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City of  Greenville  Surveillance  Project,  Phase  1   (Downtown/W.  5th  Street)        

  Designed  and  Engineered  by  JTek  Customs  &     Clearsite  Communications      


Index   City  of  Greenville  Surveillance  Project    

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About  Our  Partners  

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Squad Car  Integration    

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Why  a  Pilot?  

Wireless  Network  Topology     Layout    

Mobile  Command  Units       Future  Growth    

Training  and  Maintenance     Cost  Analysis  

Setting  the  Standard    

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City of  Greenville  Surveillance  Project     Throughout  the  state  of  North  Carolina,  Greenville  is  known  as  a  city  of  rich  history  and  tradition.    It  is   also  known  as  a  key  area  for  professional,  social  and  civic  advancement,  most  recognizable  in  the  latest   revitalization  efforts  in  the  downtown  area  and  the  current  discussions  of  economic  development  and   strategies  among  noted  community  leaders.    Because  the  pulse  of  Greenville  is  comprised  of  an  active   student  community,  industrious  business  owners,  and  very  aware  citizens,  the  city  cannot  afford  not  to   extend  its  progressive  thinking  towards  advancements  in  public  protection.    Updating  the  current   surveillance  system  will  do  just  that;  at  the  same  time,  doing  so  will  align  public  safety  efforts  with  the   recent  changes  to  the  downtown  deployment  plan  instituted  by  the  Greenville  Police  Department.   Our  goal  at  JTek  is  to  provide  the  city  of  Greenville  with  a  surveillance  network  and  technology   infrastructure  that  will  provide  situational  awareness  and,  when  needed,  obtain  evidence-­‐grade  video  to   secure  convictions  when  instances  of  public  misconduct  occur.      The  idea  is  to  deploy  a  pilot  for  the  city   that  will  be  engineered  to  stand  the  test  of  future  growth  and  expansion  in  Greenville.      The  system  will   have  many  benefits  to  the  city  and  university  residents,  business  owners  and  Greenville  Police   Department,  and  will  create  a  progressive  standard  of  city  surveillance.      With  our  proposed  plan,  we   will  answer  the  call  of  the  public  and  city  council  to  effectively  deal  with  community  safety  in  the   downtown  and  West  Greenville  areas.                                

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About Our  Partners     Building  a  video  security  network  in  an  environment  such  as  Greenville  is  a  huge  and  complex   undertaking,  and  as  evidenced  by  previous  network  attempts,  can  quite  possibly  lead  to  failure  without   the  proper  teams  and  elements  in  place.  To  successfully  build  a  video-­‐based  intelligence  network  that   Greenville  law  enforcement  urgently  needs  requires  two  distinct  sets  of  expertise.    First,  human   interface,  communication,  and  coordination  are  a  definite  necessity.    Speaking  with  business  owners   and  coordinating  with  the  city  council  and  the  GPD  are  essential  elements  in  laying  the  groundwork  for  a   successful  project.     The  second  area  of  expertise  needed  is  a  technical  understanding  of  the  downtown  Greenville  video   network.  The  City  of  Greenville  is  a  multifaceted  environment  with  respect  to  its  video  security  network.   Lack  of  critical  elements  such  as  clear  line  of  sight,  unstable  or  lack  of  power,  Wi-­‐Fi  traffic  saturation,  and   difficult  to  reach  camera  locations  are  just  a  few  of  the  challenges  with  the  Greenville  video  network.   Further,  archiving  security  data  and  making  it  available  forensically  as  well  as  tactically  are  essential   elements  in  determining  the  overall  worth  of  the  video  security  network  as  a  whole.     This  proposal  brings  together  the  expertise  of  two  companies  that  clearly  understand  the  challenges  of  a   city  video  security  network.    JTek  Customs  and  ClearSite  Communications  have  the  diverse  and   complementary  capabilities  needed  to  successfully  plan  and  implement  a  powerful,  multifaceted   network  for  Greenville—and  they  can  make  it  happen  in  an  accelerated  time  frame.     JTek  Customs  is  a  local  force  in  the  security  industry  in  both  the  East  Coast  and  Gulf  Coast  regions.    With   years  of  experience  in  systems  integration,  we  have  the  experience  and  drive  to  help  design  and  deploy   necessary  infrastructure  technology  and  components.  With  our  relationships  in  the  security  industry,  we   are  able  to  bridge  relationships  between  manufacturers  and  help  bring  to  the  forefront  critical  pieces  of   the  video  security  network.     ClearSite  Communications  has  years  of  experience  in  manufacturing  quality  technology  for  video   networks.    As  a  leader  in  developing  security  systems  and  equipment,  no  one  is  more  qualified  to   maximize  the  potential  of  the  components  needed  to  produce  quality  security  systems.  While  many   different  methods  can  be  considered  when  designing  tiered  video  networks,  ClearSite  consistently   presents  an  expert  understanding  of  progressive  networking  and  concepts,  many  years  of  experience,   and  good  common  sense  in  the  surveillance  industry.     Because  structured  surveillance  projects  are  very  diverse  and  have  many  moving  parts,  we  at  JTek     Customs  and  ClearSite  Communications  spent  a  great  amount  of  time  researching  products  and   manufacturers.    We  wanted  to  connect  with  the  best  technology  teams  and  leaders  in  their  respective   fields  to  further  secure  successful  system  deployment.  Rather  than  simply  relying  on  product  purchases   from  manufacturers  as  other  teams  in  our  field  choose  to  do,  we  chose  to  partner  with  the  best   manufacturers  to  ensure  the  best  possible  outcome.              

