Adesta to Expand River Operations Security for the Jefferson County

Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Adesta, LLC, a systems integrator and project management company for communication networks and electronic security systems, has been awarded a $958,000 contract to install a waterside video surveillance system for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department along the Sabine/Neches Rivers. The system will effectively manage and monitor surveillance video at strategic locations along the waterway between Beaumont and Port Arthur, Texas. Adesta will engineer, install, test and turn up a fully integrated wireless video surveillance network. The project includes a network of cameras from remote locations along the Rivers, with video management from the United States Coast Guard Vessel Tracking Station and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department. Construction began in June 2007 and is projected to be completed in early 2008. Adesta will collaborate with Jefferson County and the United States Coast Guard in a unique public/private partnership. Together, they will work with organizations that own property along the Rivers to obtain cooperation for an effective installation and integration.
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