The Video Security Camera Services provides the necessary infrastructure to support the campus video surveillance system. This system enables University Police and individual departments to monitor and record video images of UB's indoor and outdoor premises.
The Video Security Camera Service was originally developed for the University Police Department (UPD) to enhance campus security as part of the NYPA project. A separate instance of the infrastructure is available for departmental use. The department-level service is not monitored by UPD, although UPD may require that they have access to all cameras in case of an emergency.
The support of the video security infrastructure is a joint responsibility for CIT (EIS & NCS), University Police (where applicable) and the tenant department hosted on the departmental instance of this infrastructure. Installations usually involve a System Integrator to install and configure cameras.
Important: The above costs are provided as a ballpark
estimate based on a standard configuration of single-feed cameras.
Cost for each installation will have to be estimated per the
requirement of the installation.