Friday, March 19th, 2010 - ETCorp
Willetton WA – ETCorp’s GPAC System™ picked up two awards in this year’s WAITTA (Western Australian Information Technology and Telecommunications Awards) at a ceremony held at Burswood. The awards in the Infrastructure and Telecommunications categories recognise the diverse applications of the GPAC System™ in areas including community crime and covert surveillance.

The Infrastructure award was presented to the City of Belmont in recognition of the City’s use of the GPAC System™ to take an innovative approach to the problem of community safety. Collecting the award Mayor of Belmont, Glenys Godfrey, explained the benefits the GPAC System™ has brought to Belmont. “This new infrastructure solution has enabled the City to lead the way in establishing a partnership with local businesses, the community and police; helping all parties to work together to reduce crime. This pioneering approach has already generated real results, saving both time and money.”

ETCorp was also awarded first place in the Telecommunications category for the innovative use of the GPAC System™ in covert surveillance operations to capture footage of theft and vandalism as part of the Housing Industry Association “Name and Shame” campaign.

Martin Cebis, CEO of ETCorp explained the significance of the awards “We are showing that by connecting and putting to work devices for people that IT can tackle society’s problems in and more effective ways. It is fantastic for us and the City of Belmont to be recognised as a leaders by our peers as the WA ITT Awards have done and we are humbled by it.”

More than 300 guests attended the awards ceremony to honour the achievements of the finalists and celebrate the many accomplishments in the industry for the past year. The quality of this year’s list of finalists was outstanding, with 42 nominees over the ten categories.

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ETCorp is a highly innovative developer of people centred monitoring systems for industrial, commercial, government and military applications. The company’s GPAC System™ is More Than Video™, enabling integration of multiple cameras, sensors and devices to deliver real time data sharing across multiple locations and stakeholders via a secure web browser. ETCorp operates internationally from offices in Australia, the USA and Europe
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The WAITTA have been conducted annually since 1991 by the WA Branch of the Australian Computer Society Inc. The purpose of the WAITTA is to recognise outstanding performance and contributions by members of the IT&T community in Western Australia. The awards highlight the strength WA has in contributing to this industry on a worldwide scale and the role this industry plays in the state’s economy.


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