SeSys we have broadened their range of ATEX Cameras with the introduction of Stainless Steel Camera units.
When Wessex Water wanted to install a camera in their new Bristol storm drain they turned to SeSys for a solution. "We had experience working with SeSys and IP cameras from other projects and it was felt that the technology would be useful especially during the commissioning phase," explains Dave Mining of Wessex Water.
A SeSys Torch Camera was deployed by Howards to record a time lapse of a school being built by Skanska.
"We had previously used specially modified digital still cameras which provide excellent quality but required specialty housings to keep them environmentally safe," explains Mark Howard, MD of Howards, "The images also needed to be extracted from the cameras at a regular interval which is a significant task considering that many of these cameras and sites are in pretty distant or inaccessible places."
Howard had looked at using CCTV equipment in the past but had been put off by the lack of quality and suitability to the task, "It was only when we discovered SeSys and Mobotix cameras that we at last found a good compromise between quality and reliability; we finally had a viable alternative," he explains.
A SeSys Torch Camera was been deployed to monitor Portsmouth City Council's recycling centre to help protect a remote site where valuable metals are stored.
Soon after the installation a site manager was looking at the camera, which is accessed through the internet using 3G wireless technology, and saw two intruders at the site. The Police were alerted and responded where they apprehended two men.
"Due to high value metals on site we take security very seriously. Installing CCTV has been essential in ensuring the site remains safe and secure and hopefully continue to reduce instances of theft and vandalism." Comments Paul Fielding, Assitant Head of Service - Portsmouth City Council.
A SeSys Camera solution has been selected to record the construction of £74 million upgrade of a United Utilities waste water treatment works.
The plant, which is one of the UK's largest, will be able to generate increased electricity from biogas generated by the new process. To document this process Black & Veatch, the Principle Contractor, selected SeSys to provide a wireless network and multiple high resolution cameras linked to a recording and monitoring solution.
"We selected SeSys based on our work with them on previous projects where they have always delivered quality equipment with the highest levels of professionalism and a good understanding of our organisational requirements." Comments Ian Barker, Chief Engineer - Electrical for Black & Veatch.
The camera system allows staff to view the site remotely, reducing United Utilities carbon footprint by reducing journeys to site. The cameras will also create a detailed record of the two year construction project to be retained for future reference as a time lapse video.
SeSys have been selected by Southern Water to deploy an innovative CCTV solution to provide visual verification for its drinking water sampling procedures at up to 100 sites across Southern England. The new visual assurance system goes beyond the Drinking Water Quality Inspectorate guidelines and is part of an ongoing commitment by Southern Water to ensure safe and clean water supply to over 1 million households across Southern England.
"The project with Southern Water is a great example of CCTV as a health and safety asset and cost saver" explains Dan Eames, Technical and Projects Manager. "Water sampling is vitally important to Southern Water and must be 100% reliable. With visual verification, Southern Water can confirm when and how the sample collection was conducted, providing a valuable audit record and the opportunity to reinforce good practice and training."
Timothy Roe Fine Jewellery uses SeSys CCTV solution to protect premesis and staff with remote monitoring capability to ensure safety of emergency services to alarm call outs.
The NFU has installed state-of-the-art spy cameras to monitor its new office base in Petersfield, Hampshire. The NFU South East office at Rotherbrook Court is being watched over by CCTV cameras provided by neighbouring firm, SeSys, which specialises in security for remote sites.