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7 March, 2006 - 17:48 By Staff Reporter

Tyco nets CCTV deal worth £15m

Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions’ Traffic and Transportation group of Cambridge has won a major Highways Agency order for enhanced CCTV coverage of UK motorways worth over £1.5 million.Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions’ Traffic and Transportation group of Cambridge has won a major Highways Agency order for enhanced CCTV coverage of UK motorways worth over £1.5 million.

The company has completed a digital upgrade to the surveillance system covering the section of motorway branded the ‘Birmingham Box’.

The system was installed to provide the West Midlands regional traffic control centre with a complete, real-time view of traffic flow cameras right around Birmingham’s motorway box including the M5, M6, M6(T), M40, M42, M50, M54 and A38(M).

Designed and installed by Tyco, the system replaces older analogue point-to-point video links between various control rooms with a completely digital dual-optical fibre network that allows high quality uncompressed digital audio to be transmitted in either direction round the ring along with voice, ethernet and other data communications.

• Our picture shows an upgraded motorway CCTV control room.

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