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Case study: Anvil Group
Anvil Group offers protection to some of the most prominent corporations around the globe and has developed the most innovative technology in their sector. Anvil Group are one of the most capable and most experience travel and operational risk management firms. Threat & Risk Intelligence Service (TRIS) is the definitive online system for global corporations who need to know about international incidents and global threats as they happen, to protect business operations and immediately alert corporate travellers. Developed in-house by their security and technical teams, this smart and secure business resilience tool gives you live rolling facts and regularly updated risk data from numerous sources, along with risk levels assigned to a particular country, city or area – all in one central resource.

Quad Vision has worked with Anvil Group since 2012 when they installed a 13 screen video and data surveillance system at their base in Christchurch in Dorset. Recently they have moved premises and required a complete upgrade of equipment for their brand new control room. The project also involved a purpose built frame to fit the new premises.

Anvil Group required a bank of nine 42” screens with the addition of 4 televisions angled to each side to be installed at their new offices on a bespoke angled wall within their control room. The required system allows the controllers total visual.

Six of the multiple screens are able to display information from multiple sources including internal servers, Google maps, various URLs. The lower three screens and side screens show TV channels.

Anvil Group required a custom designed and built frame system mounted to their internal and angled wall, 9 screens mounted flush to the wall surface with 4 TV screens angled at the side.

A mouse and keyboard interaction is available if a particular URL requires login. This enables a user to manage a mouse pointer and direct it to the relevant screen as required.