Konica Minolta’s Intelligent Video Solutions and 3600 cameras provide The Sweyne Park School with a surveillance system that evolves with its needs

London, UK, 16 March 2022

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd today announces that its Intelligent Video Solutions (IVS) and MOBOTIX c26 3600 cameras are protecting pupils, staff, and property at The Sweyne Park School in Rayleigh, Essex. The highly accurate and comprehensive 3600 vision capability has enabled the school to reduce a number of analogue cameras (and the associated costs and resources required to operate them), whilst also enhancing the quality to 4K resolution.   


The solution has also provided The Sweyne Park School with the flexibility to install the equipment themselves, without expensive third-party subcontractors. Dan Joslin, Network Manager at The Sweyne Park School commented, “It’s so easy to install that we can now fit and configure additional cameras within 20 minutes. The quality of the images returned are second to none, providing clarity that is above and beyond what our previous solution would provide. In addition to the 3600 viewing, the solution provides comfort that there won’t be any blackspots in viewing, providing 24/7 security for everyone within the school grounds.” 


The school is using the solution to survey the corridors, dining rooms and vulnerable areas. Konica Minolta’s IVS and cameras also deliver unrivalled levels of cyber security with powerful inbuilt and constantly up-to-date end-to-end cyber protection against hacker attacks – at no extra cost. This market-leading technology robustly protects the wider IT systems of the school, along with the paramount safety of pupils and staff. 


Producing exceptionally high-quality images, even in low light, the Konica Minolta interior cameras are mounted flush to the ceiling and utilise cloud-based technology. They also feature built in and highly secured and encrypted Digital Video Recording (DVR) management technology. A MicroSD card is fitted into the camera as backup storage which continues to capture video recordings should the external network connection or recording fail for any reason. Upon reconnection, the camera re-syncs the recordings with the central cloud-based storage.


Highly cost-effective and simple to scale to any network size, Konica Minolta IVS solutions make it easy to add more cameras and any required additional storage. No dedicated servers, recording or software licences are needed, saving time and money both upon the purchase of the system and during its lifetime. This low maintenance solution is perfect for any location, having been built to withstand all weather conditions and temperatures, without requiring any additional housing or protection.


Additionally, The IVS solution has the capability to use audio to broadcast messages, alerts, and pre-recorded files to support the management of the school. This will form part of the implementation of a programme of pre-recorded lockdown security drills, with audio files providing guidance for pupils around fire safety, crowd management, and general safety. 


Gary Fletcher-Moore, Head of Sales – Intelligent Video Solutions at Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd at Konica Minolta also commented, “Our solution is intelligent and can expand virtually without limits, ensuring long term investment and security for The Sweyne Park School. Software updates are available via a free download, ensuring the solution can be updated and enhanced as the requirements of the school and its daily operations evolve, making this a fully future-proof solution.”


For more details on The Sweyne Park School please visit: www.sweynepark.com


For further details on Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd and its range of IVS and cameras please visit: www.konicaminolta.co.uk/en-gb/solutions/it-services/intelligent-video-solutions