Singapore’s Republic Polytechnic is currently installing close to 1,000 Mobotix Network surveillance cameras at its new campus at Woodlands, adding to existing cameras relocated from its old campus.
The project, when completed, will provide network based video surveillance covering most areas of the new and larger 20 hectare campus, which caters for up to 13,000 students. Spiraltech of Singapore, will supply Germany’s Mobotix Megapixel network cameras. Models for installation include Mobotix M12, M22 and D12 dome cameras.
After a rigorous tender exercise late last year, the Mobotix solution was chosen for a few distinct factors. The Mobotix solution can provide a complete video and recording solution in megapixel resolution with no additional recording software required. Up to 40 cameras can store smooth video streams including audio on just a standard PC or network-attached storage (NAS) device.
Mobotix M12 and M22 cameras offer wide angle coverage of 90 degrees, while the D12 dual lens cameras feature built in multiple sensors including sound, temperature, video motion detection and digital IO. They also work on any SIP enabled device for IP telephony applications.
“A lot of effort has gone into the project since the installation at the old Tanglin campus, and it is very satisfying to know that the Mobotix solution has been chosen again for the new campus. As this is our largest deployment of megapixel network cameras in this region on a single site, it will be a good model for future projects involving megapixel network solutions in the Asia-Pacific region” said Michael Tan, Director of Spiraltech.
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