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Below is  a  list  of  project  partners  for  the  Greenville  City  Surveillance,  Phase  1  project:    

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Past Performance  References    

The following  list  is  a  collection  of  past  projects  completed  by  our  group  of  partners  (in  no  specific  order   of  preference  or  importance).       Hickam  AFB  –  Flight  line  wireless  mesh  surveillance  system  with  analytics   Bellows  AFB  –  Base  wide  wireless  mesh  surveillance  system   Schofield  Barracks  –  Wireless  Mesh  CCTV   Fort  Shafter  –  Wireless  Mesh  CCTV   Andersen  AB,  Guam  –  Gate  access  CCTV  with  analytics    Fort  Lauderdale  Airport  –  Gate  Security   Miami  Airport  –  New  installation  /  just  contracted  Perimeter  Security   Tamiami  Airport  –  Gate  Security  and  Access  Control   OpaLocka  Airport  –  Gate  Security  and  Access  Control   Valdosta  Airport  –  Gate  Security  and  Access  Control   Washington  Navy  Yard  –  Wireless  CCTV   Potomac  Waterways  Project  –  Wireless  CCTV  and  Sensors   La  Guardia  Airport  –  Wide  area  RFID  personnel  tracking  and  cameras   Djibouti  Africa  Port  and  Oil  Terminal  –  Port  wide  wireless  security  and  sensor  system           Royal  Caribbean  Cruise  Line  –  CCTV   MGM  Grand  Properties  (Including  the  Aria)  –  CCTV   Casino  de  Montreal  –  CCTV   GAP,  INC.  Properties  –  CCTV   Kansas  State  Prisons  –  CCTV   Goldman  Sachs  –  CCTV   The  Bow-­‐Calgary  (Largest  tower  in  Calgary)  -­‐  CCTV   Garnet  Holdings,  LLC  –  CCTV,  Alarm     Central  Scales  –  CCTV,  Alarm  

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Rigdon Marine  Corporation  –  CCTV,  Access  Control,  Alarm   Subway  Corp.  –  CCTV,  Alarm  

Marriott Inc.  –  CCTV,  Access  Control  

Bolling AFB*   Xiamen  Xianyue  Hospital*   Shanghai  Advanced  Research  Institute  (SARI)*   vts  Police  Netherlands  (vtsPN)*   University  of  Akron*   University  of  Trieste*   Sultan  Zainal  Abidin  University  (UniSZA)*   Munich  Airport*   Vivara  Jewelry*   Ning  Bo  Tennis  Center*   Shanghai  Astronomical  Observatory*    

*Because of  security  agreements  and  liability  protocol,  we  are  unable  to  disclose  privileged  information   about  services  performed  for  specific  clients.                            

