A Photo Essay of EIA Preparing and Deploying for the 2013 ING New York City Marathon [Press Release]

After meetings with New York Road Runners (NYRR), Glenn goes deep into the planning stage...
This planning was then brought up with Adam Roth, EIA's VP of Technology. Here, Rudy and Adam (seated) are resolving a technical question regarding equipment to be installed.
Rudy opening the first of dozens of IPELA surveillance cameras which were provided to the Marathon at no charge by the Sony Corporation.
Rudy and Douglas with a pallet of Sony I.P. cameras donated for use at the marathon
Preparing one of the Sony cameras EIA would be installing on Central Park West later in the day.
Rudy setting up a Firetide wireless node on the bench at EIA, a few hours before deployment to Central Park.
Firetide wireless nodes provided a private wireless video network.
Video Optimized High-performance Servers provided by Iomnis Surveillance Solutions.
Video Optimized High-performance Servers provided by Iomnis Surveillance Solutions.
EIA conducting one of many surveys with the NYPD and the NYC DOT in Central Park
[L-R] NYC DOT officer; Paul C. (EIA Consultant & NYPD Ret.); Gennadiy K., Shelomo A., Calvin W., Adam R. and Glenn T., all of EIA
Imran out on Central Park West placing the first
of the Firetide wireless nodes.
The first Sony camera was installed at night, this one faced the Finish Line.
Calvin installing a Sony surveillance camera.
Calvin installing a Firetide wireless node.
Calvin installing in front of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church--the famous "Ghost Busters Church" at 55 Central Park West.
Calvin with the Firetide antennas.
A complete install on a pole at West 65th St.
Douglas and Rudy looking at plans on Central Park West
Establishing an EIA network operations center in a trailer behind the great jumbotron of the marathon.
Adjusting the cameras on Central Park West.
NYPD Counter Terrorism Bureau with EIA and Fireide staff discussing race security.
A candid view of the Marathon Operations Center.
Another view of the the Marathon Operations Center.
Officers of the NYPD (the Counter Terrorism Bureau and Patrol Borough Manhattan North) with the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force.
EIA's monitors in the operations center are viewed utilizing Milestone Systems video management software
NYPD Captain of Patrol Borough Manhattan North
with Adam and Glenn.
George Engel, EIA's Chairman of the Board with Glenn Taylor, EIA's Sales V.P.
Marathon Credentials.
Adam Roth, EIA's V.P. of Technology with Brian Simons, Northeast Region Sales Manager of Firetide and David Engel, EIA's CEO.

A Photo Essay of EIA Preparing and Deploying for the 2013 ING New York City Marathon [Press Release]

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