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Intelligent Security Integration – Maximum Output for Rapid Deployment CCTV
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Intelligent Security Integration – Maximum Output for Rapid Deployment CCTV

End-to-end solution provided by Intelligent Security Integration – maximum output for rapid deployment CCTV

Product Objective:

Designed specifically for rapid deployment and issue response, the mobile CCTV command centre is ideal for use in locations where standard, fixed CCTV has limited or no coverage or where the cost of permanent installation is prohibitive. The van-based command centre has the latest video surveillance and communications technology to create remote area CCTV that mimics a full commercial grade static installation.


The finished unit was unveiled at the Security Expo in Melbourne in July 2016 it received huge amounts of attention. As a result of the performance and versatility demonstrated, ISI was approached by a number of government departments, mining organisations and event companies.


The story of the mobile CCTV Command Centre started back in 2008 on a trip to the UK for ISI’s Managing Director, Steve Bell, where he saw mobile CCTV vehicles operating and as a technician saw the opportunity to bring the product to the Australian market and meet the needs of mobile and rapid deployment CCTV here.

Steve talks about how the development process happened: “We knew we needed a vehicle that anyone could drive so we chose the largest vehicle available on a regular drivers license. Once we had the suitable vehicle we set about kitting it out with the most reliable and state of the art camera equipment”

The main point of difference between this innovation and previous incarnations of mobile CCTV units is the inclusion of external cameras capable of streaming back to the vehicle. The ISI mobile CCTV Command Centre has eight roof-mounted HD cameras providing 360-degree visibility with either stationary or mobile recording capabilities. But in addition, there are eight rapidly deployed HD cameras with GPS, 4G and point-to-point transmission options and two-week battery life. Capable of operating on a secure, encrypted network with a 15km+ range from the vehicle. This can be further extended by the use of trailer mount CCTV solutions- also designed and built in house by ISI Aust.

A 12.5 aluminium telescopic mast comes as standard fitted with a pair of 180-degree fixed HD cameras and one long range IR PTZ camera, ideal for perimeter protection.

Providing additional support for operations are: seven HD crowd controller body cameras with live streaming capabilities, an IP 2-way PA systems an onboard UHF2 way radio system with multiple handsets; five outdoor PoE networked horn speakers to provide clear, long range remote communication to video surveillance applications.

Inside the MCCC is a full control room with two workstations and an observation area. Cameras are managed using Axis’ flexible Camera Station software, which includes video content analytics. Video streams are monitored on six 21-inch HD LCD monitors and a pair of 28-inch 4K LCD monitors.

There’s live streaming for event and incident management and a full onboard recording system for investigations. The unit has GPS tracking and remote viewing can be undertaken through the Eagle Eye Network cloud CMVR, as well as at the MCCC. The MCCC has a generator, giving it a standalone power source and there are mains capabilities and integrated battery backup with solar support, giving 24 hours of operation without mains or generator. 

Intelligent Security Integration custom builds mobile CCTV command centres, rapid deploy camera units and CCTV trailers for organisations looking for flexibility in their electronic security. We can tailor products for harsh environments, to withstand rugged conditions and sustained movement and vibration.

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