Case Study

Keeping an Eye on Paradise

Together, the County of Maui and its integrator company, Security Resources, enlisted the help of Don Coker, president of Seevide Inc., and decided on American Dynamics Illustra 610 day/night cameras.

There are eight main islands that make up Hawaii and four of those islands are a part of the County of Maui: Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe. Together, the islands encompass approximately 2,400 square miles and house a population of 154,000 residents. Recently, the County implemented an initiative to migrate toward one centralized system for all security, including access control, biometrics and surveillance on its three populated islands, excluding Kahoolawe, which does not have any residents or County buildings.

With 2,500 employees and myriad buildings on the three islands, including business offices, police stations, fire stations, prosecuting attorney offices, water department facilities, golf courses and maintenance yards, integrating a countywide security system was no small feat. With just the surveillance system alone, County officials have more than 125 cameras to maintain and manage on their network.

Initially, the countywide system was installed to protect critical infrastructure, including five County Administration buildings, the Maui Police Department and the Maui Water Department. After the County realized the value of one centralized system, it began looking at ways to expand its security reach and protect other areas of the County.

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Case Summary

  • Location:
  • The County of Maui, Hawaii
  • System Installed:
  • American Dynamics
  • Illustra 610 day/night cameras

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