Adesta lands $1.4m deal with Houston ports

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SSN Staff  - 
Sunday, July 1, 2007

HOUSTON--Adesta, an integrator of communications and security systems based in Omaha, Neb., announced a $1.4 million contract with the Port of Houston Authority here to design, install and integrate a sophisticated intelligent video security surveillance system. The company expects to complete the installation, which will include approximately 150 camera feeds, in February 2008.
"This project is an upgrade of the Port of House Authority's video management system," said Adesta president Bob Sommerfeld in a statement. "The project provides a tighter integration, increased reliability, and expanded features for the port's command and control system. It will add efficiency to PHA's emergency response capability."