Cairns Council Tables CitySafe Upgrade Of CCTV Cameras.
Cairns Council Tables CitySafe Upgrade – Cairns Council has announced a future release date of a tender for an upgrade to its CCTV network.
It’s a long timeline but worth adding to your calendar, given the technological edge Cairns Council has given its CitySafe solution, which includes video analytics allowing the system to zoom in on unexpected events, as well to communicate incidents to police response teams.
Cairns CitySafe CCTV System is installed in the Cairns Central Business District (CBD) and other locations, including Mooroobool, Edge Hill, Manunda, Manoora and Gordonvale, and is designed to identify and prevent illegal and/or inappropriate behaviour in the Cairns CBD which has the potential to alarm or threaten citizens, or to result in damage of property and order in the Cairns CBD.
It allows controlled provision of information by council to the agencies of the Department of Emergency Services (Police, Ambulance, Fire) and to other statutory bodies with powers to prosecute to enable the development of effective responses to incidents.
Council invests heavily in the system – $A532,000 went to upgrading the system in 2014/15 and a further $690,000 was allocated in the 2016 budget. The annual cost of running the system is $1,377,000 for camera monitoring and security patrols, along with $220,000 for operation and maintenance of the CCTV infrastructure.
Cairns Council CCTV and Video Management Software Services Tender has a reference number of PV19162-01 – that release date range is July-September 2024 – you can contact email@example.com for more information.
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