Salient Systems, a provider of open architecture video management systems (VMS), has announced that Granite School District, one of the largest school districts in the US, has selected the CompleteView Video Management Platform to deploy in more than 130 schools, administrative offices and other facilities.
According to the company, the open video data platform will help the Salt Lake City area district manage its security and surveillance operations.
Over the next several months, Granite School District will connect more than 5,000 cameras to CompleteView to provide a district-wide picture of security operations, with the help of its systems integrator partner, Utah Yamas Controls. The system will help protect 60,000 students and 7,500 staff members.
“School districts such as Granite not only require a robust platform for surveillance but one that can also accommodate new innovations in school security and operational efficiency technology,” said James Stephens, Western Regional Sales Manager, Salient Systems. “By leveraging CompleteView’s open platform approach, the district will not be limited to specific camera vendors, analytics providers or other third-party integrations they might like to implement.”