CCTV 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.
We maintain over 15,000 CCTV cameras in the London area and our London based delivery operation has enabled us to offer Transport for London (TfL) a high level of service at a competitive price.
We have also recently been awarded the contact to maintain over 1,400 street-based CCTV cameras and associated CCTV Matrices and Operator Interfaces, which collectively form a pan-London traffic control CCTV system operated by TfL
The cameras are distributed across each of the 32 Greater London Boroughs as well as the City of London, and provide the eyes on the street for TfL, the Metropolitan Police, City of London Police, London Ambulance and media services such as the BBC and TfL’s “JamCam” service.
The system monitors traffic flow and as such assists greatly in the management of road incidents, bus lane and yellow box junction enforcement. It also provides real-time information feeds to media channels and the travelling public.
- Systems design
- Camera selection
- Camera placement proposals
- Core system selection
- External interface integration
- Migration strategies
Maintenance of over 1,100 CCTV cameras across the motorways and key trunk roads managed by Highways England in their East, South East and M25 and Greater London regions. These camera and associated systems are critical to ensuring some of Europe’s busiest motorways are kept moving and our performance is managed against a demanding set of targets including network availability.
telent supports a wide range of traffic management technology across the roads in Medway including the roadside CCTV camera systems. Due to the importance and criticality of these systems telent have teams on duty 24/7/365 to ensure Service Level Agreements are attained.