The Edmund Rice College is an independent Catholic high school for boys located in the the south-west of Sydney. The school’s current 1980s analogue security system was only semi-operational and not up to the essential task of protecting these assets. Therefore a modern alarm system was fitted in the Sports Hall and MOBOTIX cameras were installed around the outside and inside of the building. A combination of M15s and D15 easily protected the exterior of the building and only a single i25 was needed to cover the entire sports hall arena. Positive results were seen quite soon afterwards, with the access reliable footage acting to reduce incidences of bullying and fighting.
Edmund Rice College can now look to the future with reassurance, knowing that they have a scalable, flexible security system built to last. They already have expanded the alarm system by the installation of cameras in the newly refurbished library. MOBOTIX decentralized technology made installation simple, with no new cabling nor additional infrastructure required and MOBOTIX hemispheric technology meant fewer cameras cover larger areas.