SDI, Pro-Tec, and Premier Electric partner on airport job
MINNEAPOLIS and MELVILLE, N.Y.—System Development Integration, a systems integrator specializing in airport security technologies, will install a Verint systems to deliver the first phase of the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport’s integrated video and information systems network surveillance system, according to a joint statement.
For the first phase of the program, SDI has partnered with local firms Pro-Tec Design and Premier Electric, which provide field implementation and integration services and electrical contractor services, respectively. Additionally, TRICOM Communications will deliver structured cabling and electrical services.
“SDI’s intimate knowledge of the nuances of an airport’s concept of operations, security protocols and underlying technology components will serve to drive the technical solution to the operational reality that MSP envisions,” David Gupta, SDI Chief Executive Officer, said in the statement.
SDI will implement Verint’s Nextiva Video Management Software and Nextiva Physical Security Information Management (PSIM), both of which MSP selected in August 2012. The Verint VMS solution will monitor both conventional and megapixel IP cameras across an integrated IP-based network, according to the statement.