STOCKTON — As December’s winter storms pummeled the Central Valley with rain and wind gusts up to 40 mph, officials at the Port of Stockton kept a close eye on its buildings and docks with a new monitoring system it had just installed.
“We were able to monitor the entire port during the storm events and do what was necessary to minimize the effects of the storm,” said the Port of Stockton’s director of Homeland Security George Lerner.
CommandBridge, a state-of-the art, custom-designed system which enhances the port’s land and waterside security by consolidating the its multiple systems into a “single intuitive interface” was installed last fall. It helps protect the port from threats by humans and Mother Nature. December’s storms were the port’s first test of the system... Read More