Local company secures CCTV contract
Local company Hall Alarms has been awarded the tender to instal a new closed circuit television (CCTV) system in Thurles town centre. The green light has been given to the installation of the system by Pobal.
Chief executive of Hall Alarms, Eleanor Lahart, welcomed the news saying that it is a substantial award for the company.
“It shows that local companies who invest in expertise, quality equipment and provide value for money, can compete against national companies who would normally be awarded these tenders,” she said.
The system includes ten pan, tilt and zoom cameras, with the capability to cover large areas and the facility to zoom in for finer detail. The system is based on advanced wireless technology, with it’s own private secure network. It will be one of the countries most advanced, state of the art town CCTV systems. The entire system will be designed, installed and maintained by three Tipperary companies, Hall Alarms based in Clonmel, Future Security in Nenagh and Sentry Digital Solutions, also based in Nenagh. The installation will take approximately three months.
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