Airport surveillance sought

The New Jersey Transportation Department is exploring options for a surveillance system to be used at 46 public airports in the state. The system is to serve as a deterrent and help investigate security violations. The state wants to look at security strategies, equipment options, wireless solutions and surveillance equipment and techniques, particularly for low-light situations. The RFP is expected by year's end.


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