2020 scoop major security systems deal with Nissan the international car manufacturer

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Aug 14
2006

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Surveillance specialists, 2020 Vision have secured a major contract with car manufacturer, Nissan to implement a CCTV system which will protect more than £22.5 million worth of vehicle stock at their North East site. 

The new CCTV system will monitor over 15,000 vehicles across the Washington-based 65-acre distribution site, which is Nissan’s biggest in the UK and 2020’s largest scale surveillance project for a manufacturing site to date.

Nissan’s security system has been replaced with 16 digital PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom) cameras, onto a fibre optic network. The intelligent cameras, capable of recognising people at over 100 metres, can detect when light levels fall and switch from colour to black and white to optimise night time vision. 

Peter Houlis, Managing Director at 2020 Vision said: “2020 have successfully installed advanced CCTV technology with enhanced definition to support such a large scale site and vehicle stock of extremely high value.

“We have achieved outstanding results since completing this challenging surveillance project and were ecstatic to win a contract with another major North East firm.” 

Steve Dunn, Distribution Site Engineer at Nissan said: “We are thrilled with the new security which is now in operation across the Washington site. It will enhance the safety of Nissan’s working environment free from any on-site incidents and intruders.” 

The CCTV was manufactured by Honeywell and will be operated by Nissan’s team of security staff. 

2020 Vision was established in 1992 and specialises in security systems such as CCTV, remote site monitoring, access control and concierge services. It has provided security in a diverse range of environments such as hospitals, casinos, Universities, sports stadia, government offices and a seabird island.

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