Inside Kansas City Fusion Center’s Video Wall Technology
Learn how a video wall assisted Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Fusion Center.
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When Troy Campbell, IT specialist and cyberthreat intelligence architect for the Kansas City Police Department, looked at the technology at his disposal at the Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Fusion Center, he realized something needed to change if the center were to reach its full potential. The KCTEW Fusion Center, one of less than 80 of its kind in the U.S. that are responsible for overseeing terrorism, crimes and hazards, was severely lacking in its ability to meet at least one of the four critical operation capabilities all fusion centers must meet: communication.
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