Government facilities such as legislatures, city halls and courtrooms perform a wide range of functions. They are used for hosting summit meetings, holding conferences and debates, parliamentary voting, and many other purposes. These facilities have demanding communication requirements such as state-of-the-art sound quality and simultaneous interpreting systems. At the same time, they must ensure the security and safety of participants, employees, and visitors. Government buildings therefore face daunting security, safety and communication challenges:
Providing state-of-the art conferencing systems
Managing a wide variety of different access authorizations for high-security areas
Detecting intrusion, sabotage, and malicious attacks
Dealing with fire and explosions
Providing video surveillance of all activities
Evacuating people quickly and efficiently when required
Solutions from Bosch Security Systems help government facilities to master these security, safety, and communication challenges.
Alabama Department of Natural Resources, United States
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Marine Resources Division is responsible for securing the more than 750 square miles of water that make up Mobile Bay as well as 11,000 square miles in the Gulf of Mexico. With less than 20 officers on patrol, the department required surveillance video of important areas throughout the Bay.
The City of Surrey required a purpose-built vehicle for use in emergencies, at crime scenes, fire sites and at public-facing events. Video capabilities are necessary to provide overhead surveillance of local areas when the command post is in use. The mobile command post features a ruggedized pan-tiltz-zoom camera that provides exceptional video clarity.