A Uniview video surveillance solution comprising 180 cameras, workstations and management software has been installed by integrator Electrical & Fire Services through 6 Sydney apartment buildings managed by EON Apartments.https://securityelectronicsandnetworks.com/articles/2019/05/20/case-study-eon-apartments-installs-uniview/
While the popularity of consumer drones continues to increase, it has posed potential safety and security challenges for areas such as airports, prisons, nuclear power plants, and various government facilities and infrastructure. Traditional protections in these locations may not be able to adequately detect and monitor UAVs to prevent consequential incidents. AeroScope is able to identify the vast majority of popular drones on the market today by monitoring and analyzing their electronic signals to gain critical information, allowing users to protect the integrity of their flight-sensitive environment.
CASA has begun using drone detection systems supplied by CRK Surveillance to monitor and control drones and enforce regulations.
by Benjamin Adams | 9news.com.au | May 8, 2019, 10:54am AEDT
Police have offered a $50,000 reward to help catch Melbourne’s infamous “boulie tacker”. Since 2014, investigators have angled to catch an elusive culprit who has deliberately scattered tacks along bike paths and roads in Kew.
CRK Surveillance provided the CCTV technology being used in this operation.
by John Adams | Security Electronics & Networks | September 13, 2018, 3:56pm AEDT
JOHNSON Controls International has been awarded the head end upgrade contract by Crown Casino for Crown Melbourne and Crown Sydney, currently under construction at Barangaroo.
The upgrade across 2 sites will include Dallmeier SeMSy management software, as well as hardware able to support around 7000 channels of IP video.
C.R.Kennedy & Company is the largest provider of surveillance systems in the Australian casino market, as well as the distributor for Dallmeier in Australia, and worked with Johnson Controls and all the stakeholders at Crown in delivering the winning solution.
With 510,000 square metres of gaming floor, Crown Casino is Australia’s largest casino, the largest casino in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the largest casinos in the world.
The complex also hosts 4 hotels, Crown Towers, Crown Promenade, and Crown Metropol, with a fourth hotel approved for construction and expected to commence in 2018.
by John Adams | Security Electronics & Networks | October 5, 2018, 1.31am AEDT
CROWN Casino selects Dallmeier as primary CCTV solution for its Crown Melbourne and Crown Sydney Casinos.
“Dallmeier is proudly distributed by C.R. Kennedy & Company Pty Ltd, an 84-year-old Australian company with offices throughout Australia and a joint venture operation in Macau, which has an 80 per cent Macau casino market share,” said C. R. Kennedy’s Phil Viggiano.
“Dallmeier has over 20 years’ experience in the Casino market, being first started at Crown Melbourne and now in use by major casinos of the world,” Viggiano said.
“Dallmeier’s massive operation in Regensburg Germany ensures the application of the latest CCTV technologies for the extremely demanding conditions experienced in casino applications.”