The Bos wrote:"As for the mobile rigs..." he scratches his head. "I'm not sure how we could accommodate that. I'll have to chat with Brad. He knows wireless communications better than I do."
James, looking a little dejected answers with, "Sounds good, let me know when we can work that out."
The Bos wrote:
"We can set you up with a standard 64-camera system that features full audio and color video recording. They're dome mount, have auto focus and can be manually zoomed in via the proprietary software that comes with the system. This system comes with a 5-petabyte drive that can delete the oldest footage every 30, 60, or 90 days -- your choice. We can set the DVR unit up in a wall mount server jack along with the monitors in whichever room you specify. This system will cost 75,000 and includes installation; this type of system typically takes 2 weeks to install and I can have Brad start the process first thing in the morning.""As for pan, tilt, and zoom cameras... this system can handle 8 PTZ units and 4 control sticks, but that will add to the overall cost of course. Each PTZ camera will cost an additional 500 credits, while each control stick will cost 1,500 credits. If you were to add as much as the system can handle, the added total would be an even 10,000 credits for the cameras and controllers. If you wanted these in addition to the existing 64 cameras you would also need to purchase additional DVRs as that's the most the unit can handle at any one time."
"We can make the standard cameras concealable for an extra 250 credits per unit. If you wanted to make all 64 of them concealable, we could certainly do that and the additional cost would be 16,000 credits."
James tilts his head up to do some quick math before answering, "How about we go with the eight P.T.Z. controllable cameras with an extra DVR and 64 concealed dome cameras on their own DVR? If I go up to a hundred and ten K for all of that, and because I'll pay the whole thing right now, you throw in a top of the line computer in the same room with its own bank of four monitors?"
James looks at the guy and adds,"Deal?"
If they agree with James' proposal he will ask, "This can be a bit of a touchy subject and it is not intended to offend but I am going to need some guarantee on privacy and trustworthiness of your installation crew. I don't want anyone getting a blueprint of where every camera is and I don't want to have to worry about your crew being inside our HQ."
After listening to the man's reply, James picks up a message from Jez,
Jezebel wrote: "Jez here, on my hornet. Where should I go? Be forewarned, if it's not someplace serves food, I might kill and eat you when we meet."
He uses his internal radio to respond, "I think I am almost wrapped up here and also dying for some food. I went past a place in the Mystic Quarter that look more than a little interesting. Its called, The Spinx and Unicorn Tavern."
James waits for a response but thinks now might be the time to let Jez in on his security system plan, I'm setting up a security system for the HQ, I'm sure she won't be pissed off about that. Knowing my luck she probably will be.
Activating his radio again he adds, "Hey Jez, I thought it would be a good idea to get the HQ set up with a security system. I have an installation crew ready to go for tomorrow, does that work for you?"
After a quick pause James continues, "I have a privacy and professionalism guarantee from the business here at Spy Gear Electronics."