Baltimore County police provides feedback on the Skyline OneView.
“It’s an ability (Skyline has) in their software to have a one-to-many approach. A lot of folks will stream one-for-one … their technique is they put it on the server. We’re able to pick and choose whichever one we want. It’s not streaming them all at once.”
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Skyline OneView In The Local News
This week the Skyline OneView video portal was highlighted on WJZ-TV and CBS Baltimore for its immense impact on the safety of elementary school students in Baltimore County. Sharing live video streams with school safety officials and local county police is part of Baltimore County’s large security project to protect students and to encourage their good behavior.
Currently 107 elementary schools use OneView allowing law enforcement to be proactive during any incident. The technology allows video to play on any device form a TV monitor to a smart phone resulting in effective real-time response. The cameras and their feed are secure and controlled in the county limiting and monitoring who can see inside a school and when.
CBS Baltimore quotes Police Chief Jim Johnson: “We believe strongly that this new technology, the step in this direction, will enhance public safety in our schools and in our communities, as well.”
Skyline continues to work with each client to develop the OneView based on their specific security and user needs. Agencies across the state of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia have taken advantage of this video portal and the comprehensive Skyline Video Sharing Solution (VSS) to share live video streams safely, effectively and on a highly scalable platform without having to replace existing disparate infrastructure.
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Skyline Technology Solutions is Relocating
Skyline Technology Solutions has outgrown the Glen Burnie office space we have occupied since 2008. The team at Skyline continues to grow as the company progresses in developing networking, systems and fiber infrastructure services and innovative technology solutions. We are adding another 20 employees in the upcoming year to deliver solutions to a broadening customer base. Medium as well as long-term needs of our clients continue to fuel Skyline’s growth and have resulted in the need for a larger facility to accommodate our business.
The Maryland Gazette announces: “Skyline Technology signed an 11-year lease with First Potomac Realty Trust for 28,753 square feet in the Aviation Business Park, located off Aviation Boulevard next to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.”
This brand new location will provide space for new products, more innovation and further creativity to address complex business problems and provide inherently simple long-term solutions.
For the complete Maryland Gazette announcement, visit the on line webpage here.