Mount Dora, FL; December 2020
For the third and final phase of their strategic surveillance plan, the First National Bank of Mount Dora continued working with Surveillance Technology, Inc. (STI) to secure the last of their locations. In fact, the bank has been so pleased with STI’s previous work, they wrote a testimonial on the earlier outcome at their Mount Dora location. In this latest implementation, surveillance equipment was installed in Leesburg, Sorrento, and TriCity.
Despite the size and scope of this project, the placement of every camera and the quality of every piece of equipment is carefully assessed to ensure the client’s surveillance investment is optimized to meet the areas of most need. One solution does not meet every need, and Surveillance Technology does not sell products or services unless they offer the ideal fit for the given job.
All three locations received 16 channel H.265 4K DVRs. In one location, a hybrid DVR was used, in order to accommodate the retention of existing cameras. The operations center was also equipped with an 8 channel, 8 megapixel H.265 4K DVR. Surveillance Technology employed the latest technological enhancement in cameras, including 24/7 color cameras to capture color footage even in night vision mode. This is particularly helpful outside, in areas such as customer and employee parking. Internal broad views of the properties were upgraded to 4K resolution, as were teller cameras with the added benefit of varifocal lenses for tight views of transactions. ATM cameras were enhanced with high definition and additional cameras were placed on property perimeters along with the drive throughs. Several cameras in key areas were replaced, such as interior entrances and elevator lobbies.
Each camera and each recorder is well suited to its task without unnecessarily “breaking the bank”. This approach can now be seen throughout the footprint of the First National Bank of Mount Dora.