These projects have been using VIVOTEK Cameras exclusively; as specified by SA Health after an exhaustive review process.
Our very own Mike Richardson has played an integral role in the development and roll-out of these projects, working closely with the integrator.
This project is so significant to the Australian CCTV and the Aged Care industries, ABC News have published an article (read the full article).
The article goes on to state:
“After years of delays, an Australian-first trial of CCTV cameras inside the rooms of aged care residents has finally started.”
“The cameras have been switched on at the Mount Pleasant District Hospital’s aged care home in the Adelaide Hills.
Adelaide’s Northgate House is also involved in the trial.”
“The CCTV technology being used will detect excessive noise and movement, triggering an alert to a reviewer who can instantly check the footage to see if an incident has occurred.
Only residents and families who have provided consent will take part in the trial.”
South Australian Health Minister Stephen Wade said the delay in starting the 12-month trial came about so the “best possible product” could be tested.”
As quoted from ABC News Article By Rhett Burnie
Posted Friday 2 April 2021 at 12:21pm, updated Tuesday 6 April 2021 at 11:01am
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