. “School Resource Officers (SRO) consistently rely on the video feeds and controlled access to help them effectively execute their duties.”

The district has 23 education and administration buildings, all equipped with a mix of analog and IP cameras. At upwards of 90 to 100 cameras at some locations, Chapel Hill-Carrboro has video from several hundreds of cameras system wide. “The 3xLOGIC hybrid NVRs are great, upon installation we didn’t have to take out any legacy analog cameras. Now, when an analog camera fails, we install a 3xLOGIC IP camera. That is so much better than asking the district to write a huge check when we upgraded the system,” said Harrelson.

About a year ago, Sonitrol of the Triangle convinced the district to start using 3xLOGIC’s VIGIL Central Management(VCM). “Health monitoring (VCM) has been a big help, so many times…

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