When CCTV coverage is essential for the safety and security of your staff, residents and the general public, camera placement, image quality and system reliability are critical. We supply and maintain CCTV systems on both the railway network and underground stations.
Technology is changing rapidly and the ability to integrate and commission what are becoming complex IT systems is becoming as important. Replacement of legacy CCTV systems with new IP based systems, whilst keeping systems operational with the existing user interface can be challenging.
Having designed and installed over 6000 CCTV cameras across 100 locations, as well as maintaining 22,000 cameras and associated recording systems, we can supply you with analogue or IP systems and support the development of migration strategies.
Our maintenance responsibilities currently include meeting and exceeding demanding service level targets on over 8,000 CCTV cameras across London Underground.
- Systems design
- Camera placement design
- Core system selection
- Camera selection
- External interface integration
- Migration strategies
Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly line station upgrades
Complete replacement of all systems at 100 stations, requiring 6,000 new Bosch 0455 and 0485 cameras and associated control and recording infrastructure. The project also required integration with telent Management Integration and Control of Assets (MICA) station management system at each station.
Canary Wharf Station migration to IP Cameras
Installation of a new Verint Nextivia VMS and the migration of 160 analogue cameras to IP CCTV. We carried out the migration of the analogue cameras and supporting infrastructure to an integrated IP CCTV system – the first large scale migration of its kind in that environment. It was imperative that the system remained operational throughout the project, something further complicated by the fact that the existing coaxial cable infrastructure could not be replaced and had to be re-used for the new IP Cameras. It was also essential all cameras continued to be managed by the existing Station Management System and interface with the state of the art British Transport Police monitoring system.
West Ham Station
Migration to Axis IP cameras as for Canary Wharf
MICA management system integration with NICE VMS and more than 300 Axis IP cameras