TasPorts Seeking Partners for Security System Upgrade
TASMANIAN Ports Corporation is embarking on a significant electronic security technology upgrade programme of its seaports across Tasmania and is seeking expressions of interest from prospective partners.
The upgrade will support its operations well into the future and provide state of the art capabilities for security monitoring and access control management. Technology requirements include a new video management systems, IP cameras, as well as access control, alarm integration and intercoms to be rolled out across the state.
Additionally, the state operations centre for security will be redeveloped to house the security personnel and upgraded equipment.
The upgrade represents a significant investment into the security of TasPorts controlled ports across Tasmania and is expected to provide meaningful functional improvements over the existing system.
TasPorts is seeking expressions of interest from experienced suppliers interested in working with TasPorts to supply, install and maintain this equipment.
The Tasmanian Ports Corporation is an important link in trade for Tasmania and Australia, with 99 per cent of Tasmanian freight passing through its ports every year. TasPorts operates major seaports in Burnie, Bell Bay, Devonport and Hobart, multiple smaller seaports, as well as Devonport Airport.
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