Aquatic centre cured with CCTV

 

SAVVY Gold Coast security company C-Cure Systems has landed a State Government tender to install and service a cutting edge digital surveillance system at Brisbane’s Chandler Aquatic Centre.
Managing director Francis Populin says the ‘pick-a-point’ technology will allow the user to garb an image from anywhere in the pool arena from one of the allocated security stations.
“The technology we are replacing is dated and the State Government thought it was time to upgrade,’ says Populin.
The company also provides corporate and commercial surveillance security services to clients including, 50 Cavil Ave, Brisbane City Council and Gold Coast Airport.
“With a new stagey for 2009, C-cure plan to become better recognised within the local Gold Coast business community particularly among the growing Robina and Varsity corporate areas,” says Populin.
“We are proud of our client data base, which includes iconic organisations such as the Gold Coast Airport. We have been with the airport from the early days and now provide them with a complete security and access control operating system and comprehensive maintenance.”
C-Cure Systems provides high-end technical security, CCTV and access control system services to various commercial and corporate organisations and is the only dedicated commercial grade security company to have an office dedicated to the Gold Coast.
“We have been in operation for more than 10 years and are still an independently owned and operated company based on the Gold Coast. We see ourselves as the innovative alternative to the traditional larger companies that serve the same market place we do,” adds Populin.
“We have had the same core group for many years and if one site or manager wants a particular technician, then that technician gets on a plane and deals direct with the client. It been one aspect that we believe has contributed to our strong growth and success.”

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