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Protecting people, places and assets: ATEC's contribution to the Natural History Museum's security and management systems

ATEC won its initial commission from the Natural History Museum in 2012. Following a review of its electronic security measures at the Museum's South Kensington and Tring locations, it was decided that investment was needed to improve the control and monitoring of disparate security systems and to improve perimeter intruder detection at both sites. 

It was determined that the South Kensington site would support a minimum of 200 cameras and the Tring site a minimum of 70 cameras, with a capacity for future expansion at both locations. 

ATEC also managed the comprehensive design and installation of a new control room at the South Kensington site, which included a 6-screen monitor wall and operator desks that enable visibility throughout the museum.

22 October 2015/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (5230)/Comments (0)/

Beyond security: ATEC's contribution to Birmingham Airport's management systems

ATEC is a security partner to Birmingham Airport. However, the terms security systems designer, integrator or installer don't account for the far reaching business and operational benefits that have resulted from the projects delivered. 

22 October 2015/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (5389)/Comments (0)/

Atec Security: Specifying and installing a resilient point to point wireless network to manage Northamptonshire Highways

BSIA member company, Atec Security, was commissioned by Northamptonshire County Council, working with their highway and transport provider KierWSP, to replace the existing legacy system of traffic monitoring cameras with a wireless alternative. This would likely replace the need of more than 70 communication lines, which suggested the potential to translate into significant savings.  

22 October 2015/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (4997)/Comments (0)/

Atec Security: Helping Ansty Park to protect its brand with security that delivers

Ansty Park, Coventry, is promoted as the UK's new home for technology and innovation. Tenants were becoming concerned at the increasing levels of anti-social behaviour, nuisance and vandalism which was posing as a potential threat to the progressive image of the development. BSIA member company, ATEC Security, installed a CCTV system to monitor the estate along with an ANPR camera system that records the number plates of all site vehicles, 24 hours a day.   

21 October 2015/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (5053)/Comments (0)/

Integrated Visual Protection choose Bold Gemini for monitoring platform

Bold Gemini and Integrated Visual Protection

The monitoring sector is no stranger to technical innovation with new security solutions
continuously appearing on the scene. The challenge, not just for alarm receiving centres, but
for all control rooms, is how to provide users with a reliable and efficient monitoring service
in the context of a constantly evolving security product sector.
13 October 2015/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (5487)/Comments (0)/