Creating safer communities and reducing crime with mobile wireless monitoring
Regular surveillance is a tried-and-tested way to reduce everyday crime and anti-social behaviour, protect property and create safer communities. We can help you design, develop and install cost-effective monitoring solutions that are fit for purpose and deliver the results.
Pioneering the future of the security industry
Surveillance is about being in the right place at the right time. However, traditional surveillance requires considerable manpower and resources.
Our high-res Equinox cameras can be rapidly installed on any vantage point and operated remotely. Unlike conventional surveillance systems, they offer a greater degree of flexibility, adaptability and mobility. They are also easy to move and reposition for randomised community coverage.
We can link cameras to an existing central ‘command centre’ and provide you with the software and hardware to monitor and capture live events. We can also assist with covert surveillance and offer a number of monitoring solutions that keep man hours to a minimum. Details of these classified devices are available in our secure log-in area. To find out how our IT surveillance solutions can benefit you, please contact us.
UK Government Organisation Heightens Security of it's facility with Tellemachus & Avigilon HD Megapixel Surveillance System
This technically challenging project required the deployment of Award Winning High Definition Megapixel Surveillance Cameras inside the building to externally surveil every approach to the building delivering full facial and number plate recognition during daylight as well as night.
Delivering reliable Wireless High Bandwidth IP Connectivity to schools in the Outer Shetland Islands
The Shetland Islands Council needed to provide two new schools in the Outer Shetland islands with telephony, IT functions, CCTV and high tech classroom aids such as video conferencing links. What’s more, although the solution could be funded from capital budget, financial constraints meant the council didn’t…
The Safer Bristol Partnership was formed in 2003 to tackle crime, drugs and community safety issues within the Bristol area. Although they already had rapid deployment cameras in place; these failed to meet operational
challenges and support was an issue.