Daytona International Speedway is going to get video surveillance, according to John Power, director of security at the racetrack . Power said that the track has a $319,000 grant that will be used to invest in an IP-based, mostly hard-wired video surveillance system on a fiber backbone, which will allow security to access camera footage from any location.
The system may also include a small network that will allow track security to relocate some cameras depending on the event being held. Video footage will be monitored live in a command center during events.
No word on when the system will be installed.