Allen Univ. Awarded $20,000 Security In-Kind Grant

The South Carolina University will be getting 16 surveillance cameras.

Video Insight presented a $20,000 security grant to Allen University. Video Insight – a developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software – has awarded the August 2014 School Security In-Kind Grant to Allen University of South Carolina. Allen University is the second higher education institution and the eighth organization to win a $20,000 security system in the year-long $250,000 School Security In-Kind Grant Program.

As a Video Insight School Security In-Kind Grant winner, Allen University will receive a security system valued at more than $20,000 Video Insight Video Management Software (VMS) licenses; 16 IP video surveillance cameras; a video encoder that includes VMS software licenses; 10 years of software upgrades; one year of a customer assurance program; and product training.

Every month of 2014, Video Insight is awarding a school or college the equipment necessary to implement a video surveillance solution (software, hardware and support valued at over $20,000 each). For detailed information on how to qualify and apply for the remaining grants, please visit or call (713) 621-9779.

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