Conway UK News

Conway Security Products partners with Hikvision Digital Technology

Conway's partnership helps integrators and end-users to benefit from Hikvision's product range UK CCTV manufacturer Conway Security Products are delighted to announce that they have become a Value-Added Solution Partner (VASP) of Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd. The new agreement formalises a relationship that Conway and Hikvision have been growing for over two years and gives both companies new and exciting opportunities in what is one of the most technically-challengi...

Conway’s CM230IR and CM230IR-EX deployed at a high-security correctional facility in New South Wales

UK-based manufacturer Conway Security Products have supplied a large number of their custodial corner-mounted cameras as part of a refurbishment and updating project at a high-security correctional facility in New South Wales. The project called for Conway’s CM230IR, the standard corner-mounted camera, plus the external CM230IR-EX which has been fitted in the individual exercise yards attached to each high-security cell. Both the CM230IR and CM230IR-EX feature a day/night camera with a w...

CCTV community supports charity golf day at Weston Turville Course

  The CCTV community raised funds for the Parasol and Mencap projects at a charity golf day held at Weston Turville Course  An annual golf day held at the Weston Turville Course near Aylesbury and supported by the CCTV community raised £2,000 for the Parasol Project and Mencap. The Parasol Project is an Oxford-based charity committed to redressing the balance for disabled and disadvantaged young people experiencing or at risk of social exclusion. Mencap National College, Luf...

Conway supplies its vandal-resistant wall-mounted camera housings to the Dutch railway network

  The Conway housings and Bosch cameras are being used for monitoring of passenger flow and volume Conway Security Products are supplying their vandal-resistant ceiling and wall-mounted camera housings to the Dutch railway network, Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS), for use at underground and overland stations across large areas of Holland. Stations already fitted with the equipment include hubs such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven and Breda. Conway's units were specified an...

Security industry professional, Chris Newman, shows his benevolent side by participating in charity cycle ride

Chris is part of a team of six with many of the group working in CCTV, building management or related sectorsConway Security Products' Managing Director Chris Newman has set off on a 240-mile charity cycle ride from Naphill in Bucks to Broad Haven on the western tip of Wales.Chris is part of a team of six with many of the group working in CCTV, building management or related sectors. James Campanini is the M.D. of Cisco WebEx while Matthew Piercy is an executive with the cloud computing company...

Conway offers new insights into Pan & Tilt cameras

 Conway has been producing pan and tilts longer than any other current UK provider UK-based CCTV manufacturer Conway Security Products has updated its flagship pan and tilt to include features that facilitate the unit being supplied for installation directly onto legacy systems.Pan and tilts have a heritage going back to the 1970s and remains a cornerstone of applications where limited lens options mean domes cannot always provide suitable images. Locations such as prison perimeters, motorw...

Corner-mounted camera for custodial applications from Techniche

 Techniche have recognised thepotential of corner-mounted camerasSydney-based CCTV integrator Techniche Security & Surveillance has introduced a corner-mounted camera in response to the increasing necessity of reducing self-harm in Australian prisons.  While safe or "Muirhead" cells have been designed to eliminate potential hanging points from light fittings and plumbing, the need to check for possible suicide attempts on CCTV also requires cameras where ligature points h...

CCTV camera unit from Conway Security Products chosen for UK police station custody suites

 Conway's CM230IR corner-mounted CCTV camera unit is used in custody suites at police stations A UK police force is using corner-mounted camera units from Conway Security Products as part of rolling refurbishments to create dedicated custody suites at police stations.Conway's CM230IR security CCTV camera unit was chosen as the best solution for an environment with unusual and challenging customer needs. The police force concerned insists on high levels of resilience, res...

Conway hosts a golf day to support a children's charity

A charity day hosted by Conway Security Products at the Weston Turville Golf Course near Aylesbury raised £4,000 for the John Watson School in Wheatley, Oxfordshire.  In its seventh year now, the day has raised a total of £20,000.  The John Watson School is a facility for children with learning difficulties aged 2 - 16.  It is committed to offering children opportunities to integrate educationally and socially in the mainstream schools of Wheatley.  Whenever stude...

CCTV housings at King's Dock

Kings Waterfront is a £142m development on the banks of the River Mersey which will transform King's Dock into the Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre.  The project will feature a 10,000 capacity performance area and exhibition resources to rival the NEC and ExCel.  It is expected that the venue will host events from rock concerts to trade shows, children's entertainment to international sport including tennis, boxing and gymnastics.  Supporting the complex is a 1,600-spac...

CCTV application on M1 motorway

Pan and tilts and camera housings from Conway Security have been installed on the £1.5bn Oresund bridge link between Sweden and Denmark, the £420m Dublin Port Tunnel and a £200m highway in China, which will stretch as far as Inner Mongolia. Now, closer to home, the same combination of units is being used as part of major roadworks on the UK's oldest motorway, the M1, in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.  Reflecting on this range of projects, Chris Newman of Conway, said: &qu...

CCTV application in Thame

The historic market town of Thame in Oxfordshire recently implemented a new CCTV system throughout its centre.  Thame is home to twelve thousand residents including legendary Bee Gee Robin Gibb.  Curtailing Saturday Night Fever will be one of the primary objectives of the system.The Titan Heritage units are ideally suited to such an installation where the brief of the customer demanded aesthetic integration and compatibility with existing transmission and video management systems. ...