OREGON GOVERNOR’S MANSION
In 2017, the Governor’s Mansion was still utilizing 20 year-old technology for perimeter intrusion detection and camera systems. Governor Kate Brown was now occupying the mansion and they needed to increase security so that the Dignitary Protection Unit and Oregon State Troopers were better able to protect the Governor. This required systems that could be integrated to work together under a single point of entry (UI) and be fast, reliable and effortless.
INNOVA utilized our partnership with Avigilon (www.avigilon.com) to create a unified platform with a single interface to manage the connection between perimeter detection, including microwave-based motion detectors, on-fence vibrator sensors, and cameras to provide real-time feedback on where any intrusion might happen.
Further, we deployed infrared thermal cameras to determine the presence intruders shrouded by shrubbery or trees that traditional cameras wouldn’t be able to detect and deployed cameras with built-in analytics to determine if a human or vehicle was in an unauthorized area. By installing cutting-edge security technology, Innova was able to bring the Oregon Governor’s mansion into the 21st century.