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Bosch installs integrated video surveillance system in the borough of Runnymede near London

Located one hour outside of London, the borough of Runnymede is a local government district with over 80,000 residents in the county of Surrey. It is one of the most prosperous parts of the London commuter belt and home to some of the UK’s most expensive real estate. In order to enhance public safety, the borough council contracted service provider Safer Runnymede. Working with Nottinghamshire-based systems integrator Central Security Systems, the experts installed a platform combining pub...

Bosch helps Runnymede Borough Council battle crime with digital technology solution

Bosch CCTV IP network installed in Runnymede to help combat crimeAlmost 800 years ago, the granting of ‘Magna Carta' at Runnymede, a meadow near Windsor Castle, laid the foundations of modern law, parliamentary democracy and individual freedom. Today, Runnymede Borough Council is again in the forefront of the battle for the rule of law - slashing crime rates thanks to digital technology from Bosch Security Systems. In Runnymede, UK, a district located a few miles West of London; the m...

Controlware provides CCTV digital recording solution for Runnymede Borough Council

  The control room is a complex multi function roomLeading IP CCTV specialists Controlware Communications Systems has provided the recording system for an advanced IP CCTV surveillance solution at Runnymede Borough Council.Working with installation partners Central Security Systems (CSS) Ltd and software manufacturers Meyertech the integrated CCTV solution helps reduce the threat of crime and improves safety, enabling residents and visitors to feel more secure.His Royal Highness The Du...

Bosch IP wireless solution proves winning formula in protecting local borough

Wireless IP technology from Bosch Security Systems (BSS) installed by Central Security Systems (CSS), a leading specialist in local authority CCTV solutions, is proving a winning combination for Gedling Borough Council in protecting local residents from petty and serious crime as part of a much wider crime and disorder partnership initiative.Four town centres - Arnold, Mapperley, Carlton and Netherfield - will be making maximum use of some of the latest camera, encoder, recording and video manag...