Florida Seaport to Spend $154K on Video Surveillance System

The Key West Historic Seaport will spend $154,000 to upgrade an outdated video surveillance system.

SEAPORT, Fla. – The Bight Management District Board has unanimously approved spending $154,000 on a video surveillance system to monitor the Key West Historic Seaport.

The new high-resolution, Internet accessible video surveillance will monitor the ferry terminal and the rest of the waterfront seaport, keynews.com.

Chesapeake, Va.-based Bazon-Cox and Associates, an IT engineering firm, will install the new system, which will include 35 cameras at the seaport and a dozen at the ferry terminal.

Officials said that the security cameras at the ferry terminal, which were installed in 2004, haven’t worked for several months.

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