Protective dome keeps cameras operating

October 1998
American City & County;Oct98, Vol. 113 Issue 11, pS10
Trade Publication
Focuses on Camden, New Jersey's city government's used of a DeputyDome bullet-resistant housing to protect its Avtech Systems camera surveillance systems installed in Westfield Acres, a low-income housing project. Materials used for the bullet-resistant dome; Enclosure of cameras in a second dome made of bullet-resistant plastic and heavy-gauge steel.


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