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Broadware to equip New York MTA security contract

Posted on October 5, 2006

BroadWare Technologies Inc. has been selected by Lockheed Martin as the main supplier of video surveillance and media integration components being deployed within the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Integrated Electronic Security System and Command, Communications and Control (IESS/C3). The MTA oversees the New York City Transit system, Long Island Railroad, Metro North Railroad, and MTA bridges and tunnels. As the prime contractor for IESS/C3, Lockheed Martin will design, develop and deploy a critical infrastructure protection system that integrates command, communications, control and security capabilities across MTA facilities. BroadWare's Media Integration Platform has been selected as a component of a video surveillance subsystem within IESS/C3 that will initially control more than 1,000 cameras coupled with motion and intruder sensors to protect subway stations, commuter railroads, bridges and tunnels. BroadWare's highly-scalable, standards-based media integration platform enables the collection, recording, routing and management of live and archived surveillance video while optimizing the use of valuable bandwidth.

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