Teleste’s video surveillance solutions were selected to enforce the security operations related to G20 leaders summit in Queensland, November 2014.
Teleste, an international technology group specialised in broadband video and data communication systems and services, has announced a deployment of its video surveillance solutions to Australian Federal Police and Queensland State Police. The deployment includes hardware and software to enforce security operations related to G20 leader’s summit in Australia, 15-16 November 2014. The equipment will be delivered and integrated by Optical Solutions Australia.
The deployment of the solution is in progress, and based upon the Teleste VMX video management platform being used as an umbrella system for CCTV resources during the summit. The VMX platform will be used to interconnect in excess of 700 cameras, operating on a number of different video management platforms, sourced from more than 10 separate sites within the State of Queensland. The G20 summit will gather together the world’s top leaders and major governments, and providing adequate and appropriate security for the circumstances at the time is a major task for security authorities.
Teleste’s video surveillance solution are worldwide appreciated for fulfilling high technical requirements and providing uncompromising reliability. Teleste’s solution also makes it possible to efficiently integrate separate security systems and operate them under a single umbrella. Teleste also has a global track record of successfully deploying video surveillance systems with similar complexity to the G20 security system.
Teleste provides video surveillance applications, systems and services for security professionals in e.g. public sector, traffic and transportation, military and border control, industry, as well as police, fire and rescue service. Our segmented approach makes it possible to efficiently solve versatile customer challenges in demanding security segments. Teleste’s intelligent video management system fullfils the latest requirements and OCC standards for large scale systems integrations.