"We spoke to a variety of suppliers, and ultimately chose Interlogix," Minervini said. "They took the time to understand our business and vulnerabilities, offering us the best options to meet our needs."
Among the products installed at the warehouse are TruVision™ video, IFS™ transmission and NetworX™ intrusion.
"The bakery was looking for a flexible surveillance system that could expand as they grow. It was also important for the solution to be mobile with remote monitoring capability. TruVision from Interlogix was the best choice," Fernandez said.
Over several phases of the project, more than 100 TruVision IP Megapixel cameras, 15 TruVision DVR 60s and several IFS 24-port PoE switches were installed at the new warehouse, which are all centrally managed by TruVision Navigator video management software.
"This installation is an excellent example of deploying leading IP technologies, including high-resolution video and mobile applications for customers to seamlessly manage their system from anywhere in the world," said Kostas Mellos, video sales leader, Interlogix,
"Once we saw the quality and capabilities of the products and systems Interlogix had to offer, it was kind of a no-brainer. TruVision is awesome – my experience has been extremely positive," stated Valastro.TruVision and IFS, along with a preview of the Carlo's Bakery video case study, can be seen at the UTC Climate, Controls & Security Booth #11087 at ISC West from March 28-30 in Las Vegas. Valastro will also make a special appearance at the booth on Wednesday, March 28, where he will present Interlogix with a cake and talk briefly about the installation.