Redfish Technologies is a recognised leader in the design and implementation of specialised and integrated audio visual technology and digital recording systems for the justice market
Redfish Technologies is a proud support of local government. We are specialist consultancy group/supplier of CCTV systems and integrated audio visual technology for the local government sector.
Redfish Technologies has very specialist knowledge of interview and evidence capture systems. These solutions are tailored towards all aspect of law enforcement organisations.
Many of the parliamentary around Australia and further afield rely upon the extensive services from Redfish Technologies to support the production of the Hansard record.
Redfish Technologies has undertaken a number of exciting audio visual projects in our core markets, take a look at our case studies.
Evidential Recording Specialist & Audio Visual Solutions
CONSULTING | DESIGN | INSTALLATION.
Redfish Technologies is a specialist technology company focused on evidential recording systems, audio visuals solutions and CCTV designs. Our business is centred on creating innovative solutions for the long-term capture of the audio, visual and metadata. We concentrate in working with the justice, parliamentary, law enforcement and local government sectors. Our systems are based around these core items.
Redfish is now selling High Quality, Affordable, Thermal Imagers that are perfect for local government and law enforcement organisations. Local Government – Rangers, Facility Managers, Landfill Sites Emergency Services – Structural and Bush Fire Brigades Law Enforcement – Police & Security Patrols and Guards Maintenance Services – Electricians, Plumbers, Air Conditioning Find out more or …Read More
Wyrestorm has recognised Redfish Technologies with a commercial case study on our first installation of Wyrestorm award winning Network HD vision over IP solutions installed at the City of Bayswater. Read more about it in the link below http://www.wyrestorm.com/sites/default/files/bayswater_city_council_case_study2.pdfRead More