Advanced security technology and industrial services company Cemtrex has received a $1.5 million order through its Vicon Industries subsidiary for a large correctional facility, and current end-customer, in Maryland to upgrade its security technology system with new Valerus software and hardware.
The enterprise-class system installation includes Vicon’s state-of-the-art end-to-end Valerus video surveillance security system and Roughneck AI cameras, as well as servers to support a large increase in storage hardware. The order is expected to be fulfilled in the third quarter of the calendar year.
“Vicon continues to expand rapidly on strong demand and sales execution, leveraging its advanced surveillance technology to attract customers,” says Saagar Govil, chairman and CEO of Cemtrex. “Multiple large orders are demonstrating Vicon’s ability to address escalating demand as end-users seek a reliable source of video surveillance and access control technologies fit for today’s highly dynamic environment.”
Vicon offers customers a complete solution with the ability to monitor license plates, access control and video management, all from Valerus. Its sophisticated interface helps users monitor and investigate video, audio, alarms, access control, license plate recognition, and system health.