Crescent Guardian Security Company


Crescent Guardian Security Company
Headquarters: New Orleans
Offices: Atlanta | Dallas
1 (800) 650-0706 or (504) 483-7811
Crescent Guardian Security Company

Crescent Guardian Honored With 2012 Technology Award


Award-winning strategy based on recent success with Louisiana’s Port Fourchon



Crescent Guardian, Inc., the New Orleans-based national security firm, has earned the 2012 Best Application of Technology award, presented by the Louisiana Technology Council. CGI was honored for its successful integration of advanced behavioral analytics software with a state-of-the-art surveillance system at Louisiana’s Port Fourchon, one of the most critical ports in the nation. The award is given by the LTC to recognize a company in New Orleans that has creatively found a way to apply technology to a situation and ultimately results in the betterment of its region and industry.

The analytics software implemented by CGI, which accompanies the Fourchon’s recently installed advanced video surveillance system, utilizes next-generation behavioral analytics software from BRS Labs that instantly recognizes anything out of the ordinary without needing users to pre-program it and automatically sends instant alerts to officials. This breakthrough ensures that first responders in Port Fourchon are receiving “as they happen” alerts identified by the surveillance system so they can coordinate their response in real time. This ultimately helps lower response times and increase overall situational awareness during real-time events, placing the port’s security among the most advanced in the nation.

For over 20 years Crescent Guardian, Inc., has served both public and private entities, including Federal, State, Municipal, Commercial, Energy and Critical Infrastructure, as an advanced security firm with a portfolio consisting of Security Integration, Video Surveillance, Video Analytics, Electronic Tracking, Access Control, Project Management, Training, Asset Management and Armed / Unarmed Guard Services.


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