INTELLIGENT SECURITY AUSTRALIA: Mobile CCTV Command Centre to transform event security management in Australia

Intelligent Security Integration will launch Australia’s first mobile CCTV Command Centre (MCCC) for hire at the 2016 Security Exhibition and Conference from Wednesday 20 – Friday 22 July at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Designed specifically for rapid deployment – the unit allows for the creation of a full site CCTV set-up in under 5 hours, regardless of size and location. The MCCC is equipped with the absolute latest CCTV technology to ensure that images captured are the best quality possible.

Using market-leading technology from Axis Communications, the MCCC has been created for use literally anywhere a traditional CCTV set-up is logistically unfeasible or cost prohibitive.

Stephen Bell, the MCCC’s creator and Managing Director of Intelligent Security Integration designed the unit to provide electronic security services for major events, outdoor concerts and festivals but the vehicle can be used in any number of situations:

“Anyone can hire this on a temporary basis and with 11 on board cameras, an additional 8 rapidly deployed cameras that live stream back to the vehicle as well as a suite of integrated body cameras for crowd controller back-up and an independent power source- the MCCC is a fully standalone surveillance device”

“This really is a substitute for a high end, commercial CCTV installation but it can be deployed at an hours’ notice anywhere in Melbourne and at 24 hours’ notice anywhere in Eastern Australia”

With smaller, unmanned vehicles planned, Intelligent Security Integration hope that the mobile CCTV application is as well received here as it is in the US and Europe. High quality mobile CCTV was used extensively at the London Olympics and the British police frequently use mobile CCTV command centres in surveillance ‘black-spots’ against threats that arise from protests and crowd control in busy nightlife areas.

Intelligent Security Australia
www.isiaustmccc.com.au
Tel: 03 9221 6163

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