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Melbourne Water Corporation Seeks CCTV Intrusion Detection

Melbourne Water Corporation Seeks CCTV Intrusion Detection - Melbourne Water Corporation has released a slightly future tender seeking advanced CCTV and intrusion detection for the Greenvale Reservoir precinct.

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Melbourne Water Corporation Seeks CCTV Intrusion Detection For Greenvale Reservoir Precinct.

Melbourne Water Corporation Seeks CCTV Intrusion Detection – Melbourne Water Corporation has released a slightly future tender seeking advanced CCTV and intrusion detection for the Greenvale Reservoir precinct.

Melbourne Water (MW) is a statutory corporation wholly owned by the Victorian Government and responsible for the provision of wholesale water supply and sewerage services to the retail water companies – Greater Western Water, South East Water and Yarra Valley Water. MW also manages the regional drainage services and waterways in the greater Melbourne area.

This tender offer seeks procurement of long-range outdoor CCTV technology for installation at 2 locations within the Greenvale Reservoir precinct. This is part of a broader initiative under the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018, in which MW will enhance security capabilities at Category 1 Drinking Water Reservoirs.

CCTV technology was chosen for Greenvale, as opposed to other available measures, due to privacy considerations, given its proximity to residential housing. While MW is currently investigating options, a power source solution for the CCTV installation has yet to be determined. Therefore, MW is open to considering an off-grid solar array and battery backup solution option, though this may not be necessary if a mains power solution can be secured.

MW requires the CCTV technology to have a number of key attributes, including threat detection and optic verification at a range greater than 1 kilometre, radar and thermal detection capabilities, system analytics for autonomous threat detection, alarm generation, and object tracking.

Additionally, a connectivity solution to MW’s contracted security partner will be required, as they will have control of the camera and provide ongoing monitoring of the live feed from this CCTV solution.

The release date for this Melbourne Water Corporation Seeks CCTV Intrusion Detection tender is July 24 – note that’s the release date, not the closing date. You can learn more here or read more SEN news here.

“Melbourne Water Corporation Seeks CCTV Intrusion Detection For Greenvale Reservoir Precinct.”

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