Eastern Voice and Data – East Anglia’s CCTV systems design and management experts.
We take away the hassle and responsibility from the client and replace it with peace of mind that the project will be delivered on time and within budget.
We have been designing and installing CCTV networks in a range of environments from schools and small offices to large industrial premises Since 1996.
Our installation teams are highly qualified, skilled and experienced engineers who are all CRB and ECS accredited. In many cases we can install a CCTV network while day-to-day operations continue, reducing unnecessary disruption to your organisation’s operations.
Our solutions range from a few cameras in a small office environment, through to major project tenders for networked installations in business parks, warehouses and office blocks. Our CCTV installation services are carried out throughout the UK from our base in East Anglia.
Remote access: Real time images can be viewed through a secure password protected firewall using a PC, Tablet (iPad/Android) or Smart Phone (iPhone/Android). Remote training and support can also be performed.
Wireless: WiFi enabled cameras remove the requirement for expensive cabling.
Digital Video Recorder: Motion detector, face recognition features enable very economical use of the picture storage capacity of DVR’s vastly increasing the mean time between over writing or backup.
Eastern Voice and Data are suppliers of Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet extensive range of open platform CCTV cameras that incorporate specialist analytics software suitable for small to enterprise solutions.
An excellent example of Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet IP video surveillance technology being put to good use in a healthcare environment can be seen within the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation.
Creating a safe environment for patients, staff and visitors is a constant challenge throughout the National Health Service (NHS) and particularly so within mental health facilities. With this in mind, 19 mental health units located throughout the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust have been equipped with IP network based video surveillance systems in order to unobtrusively monitor patient activity.