Corserva Installs New 911 Video Wall System for the Orlando Police Department Communications Division
The city of Orlando, Florida gains advanced capabilities to deliver critical information to emergency responders in real-time.
February 7, 2017 – Corserva, a managed IT services company providing IT consultancy, infrastructure management, disaster recovery, and managed security to enterprise and mid-market companies, announced today that the company has completed installation of a new 911 video wall system for the Orlando Police Department Communications Division. The new video wall fosters situational awareness and enables 911 operators to easily collaborate during an event. With this system, operational information can be shared from weather reports, news channels, video surveillance, maps, dispatch systems, and a host of other feeds. Operators can leverage real-time digital mapping to view the locations of 911 calls, traffic incidents, and emergency responders on a live map of the city.
The video wall is approximately 15 feet x 10 feet and consists of twelve 55-inch LED display monitors, centrally controlled. The view can be completely customized multiple times throughout the day in response to dynamic events, from individual views shown on each monitor to larger views shown across more than one monitor all the way up to a single view shown on the entire video wall.
“This installation is a great example of the fulfillment of our City’s mission to enable minority firms to participate in contract opportunities with the City of Orlando,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “Our City’s Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise Program seeks methods to support minority firms as a way of fostering business development and expansion for Orlando.”
Corserva (formerly PCNet) is a managed IT services company started 32 years ago. With offices in Trumbull Connecticut and Orlando Florida, the company owns two HIPAA and PCI compliant data centers, as well as two network/security operations centers (NOC/SOC) for 24x7x365 monitoring of clients’ IT infrastructure and IoT devices. The company is a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) firm, and is a member of the Florida State Minority Supplier Diversity Council (FSMSDC) as well as the Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Council (GNEMSDC).
“Being a member of FSMSDC has given us access to a wide range of networking events that provide many opportunities to meet and engage with key contacts,” said Marisol Casablanca, IT Solutions Consultant, Corserva. “Working with Orlando’s MBE Official, Kevin Walsh, and his team has been an invaluable experience to us in learning the process for registering to bid on city projects.”
For more information about the video wall, view the City of Orlando’s Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise FY2016 Annual Report.
Corserva provides managed IT services to enterprise and mid-market clients. The company’s services cover all aspects of IT needs including lifecycle management, managed services, managed security, and business continuity.