UXC Connect lands liquid natural gas project

Worth about $4.1 million

ASX-listed UXC Connect has landed a contract to provide converged IP surveillance and security for a major liquid natural gas project in Western Australia.

It is worth $4.1 million and UXC has already begun the rollout to the remote site which will house about 4300 construction workers.

Under the contract, UXC Connect will supply IP CCTV, public address and general alarm; and access control infrastructure being installed in external and internal areas throughout the campsite including cafeterias, laundries, communal areas and 14 other facilities.

The system will enable greater emergency response and ensure site managers are able to identify historical events of interest and provide indisputable evidence of activities using Panasonic high-definition cameras and Geutebruck video management systems.

According to UXC Connect CEO, Ian Poole, the contract highlights its investment in the West Australian office. “The growth we have seen in Western Australia and particularly in the mining oil, and gas sector has meant that we have been able to invest extensively in our WA team,” Poole said.

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