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Caloundra Chamber of Commerce Installs Dahua CCTV

Caloundra will have around 30 CCTV cameras operating in its CBD by Christmas including many with number plate recognition and alert capacity thanks to an initiative of the Caloundra Chamber of Commerce supported by Fisher MP Andrew Wallace.

CALOUNDRA Chamber of Commerce working with CCTV Consultant Services, Stanley Security and Ecolution Industries and LSC Security Supplies, has installed an open-street video surveillance solution in Caloundra as part of the Safer Communities CCTV project.

According to Doug Grant of CCTV Consultant Services, each camera in the CBD open-street CCTV network is strategically positioned in consultation with the police to provide visual coverage in areas where there is a high number of pedestrians or in precincts that have previously experienced anti-social behaviour.

The Dahua Technology powered system includes 12 static dome cameras, one 360-degree PTZ, one 180 degrees and 4 ANPR cameras. Localised recording is managed via a Dahua VMS.

The head end offers easy management of the system and customised layouts of the crisp images being displayed on a 4K 55-inch Dahua video monitor. This offers a no-loss of image clarity in monitoring streets, vehicles and parks.

Stanley Security and Ecolution Industries worked closely with LSC Security Supplies in the supply and install of the project and the technical team from Dahua also worked hard to provide a world class CCTV system for Caloundra locals and national and international visitors to the area.

The initial design allows for easy future expansion when required and the project was brought in on budget over the Christmas period,” Grant said.


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