Solving overt and covert operational challenges for over 10 years
With a background in providing secure IT & Communications infrastructures, Tellemachus has gained a deep understanding of the real operational challenges faced today by Police and Law Enforcement Agencies.
For over a decade, Tellemachus has worked together with Police and Law Enforcement Agencies throughout the UK and now abroad, to promote the use of IP technologies and techniques in a wide variety of ‘real life’ applications; applications where the use of these technologies and techniques can often reduce risk to Police personnel whilst increasing their productivity.
With a dislike for proprietary solutions coupled with a passion for the use of IP, Tellemachus now work together with over 70% of UK Law Enforcement organisations to design, deploy and support a wide range of innovative yet reliable as well as effective and cost effective solutions.
These end-to-end solutions include cameras and audio equipment, the secure transmission of live and recorded video and audio using a wide range of networks. The delivery of that video and audio to specially designed, secure networks where it can be managed, distributed, viewed, reviewed, recorded and then archived using tried and tested networking techniques, all in accordance with HOSDB and ACPO guidelines. Please contact us to arrange a meeting to discuss how we might assist your organisation.
UK Government Organisation Heightens Security of it's facility with Tellemachus & Avigilon HD Megapixel Surveillance System
This technically challenging project required the deployment of Award Winning High Definition Megapixel Surveillance Cameras inside the building to externally surveil every approach to the building delivering full facial and number plate recognition during daylight as well as night.
As part of their management and security of the G8 summit, Lothian & Borders Police, Scotland’s second largest force, needed to provide video and audio surveillance throughout the city; including areas where there was existing CCTV coverage as well as areas where there were no cameras or infrastructure.
The Safer Bristol Partnership was formed in 2003 to tackle crime, drugs and community safety issues within the Bristol area. Although they already had rapid deployment cameras in place; these failed to meet operational
challenges and support was an issue.