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City of Sydney

City of Sydney1ECS first commenced servicing City of Sydney in 2006 as it undertook a major CCTV upgrade during the same period. ECS's scope of works included a complete upgrade of the city street safety camera system which included the complete design, construction, fit out and set up of a new state of the art control room, security gate house, boardroom and purpose built data centre with satellite monitoring points at the NSW Police Central Command Centre, Sydney City Police Station and Kings Cross Police Station.

There are over 100 Street Safe cameras and approximately 450 Cameras throughout the relevant properties.

ECS further undertook the replacement and upgrade of all the City of Sydney facilities access control and security systems changing over to the Gallagher (formally known as Cardax) platform for all the larger sites and Concept 4000 for all the smaller sites.

The Gallagher solution consists of over 200 hundred doors and several hundred-alarm inputs across a wide area network covering numerous buildings throughout the Sydney CBD. The Gallagher solution is capable of managing the CCTV system through high-level interfaces to both the Pelco and the Geutebrück CCTV systems providing the site with a comprehensive and technologically advanced state of the art integrated video management solution.

ECS has maintained the City of Sydney through a comprehensive maintenance agreement extending three consecutive terms commencing in 2006 and is still continuing today.

ECS was further awarded new projects to upgrade the entire digital video recording solution and expansion of additional cameras to assist in combating the “one punch” attacks increasing across the City.

ECS provides prompt service to all areas with a full audit trail of all calls being logged. ECS proudly meets or exceeds our contracted KPI’s exceeding the client’s expectations on many occasions.

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