Port of Townsville Eyes HD For its PTZ Cameras
PORT of Townsville Limited has invited tender submissions for works to upgrade its existing PTZ surveillance cameras.
POTL said it had reviewed options and under this contract requests supply and install of new high definition cameras to replace the existing cameras in the CCTV network.
The current system incorporates multiple PTZ cameras installed by LRI, which allow port staff to manage vessels entering and exiting the Port of Townsville thanks to their powerful zoom lenses.
As well as being installed at multiple locations around the site, a camera is also installed on top of Cement Australia's silo. One of the tallest structures in the area, it provides a clear view of the approaches and the harbour.
Port of Townsville is a government-owned corporation and seaport in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. It is the third largest seaport in Queensland after Port of Brisbane and the Central Queensland Port in Gladstone. The Port of Townsville is intrinsically linked to the sustainability of the North Queensland economy, and during 2014/2015 handled $A11 billion in trade.
More than 30 different commodity types are imported and exported through Townsville including mineral ores, fertiliser, concentrates, sugar and motor vehicles. Townsville is the number one port in Australia for exports in copper, zinc, lead and sugar. In 2014, just under 250,000 head of live cattle were shipped from the Port of Townsville, making it the second largest live export port in Australia after Darwin.
The Port of Townsville's Berth 10 was specifically designed to accommodate the Royal Australian Navy's new LHD vessels, HMAS Adelaide and HMAS Canberra and the port also accommodates US Navy on rest and recuperation in Townsville.
Tender documents will be available at the Queensland Government QTenders website: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/home.do from 11:00am Wednesday 18 January 2017.
Tenders are to be lodged via the Queensland Government QTenders website no later than 3:00pm Friday 10 February 2017. The lowest tender need not necessarily be accepted.
Technical enquiries may be directed to Sean Chun Tie, Project Engineer on telephone (07) 47811549, mobile 0438 154 944 or e-mail: [email protected] ♦