WestConnex M4-M5 Link Tunnels Seeks CCTV Cameras
CCTV cameras sought for WestConnex M4-M5 Link.
Lendlease Samsung Bouygues Joint Venture is seeking CCTV cameras for the WestConnect M4-M5 Link tunnels.
WestConnex is a 33-kilometre underground motorway scheme currently under construction in Sydney with a projected cost of between $A20-45 billion. It includes the new M5 motorway, which opens in 2020 and incorporates twin underground tunnels, stretching 9 kilometres from Kingsgrove to the new St Peters Interchange.
Meanwile, the M4-M5 Link features twin tunnels connecting the New M4 at Haberfield to the New M5 at St Peters, as well as an underground bypass of Victoria Road between the Iron Cove and Anzac Bridges.
In terms of management solutions deployed at WestConnex Tunnels, SICE is delivering the M4E and M5 tunnel sections, which include a pair of tunnels with a length of 5.5 km and a pair of tunnels with a length of 9 km.
SICE has been selected to supply its Operations & Management Software (OMCS) SIDERA solution for the M4 East section of WestConnex, currently in the commissioning phase of the project. M4E will be integrated in the future with the M5 section into a single control platform called Integrated OMCS (IOMCS), which will operate the entire WestConnex motorway scheme using SIDERA software.
Besides developing the control software and the C2C system, SICE designed the comms and PLC networks, the vehicle detection system (VDS), variable message signs (VMS), CCTV networks, motorway emergency phone systems, radio network and more. The video management system used by the M5 is Genetec Security Center.
Closing date for supply of cameras for the M4-M5 Link is September 30, 2019 – more information here.