Merthyr Tydfil expand their existing security system for greater peace of mind

Posted March 02nd, 2012 by Emily Crawford

With an existing security system containing over 40 Axis cameras, Merthyr Tydfil County Council wanted to perform a health-check on its system infrastructure as the Milestone-based CCTV recording system was not delivering the results required.

Our initial task was to check and reconfigure the system correctly and advise on an improved storage infrastructure to meet the Council’s requirement of a 31 day CCTV archive.Merthyr Tydfil Civic Centre

The council were also aware of a few security incidents at the leisure centre opposite their Civic Centre building, and despite a newly constructed analogue CCTV system being in place, it was failing to provide the cover required within the fitness suite. With data connection already in place between the two buildings we were able to expand the Civic Centre‘s system to include new cameras spread across buildings.

Additional Axis megapixel cameras were deployed within the leisure centre. A new recording server was installed and the leisure centre security staff were given access to the CCTV system and all camera’s in the complex via their existing PC workstations.

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