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Why a  Pilot?   Greenville,  like  any  other  city,  has  its  share  of  manpower  complications.    But  well-­‐designed  video   surveillance  architecture  will  provide  law  enforcement  with  tools  that  will  maximize  active  monitoring  of   high  interest  areas,  and  provide  event  alerts  to  go  back  and  see  what  happened  after  a  crime  has   occurred.     Providing  a  pilot  in  a  high  profile,  high  visibility  area  will  not  only  allow  the  Greenville  Police  Department   to  actively  use  the  system  to  evaluate  its  effectiveness,  but  it  will  also  allow  them  to  provide  feedback   on  what  features  provide  the  most  productivity  as  well  as  what  features  to  add  in  future  expansion.  Our   proposed  solution  will  address  both  the  needs  of  the  most  critical  areas  of  the  city  and  the  core   infrastructure  required  to  expand  the  system  citywide.    Once  the  pilot  system  is  in  operation  and  has   proven  its  effectiveness  to  the  city  and  police  department,  it  will  be  much  easier  to  find  funding  to   expand  the  system  beyond  the  pilot.     A  pilot  system  of  this  size  and  scope  will  also  provide  the  City  of  Greenville  with  a  very  useful  system   that  will  benefit  the  downtown  business  community.    Decreasing  public  safety  concerns  away  from  the   heart  of  the  downtown  and  West  Greenville  areas  and  allowing  the  GPD  to  focus  their  efforts  on   providing  quality  public  safety  will  have  a  positive  influence  on  students  and  their  parents,  residents,   and  businesses  in  Greenville.                                

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The Greenville  Wireless  Video  Network  Topology:  

By its  nature,  creating  a  wireless  video  network  in  the  downtown  Greenville  and  the  surrounding  areas  is   a  difficult  and  challenging  task.  The  buildings  and  roof  tops  are  very  diverse  to  say  the  least.  Cameras   need  to  be  relatively  low,  while  the  wireless  routers  need  height  to  create  line-­‐of-­‐sight.  In  addition,  the   area  is  saturated  with  Wi-­‐Fi  traffic,  which  could  potentially  interfere  with  the  video  transmissions.  Also,   power  in  some  areas  is  unreliable  or  unavailable.       Fortunately,  Jtek  Customs  and  ClearSite  Communications  have  a  great  amount  of  experience   implementing  difficult  networks.  ClearSite  has  developed  and  uses  several  custom  pieces  of  equipment   to  address  problems  such  as  will  be  encountered  in  the  Greenville  network.  The  VR42  has  the  capability   to  use  the  4.9GHz  and  5.8GHz  frequency  bands,  so  links  are  able  to  be  setup  that  won't  interfere  with   the  common  Wi-­‐Fi  frequency  band  (2.4GHz).  Also,  special  antennas  can  be  used  which  focuses  the   transmission  directly  to  a  single  point  so  little  interference  will  occur.  In  addition,  ClearSite  has   developed  specialized  UPS,  switched  power,  and  solar  solutions  that  can  be  used  at  locations  when   power  is  unreliable,  intermittent,  or  unavailable.       It  is  important  that  the  topology  of  any  network  allow  for  ease  of  management  and  future  growth.  As   networks  grow  in  size,  often  so  does  the  complexity  of  its  management  and  ability  to  be  further   expanded.    Specific  VR42  features  will  be  used  in  such  a  way  as  to  promote  ease  of  management  and   future  expansion.       Even  when  a  network  is  soundly  planned  and  implemented,  occasionally  a  particular  node  may  go   offline.    This  can  be  for  many  reasons.    Most  typically  it  is  due  to  circumstances  beyond  the  network   designer’s  control.  What  will  happen  in  this  case?    If  a  camera  is  directly  attached  to  this  unit,  that  single   camera  will  be  down  until  the  unit  is  repaired.    But  more  importantly,  if  this  unit  is  being  used  to  relay   video  from  other  cameras  in  the  network,  the  mesh  video  protocol  (MVP),  which  runs  on  each  video   router,  will  automatically  discover  the  problem  in  a  matter  of  seconds,  find  the  next  best  possible  route   and  switch  to  the  new  routes  so  the  cameras  can  stay  online.    The  mesh  network  demonstrates  its   resiliency  by  automatically  avoiding  trouble  areas  and  automatically  re-­‐routing  so  the  cameras  can   stay  online  whenever  possible.     In  the  event  of  a  problem  such  as  described  above,  the  network  maintainers  will  receive  information   directly  from  the  network  about  the  router  requiring  maintenance  or  replacement,  and  a  service  call  will   restore  its  functionality.  These  automated  methods  allow  the  network  to  continue  to  function  as  well  as   possible  when  any  event  occurs  (either  man  made  or  other),  and  provides  the  maintenance  crew  with   pertinent  information  so  repairs  can  be  made  in  a  timely  fashion.              

