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

Author: Matthew Grimley/22 October 2015/Categories: Case Studies, Video Surveillance Systems (CCTV)

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.

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