Godiva Festival, which took place at Coventry's War Memorial Park and featured live performances from some of the UK's best know acts including Scouting for Girls, the Charlatans, Space and The Boomtown Rats, attracted over 148,000 visitors over the weekend of July 2-3 2016 bringing a range of safety and management challenges for organisers.
The WCCTV 4G Mini Dome is a rapidly deployable CCTV system that can be used on temporary basis to provide live, remote access video on for short-term or temporary applications.
The cameras require nothing other than a power supply, with all video transmission facilitated via the mobile phone network (4G with automatic fall back), meaning they are an ideal plug and play CCTV system.
The festival organisers were able to loan the cameras from Coventry City Council from their existing fleet, meaning security for the event could be provided quickly and conveniently.
WCCTV Cameras keep the crowds safe at Godiva Festival 2016
WCCTVs redeployable CCTV systems are ideal as temporary security systems for major public events, offering a solution for public safety, traffic management and information gathering.
Previous events secured by WCCTV's systems include the London Olympics, Glasgow Commonwealth Games, The Tour De France and major demonstrations, rallies and music festivals across the UK and beyond.
The systems provide remote access to live and recorded images which can be viewed in an existing or temporary CCTV control room, while remote operatives can also have access to the video streams via mobile devices (iPad, iPhone and laptop).
For more information visit http://www.wcctv.co.uk/events-temporary-cctv