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Camera Layout  Specifics     1. Areas  of  Coverage   a. Downtown   b. W.  5th  Street   2. Down  Town   a. Alley  way  #1   i. PTZ  Rooftop  facing  Cotanche  St.  focusing  on  the  alley  between  Pantan  Bob’s  and   Athen’s  Grill.   ii. Oncam  360  Co-­‐located  at  the  corner  of  that  alley  for  full  situational  awareness.   b. Alley  way  #2   i. PTZ  Rooftop  facing  alleyway  on  Cotanche  between  4th  St.  and  5th  St.   ii. Oncam  360  Co-­‐located  at  or  near  Club  Phoenix  for  full  situational  awareness.   th c. 5  St   i. PTZ  Rooftop  facing  5th  St.  focused  on  5th  ST.  and  Store/Club  Fronts.   ii. Oncam  360  Co-­‐Located  at  or  near  Armadillo  Grill  for  full  situational  awareness.   iii. Oncam  360  Located  at  or  around  Night  Club  entrances  between  Cotanche  and   Reade  St.  for  full  situational  awareness.   th 3. W.  5  Street   a. Greenville  Police  Department  Sub  Station   i. PTZ  Pole/Structure  Mounted  focusing  on  the  area  surrounding  the  Sub  Station.   ii. Oncam  360  Co-­‐Located  at  or  near  the  specified  area  for  full  situational   awareness.   iii. Funding  permitted  we  may  include  a  3rd  camera  in  this  area  depending  upon   engineering  design  and  site  survey.   ***Coordination  with  property  owners  for  rooftop  access  has  already  begun.      Full  cooperation  from   property  owners  has  helped  in  the  initial  site  survey  and  layout  of  this  pilot  proposal***                  

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Squad Car  Integration  (Concept)     Another  exciting  piece  to  this  system  is  the  ability  to  expand  into  other  areas  of  surveillance.    With   Aimetis’  new  mobile  technology,  we  were  able  to  design  a  concept  that  we  feel  will  be  very  successful   with  police  departments  around  the  country.    The  system  concept  is  made  up  of  a  mobile  video   management  system  with  built  in  storage,  2-­‐3  cameras  mounted  externally  on  the  roof  of  the  patrol  car   to  provide  360®  situational  awareness  and  evidence-­‐grade  video.    The  mobile  device  will  communicate   back  to  the  head  end  via  3G  services.    Live  feeds  from  this  device  will  be  connected  to  and  viewable   from  any  Aimetis  workstation.    This  will  be  a  helpful  tool  in  officer  assistance  and  real  time  video  for  on-­‐ scene  interrogation.    The  system  will  also  be  a  great  tool  from  a  liability  perspective,  as  it  will  record  to   the  onboard  HDD.    Stored  information  can  be  viewed  at  any  time.                                              

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Mobile Command  Units     ClearSite  Communications  has  developed  an  exciting  new  product  called  ReconPro.    It  provides  a  tactical   tool  for  law  enforcement  in  the  form  of  a  deployable  mobile  unit.    ReconPro  is  perfect  for  major  events   where  temporary  cameras  and  sensors  are  required.    It  is  easy  to  deploy,  runs  on  battery  power,  and   can  be  set  up  in  a  matter  of  minutes.       The  basis  behind  this  technology  is  fairly  simple.  It  provides  authorities  with  the  ability  to  strategically   place  a  deployable  tri-­‐pod  or  fixed  trailer  device  with  wireless  capabilities  for  communications  back  to   the  head  end,  local  storage  for  video,  and  either  fixed,  PTZ,  or  thermal  cameras.    This  technology  would   be  extremely  useful  during  downtown  festivals  and  social  gatherings,  football  games,  baseball  games,   and  the  like.                                        

