The project has been carried out as part of the cooperation between the city government, Teleste and Point IT Consulting Co. Ltd. The wealth of experience and capabilities of our local Partner, Point IT Consulting Co. Ltd, has delivered a solution from a ‘one stop shop’ that has greatly improved the efficiency of the city government’s capabilities to carry out their duty of care.
- To bring the entire Pattaya City center and traffic under 24-hour surveillance.
- To build a stable, resilient and flexible CCTV platform that can be used by the Pattaya City Hall control room.
- To acquire a tool for prevention and detection.
- To guarantee system scalability and flexibility in the future by using open standards technology.
- Point IT Consulting were responsible for specifying, designing, and installing the system. They will also act as local responders for rectification and maintenance.
- The Teleste equipment was delivered through Thai partner company Point IT Consulting.
The system is utilized to monitor the City of Pattaya designated areas, such as:
- Hazardous areas:
- Pubs, bars, nightclubs and tourist event locations
- Public car parks
- Jewelry shops
Transportation nodes (land & sea):
- Street intersections, no parking zones
- Criminal ‘rat runs’ (evasion routes)
- Accident ‘black spots’
- Drug dealing
- The Teleste video management system is also used as a data source for the SCAT Traffic Management System.
- The system supplies services for:
- Receives and verifies information
- Contacts relevant response units
- Hosts virtual meeting for briefings
- The general public
- Volunteers – crime watch
- Police Informants
- News reports
- Public relations
- Event promotion
- The CCTV solution is designed to utilize both Teleste’s VMX video management products and its MPX edge devices.
- The system has one control room based in Pattaya City Hall.
- As of today, the Pattaya CCTV system contains approximately 800 cameras.
- 2013 saw construction initiated of the S-VMX islands system, which is being connected to the main system during 2014.