Active Security Solutions has installed an IP video surveillance solution incorporating 30 Synology DiskStation network area storage devices and 265 IP cameras at 26 Coupland’s Bakery stores across New Zealand.
COUPLAND’S Bakeries is one of the largest independently-owned bakery chains in New Zealand. The company operates 26 retail bakeries throughout the South Island, Hamilton, Rotorua, Tauranga and most recently Napier, and two large-scale manufacturing facilities in Christchurch and Hamilton.
EnviroCOMS has spent many years leveraging the Milestone VMS to create a new environmental digital asset management system that combines video, data and analytics, to monitor wave heights, measure shoreline erosion, calculate beach population density, improve beach safety and analyse risk prevention tactics. Now EnviroCOMS is being used to manage assets in real time.
COASTALCOMS, the parent company of EnviroCOMS was founded in Melbourne in 1998 as a group that delivered specialized video content analytics and environmental monitoring via public and private cloud architectures. The technology was cutting edge and garnered plenty of attention. In the mid-2000s, Australia’s Queensland government contracted CoastalCOMS to create a system to better monitor local environmental assets as part of its Smart State Initiative.
ADDICTIVE Technology Solutions has installed an integrated access control and video surveillance solution with IVA for a large storage facility in Queensland.
The system incorporates seven 3MP HD Avigilon bullet cameras with integrated video analytics, a Cisco switch and an HP micro server running Avigilon Control Centre Server, with video surveillance integrated with Integriti Professional software using the CCTV integration module to trigger virtual inputs reporting via an Inner Range 3G T4000 communicator.
South East Water has installed a fully integrated solution
SOUTH Water has installed an integrated video and access control solution to secure infrastructure across Melbourne. The solution incorporates Inner Range Integriti access control, Axis cameras and a Milestone VMS.
SOUTH East Water provides water, sewerage and recycled water services to residential, commercial and industrial customers - more than 1.7 million people in Southeast Melbourne. Its service region covers 3640 square kilometres from Port Melbourne to Portsea. South East Water manages a water and sewer network made up of more than 24,000km of pipeline, 81 water pump stations, 259 sewage pump stations, nine recycled water pump stations, eight water recycling plants, and one storm water treatment plant, totalling more than $A3 billion of infrastructure and assets.
Alarm Innovations has installed an integrated alarm and access control system supported by Mobotix cameras, MxActivitySensor software and MxMC(MxManagementCenter) management software for Miss Temple, Australia’s first women-only 24-hour gymnasium.
THE reason for being of Miss Temple, the latest venture of Queensland’s 24-hour gym chain Temple Fitness, is the creation of Australia's first women-only 24/7 gym concept, giving members the opportunity to train in a comfortable, supportive environment surrounded by like-minded women. It goes without saying that ensuring safety and security could be guaranteed around the clock was vital.
Australian Catholic University National Operations Centre
Every educational facility is a serious security challenge and Australian Catholic University is no exception to that rule. The ACU has a sprawling campus spread across the bustle of North Sydney’s CBD but the responsibilities of its National Security Centre extend further afield than that.
AUSTRALIAN Catholic University is an iconic institution, incorporating multiple campuses Australia-wide. More than 10,000 students, teachers and visitors attend these campuses each day. Situated at the heart of the North Sydney Campus, which includes multiple buildings that span 4 inner-city blocks, sits ACU’s National Security Centre (NSC) and its security team. Members of the team really do have their work cut out for them, monitoring the safety and security of onsite personnel across all campuses 24 hours a day, 7-day a week.
CoastalCOMS installs Sony cameras, Milestone VMS for JCU
CoastalCOMS has installed Sony CCTV cameras and a Milestone VMS to allow James Cook University in Queensland a powerful and flexible remote surveillance solution to monitor wildlife in the canopy of the Daintree Rainforest.
A LATERAL application that leverages the power and flexibility of the latest video surveillance solutions is empowering James Cook University (JCU) researchers at the JCU Daintree Rainforest Observatory.
Integrator Quorum Security Systems has installed a Mobotix CCTV solution, integrated with access control at the Transit Systems’ bus depot in Sydney.
FROM humble beginnings providing bus services along the New South Wales and Queensland coasts in Australia, Transit Systems has not only gone on to become one of Australia’s biggest public transport providers, but has also made significant inroads overseas, having purchased several bus routes from the First Group London, United Kingdom, in 2013.
Rapid penetration by telcos and huge ISPs into the security and automation markets with low cost hardware and bundled alarm monitoring services is presenting monitoring companies with an uncertain future. How they respond will be the key.
NASKAM Security on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a boutique electronic security business. Founded by Maks Maksan in 1986, the company combines Grade 1A monitoring and a security integration business in a symbiotic relationship that has brought decades of growth. With electronic security integration in the stable, it’s not surprising that Makson and his team are at the sharp end when it comes to adoption of new technology. Without the large line volumes of bureau monitoring services, Naskam has always had to offer its customers something extra.
Cameras and Redwall detectors integrated in Visium solutions
Visium Networks has installed an IP-based access control, intrusion and video surveillance solution on a fibre network for a key client that incorporates ICT’s Protégé GX alarm and access panel, and Visium’s own cameras and NVRs. This system highlights the nature of Visium’s innovative approach to integrated solutions.
WAY back in the year 2000, Visium Networks first installed a video surveillance solution at a customer’s distribution facility. That solution integrated Fastrace and Tecom in order to replace a security officer with remote video authorisation of access control.
According to Michael Brown, IT&C director of Visium Networks, this solution saved the client significant amounts of money and resulted in no losses.