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Future Growth    

With management  and  future  expansion  in  mind,  a  key  VR42  feature  that  allows  multiple  small  sub-­‐ networks  to  exist  within  one  larger  mesh  network  will  be  used  when  constructing  the  City  of  Greenville   network.  Dividing  the  network  into  small,  manageable  partitions  has  several  important  ramifications:   first,  it  promotes  stability  and  reliability,  since  small  simple  networks  are  more  efficient  and  less  prone   to  many  problems  found  in  single  large  networks.  Also,  troubleshooting  and  maintenance  are  much   simpler.  Finally,  scalability  is  much  more  approachable.  With  the  networks  partitioned  properly,  future   expansion  within  the  network  will  be  less  involved;  the  process  should  only  involve  adding  another  small   network  as  a  member  of  the  larger  network.     Each  small  network  may  use  any  available  exit  point.    The  exit  point  may  be  an  available  city  fiber  run,   some  other  form  of  wired  connectivity,  or  entry  into  one  of  the  other  small  networks  that  will  find  the   best  way  to  deliver  the  video  data  to  its  proper  destination.  If  the  resource  is  available,  the  VR42  can   make  good  use  of  it.                                      

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Training and  Maintenance     Training  is  a  key  part  of  any  system.  Without  proper  training  for  the  end  user,  a  perfect  system  can  fall   short  of  providing  all  the  benefits  it  could  otherwise  provide.  The  knowledgeable  user  is  also  a  confident   user,  and  that  combination  is  key  to  producing  a  productive  and  satisfied  customer.    To  this  end,  JTek   Customs  and  ClearSite  Communications  will  provide  training  to  designated  personnel  in  the  form  of   written  documentation  and  hands-­‐on  training  classes.         One  of  the  most  important  but  perhaps  overlooked  components  of  having  a  citywide  surveillance   system  is  maintenance.    Consistent  preventive  maintenance  often  eliminates  problems  before  they   occur.  Preventive  maintenance  includes,  but  is  not  limited  to,  visual  inspection  of  equipment,   verification  of  physical  connections,  investigation  of  alarm  conditions,  running  system  diagnostics,  and   cleaning  or  small  adjustments  to  equipment  as  necessary.    After  the  post  installation  maintenance   period,  maintenance  will  be  transitioned  to  designated  personnel  (Greenville  IT  Department  and  other   designees).    With  the  system  running  smoothly  and  personnel  effectively  trained  on  all  equipment,  the   transition  and  maintenance  should  be  fairly  simple.                                      

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Cost Analysis       1.  Site  Survey   a.  Building  Owner  Coordination   b.  Submittal’s  &  Approval’s   c.  Permitting   d.  Wireless  Path  Analysis   e.  Security  System  Design   f.  Camera  Placement  Identification   i.  Aesthetic  Design   ii.  Coordination  with  City  Entities  within  Phase  1   1.  Traffic  Control   g.  Wireless  Radio  Placement  Identification   i.  Aesthetic  Design   2.  Engineering   a.  Network   i.  Fiber  Coordination  and  Engineering(if  necessary)   b.  Security  System   c.  Video  Management  Software   d.  Power   3.  Equipment   a.  Power  Systems   i.  UPS   ii.  Battery  Backup  Equipment   b.  Installation  Material   i.  Mounting  Hardware   ii.  Network  Wire   iii.  Conduit   iv.  Securing  fasteners   v.  Weatherized  Enclosures/Housings   vi.  Surge  Protection   c.  Communications  Equipment   i.  Microwave  Radios   ii.  Repeaters   iii.  Antenna  Systems   iv.  Transmission  Lines   d.  Network  Equipment   i.  POE  Switches   ii.  Fiber  Switches   iii.  Routers   e.  Camera  Hardware   i.  Cameras(6-­‐10)   1.  360®   2.  PTZ   ii.  Vandal  Proof  Enclosures   iii.  Wall  mount  hardware   iv.  Overhang  mount  hardware    

