St. Louis, MO, May 11, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Nexgen Integration LLC and AwayVision LLC, providers of advanced Wide Area Surveillance Solutions (WASS), announce release of “The Community ECHO Program.” The Community ECHO (Electronic Community and Homeland Observation) Program is a community based modernization of the traditional neighborhood watch functions in a non-biased electronic format. This program has been designed to offer communities affordable Wide Area Surveillance Solutions and to educate them on the use of surveillance equipment for increased safety and crime reduction in their neighborhood.
The Program focuses on custom designed systems for Business, Entertainment, and Private Neighborhoods to Increase Safety, Reduce Crime and Provide Solid Incident Evidence and Reconstruction Information. Development has been based on several years of successful WASS installations in communities of Cleveland, Memphis and other metropolitan areas.
The Community ECHO Program will also provide free educational seminars to Business Owners, Community Organizations, and Public Forums on increased safety and crime reduction awareness using video technology.
Nexgen’s flagship MRSE (Mobile Remote Surveillance Enclosure) products primarily used in government, military and law enforcement have been re-scaled into the “C” series for The Community ECHO Program. This cost effective public solution provides the same high quality recording, security, and reliable performance without the higher requirements for government and military applications. The “C” series provides flexibility with a variety of cameras, mounts and other optional features (i.e., Gunshot Detection, License Plate Recognition, Thermal Imaging, etc.).
Nexgen Integration LLC and AwayVision LLC will work with their existing St. Louis based Electrical, Communication, other Trades Contractors, and local Manufactures Representatives to support The Community ECHO Program and assist with implementation efforts.
To additionally support the program Nexgen Integration LLC will be relocating a portion of its current operations into the South St. Louis City area and will work closely with program partner, Women Owned, AwayVison LLC, local business owners, and affiliate local program sponsors for implementation of The Community ECHO Program. Spearheading the Program with long term experience will be Stacey Ackman, Program Administrator, C. Thomas Nickelson, Implementation Supervisor, and Morgan Logsdon, IT / Network Supervisor, providing a quality leadership team for support and direction of The Community ECHO Program.
For more information go to:
www.thecommunityecho.com www.nexgenintegration.com www.awayvision.com