2020 Vision doesn’t waste opportunity – Wakefield Council

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Mar 7
2010

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North East based CCTV systems integrator 2020 Vision Systems doesn’t waste the opportunity of securing yet another contract for Wakefield Metropolitan District Council.

2020 Vision Systems Ltd has been awarded the contract to upgrade the CCTV systems at seven Waste Disposal and Recycling Centres for Wakefield Metropolitan District Council Waste Services.

 A whole raft of regulations cover the disposal and recycling of waste and the Council recognize their duty of care in respect of environmental and health and safety legislation. As an aid to managing these requirements they have invested in upgrading the CCTV systems across these sites, which in the past have experienced a number of problems relating to theft. The work involves the installation of fully functional PTZ dome cameras with public address facility linked back to digital recording equipment at each site. In addition, the Waste Centre cameras will be remotely controlled and viewed from Wakefield Metropolitan District Council’s CCTV control room, enabling staff to proactively monitor them.

 Peter Houlis Managing Director of 2020Vision said “although CCTV is used primarily in a security role, more and more it is used as a management tool providing real time visual information to monitor a wide range of issues.”

2020 Vision was established in the North East 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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