AUCKLAND Security Cameras installs Mobotix Solution incorporating c25, v25, i25 and D15 cameras for Bolloré Logistics near Auckland Airport. The system is managed by Mobotix MxManagementCentre software, offering full encryption and with all vehicle movements recorded and time-stamped.
A WORLD leader in logistics and warehousing, Bolloré Logistics is one of the top 10 transport and logistics companies in the world. Its warehousing and logistics facility near Auckland Airport, New Zealand, has seen significant growth in recent years and often handles more than 2000 items in a day. As a customs-bonded warehouse, monitoring of all stock movement and processing is crucial and the current CCTV operation needed to be expanded to monitor the entire site.
Schneider Electric has installed an Inner Range Infiniti access control and automation solution at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) at Birtinya in Queensland. The integrated security and automation system includes thousands of doors, thousands of devices, 8000 cardholders, and integrates 16 sub-systems, including 360 Jacques intercoms and nearly 800 Pelco cameras.
NZ integrator Icon Security Systems has installed an ICT ProtegeGX access control and intrusion detection system at the new head office of Trustpower in Tauranga, NZ.
RAPID expansion over 2 years saw energy provider Trustpower outgrow its former head office at Te Maunga in Tauranga, New Zealand. This growth and the decision to move to an activity-based working model for staff, which Trustpower calls ‘Synergy New Ways of Working’, saw more than 500 staff move to a new purpose-built facility on Durham Street in the Tauranga CBD.
PMT Security Systems has delivered an open-platform 600-camera CCTV solution from Axis, Milestone, and Quantum, to a major shopping centre that provides all the coverage the customer needs, supports enhanced analytics, and fits neatly into the shopping centre’s existing data centre — all while meeting tight budget constraints.
PMT Security Systems is an Australian-owned company integrator that provides design, installation, and commissioning for integrated electronic security systems on retail, commercial, government, hospital, educational, industrial, and small business sites but this application presented the team with a difficult problem.
Edmund Rice College enhances security with Mobotix
Forcefield Security has installed a Mobotix video surveillance solution at Edmund Rice College near Wollongong. The solution provides high quality image streams with a indiscernible network footprint.
EDMUND Rice College is an independent Catholic high school for boys established in 1926 just outside Wollongong, a medium sized city to the south-west of Sydney. Since 2013, Edmund Rice has undergone a number of major developments: A first class sports hall has been built, which seats 1500, as well as housing 2 indoor basketball courts and a mezzanine level gymnasium, drama and PDHPE classrooms, and a large communal foyer; a significant upgrade to IT infrastructure, including the adoption of a 1:1 computing platform, has granted all students access to computing facilities at all times.
Dave Sutherland at the Australian College of Physical Education
Force Security has installed a Bosch video surveillance solution to protect the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE). The system incorporates a range of Bosch’s surveillance cameras supported by Bosch BVMS video management system.
THE Australian College of Physical Education ACPE) is Australia’s leading provider of specialist undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the related disciplines of sport, dance, and physical education. One of Australia’s oldest higher education institutions, ACPE was founded in 1917 as a physical education training institute for young women, and was purchased by global education provider, Study Group, in 2009.
Magenta Airport in Noumea has installed Axis network cameras connected to an intelligent system developed by Aimetis that allows recognition of license plates in real time to monitor vehicles approaching the entrance to the parking lot and allow or deny entry.
MAGENTA Airport is the principle hub for domestic flights in Nouméa. After redevelopment, the free parking that was normally intended for public transportation was soon swamped with private passenger cars. After that, buses and taxis dropped off their passengers outside the airport zone. This meant passengers had to walk hundreds metres with the luggage to the terminal.
Platinum AV has installed a Mobotix IP surveillance system at Lily’s in Sydney’s Seven Hills. The system includes automation, intercoms, external and internal cameras with edge storage, a dedicated network and remote and local management using mobile devices running the Australian-developed QCamPro app.
LILY’S restaurant, bar and function centre at Seven Hills in Sydney’s west incorporates 5 modern function rooms, 2 dedicated ceremony areas and an Italian restaurant. Arriving early, I spend 10 minutes wandering through the internal spaces, which revolve around a bar, pizza kitchen and large restaurant. It’s bigger than I expected. When you’re looking at video surveillance applications, the first place you look is the ceilings and I can see this is a brownfield site. New Mobotix cameras are dotted here and there across a ceiling populated by an installation of older, bulkier compact domes.
Hang Nadim International Airport, Batam, Riau Islands, Indonesia, recently invested in advanced thermal video security technology from FLIR Systems to secure its huge 16km perimeter.
HANG Nadim International Airport is located in Batam, Riau Islands, an Indonesian island located close to Singapore, that has become a domestic hub with a large volume of transit passengers. All the major domestic carriers operate out of Batam with services to Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Medan and Padang. Originally developed as an alternative airport for Singapore Changi Airport, Hang Nadim Airport has facilities and the longest runway 4000m in Indonesia, sufficient for wide body aircraft Boeing 747s and several times more passengers than it is currently serving.
Brisbane Boys College Toowong has deployed TESA SMARTair
Brisbane Boys College in Toowong has installed a wireless TESA SMARTair access control system from Security Merchants to secure its campus. The new system incorporates 100 doors controlled by smartcards, with plans afoot for the rest of the site to transition from mechanical keys.
BRISBANE Boys College has a student body of 1550 between prep school and Year 12. Its Toowong campus comprises buildings dating from the 1930s through to the Junior School build in 2008 and new College Hall completed in 2011, which includes a 700-seat auditorium, an art gallery and music rooms. A key element of this application included the physical size of the campus and the layout of its buildings.