The Los Angeles Police Department relies on NEC's products in its control center, where the Real-Time Analysis and Critical Response division analyzes data 24/7 and develops tactical plans in emergency situations.
- Facility: Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center, LAPD RACR Division
- Location: Los Angeles, California
- Challenge: Constructing a brand new facility that encourages productivity with high-tech digital screens for information display
- Solution: 46" NEC X461UN, 46" P461, 40" MultiSync LCD4020-AVT
- Date: September 2009
When the Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) Real-Time Analysis and Critical Response (RACR) division needed a display solution in its control center, it looked to Spectrum Video, Inc. to design workstations and a video wall that would allow its staff to work swiftly and efficiently, without worrying about the dependability of its technology. The workstations allow RACR staff to work in teams and enable collaboration, while area monitors mounted from the ceiling helps with decision-making in emergency situations. The ultra-narrow bezel video wall is viewable from virtually anywhere within the brand new facility.
The RACR division of the LAPD is a 24/7 fusion and information processing center where resources, situation status of the city and developing tactical incidents are tracked. This department also includes daily detective support to Los Angeles and complete analysis on emerging crime patterns.
AV Design Consultant Spectrum Video is based in California and provides complete, custom solutions for businesses looking to communicate more effectively. Spectrum offers a variety of services, including audio visual design, engineering, control system user interface and project oversight, living up to its motto of “clarity without complexity.”
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