Illinois School District Implements IP Video Management Solution From Verint

Verint Systems Inc. recently announced that Troy School District in Illinois has completed implementation of the Nextiva IP video management solution from Verint Video Intelligence Solutions, and is using the technology to help ensure a safe learning environment for its nearly 5,000 students, faculty and staff. 

Located in Will County, Troy School District serves the fastest growing county in Illinois and is comprised of five elementary schools, one intermediate school and one middle school.  With the Nextiva IP video management solution, it is benefiting from a centralized monitoring system that features broad storage of recorded video, along with remote access to live and recorded video across its entire school district. 

“The Nextiva IP video management solution greatly simplifies our video surveillance operations by providing a user-friendly interface to easily monitor the entire campus infrastructure,” said Ron Saver, director of information services for the Troy School District.  “The system also has increased student accountability for their actions, as well as deterred such random acts as theft and vandalism.”

Verint system integrator Velocita Technology Inc. installed the Nextiva IP video management solution in June for use throughout the school district.  With features such as automated system health monitoring and diagnostics, live and recorded remote video viewing, policy-based video distribution and versatile investigation management capabilities, Nextiva is helping Troy School District fulfill its mission to provide a safe learning environment for students, faculty and staff, while also offering the flexibility to expand as the district grows.   

“We’re pleased to provide outstanding educational systems like Troy School District with cutting-edge IP video management technology designed to help provide safe learning environments,” adds Elan Moriah, president of Verint Video Intelligence Solutions and Verint Witness Actionable Solutions.  “Our Nextiva IP video management solution is well-equipped to help secure widely distributed facilities that make up campus and county-wide environments, providing the actionable intelligence security personnel require.”

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