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Work is well underway installing our OneView integrated security solution at the Southern Queensland Correctional Precinct Stage 2.

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Saab Australia’s (Saab) OneViewTM was selected earlier this year as the integrated security solution for the Southern Queensland Correctional Precinct Stage 2 project.

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The high-security facility with over 1500 beds, delivered by Managing Contractor John Holland, with major construction works expected to be completed by the end of 2023, will see Saab’s locally designed, developed and supported OneView integration platform installed as the cornerstone of the facility’s physical security solution.

Saab Australia’s Managing Director, Andy Keough, said the project further affirmed OneView’s position as a leading choice for integrated security systems in Australia’s corrections market.

“OneView has already been successfully deployed in more than 50 sites across the nation, including 20 corrections and detention facilities. The adjacent 300-bed Southern Queensland Correctional Centre was the first to receive our locally designed and supported integrated security solution,” said Andy Keough, Saab Australia Managing Director.

“The entire precinct of over 1800 beds will benefit from the same seamless integrated physical security advantages through the effective management of a significant number of subsystems, including CCTV, intercoms, access control, and perimeter detection systems.

“Our system will provide maximum operational efficicency while minimising operational and safety risks, along with providing system redundancy and training efficiencies for control room staff.”

Saab’s OneView is designed, delivered and maintained by a highly skilled, Australian-based design, development and integration team consisting of nearly 100 solution architects, business analysts, engineers, security technicians, project managers and support staff.

OneView will fully integrate the numerous security subsystems and Queensland Corrective Services management systems to provide operators with enhanced situational awareness through a single interface.