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International School Trusts Unlimited Technology

the CLIENT Unlimited Technology, Inc. was tasked by a private K-12 international school, located in the heart of New York City, to help them resolve a mysterious problem with disappearing video footage. the CHALLENGE Every school administrator knows that reliable, dependable video footage is critically important to the safety of the students, teachers and administrators. School officials depend on video …

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Global developer announces 5 year plan in New York

the CLIENT Unlimited Technology, Inc. was selected by a large global commercial and residential developer as the security contractor for a new construction platform. This platform would serve as the building block for a new 5,500,000 rentable square foot mixed-use construction site being built in Mid-Town NYC over the next 5 years. the CHALLENGE The challenge was to provide a unified …

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Global entertainment company relocates NYC HQ

the CLIENT Unlimited Technology, Inc. was selected by a large a global entertainment company who was relocating their 600,000 sq ft global HQ in Manhattan NYC. the CHALLENGE The biggest challenge was to eliminate the possibility of any down time. Unlimited Technology, Inc was tasked with providing video, access, mapping, and full integration with cyber & health analytics. The goal …

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Global chemical leader upgrades analog technology

the CLIENT A global leader in the chemical & specialty gas industry recently approached the Unlimited Technology, Inc. team with a question on how to upgrade their massive existing analog CCTV infrastructure and bring it up to date with the latest IP based camera technology. the CHALLENGE The main problem was figuring out how to use the significant amount of existing …

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New technology moves to the head of the class

the CLIENT A large renowned Philadelphia university, with a community of over 80,000 people, had a need to offer their students, faculty and staff more security and flexibility with their identification access cards. They had been using outdated magstripe technology at over 800 card reader locations. The magstripe technology was initially added to plastic cards in the early 1970’s. The …