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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital CCTV

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital was faced with a life cycle change to their CCTV system and scheduled for updating. This included a migration from an analog to a digital platform, a control room refit & new design layout. The project delivery needed to be seamless due to the constraints of the control room being the main hub for all communications & 24/7 emergency responses for the security team to ensure patient care, visitor & staff safety.


NNUH installed 5 Flir analogue video encoders to integrate its existing 76 external PTZ, internal static cameras, intercom help points and barriers. A new hybrid analog/digital system was created, which is managed using the Flir Control Centre software. They also installed a state of the art control room work space for an effective incident planning area.


The Flir high-definition surveillance system easily and cost effectively integrates into the NNUH’s existing infrastructure, consuming less space and power. Encompassing Flir technology and the new control room resulted in the creation of an extremely friendly ergonomic shared workspace, lowered operational costs, enabling better patient control and higher quality service. Internal investigation time was reduced by 25%.