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f. Head-­‐End   i.  Mass  Storage(Minimum  30  days)   ii.  Server(i-­‐7)   iii.  Licensing(Enterprise/Professional  per  camera)   iv.  Server  Storage  Rack/Enclosure   v.  HD  Display   vi.  Video  Management  Software   vii.  Client  Workstation  Configuration     g.  Equipment  Rentals       i.    Boom  Truck       ii.  Scaffolding  Lift   4.  Installation   a.  Electrical  Integration   b.  Communication  System  Integration   c.  Network  Integration   d.  Camera  Integration   e.  Head-­‐End  Integration   f.  Project  Management   g.  Safety  Management   h.  Software  Development   i.  UG  Construction(If  necessary)   5.  Safety   a.  Daily  Safety  Meetings   b.  Safety  Gear   i.  Cones   ii.  Vests   iii.  Hardhats   iv.  Safety  Harnesses/straps   v.  Glasses   6.  Custom  Fabrication   a.  Rooftop  equipment  fabrication   i.  Custom  Brackets   ii.  Custom  Connectors   b.  Custom  Bracketing/Enclosures  for  Cameras   7.  Training   a.  Operator  Training   i.  Supervisors  Training   ii.  Operators  Training   iii.  Administrative  Training   b.  Maintenance  Training        

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Cost Analysis* Vendor

Quantity 5 4

Part Number 397298 – SYM-SV-SL-P SYM-SV-SL-E

Clearsite

-

Communication Hardware

Sceneca

1

Xclass

TBD

1

i-7 SERVER

OnCam Panasonic or Axis

5 4

IPM i-Pro Smart HD WV-SW395/

NEC

1

V-462

46' High Resolution Commercial Monitor

TBD

-

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Licensed/Bonded/Insured Electrical Contractor

Supply House

-

Installation Hardware

Installation Harware

TBD

1

N/A

Possible Utility Pole Placement for the W. 5th Street Camera/Radio Integration

Rackmount Solutions

1

4765897653-ETUNK

Server Rack

IFS/LAN Power/Ether Lan

-

435H0A0B, BT74-3, PRT4679, LB67-1

Hardened POE Parts/Material

TBD

-

Project Partners

-

Aimetis Aimetis

Description Symphony – Professional VMS camera license Symphony – Enterprise VMS camera license

Unit Cost $244.40 $811.20

Extended Cost $1,222.00 $3,244.80

Supplier Anixter Anixter

Communication Hardware

$39,622.00

$39,622.00

Clearsite

Xclass Series Storage Device

$15,048.00

$15,048.00

Sceneca

i-7 XVIEW, TOWER CONFIGURATION, DUAL OUTPUT

$2,457.00

$2,457.00

TBD

IPM 360 Degree Outdoor Dome Super Dynamic 1.3MP IP PTZ/

$1,428.70 $2,918.50

$7,143.50 $11,674.00

On Cam Panasonic or Axis

$1,495.00

$1,495.00

NEC

$1,200.00

TBD

$5,844.68

$5,844.68

Supply House

$1,500.00

$1,500.00

$451.00

$451.00

$1,996.00

$1,996.00

$800.00

$800.00

N/A

Equipment Rental Engineering/Labor

Discounted Engineering/Labor

$6,300.00 Total=

*This is an estimated cost analysis; item quantities could change within the specified scope of work.

$6,300.00 $99,997.98

TBD Rackmount Solutions IFS/LAN Power/Ether Lan TBD Project Partners


Setting the  Standard     As  we  moved  forward  with  discussions  about  this  project,  we  collectively  wanted  to  come  up  with  a   system  that  would  be  singular  in  its  strategy  and  development  for  the  city  of  Greenville.    We  wanted  to   put  together  a  security  package  that  would  set  the  standard  for  city  surveillance  in  the  United  States.     From  a  design  and  product  perspective,  we  wanted  to  set  the  bar  and  do  what  has  been  done  for  years   in  countries  abroad.    Doing  so  would  only  enhance  the  already  resilient  pride  and  “Spirit  of  the  East”.         While  it  would  be  naïve  to  think  that  a  city  surveillance  system  will  change  the  perception  of  crime   overnight,  we  know  that  our  proposed  plan  will  prove  to  be  an  indispensable  component  in  solidifying   stronger  public  safety  measures  in  and  around  the  Greenville  area.      This  will  bring  positive  attention  to   the  city  from  its  citizens  and  government  officials,  as  they  will  be  able  to  see  what  concrete  steps  city   and  law  officials  are  doing  to  secure  a  safer  community  for  everyone.      

 

 

 

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City of Greenville Surveillance Project  

Client: JTek, Inc (New Orleans, LA), Copywriter, Editor

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