Sony’s latest-generation network security cameras will be use to survey and secure some of Department of Defense's most sensitive area.
Adding 300 surveillance unit this year, the Department of Defense is now in the second phase of deploying security camera and a combination of Sony’s SNC-CM120 fixed-type and SNC-DM160 mini-dome IP network cameras will work as an addition to the 50 cameras initially installed last year.
Sony’s cameras feature advanced Light Funnel technology, operate at a lower temperature, powerful and intelligent video motion detection capabilities which led to the inclusion of the unit to the Department of Defense project.
“After careful review, the powerful features on Sony’s security cameras, including their rugged design, Power over Ethernet (PoE) operation, day/night performance and intelligent video analytics, made them the clear choice.” said Dr. Tony Martin, president of Strategic Solutions Unlimited (SSU), a leading security systems integrator based in Fayetteville, N.C.
According to Sony's report many of the cameras, both in the United States and abroad, will be used to collect video during both day and night operations.