Digi Security Systems' experts will demonstrate security technology aimed at reducing crime and maintaining public safety at OGITA Conference
Digi experts will conduct live product demonstrations, discuss attendees’ current needs, and recommend solutions that work for government organizations at the Oklahoma Government Information Technology Association’s (OGITA) Annual Technology/Education Conference. The conference is taking place at the Stillwater Community Center in Stillwater, OK on October 6th and 7th, 2016. Digi’s experts will showcase the company’s surveillance solutions for government facilities, including best-in-class video surveillance technology, access control systems, and more.
Digi offers free on-site assessment and evaluation to government customers, as well as free demonstrations, long-term trials, and rapid product replacement. Combined with Digi’s expert service and support, this ensures that each system works within the customer’s budget to precisely and reliably fulfill their security needs.
“Digi’s end-to-end high-definition surveillance solutions are capable of providing unprecedented image detail, which in turn helps to reduce city crime and maintain public safety,” said Joshua Herron, President at Digi Security Systems. “Visitors to our booth at the OGITA conference will be able to see for themselves how incredibly beneficial these cutting-edge systems can be, especially when designed, installed, and supported by Digi’s team of experts.”
Digi Security Systems offers a variety of digital surveillance cameras to provide the coverage and image detail necessary in a broad range of government facility applications. Entire video systems can be monitored by a mobile device for added flexibility. Additionally, our easy-to-use video software lets users search through hours of footage in seconds to identify illicit activity.
In addition to offering industry leading solutions and service, Digi offers government customers multiple purchasing avenues to expedite the purchasing process. Digi expert, Tom Hagen, will be discussing the surveillance system at the City of Stillwater's Energy Center on Friday, October 7th from 1-2 PM followed by a tour of the powerplant.More