Cortech Developments have provided an integrated software solution for Museum of London, one of the world’s largest history museums, as part of a large scale security project installed by Quadrant Security Group.
“The protection of the Museum collections and the safety of our staff and visitors are of paramount importance” said Steven Cox, Head of Facilities and Security for the Museum.
“We care for over two million objects in our collection, an outstanding resource that is both unique and extremely valuable”.
Cortech Developments, Datalog SMS, has revolutionised the way the Museum manage their security operations. The old disparate systems have now been replaced with a single operating routine for monitoring and controlling the Museum’s entire range of integrated CCTV and Intruder hardware.
Further enhancements have been made with the centralisation of the Museums’s security operation, resulting in significant cost and operational benefits. The main control room is situated at Museum of London and here events are monitored at two other remote sites; Museum of London Docklands and Museum of London Archaeology. The three separate locations bring together the collective work of Museum of London.
Steven Cox added “We have invested in a high security solution that is driven by Cortech’s software enabling us to simplify our operating processes. Using a combination of people and technology we are able to maximise response time for alarms and deploy resources within seconds”.