AusGrid cables Sydney’s CCTV project

Additional CCTV cameras will be installed in Sydney with fibre optic cables connecting the camera network. AusGrid is carrying out the installation of fibre optic cable and controls access to the underground pit and duct network the camera network uses. The City of Sydney made the $500000 investment following a federal government rejection of the […]

CCTV cameras get thumbs up from auditor general

In his report tabled in Parliament today, acting auditor general – Glen Clarke – found the use of closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) was having positive results but more could be done to fully benefit from the growing number of cameras across the state.   The audit examined the installation, management and use of CCTV […]

Electronic nose to bust graffiti vandals

At the Security 2011 Exhibition and Conference, electronic nose technology vendor – E-Nose – released graffit-e-nose Mk4, an aerosol spray fume detection device that integrates with CCTV / video surveillance.   The product will allow councils to detect graffiti vandals earlier and increases the number of arrests and convictions.   E-Nose (a spin-off of Australia’s […]

NT Police to increase CCTV presence

By Lilia Guan   NT Police are in the planning stages of expanding CCTV into smaller suburbs and filling blind spots in existing areas.   Shane Moten, system administrator at joint emergency services communications centre, NT Police, said CCTV has enabled them to provide another level of policing.   “The benefits are in incident detection […]


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