The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) works to protect the health and value of American agriculture and natural resources. APHIS is a multi-faceted government agency with hundreds of locations. Each location has a specific role providing research, regulation, or education and outreach. USDA facilities include agricultural installations, research facilities, nuclear facilities, applied science sites, and biosafety laboratories. To help them secure each facility, Trofholz provides CCTV, ACS, and IDS solutions at multiple USDA APHIS locations around the United States.
The Trofholz team works with the USDA APHIS locations to design physical security systems that support their efforts. Our projects include access control systems (ACS), intrusion detection systems (IDS), and video surveillance systems (CCTV). Trofholz assesses each site, and then creates a security plan. Our team installs any new equipment, repairs existing equipment, trains USDA employees, and helps implement the USDA’s electronic physical security systems. This includes recommending and installing equipment, components, materials and providing labor to create complete CCTV, ACS, and IDS solutions to protect APHIS facilities.